— Moving forward on immigration — Denver Post Editorial
Lawmakers must consider the nation’s economic well-being, not just try to secure the Latino vote.
— Reform is within reach — (Phoenix) Arizona Republic Editorial
An opening. A sweet spot. A chance.
The postelection glow — or the harsh light of reality — illuminates the way forward on immigration reform.
Congress and President Barack Obama should not waste this opportunity. ...
— Immigration reform now — Everett (Wash.) Daily Herald Editorial
... Kick-em-out applause lines won’t ameliorate a crisis that threads together employment, public safety, health, agriculture, entitlement spending and social justice. It’s governing season. Comprehensive immigration reform is the only tenable solution. ...
— Even Granite Staters ought to welcome immigration reforms — Keene (N.H.) Sentinel Editorial
... It’s hard to imagine what the GOP could have done to demonstrate that it was finished with nativism. From endorsing state laws that allow police to go after anyone who merely looks foreign to ruling out pathways to citizenship for any of the 12 million immigrants in the country illegally, the Republican party clearly was out of touch. ...
— Immigration indigestion — New York Post Editorial
... Most Latinos are fundamentally conservative, in the sense of traditional values; the various Hispanic communities are church- and family-oriented. And Latinos are not afraid of hard work. In short, they would seem to be a natural fit for the GOP.
But, like many other Americans, they remain skeptical of a party that has been portrayed, not always unfairly, as favoring wealthy white men over poor, more darkly hued newcomers. ...
— Seize opportunity for immigration reform — Dallas Morning News Editorial
— Immigration reform ASAP — Boston Herald Editorial
— Hispanic vote sent a message — Philadelphia Inquirer Editorial