How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Alabama immigration law questioned, deportation reviews in Colorado, Gingrich vs. Romney on immigration, more

Alabama's tough immigration law questioned - Los Angeles Times More on how Alabama's attorney general has suggested getting rid of portions of the state's strict new anti-illegal immigration law after challenges by the federal government and protest by its critics.

Colorado to test new Obama immigration rules - The Denver Post A six-week pilot program in Denver is part of the Obama administration's policy change on deportations, and will involve reviews of immigrants' deportation cases.

Gingrich, Romney Offer Stark Immigration Choice - NPR Analysis of how GOP presidential contenders Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney differ on immigration, with Romney taking a hardline stance while Gingrich supports legalization for some.

Program targeting illegal immigrants up and running across Georgia - Atlanta Journal-Constitution The controversial Secure Communities fingerprint sharing program is now operating in all of the state's counties; 20 other states also have the program running statewide. The federal government hopes have Secure Communities operating nationwide by 2013.

Latino residents threaten to sue over 'unfair' elections - North County Times A group of Latino residents is threatening to sue the Southern California city of Escondido for alleged violations of state and federal voting rights laws, charging that elected leaders cater to wealthier white residents.

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