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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, November 26, 2013

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MSNBC: A heckler yelled at Obama. Here’s what happened next
By Benjy Sarlin

CNN: 4 ways immigration reform still could happen — or not
By Leigh Ann Caldwell

Christian Science Monitor: Obama tells heckler he can’t halt deportations unilaterally. Is that true?
By Linda Feldman

Associated Press: Obama Invokes Thanksgiving Spirit on Immigration
By Jim Kuhnhenn

USA Today: Obama willing to split up immigration bill
By David Jackson

New York Times: Obama Calls for Quick Action on Immigration, and So Does a Heckler
By Sarah Wheaton

Washington Post: Obama responds to heckler on immigration reform: It won’t be as easy as shouting
By Philip Rucker

Los Angeles Times: Obama tells heckler he won’t bypass Congress to stop deportations
By Christi Parsons

Politico: Heckler ‘disappointed’ by President Obama
By Jose DelReal

Politico: Immigration advocates’ last-ditch pitch
By Edward-Isaac Dovere

Reuters: In California, a vision of Republicans’ challenge on immigration
By John Whitesides

St. Louis Beacon (Missouri): Local immigrants call on U.S. House to pass immigration bill
By Jo Mannies

AL.com (Alabama): Much of Alabama’s far-reaching immigration law permanently blocked in final settlement of lawsuits
By Brian Lawson

Washington Post (Opinion): N.J. Gov. Chris Christie practices GOP balancing act
By Dan Balz

Washington Post (Plum Line): GOP leaders agree: Immigration system needs to be fixed, but…
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Innovations blog): We’ve failed on immigration reform. Here are five ways to get back on track.
By Vivek Wadkwa

Fox News Latino (Opinion): Speaker Boehner Is Tanking The Republican Party
By Felipe Sousa-Rodriguez

Huffington Post (Blog): The Republican Party Needs Immigration Reform
By Luis Ubinas

Huffington Post (Blog): Why Immigration Reform May Depend on Political Reform
By Cesar M. Melgoza

Orlando Sentinel: Hopeful on immigration reform: Front Burner