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Immigration Bill 2013: Immigration Vote May Wait Until October, Paul Ryan Says

Seung Min Kim, Politico “House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) told attendees at a town hall in Racine, Wis., that his chamber could start voting on immigration bills that month – pushing the timeline for action in the House even further back.” Full Story
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Immigration Reform News 2013: New Poll Shows Latino Vote in Battleground States Could Make or Break GOP in Midterm Elections

Bary Alyssa Johnson, Latinos Post “This week a poll was released by Latino Decisions and America’s Voice that sought to examine how immigration reform and the methods by which Democrat and Republican Members of the House handle it could impact the outcome of specific key 2
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Lawmakers Take Immigration “Pilgrimage”

Sam Baker, The Hill “A bipartisan group of lawmakers is participating in an immigration “pilgrimage” this weekend, visiting a series of historically important sites just as Congress is pursuing comprehensive immigration reform.” Full Story
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Immigration Reformers Rally at Boehner’s OH Office

Associated Press “Hundreds of activists for immigration reform rallied Saturday at an Ohio office of the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives to urge his support for a plan that includes a path to U.S. citizenship.” Full Story
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Lamar Alexander Under Fire on Immigration

Tarini Parti and Burgess Everett, Politico “When Lamar Alexander joined 13 other Senate Republicans to vote for the Gang of Eight’s immigration bill last month, he was waving a red flag in front of the tea party.” Full Story
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Silicon Valley Steps Up Role in Immigration Debate

Carla Marinucci, San Francisco Chronicle “Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg – one of the world’s richest tech innovators – will break new ground next month by speaking publicly for the first time on a political issue when he delivers an address on immigration reform
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Coming Over August Recess: Joint, Bipartisan Town Halls on Immigration?

Greg Sargent, Washington Post (Blog) “It’s being widely noted that the August recess will be critical for the fate of immigration reform, with opponents doing an excellent job of creating the impression that GOP lawmakers will be hit with a tidal wave of conservative opposition
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Poll: GOP to Get More Blame if Immigration Effort Fails

Laura Meckler, The Wall Street Journal “Americans are more likely to fault Republicans than Democrats if the drive to overhaul the nation’s immigration laws crashes in Congress, according a new poll that offers fresh caution for the GOP.” Full Story
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Why Detroit Needs More Immigrants

Ted Hesson, ABC/Univision “The city that was once home to a thriving auto manufacturing industry declared bankruptcy on Thursday, the largest municipality ever to do so.” Full Story  
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Latino Leaders Planning Push for Immigration Bill

Julia Preston, The New York Times “Latinos gathered here this week for a major annual convention said they would use their new political influence to press the House of Representatives for a vote this year on a broad immigration bill and mobilize support for House Republicans wh
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