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Must-Read News On Immigration Reform / “Qué Pasa” In Immigration Reform, June 1, 2015

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Fusion: Lindsey Graham ‘leans in’ on immigration reform
By Brett LoGiurato

Dallas Morning News: Need for storm aid puts fresh spotlight on tensions between Texas, D.C.
By Todd J. Gillman

The Daily Journal (New Jersey): COMMENTARY: What will happen to immigration orders?
By Maribel Hastings

Equal Voice: Immigration Reform Analysis: The Next Legal Steps?
By Maribel Hastings

AP: Former Md. Gov. O’Malley Jumps Into 2016 Democratic Race

Washington Post: Martin O’Malley on the Issues
By Gerry Mullany

Buzzfeed News: O’Malley Hires Former Obama Hispanic Media Director For Senior Campaign Role
By Adrian Carrasquillo

NBCNews: Immigration As 2016 Issue Upped With Martin O’Malley’s Candidacy
By Suzanne Gamboa

National Journal: Bernie Sanders and the Democrats’ Very Own Tea Party
By Josh Kraushaar

Washington Post: Lindsey Graham expected to launch presidential campaign
By Sean Sullivan

The Hill: Graham’s entry into race could help Rubio, hurt Paul
By Alexander Bolton

Bloomberg: Jeb Bush Avoids Saying He Would Overturn Immigration Action
By Ali Elkin

Huffington Post (FactCheck.Org): Rick Perry Takes Too Much Credit For Reductions In Border Crossings
By D’Angelo Gore

Washington Times: Rick Santorum on immigration: ‘America is worth the wait’
By Dave Sherfinski

The Hill: GOP governors shift states rightward, bidding for primary support
By Jonathan Easley

Washington Post: Rating the 2016 candidates’ many contortions on immigration
By Amber Phillips

The Atlantic: A Lonely Life for Immigrants in America’s Rust Belt
By Alana Semuels

NBC News: Immigrant Activist Gaby Pacheco Speaks Out On Ann Coulter Comments
By Griselda Nevarez

AP: Nebraska lawmakers conclude historic 2015 session
By Grant Schulte

Houston Chronicle (Texas): Image of violent Texas border is false, statistics show
By Brian M. Rosenthal and Mark Collette

New York Times (Editorial): What’s Obama’s Plan C for Immigration?

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): The Demographic Case for Republicans to Take Up Immigration
By Zoltan Hajnal

The Week (Opinion): 2016 Republicans are completely ignoring the lessons of their 2012 ‘autopsy’
By Teagan Goddard

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): Does Immigration Suppress Wages? It’s Not So Simple
By Jeffrey Sparshott

Washington Post (WonkBlog): The secret to being rich is surprisingly simple
By Matt O’Brien

The Hill (Op-Ed): Senate appropriators should fund the immigration courts
By Eleanor Acer

Las Vegas Review Journal (Opinion-Nevada): Is executive actions best way to fix immigration?
By Esther Cepeda

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Washington Hispanic (DC area): Acciones Ejecutivas: ¿Qué sigue?
Por Maribel Hastings

Al Punto: “Se necesitará mucha acción política”: Abogado de inmigración sobre acción ejecutiva

Enfoque: El futuro del DACA y el DAPA tras apelación fallida

EFE: El demócrata Martin O’Malley se suma a la carrera hacia la Casa Blanca

Noticiero Univisión: Buscan reinstaurar licencias para indocumentados en Wisconsin

Univision.com y Agencias: Una organización da ID válidos a inmigrantes irregulares en condado de Carolina del Norte

Univision.com y Notimex: ‘Operación Streamline’, estrategia fronteriza para encarcelar indocumentados

Noticiero Univisión: En contra de polémicos retenes fronterizos

La Opinión: Patrulla Fronteriza: Asesinato de joven mexicano sigue en “limbo” jurídico

Univision.com: Conciertos corales rendirán tributo a madres indocumentadas de Silicon Valley

Noticiero Telemundo: Actor Aarón Díaz realiza una labor admirable fuera de la pantalla

Noticiero Univisión: Asía generó una gran ola migratoria en EEUU

EFE: La ola china supera a la mexicana y augura cambio migratorio inédito en EEUU

La Opinión: Con sólo 4 años menor defiende ante jueza su caso de inmigración

La Opinión: Los Ángeles no acepta el bloqueo a alivios migratorios