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In the news this morning: Arizona's legal and fence plans, Chipotle under scrutiny, Muslim imams kicked off flight, more




Arizona's governor to reveal plans for immigration law - CNN Gov. Jan Brewer and Attorney General Tom Horne are announcing today what legal steps, if any, they're prepared to take following an injunction of the state's controversial SB 1070 anti-illegal immigration law.

Chipotle Mexican Grill under scrutiny as federal immigration investigation expands - San Jose Mercury News The Denver-based Chipotle chain has been under criminal investigation by federal immigration authorities. It's one of the highest-profile targets in a new enforcement strategy that focuses on employers.

Ariz. seeks online donations to build border fence - USA Today Lawmakers plan to launch a website to raise money for additional fencing. The use of prison labor is also part of the plan.

After deportation, a family divided - The Washington Post The story of a Texas woman who chose to move her family south after her Mexican-born husband was deported.

Niegan que paisano atacara a Bin Laden - Periódico a.m. In Spanish: The son of Mexican immigrant parents from Southern California who was identified in news reports last week as a Navy SEAL involved in the Osama bin Laden raid has denied his involvement, saying it was a hoax.

Imams thrown off plane seek 'accountability' from airlines, lawyer says - Kansas City Star The two Muslim imams were removed from a flight to Charlotte, North Carolina because the pilot would allegedly not fly with them on board.

Obama to Travel to Texas to Push for Immigration Legislation - Wall Street Journal President Obama travels to Texas on Tuesday to make the case that his administration has worked hard to secure the border, and now it's time to deal with those living and working in the U.S. illegally.