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In the news this morning: Bill to repeal SB 1070 planned, another proposed schools crackdown in Missouri, TPS extended for Salvadorans, mor

Democrats plan to introduce bill to repeal SB 1070 - Arizona Republic Arizona Democrats plan to introduce a bill in hopes of repealing the state's controversial SB 1070 anti-illegal immigration law, though chances of success would be slim in the Republican-dominated state legislature.

Proposal would require Missouri schools to verify students' immigration status - Kansas City Star Republican state Sen. Will Kraus is sponsoring legislation that would require public schools to check students' immigration status, similar to a provision of an Alabama law recently blocked by a federal judge.

Romney goes up with Spanish ad in Florida - CNN The ad, titled "Nosotros" (Spanish for "us") features the GOP front-runner's son speaking in Spanish, as well as Romney himself at the end. Which makes sense given their family roots.

U.S. extends deportation hold for some Salvadorans - Orange County Register U.S. officials have announced an extension of temporary protected status for more than 200,000 Salvadoran nationals through 2013, which protects them from deportation.

Fifty held for selling US documents to illegal migrants - BBC News U.S. authorities say the suspects were allegedly selling the identities of thousands of Puerto Ricans, who are U.S. citizens, to undocumented immigrants.