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In the news this morning: The Dream Act returns, Obama on immigration reform in El Paso, Utah immigration law blocked, more

Democrats to reintroduce DREAM Act - Scott Wong - Politico Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin and other Democrats are announcing the reintroduction of the bill this morning. The proposed legislation would grant conditional legal status to certain undocumented youths who arrived as minors.

Obama, in border visit, renews call for immigration reform - The Washington Post President Obama declared yesterday in El Paso that “we have strengthened border security beyond what many believed was possible,” while rallying support for broader reforms.

Ga. college student a reluctant immigration symbol - Associated Press College student Jessica Colotl was charged with driving without a license before she was turned over to immigration authorities and detained.

Federal judge blocks Utah immigration law - Reuters A federal judge yesterday temporarily blocked a controversial Utah immigration law that required police to check the immigration status of those they detain for serious crimes.

Muslim Americans split on impact of bin Laden's death on their communities - USA Today Opinions differ on whether the death of Osama bin Laden will have any effect on the public perceptions that have plagued Muslims in the U.S. for nearly a decade.

Mosque Controversy: 'Bomb Making' Sign Riles Neighbors - ABC News The neighbors of a mosque in Amherst, N.Y. posted a sign in their yard that reads, "Bomb Making: Next Driveway."