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In the news this morning: SB 1070 turns two and heads to court, remembering the L.A. riots, George Zimmerman released on bail, more

Supreme Court immigration case weighs states' powers - Reuters Two years after it was signed into law, Arizona's SB 1070 heads to the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday. The court will be considering whether or not Arizona overstepped its bounds with the state anti-illegal immigration measure, which the federal government has challenged. The outcome will have broad political implications.

Immigration Remains A Dicey Issue For Romney, GOP - NPR Republican presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney and his party are faced with a complicated balancing act, trying to appeal both to a GOP base with conservative views on immigration and to Latino voters.

Remembering the moment the LA Riots began, at Florence and Normandie - Southern California Public Radio A timeline of the 1992 Los Angeles riots and a series of witnesses who recall them, including a woman who admits to having taken part in the rioting and looting that began April 29 of that year and continued for several days.

George Zimmerman Released on $150,000 Bail - Fox News Latino Florida authorities released George Zimmerman, the shooter in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, on $150,000 bail Sunday evening. Zimmerman has been charged with second-degree murder; prosecutors allege that he profiled the teen, who was unarmed.

Arizona sheriff pokes fun at civil rights probe - San Francisco Chronicle In an audio recording that has surfaced from a fundraiser for an anti-illegal immigration group in Texas, Arizona's Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio humorously plays up his refusal to cooperate in a federal racial-profiling investigation.

Sen. Rubio: I'm going to be respectful of the VP process - CNN Florida's Republican Sen. Marco Rubio has said a few times in the last week that he wouldn't be interested in running for vice president with likely presidential candidate Mitt Romney, but he was less clear and seemingly more coy in a CNN interview this weekend.