Although top Republicans support a comprehensive immigration reform deal, many rank and file lawmakers are skeptical, Politico’s Jim Vandehei and Mike Allen report. According to Politico, advisers to Sen. Marco Rubio, House Budget Committee Chair Paul Ryan and others are preparing a series of smaller immigration bills that could be passed over the next two years, while GOP leaders and the Obama administration are expected to push for one inclusive bill. In a Hamilton Project discussion paper, "Rationalizing U.S. Immigration Policy: Reforms for Simplicity, Fairness, and Economic Growth," Giovanni Peri of UC Davis offers an incremental, market-based approach to comprehensive immigration reform. Peri proposes starting with market-based changes to employment-based visas to better link visas with labor market demand. Read the full piece here.