The Company Memo: Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Updated
President Obama earlier this week. (File Photo by Jason Reed/Reuters).
President Obama earlier this week. (File Photo by Jason Reed/Reuters).
JASON REED

President Obama will outline his position on the  immigration reform proposal offered by a bipartisan coalition of Senators Monday during a speech in Las Vegas—and according to a tweet by White House aide Dan Pfeiffer, the Senate plan is “very consistent with his long-held view.” First Read writes that immigration reform is too divisive an issue for the President to risk breaking up this fragile coalition in the Senate. We’ll talk with Rep. Loretta Sanchez, D-Calif.

“No budget, no pay”…how’s that for motivation? The post-partisan political group No Labels proposed the idea, which will prevent members of Congress from being paid if they fail to set a budget by April 15. The Senate is expected to approve the measure this week. We’ll talk with No Labels co-founder David Walker.

Hillary Clinton’s fans are chomping at the bit for a 2016 run, so much so that a group has already formed a new super PAC for the outgoing Secretary of State called “Ready for Hillary.”

msnbc’s Ezra Klein writes in the Washington Post that if Republicans think the sequester gives them leverage, they’re wrong. We’ll ask him why.

Plus, msnbc’s Richard Lui is “drilling down” on immigration.

The Company Memo: Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Updated