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In the news this morning: ICE deportation reviews underway but face union resistance, how Canada's immigration rules affect U.S., more

Immigration courtrooms silent during ICE review - The Associated Press Federal prosecutors in Denver and Baltimore are reviewing thousands of deportation cases to determine which undocumented immigrants might be spared removal, part of an Obama administration policy change that has met with political resistance.

Canada's tightening immigration policy may be felt in U.S. - Los Angeles Times Restrictions to what was once a fairly open asylum policy in Canada have drawn attention since it became known that the suspect in recent arsons Los Angeles arson attacks entered the U.S. after being denied asylum in Canada.

Union fight interrupts immigration reviews - CBS News Resistance from the union that represents U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to deportation case reviews, as ordered by the Obama administration, is slowing down the process and "leaving many families in limbo."

Republican Immigration Tone Remains Elephant in the Room - Fox News Latino Efforts are being made to "drown out what critics call an increasingly anti-Hispanic tone" as GOP presidential candidates continue their campaigns.

Banning ethnic studies won't end idea - The Arizona Republic An opinion piece regarding an Arizona administrative judge's ruling last week that the Tucson school district's Mexican-American-studies program violated a state law, paving the way for its elimination.