How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Deported by mistake, the Latino health paradox, the Sanchez-Tran debate and more

The Associated Press: Lawsuit: Mentally ill US citizen wrongly deported A mentally disabled U.S. citizen who spoke no Spanish was deported to Mexico after immigration agents manipulated him into signing documents, a lawsuit alleges.

The Hispanic Mortality Paradox: Why Do Latinos Outlive Other Americans? – TIME Healthland Trying to explain Latinos' longer life expectancy, the subject of a federal report released yesterday.

Rep. Sanchez, Tran trade shots - The Orange County Register Democrat Loretta Sanchez and Republican Van Tran hammered each other in a debate yesterday, both seeking immigrant votes in Orange County's heavily immigrant 47th Congressional District.

Five Public Colleges in Georgia Ban Illegal-Immigrant Students - New York Times Georgia education officials voted yesterday to bar undocumented immigrants from attending the state’s five most selective public colleges. Georgia is the second state to do so, after South Carolina.

CIA looking for espias | 89.3 KPCC The Central Intelligence Agency wants to hire Latinos who can "operate credibly and effictively in just about any society."

Los Angeles considers more food truck legislation | 89.3 KPCC More on L.A. County's tentative new ordinance requiring food truck operators to submit to the same A-B-C letter-grading system as traditional restaurants. A second vote confirming the measure is to take place next week.

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