How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Obama to meet with Mexico's incoming president, Georgia may appeal on immigration law, more

Obama to talk immigration with Mexico's new leader - USA Today President Obama will be meeting today to discuss border policy with Mexico's president-elect, Enrique Peña Nieto, who  is set to visit the White House.

23 defining moments in immigration policy history - ABC News The first example on this interesting list: The Naturalization Act of 1790, which restricted naturalization to "free white persons." It goes on from there.

Georgia could appeal immigration law case to U.S. Supreme Court - Atlanta Journal-Constitution State officials say they are "considering their options" following a ruling by a federal appeals court rejecting the state's bid for a rehearing on its anti-illegal immigration law. The court ruled in August that a harboring provision in the state measure is pre-empted by federal law.

Post-Sandy aid inaccessible for some immigrants - NPR Some of the victims of the recent deadly superstorm are undocumented immigrants, who don't qualify for unemployment disaster assistance, food stamps, or for loans to help them rebuild small businesses.

Trending: Trump hammers Romney's 'crazy' immigration suggestion - CNN When Donald Trump makes scathing remarks, people apparently listen: The real estate mogul/reality series star's reaction to former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney's "self-deportation" comments during the campaign are spreading around the web. Trump used adjectives like "crazy" and "maniacal" in an online interview.

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