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Must-Read News On Immigration Reform, March 27, 2015

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USA Today: Walker’s immigration stance under scrutiny
By Catalina Camia

AP: Gov. Scott Walker’s Immigration Stance at Center of Dispute

Washington Post: Scott Walker softens immigration stance, dinner participants say
By Robert Costa

Wall Street Journal: Scott Walker Shifts Stance on Immigration at Private Dinner
By Reid Epstein

Vox: Scott Walker isn’t lying on immigration. He just hopes GOP voters misunderstand him.
By Dara Lind

The Hill: Walker disputes account of immigration shift
By Jesse Byrnes

New York Times: Walker Denies Remarks Indicating Change in Immigration Stance
By Jason Horowitz and Patrick Healy

Politico: Hispanic biz leaders claim GOP 2016ers dodged key event
By James Hohmann

Bloomberg: Christie Tacks Right by Joining Republican Immigration Lawsuit
By Terrence Dopp

USA Today: Christie joins court fight vs. Obama immigration plan
By Bob Jordan

Washington Times: Stein lauds Santorum’s strict immigration stance
By Kellan Howell

Huffington Post: New York Dreamers Begin Hunger Strike As State Budget Deadline Looms
By Roque Planas

New York Times: Hunger Strike for Dream Act

Washington Post (The Fix): Where America’s undocumented immigrants work
By Philip Bump

Washington Post: Majority of undocumented immigrants work in low-skill jobs, report finds
By Pamela Constable

New York Times: Harry Reid Says He Won’t Seek Re-Election
By Carl Hulse

The Hill: Dems grease skids for Obama’s immigration programs
By Mike Lillis

Huffington Post: Tension Brews Between ICE And Immigration Advocates Over Deportation Policies
By Elise Foley

The Week: How immigration reform would affect small businesses
By Laura Colarusso

Washington Times: Latinos say deportation a top concern
By Stephen Dinan

NBC News: Marcos Ronquillo Wants to Be Dallas’ First Latino Mayor
By Suzanne Gamboa

NJ.Com (New Jersey): North Bergen hosting ‘first-ever’ free immigration clinic Saturday
By Laura Herzog

CBS2 (New York): Immigrant Students Begin Hunger Strike For NY Dream Act

Connecticut Mirror (Connecticut): GOP lawmakers: Open $100 million financial aid pot to undocumented students
By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): A Third Way Plan for Immigration: More and Less
By Llewellyn King

Washington Post (Right Turn): Bush and Walker start to sharpen their messages
By Jennifer Rubin

Iowa City Press-Citizen (Editorial-Iowa): When a pastor is deported, immigration laws hit home