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A year after 'autopsy,' GOP still struggles on immigration reform
A year after 'autopsy,' GOP still struggles on immigration reform

WASHINGTON -- A year after Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus commissioned a report that suggested sweeping changes in how the party operates, he touted progress on many fronts -- but distanced himself from a key recommendation to increase its appeal to the Latino community: support for comprehensive immigration reform. In a breakfast with reporters Tuesday tied to the anniversary of the release of the "Growth and Opportunity Project," Priebus detailed structural changes he said have "fundamentally reshaped the way we do business at the RNC." They include a major investment to eliminate a technology gap Democrats have enjoyed, largely because of the...

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