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Immigration reform might survive if hardliners take a beating in the CR and debt-ceiling fight.

Immigration reform is popular in some interesting places.

Doing nothing on immigration reform is a career-killer for Republicans.

Immigration reform faces a steep uphill climb in the House.

The loudest anti-immigration reform voices are entirely out of touch with real GOP primary voters, a new poll confirms.

The anti-immigration reform arguments are thin and shopworn.

The House Republicans will need to put up or shut up on immigration reform as their hysterics about an unsecure border meet reality.

The pro-immigration right fights back -- hard.

Who won and lost in the immigration fight?

Sen. Marco Rubio gives a speech of a lifetime.

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