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In the news this morning: Supreme Court to look at SB 1070 case, Alabama law's business backlash, immigration in the GOP race, more

Supreme Court to Take a Look at Arizona's Immigration Law Friday - ABC News The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to take a first look at the federal government's challenge to Arizona’s SB 1070 anti-illegal immigration law, and will decide whether or not to take up the case.

Alabama Immigration Law May Get Second Look After Big Business Backlash - Fox News Latino The arrests of two foreign auto plant employees in Alabama, one from Germany and another from Japan, after the enactment of a strict new anti-illegal immigration law have left some of the law's supporters with second thoughts.

Immigration becomes hot topic in GOP race – USA Today According to political analysts, immigration "has proved powerful despite the general reluctance of politicians to discuss it and the conventional wisdom that most voters are too preoccupied with the nation's economic woes to care much about it."

Mexican man undergoing dialysis let back into U.S. - Southern California Public Radio U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials have granted humanitarian parole to Francisco Cortez Lopez, 43, who was removed from the country last month and spent the last three weeks in Tijuana.

Obama program puts some immigration deportations on hold - KDVR A pilot program in Denver is part of the Obama administration's plan to review deportation cases, and separate those deemed a "low priority" for removal from others the government seeks to deport.