How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Muslims call for policy reforms, judge orders Secure Communities memo released, Latinos and retirement, more

Muslims call for reforms 10 years after Patriot Act - The Washington Post The report from Muslim civil rights advocates recommends policy changes, and accuses the FBI of religious profiling and spying on mosques using informants.

Latinos Lagging On Retirement Savings, Says Pew - NPR Only 10 percent of the nation's 50.5 million Latinos have individual retirement accounts, according to the Pew Hispanic Center, compared with 35 percent of non-Latino whites.

NY judge orders release of key document on immigration enforcement program by Nov. 1 - The Washington Post A U.S. district judge has given the federal government until Nov. 1 to turn over a memo to civil rights groups and immigrant advocates regarding whether the Secure Communities immigration enforcement program was optional through the beginning of 2010.

S. Carolina immigration law will also affect legal residents - Fox News Latino A provision in the law that imposes fines of up to $5,000 for transporting an undocumented immigrant affects these immigrants' family members, including U.S. citizens.

Can the GOP win the Latino vote? Does it matter? - CNN Is the lack of a clear message for Latino voters a problem for the Republican presidential hopefuls, or as expressed by some this week, do they not need one because these voters "want virtually exactly what everyone else wants?”

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