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Must-Read News On Immigration Reform / “Qué Pasa” In Immigration Reform, May 14, 2015

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Politico: Jeb’s other early-state play: Nevada
By Eli Stokols

AP: Bush eats with Sandoval, says running mate talk premature

Miami Herald: Jeb Bush: ‘I’m running for president in 2016…if I run’
By Patricia Mazzei

Buzzfeed News: Jeb Bush May Skip Iowa In 2016, Sources Say
By McKay Coppins

Washington Post: Bolton 2016 announcement is hours away
By Paul Steinhouser

Roll Call: Latest GOP Immigration Showdown Headed to Floor?
By Emma Dumain

The Hill: House panel sends defense bill to the floor, setting up immigration fight
By Martin Matishak

Huffington Post: House Panel Tees Up Another Immigration Fight On Defense Bill
By Elise Foley

NPR: GOP Split Over Bill To Let Immigrants In U.S. Illegally Serve In Military
By Juana Summers

AP: Democratic Opposition Rising Against Defense Spending Bill

The Hill: Democrat surprised by uproar over immigration provision
By Molly Hooper

New York Times: New Review Policy for Migrant Families in Detention
By Julia Preston

New York Times: Program Providing Legal Help to Immigrants Will Expand Beyond New York City
By Liz Robbins

AP: Governor signs bill allowing teacher licenses for immigrants
By Michelle Rindels

Washington Times: Dysfunctional immigration enforcement system tears apart family
By Stephen Dinan

Washington Times: Hispanics supportive of Democratic agenda open to vote for GOP
By Stephen Dinan

Los Angeles Times (California): L.A. County ends contract with ICE, then OKs future collaboration
By Kate Linthicum and Joseph Tanfani

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): Ten Years Since McCain-Kennedy, an Immigration Starter Kit for the 2016 Presidential Candidates
By Steven Choi

Star Ledger (Opinion-New Jersey): Christie wimps out on immigration, trading opportunism for authenticity
By Tom Moran

En español:quepasa_espanol

La Prensa de Minnesota: Promesas por partida doble en inmigración
Por Maribel Hastings

Univision.com: Jóvenes indocumentados dicen que no están “Ni Cerca” de acabar su lucha

La Opinión: “Dreamer” lleva su lucha por servicio militar al Congreso
Por María Peña

La Opinión: Auditoría cuestiona eficacia de DHS para procesar a indocumentados
Por María Peña

Noticiero Univisión: María Huerta, en un limbo migratorio legal

Associated Press: Maná apoya becas universitarias para hispanos
Por Berenice Bautista

El Diario NY: Evite caer en las estafas de inmigración