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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, November 8, 2013

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The Hill: Advocates to GOP allies: Use Tea Party tactics to move immigration
By Russell Berman

Tampa Bay Times: Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart: Immigration reform won’t happen this year
By Marc Caputo

Washington Post: The Morning Plum: Labor blasts House Republicans over immigration
By Greg Sargent

CNN: Pro-immigration attack ads to target House Republicans
By Bryan Koenig

NPR: AFL-CIO Lets GOP Speak For Itself In New Immigration Ads
By S.V. Dáte

Politico: Poll indicates support for immigration reform
By Seung Min Kim

Washington Post: Immigration reform is dead for the year, top GOP reformer says
By Greg Sargent

Huffington Post: Mario Diaz-Balart Predicts No Immigration Reform This Year
By Elise Foley

NBC Latino: Forecast on immigration reform? It’s getting murkier and time’s running out
By Suzanne Gamboa

The Hill: Obama, McCain to huddle on immigration
By Alexander Bolton

Associated Press: Top Catholic Bishop Presses House on Immigration
By Donna Cassata

The Hill: Catholic Bishops push Boehner on immigration
By Rebecca Shabad

Huffington Post: Laura Ingraham Wages A Personal Crusade Against Immigration Reform
By Jared Gilmour

Los Angeles Times (California): Immigration activists occupy congressman’s Bakersfield office
By Kate Linthicum

Inquisitr (Arizona): Arizona Border Fence Plans Dead With No Funding From Immigration Reform

Cleveland Plain-Dealer (Ohio): 9 women block street near Cleveland intersection to protest Republicans in Congress they say are holding up immigration reform
By Olivera Perkins

Press-Interprise (California): IMMIGRATION: Gary Miller lobbying target yet again
By David Olson

WKZO (Michigan): Immigration reform protesters hope their efforts have paid off in Kalamazoo
By John McNeill

Associated Press (Washington): Washington: Wife of Seattle Mayor Among Arrested Protesters

Washington Post (Post Partisan blog): Christie’s win: A lesson for the GOP in black and brown
By Jonathan Capehart

Economist: Forget the huddled masses

National Journal (Political Connections blog): Virginia’s Election Encapsulates the Problems Both Parties Face
By Ronald Brownstein

Washington Post (Opinion): Understanding evangelicals and immigration reform
By Michael Gerson