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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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Immigration Reform Outlook

Jennifer Rubin, The Washington Post (blog) “There were some theatrics on Wednesday from liberal immigration reform advocates, claiming the speaker of the House was now refusing to go to conference with the Senate on immigration reform. Immigration reform dead! Really? No.”
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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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Polls: Immigration Reform Could Aid GOP

Seung Min Kim, Politico “A trio of polls in key GOP-held House districts being released Thursday show that voters overwhelmingly back immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship, and suggest the Republican Party would improve its image in these predominantly Latino areas if
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GOP’s Hispanic Outreach Stalls

Jordan Fabian, ABC News “It’s been almost a year since Mitt Romney lost seven in ten Hispanic voters to President Obama, sparking Republicans to try and improve the party’s poor reputation with Hispanics. Yet, the GOP has little to show that its “re-brand” is working.” Ful
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Behind the Scenes, Some House Republicans are Laying Groundwork for Action on Immigration Reform

Associated Press “Immigration overhaul legislation has been dormant in the House for months, but a few Republicans are working behind the scenes to advance it at a time the Capitol is immersed in a partisan brawl over government spending and President Barack Obama’s health care
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House Republicans Say They’ll Act on Immigration Reform This Year

David Nakamura, The Washington Post “House Republicans intensified their outreach to Latino groups last week, offering renewed pledges that the House will deal with immigration reform this year. The effort has revived hope among advocates that a bipartisan deal can be reached to
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House Republicans In Deep Disagreement Over Immigration Reform

Fox News Latino “The disagreements in the party run so deep that it is even getting in the way of the release of a bipartisan House comprehensive immigration reform bill that had been in the works for several years, according to published reports.” Full Story
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