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In the news this morning: NY minority youth plan draws fire, 16 countries oppose AL immigration law, new detention center debated, more

NYC program for young men draws praise, questions - The Wall Street Journal Mayor Michael Bloomberg's announcement of a $127 million project that aims to help about 315,000 black and Latino men between ages 16 and 24 is meeting with both praise and criticism.

Pr. William officials file lawsuit against DHS - Virginia Politics - The Washington Post Virginia's Prince William County has filed a lawsuit against the Homeland Security department, demanding information on the undocumented immigrants that the county has transferred to DHS.

16 Countries, Including Mexico, File Briefs Against New Alabama Immigration Law - Fox News Sixteen countries have filed briefs against Alabama's controversial new immigration law, which is already being challenged by the federal government. The Birmingham attorney who filed the brief told media that the nations protesting  “want to have one immigration law and not 50.”

South Fla town debates plan for detention center - The Miami Herald Residents and immigrant activists in South Florida's Broward County are debating a proposed plan to place one of the nation's largest immigration detention centers in an upscale rural area nearby. The planned 2,000 bed facility would be operated by Corrections Corporation of America, the largest private prison company in the U.S.