With notable speed after the Nov. 6 presidential election, a number of Republican politicians and opinions makers — from House Speaker John A. Boehner to the talk show host Sean Hannity — altered their positions on immigration and expressed a new openness to comprehensive reform.
NYTimes: Signs of a Shift on Immigration Among G.O.P. Rank-and-File
Denver Post: Coffman tells Aurora crowd he favors legal status for immigrants
ThinkProgress: McCain Goes After Conservative Opponents Of Immigration Reform: ‘What Do You Want To Do?’
The Hill: Gingrich to Republicans: Don’t sound like Romney on immigration
Washington Post: GOP hopes Rubio’s role in immigration, plus some luck, will improve ties with minorities
Huffington Post: Eric Cantor On Immigration: Children Of The Undocumented Should Get Citizenship