Multi-American | How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Brewer sued over DACA driver's license policy, Democrats talk immigration reform, how Asian Americans voted in California, more

Jan Brewer sued over license policy for immigrants - Associated Press A coalition of civil and immigrant rights groups has filed a lawsuit that challenges Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s order barring young people who receive temporary legal status under the deferred action program from obtaining driver's licenses.

Silicon Valley helps streamline the immigration process - ABC News U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has launched a website "that aims to ease the immigration process for entrepreneurs." The idea is to make it easier for foreign-born entrepreneurs to work and start businesses in the U.S.

Democrats present principles for immigration reform - EFE Discussing potential immigration reform in a press conference yesterday, members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus presented nine principles on which to base reforms, including the registration of undocumented immigrants, protections against family separation, and guest worker visas.

California's Asian American voters heavily backed President Obama, Prop 30 - Southern California Public Radio Early results from a new poll show that 70 percent of Asian American voters in the state supported Obama, and 65 percent backed Proposition 30, a winning state tax initiative intended to benefit public schools.