HEADLINES: Immigration – October 17, 2013

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button_icon_immigration_headlinesFrom coast to coast, and everywhere in between,  advocates are coming together to remind congress that immigration reform is still a top priority. 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.

Immigration Reform Moving Forward Despite Shutdown, Evangelical Leaders Say. [The Christian Post]

Immigration Reform Focus of Prayer Vigils in Virginia, Rhode Island. [Catholic News Service]

The Immigration Debate we’re not having. [My San Antonio]

The Heartache of an Immigrant Family. [The New York Times]

Obama Still Plans to Push Immigration Bill. [USA Today]

While Government Shuts Down, Immigration Reform Steps Up. [Huffington Post]

Wanted: Profiles in Courage on Immigration Reform. [The Hill]

Crowd Rallies Outside ICE Building to Protest Deportations. [azcentral]

March, Rally Brings Attention to Immigration Reform. [Chicago Tribune]

150-mile Walk for Immigration Reform to End in Tampa. [Tampa Bay Times]

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