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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, May 22, 2014

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Associated Press: Immigration Advocates Focus on Cantor
By Erica Werner

Politico: Eric Cantor stresses support for legalization measure
By Seung Min Kim

Fusion: Zuckerberg Doubles Down on Immigration Push With New Group
By Jordan Fabian

Latin Post: Facebook Creator Mark Zuckerberg to Create ‘Welcome.us’ Group to Showcase Immigrant Success Stories
By Robert C. Weich III

Associated Press: House GOP leaders block immigration votes

Politico: House GOP blocks immigration proposals
By Seung Min Kim

National Journal: The Latest Battleground for Immigration Reform Lies Within the Military
By Elahe Izadi

The Hill: Immigration measure not in defense bill debate
By Martin Matishak

Washington Post: Cantor clarifies position on one part of immigration debate
By Ed O’Keefe

The Hill: Cantor: Primary had no role in immigration call
By Mario Trujillo

Roll Call: Boehner: Obama’s New Mexico Monument Hurts Border Security
By Emma Dumain

Washington Times: Boehner: Obama move on N.M. monument could thwart immigration reform
By Stephen Dinan

Politico: John Boehner criticizes New Mexico monument
By Seung Min Kim

Associated Press: New national monument sparks border concerns

The Hill: Menendez: Time is running out for immigration reform
By Ramsey Cox

Associated Press: Napolitano: Focus on border backup, not more walls

Washington Post: The biggest winner in primaries: U.S. Chamber of Commerce
By Tom Hamburger

BuzzFeed: Chamber Of Commerce Helped Nominate Candidates That Disagree With Them On Immigration
By Kate Nocera

Huffington Post: Republican Argues Immigration Reform Debate Leads To Child Sex Trafficking
By Roque Planas

Al Jazeera America: With Congress Stymied, What Can The President Do On Immigration Reform?

Associated Press: Immigration Officials Wrong to Reject Citizenship
By Laura Wides-Munoz

New York Times: Man Who Thought He Was a Citizen Makes It Official
By Lizette Alvarez

Wall Street Journal: Kansas Immigration Hardliner Kobach Draws Challengers
By Laura Meckler and Mark Peters

Topeka Capital-Journal (Kansas): Lawrence Republican files to challenge ‘bully’ Kobach
By Andy Marso

Kansas City Star (Kansas): GOP’s Scott Morgan to take on Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach

Arizona Public Media (Arizona): South Tucson Police Change SB 1070 Enforcement Policy
By Andrea Kelly

Bloomberg View (Opinion): Will Hispanics Really Vote Republican?
By Francis Wilkinson

Washington Post (Monkey Cage): The Obama administration’s deportations could alienate Latinos
By John Sides

Fox News Latino (Opinion): Opinion: When It Comes To immigration Reform, GOP Insists On Being The Party Of ‘No We Won’t’
By David Leopold

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): Job-Stealing Immigrants?
By Jason L. Riley

U.S. News & World Report (Opinion): How the GOP Can Get Smart on Immigration
By Peter Roff

TIME (Opinion): American Competitiveness Can’t Wait for Immigration Reform
By Bill Richardson and Rosario Marin

Washington Post (Right Turn): The confident and interesting Jeb Bush
By Jennifer Rubin

New York Times (Opinion): Still a Nation of Immigrants
By Charles M. Blow

Gazette (Colorado – Editorial): EDITORIAL: Republican Party needs to solve its Tancredo problem

WBUR (Massachusetts – Opinion): Somerville’s Smart Immigration Move — And Why The Rest Of Mass. Should Follow
By Carol Rose and Laura Rótolo