How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this (late) morning: No ruling yet on SB 1070, Romney does NALEO, how many could be eligible for deferred action, more

No Supreme Court ruling today on Arizona's SB 1070 - Southern California Public Radio The U.S. Supreme Court issued rulings on other cases heard this year, but held off this morning on its decision concerning Arizona's controversial anti-illegal immigration law. More decisions will be announced Monday.

Romney vows to 'replace' Obama's immigration order - USA Today Speaking in Florida at a conference of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO), Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said he'd "build my own long-term solution that will replace and supersede" President Obama's new plan to grant some undocumented youths temporary legal status.

SB 1070: High court has already decided, but process maintains suspense - Arizona Republic The U.S. Supreme Court hasn't yet released its decision on whether Arizona's 2010 anti-illegal immigration law, SB 1070, is in conflict with federal law. But the justices' decision has already been made. So why the suspense?

More illegal immigrants could be eligible for Obama's deportation reprieve than we thought - Washington Post Among the many unanswered questions about the Obama administration's new plan to grant temporary legal status to some undocumented youths is how many might qualify. The official White House estimate has been around 800,000, but another estimate hits closer to 1.4 million.

In first Univision interview, Rubio defends immigration views, declines to call Obama 'socialist' - Washington Post Highlights from Sen. Marco Rubio's interview with Jorge Ramos of Univision, with the Florida freshman senator's views on immigration, his personal ambitions, and on President Obama. There is a link to the full transcript.

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