How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: The Arizona primary, NYPD's Muslim surveillance an issue in mayoral race, harassment alleged in Alabama, more

As Arizonans Head to Polls for GOP Primary, Democrats Hope for Latino Backlash - ABC News Republicans needn't worry about the Latino vote in today's Arizona primary, since Latinos in the state tend to lean heavily Democratic. However, these voters could present a problem in November for whoever secures the GOP nomination.

NYPD monitoring of Muslims enters mayoral race - The Associated Press Potential mayoral candidates in New York are "taking stands on the New York Police Department's surveillance of Muslim students, ranging from cautious support to a warning about curtailing civil liberties."

Hyundai sends letter on possible immigration protests to US dealerships - Montgomery Advertiser Hyundai's vice president of national sales has sent a letter to all of its U.S. dealerships, warning there might be protests at the dealerships over Alabama's controversial new anti-illegal immigration law. The South Korean company has manufacturing operations in Alabama.

Civil rights group accuses Alabama of abusing Hispanics - Chicago Tribune A report from the Southern Poverty Law Center has collected accounts from more than 5,200 hotline complaints, alleging harassment against Latinos in Alabama following the enactment of a strict state anti-illegal immigration law.

Illegal immigrant runs for student body president at Texas A&M - Houston Chronicle Jose Luis Zelaya, who went public with his status on campus last year, could become the first openly undocumented student body president at Texas A&M.

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