How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Florida a test for GOP on immigration, Jan Brewer scuffles with Obama over immigration book, more

Florida could test GOP's stance on immigration – USA Today Florida has ten times the number of Latinos than do Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina combined. And while its Latino voters run more conservative than in other largely Latino states, many of them tend to draw the line at immigration.

Obama tangles with Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer over immigration book - The Washington Post Brewer's book, "Scorpions for Breakfast: My Fight Against Special Interests, Liberal Media, and Cynical Politicos to Secure the Border," was the subject of a heated exchange between her and President Obama as he arrived at the airport in Phoenix.

Texas to tweak tuition rule for illegal immigrants - ABC News Higher education officials in the state are putting pressure on undocumented students regarding a law supported by Gov. Rick Perry, which allows them to pay in-state college tuition. Schools are to remind the students that they must seek legal status.

Mitt Romney’s immigration dilemma - Politico In an interview with Univision's Jorge Ramos, Romney said "I don’t think people would think I was being honest with them if I said I was Mexican-American," referring to his Mexican roots on his father's side. Not that it might help, as his line on immigration has left him at odds with many Latino voters in both parties.

Putin: Crackdown Needed on Illegal Immigration - ABC News U.S. presidential candidates aren't the only ones talking tough on immigration. Campaigning for reelection, Russia's prime minister Vladimir Putin is saying the government must "crack down on migrant workers who break the nation's laws."

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