How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Lancaster charges housing bias, the Bible in the immigration debate, Romney's Latino problem, more

Lancaster complaint accuses Los Angeles County of bias in housing - Los Angeles Times Lancaster city officials have filed a complaint against Los Angeles County and the county's housing authority, alleging race-based housing discrimination and complaining "that Section 8 tenants have overburdened the city's resources."

Immigration debate: Both sides use Bible - The Clarion-Ledger With battles over immigration restrictions raging in southern states, both proponents and critics of strict anti-illegal immigration laws have been citing the Bible in their arguments.

Republican presidential candidates face big Latino problem - Los Angeles Times As GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney prepares to take his campaign to Puerto Rico, he's up agains this: According to a recent Fox News poll, 70% of Latino voters back President Obama, compared with 14% who support Romney.

Jury deadlocks in case of Rwandan accused of taking part in genocide - Chicago Tribune A federal judge has declared a mistrial in the case of Beatrice Munyenyezi, an immigrant from Rwanda charged with hiding her role in the 1994 Rwandan Genocide so that she could obtain U.S. citizenship. The jury was unable to reach a verdict.

Southern Miss Band Hurls 'Where's Your Green Card?' Chant At Latino Player - NPR Hours after an anti-illegal immigration bill advanced in the Mississippi statehouse, band members at a college basketball game chanted this at a Puerto Rican-born player from rival team Kansas State.

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