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In the news this morning: Brewer and SB 1070, records deaths in AZ, CA governor's race and more

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer slams 'foreign interference' in immigration lawsuit - Gov. Brewer has asked a federal court not to allow foreign governments to join the U.S. Justice Department’s suit to overturn the law.

314 New Immigration Laws Passed This Year - Latina In the first half of this year, 44 state legislatures enacted 314 immigration laws and resolutions, 21 percent more than in the same time period in 2009.

Feds Tight-Lipped on Results of Immigration Enforcement - Huffington Post A non-partisan research center has accused U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency of withholding controversial enforcement data.

Shifting Tides in Governors' Races: Brown Now 3:1 Favorite - Jerry Brown is a 75 percent favorite to become the next governor of California, according to the FiveThirtyEight forecasting model.

Meg Whitman spending hits $140M - Most of it has come from Republican candidate Meg Whitman's own pocket.

Illegal Immigrant Deaths Set Record in Arizona : NPR Authorities have discovered 252 bodies in the Arizona desert over the past year, the remains of migrants who died trying to cross into the U.S. illegally.

Lawsuit over immigrants' tuition goes before state Supreme Court - The court is reviewing a lower court's ruling that federal law preempts a state law giving illegal immigrants in-state college tuition.