How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Illegal immigration at record low, feds' legal defense of Secure Communities, another SB 1070 challenge, more

Princeton Study Finds Immigration Has Reached Net Zero - Fox News Latino More on the research and federal data that has shown illegal immigration traffic slowing to a record low.

Redistricting maps take spotlight in Supreme Court - Houston Chronicle The high court will hear a case in which minority groups are accusing Texas of political disenfranchisement in the way political maps are drawn.

A legal basis for mandatory S-Comm? Read the federal memo - Southern California Public Radio An internal federal memo from 2010 made public yesterday analyzed potential legal challenges to the Secure Communities immigration enforcement program being mandatory, even as confusion continued over whether or not local jurisdictions could opt out.

Another Legal Challenge to Arizona Immigration Law - Fox News Latino Civil rights groups have asked a federal court in Phoenix to block elements of the SB 1070 anti-illegal immigration law banning day laborers from seeking work on the street.

France's Expulsions of Immigrants Rise in 2011 - ABC News The U.S. isn't the only country with record deportations of immigrants; the French government has announced that it removed more immigrants last year than ever.

Snoop Dogg Busted at Same Border Crossing That Snared Willie Nelson - New York Times Pot-smoking celebrities may want to avoid the Border Patrol's Sierra Blanca highway checkpoint near El Paso, as two of them have now been busted there.

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