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In the news this morning: Deferred action and the cost of college, states divided on driver's licenses, anti-Muslim vandalism, more

Despite Obama Immigration Policy, Young Immigrants Find College Elusive - Fox News Latino Young undocumented immigrants who qualify for temporary legal status and work permits under a new policy may finally be able to work in their field of choice after college, but the cost of tuition will remain a hurdle for many who lack permanent legal status or U.S. citizenship.

States Split on Immigrant Licenses as U.S. Lets Them Work- Bloomberg States are divided on granting driver's licenses to young beneficiaries of deferred action once they obtain legal status under the new program. California and Michigan have agree to, while Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has said no. Other states have yet to decide.

Protest interrupts federal hearing in Birmingham on state immigration laws (video) - A protest erupted during a U.S. Commission on Civil Rights hearing in Birmingham, Alabama on the effect of state immigration enforcement laws like the ones in Arizona, Alabama and other states.

"Hate Graffiti" Found on Muslim Grave in Illinois - NBC Chicago Anti-Islamic hate graffiti was found spray-painted on a Muslim grave at a cemetery in Evergreen Park, Illinois. The graffiti included the words "raghaed killer" (apparently misspelled), according to a civil rights group.

Image of Asian-looking woman scrapped from new $100 bills after complaints - The Globe and Mail The Bank of Canada has decided to remove the image of an Asian-looking woman peering into a microscope from its new $100 banknotes following complaints, including that “some believe that it presents a stereotype of Asians excelling in technology and/or the sciences."