How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California
In the news this late morning/early afternoon: More on immigration and rhetoric, new House immigration leader, farm labor plans, more
Hi, all. I'm off to a later start that usual after a non-blogging assignment last night. But without further ado, here's the mid-day reading list:
Immigration groups consider security and tone after Tucson shooting - 89.3 KPCC With much of the recent political rhetoric in Arizona focused on immigration, two immigration groups with ties to the Southland consider the impact of the shooting on their work.
Cuba and US meet on immigration amid disagreements - The Washington Post Diplomats from both countries are meeting to discuss immigration issues and policies, including a 17-year-old agreement under which the United States issues 20,000 visas to Cubans a year.
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