Wave of immigrants released ahead of automatic spending cuts - New York Times The federal sequester spending cuts due to kick in Friday have yet to take place, but immigration officials have already been letting some immigrants held in detention centers out on supervised release as a money-saving effort.
Virtual immigration marchers head to Washington - ABC/Univision A group of business and tech leaders is supporting a campaign called "March for Innovation," billed as a "virtual march" on Washington set to take place this spring.
Obama to meet about immigration reform with top Republican leaders - Fox News Latino The president is reportedly set to meet today with Arizona Sen. John McCain and South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, both part of a bipartisan Senate group working on immigration reform plans.
The GOP's immigration dilemma - Wall Street Journal What some Republican lawmakers backing immigration reform, this time Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, have been facing from constituents: "...when he asked a luncheon of the Cherokee County Republican Party what should happen to the millions already in the U.S., one woman yelled back, 'Send them home!' "
Why Asian Americans have turned their backs on the Republican party - Daily Beast In the 1990s, more Asian American voters tended to lean right. But they have been voting increasingly Democratic in national elections since 2000.