HEADLINES: Immigration – December 12, 2013

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button_icon_immigration_headlinesAdvocates continue to work toward immigration reform by participating in fasts and other demonstrations of support. Visit our blog every Thursday for HEADLINES: Immigration. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on the immigration debate.

Tough Tactics on Immigration Reform [Politico]

Evangelical Pastor Continues 40-day Immigration Fast as House Set to Leave [NBCLatino]

Soldier’s Story: Immigration Policy Affects Families [azcentral]

Advocates Struggle to Reach Immigrants Eligible for Deferred Action [The New York Times]

Angry Priest Fighting for Immigration Reform [Chicago Sun-Times]

Immigration Reform an Economic, Religious Imperative [MLive]

Immigrants, Like Me, Want to Succeed. Congress Should Let Them [The Washington Post]

Staffer Leaves Hill to Stop Mom’s Deportation [National Journal]

King County to Limit Immigrant Jail Holds to Serious Offenses [The News Tribune]

A Lost Boy Grows Up [The New York Times]

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