How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Immigration in the 2012 election, Latinos unhappy with Obama, Social Security and unauthorized labor, more

Immigration Remains Hot Topic in US Politics - Voice of America News Latino voters could play a large role in determining the outcome of the 2012 presidential elections, and they are closely watching how candidates treat the issue of immigration.

Chicago Hospital Opens Doors to Undocumented Immigrants - Fox News Latino A Chicago-area hospital has said it will provide free care for undocumented immigrants who don't have health insurance; some patients who will be treated are in need of organ transplants.

Latinos unhappy with Obama's deportation policy, poll finds - Los Angeles Times A new Pew Hispanic Center survey finds that Latino voters disapprove of President Obama's handling of immigration issues by a two-to-one margin.

Illegal immigrants pay Social Security tax, won't benefit - Seattle Times Billions of dollars taken out of the paychecks of undocumented immigrants who are working on the books go to the Social Security Administration every year, money these workers don't get back.

New laws target abortion, immigration, alcohol and animals - CNN Among the laws taking effect are new laws in Louisiana, Tennessee, South Carolina and Georgia that require businesses to use a federal program to check workers' immigration status; California, meanwhile, prohibits the requirement unless stipulated under a federal contract.

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