HEADLINES: Immigration — January 14, 2015

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capitol 300As the new majorities settle into the House and Senate, many migrants across the country hold their breath as the battle over funding the President’s Executive Actions that protected millions from deportation begins. Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Immigration. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on the immigration debate.

Bill to Defund Homeland Security Unlikely to Pass Senate [The Wall Street Journal]

House GOP’s Immigration Problem: No Path to 60 in Senate [Politico]

House Republicans Target Child Immigrants in Tea Party Nod [Bloomberg]

How Texas Could Give Up On It’s DREAM [MSNBC]

States Passed 171 Immigration Laws Last Year [The Washington Post]

New York City to Formally Start Its Municipal ID Card Program [The New York Times]

81% of Refugee Students in Worcester (MA) Went on to College in 2014 [GoLocal Worcester]

New Mexico Group Beginning Statewide Effort to Reach Immigrants Eligible for Relief [KRWG]

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