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In the news this morning: Obama and Latino voters, no repeal of Alabama immigration law, Perry counts on support from Sherrif Joe, more

Obama has work to do courting Latino vote, expert says - Los Angeles Times President Obama got two-thirds of the Latino vote in 2008, but things are different as he campaigns for reelection, with his Latino voter approval rate dropping.

Running as a Pro-Immigration, Dream Act Republican - Fox News Latino California Deputy District Attorney Joseph “Tony” Carlos is running as a GOP congressional candidate on a non-traditional immigration platform.

House votes to end country limits for skilled workers seeking green cards - The Washington Post The House of Representatives has voted to end per-country caps on employment-based immigration visas, a boon to skilled visa holders from Asia and to high-tech companies here that employ them.

Immigration law will not be repealed, says Alabama House Speaker - Alabama legislators say the state's controversial new anti-illegal immigration law will not be repealed, and that only minor changes will be considered early next year.

Perry Gains Endorsement From an Arizona Sheriff Tough on Immigration - New York Times Texas governor and GOP presidential hopeful Rick Perry has lost steam in the race due to a perceived soft-on-immigration stance; now he's banking on the support of Arizona's Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.