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John Boehner Just Put Immigration Reform On Life Support

Greg Sargent, The Washington Post “John Boehner, at a presser just now, just said something that pushed immigration reform closer to death than anything he has said thus far” Full Story
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Political Eye: Heck Targeted on Immigration Reform

Sean Whaley and Laura Myers, Las Vegas Review-Journal “Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev., expressed open frustration at House GOP leaders when it appeared they would not bring an immigration bill up for votes this year.” Full Story
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New Push For Immigration Reform Will Target 9 House Republicans

Ed O’Keefe, The Washington Post “With a year to go until the midterm elections, immigration reform advocates hoping to jump-start debate on Capitol Hill are planning to target a handful of Republican lawmakers most likely to suffer political consequences next year if Congr
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Lessons on Immigration in Two Governors’ Races

Julia Preston, The New York Times “Republicans in Congress studying the results from the governors’ elections in New Jersey and Virginia on Tuesday see two starkly different test cases for how the party should move on immigration.” Full Story
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AFL-CIO Targets GOP with Immigration Ad Blitz

Alexander Burns, Politico “The AFL-CIO is poised to launch a high-dollar television campaign assailing House Republicans for their inaction on immigration reform, in an attempt to ensure that the congressional GOP pays a price if it continues to stall on an overhaul of the natio
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Upton: Half of GOP Caucus Backs Immigration Reform

Kyle Balluck, The Hill “Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) said he will work to get immigration reform passed in the House, saying “it has to be fixed.”” Full Story  
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Next Hurdle for Republicans – Immigration

Albert R. Hunt, The New York Times “Looming is the immigration debate, which is even more divisive and politically perilous for Republicans. The House leadership is to decide in the next few weeks whether to take up piecemeal measures, with an eye toward an eventual resolution w
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