Obama Immigration-Reform Campaign Will Challenge House GOP

Sandy Fitzgerald, Newsmax

President Barack Obama is heading to some of the battleground states he won in November — with strong Latino support — in an attempt to push immigration-reform legislation through the Republican-controlled House.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Obama is planning trips to Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado, and Florida to make the case that Republican presidential aspirations may be tied to the bill’s fate.

It’s the same argument that several potential GOP 2016 candidates, including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, are pushing as they try to convince lawmakers they need to do more to attract the growing Latino vote.

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