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Poll: Issa, McCarthy, McKeon Shouldn’t Fear Immigration Reform Backlash

Joe Garofoli, San Francisco Chronicle “A new poll to be released Thursday by America’s Voice that we got our hands on early has a message for McCarthy: It’s OK to support a pathway to citizenship. Your constituents will still love you. The poll’s message to GOP Reps. Darrell Iss
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What Are the Chances for Immigration Reform in 2013?

PBS Newshour “Just how significant is the announcement out of California that a Republican congressman will co-sponsor legislation providing a pathway to citizens for millions of undocumented people living in the country? Alan Gomez, who reports on immigration issues for USA Tod
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Why Citizenship is Important

By Reps. Tony Cárdenas (D-Calif.) and Matt Cartwright (D-Pa.), The Hill (Opinion) “It is not hard to see that citizenship is the cornerstone of the American dream. We are a nation of immigrants and immigration remains one of the great strengths of this country.  To recognize the
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Obama – Willing to Work with House on Immigration Reform

Jeff Mason, Reuters “U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday he could support the House of Representatives taking a piece-by-piece approach to changing immigration policy as long as key elements such as a “pathway to citizenship” for undocumented immigrants were
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