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In the news this morning: Immigration in the Florida primary, Napolitano calls for reforms, Russell Pearce back in elected office, more

The Florida Primary and Immigration - Council on Foreign Relations An analysis of why immigration, while it's not the top issue among Latino voters, will matter in today's Florida primary election.

In Florida, a changing Latino mosaic reshapes politics - Chicago Tribune On how "the candidates' focus on the fiercely anti-Castro Cuban-American community in South Florida may be overlooking a changing Latino vote."

Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano Calls for Immigration Overhaul - Fox News Latino Among other things Napolitano, who has bee criticized by some for embracing tough enforcement measures, "specifically criticized Congress for failing to pass the so-called DREAM Act last year."

Latina Candidate Barred Over English Proficiency Files Appeal - Fox News Latino Alejandrina Cabrera was barred from running for city office in Arizona due to her English proficiency. Now she is appealing to the state's Supreme Court.

Russell Pearce, Ousted Arizona Immigration Law Architect, Elected To Republican Leadership Slot - Huffington Post Former state senator Pearce, the legislator behind SB 1070, wasn't out of work long after losing a recall election. He's now been elected first vice chairman of the Arizona Republican Party.

No transplant for dying dad who is illegal immigrant - San Jose Mercury News Hospital administrators at UC San Francisco Medical Center are declining a kidney transplant for Jesus Navarro from his wife, saying that because of his immigration status, it's uncertain if he'll be able to receive appropriate follow-up care.