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In the news this morning: A request to hold off on deporting youths, SB 1070 a year later, L.A. musician left comatose won't be deported, mo

Senate Democrats Tell Obama to Hold Off on Deportations of Young Immigrants - Fox News Latino Twenty-two Senate Democrats have signed a letter requesting that the deportations of young people brought here by their parents illegally or who overstayed visas be put off, suggesting alternatives.

Immigration law uncertainty hangs over Hispanic neighborhoods - East Valley Tribune: Immigration A year after the approval of Arizona's SB 1070 anti-immigration law, immigrant advocates say that while "the hysteria died down" people have left, including school-age students who didn't return, and that uncertainty continues.

The Anti-Immigration Crusader - New York Times A profile of John Tanton, the Michigan doctor who became nation's most influential advocate for immigration restriction, seeding organizations like the controversial Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).

California man won't be deported to Mexico - Arizona Republic A federal appeals court has granted a stay of deportation to Los Angeles-area musician and father Jose Gutierrez, who suffered severe head trauma and wound up in a coma after he was subdued by border agents using an "electronic control device." Gutierrez, who arrived in the U.S. as a minor, had been deported and was attempting to return when the scuffle took place. He remains hospitalized.

Second Sikh shooting victim in Sacramento suburb has died - Los Angeles Times Gurmej Atwal, 78, died Friday as a result of last month's shooting attack on him and Surinder Singh, 65, who were strolling near their homes in a Sacramento suburb when they were shot. Singh died at the scene. No arrests have been made.