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In the news this morning: The 2010 Census and minorities, deportations raise questions, more

As U.S. becomes more diverse, Hispanics flourish - Reuters According to data emerging from the 2010 U.S. Census, Latinos are leading a transformation of the country, with ethnic and racial minorities expected to become the majority by mid-century.

Arturo Vargas: New Census Numbers Portend Significant Latino Role - Huffington Post The executive director of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials on how the demographic changes stand to influence politics.

Obama talks immigration strategy with lawmakers - USA Today President Obama met this morning with members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. The administration says it is not giving up on an immigration reform bill, despite this weekend's defeat of the Dream Act.

Disparities in deportation program raise questions - The Washington Post Though the Obama administration has promised to focus its immigration enforcement efforts on criminals, a quarter of those who have been deported through a program called Secure Communities have no criminal record.

Deportation Looms For 50-Year Legal Resident - Huffington Post Mike Burrows of Los Angeles, 51, was born in Canada and has lived here legally since 1962. His deportation order stems from a misdemeanor offense when he was 18 years old.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement - more than “La Migra” - 89.3 KPCC U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement director John Morton joined KPCC's Larry Mantle yesterday to discuss human trafficking, immigration benefit fraud and the role of employers in illegal immigration. Listeners posted some interesting questions.