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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, March 3, 2014

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Los Angeles Times: Spanish-language media pick up on Border Patrol use-of-force report
By Cindy Carcamo

Politico: Some Republicans reject Dem immigration tactic
By Seung Min Kim

NBC News: Immigration Activists to Hold Lenten Fasts
By Suzanne Gamboa

Washington Post (WonkBlog): Reforming the laws won’t be enough. Immigrants need financial help, too
By Lydia DePillis

The Hill: A ‘Second Great Wave’ of immigration?
By Alexander Bolton

Fox News Latino: Americans Soften Strict Views On Immigration If They Engage With Immigrants, Commuter Study Finds

Reuters: Anti-rape rules aim to protect immigrants in U.S. detention: DHS

Washington Post: As Hispanic population booms, immigration debate comes to key Republican’s Va. District
By Pamela Constable

Washington Post: Q&A with Rep. Robert Goodlatte (R-Va.)

The Hill: Waiting for Jeb
By Alexandra Jaffe

Politico: Marco Rubio aims for comeback with conservatives
By Manu Raju

Burnt Orange Report (Texas): Immigration Reform ‘Fast For Families Across America’ Bus Tour Coming To Texas
By Omar Araiza

WCPO Cincinnati (Ohio): Protesters to hold immigration rally outside John Boehner’s West Chester office
By Jesse Folk

Las Vegas Sun (Nevada): Immigration advocates go hungry to send message to Washington
By Tovin Lapan

Miami Herald (Florida): Miami immigrant rights group to host annual awards dinner with hopes for immigration reform
By Alfonso Chardy

The Journal-News (New York): New York’s GOP House members patient on immigration reform
By Brian Tumulty

KVUE (Texas): Pregnant woman sent to immigration detention center
By Angela Kocherga

Roll Call (Opinion): Americans Want Immigration Reform. Will House Republicans Act?
By Rep. Zoe Lofgren

Roll Call (Opinion): Making the American Dream Real With Immigration Policy
By Rep. Judy Chu

Washington Post (Volokh Conspiracy): Assessing immigration policy as if immigrants were people too
By Ilya Somin

National Journal: How John Boehner Is Playing Washington
By Tim Alberta

Moyers & Company (Blog): The GOP Won’t Pass Immigration Reform – and It Could Prove Disastrous
By Joshua Holland

San Antonio Express-News (Texas — Editorial): TEXAS VIEW: Gone in Congress: art of the possible

Salt Lake Tribune (Utah – Opinion): Op-ed: Costs of U.S. House dithering on immigration are too high
By Donna McAleer

Lincoln Journal Star (Nebraska – Opinion): Community columnist: The best pathway to immigration reform
By John Gage

Columbus Dispatch (Ohio – Opinion): Linda Chavez commentary: New conservative debate on immigration is a good sign
By Linda Chavez