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In the news this morning: A disconnect between DHS agencies, a possible Dream Act vote before November, winning Latino voters, more

Report: Immigration, Border Security Agencies Still At Odds - Fronteras Desk More than ten years after the 9/11 attacks, which prompted a reorganization of the nation's immigration agencies, the federal agencies that handle immigration and border security issues are still having problems with communication and the ability to link databases.

Reid hoping renewed interest in Dream Act will give party a boost - Las Vegas Sun Nevada's Sen. Harry Reid may bring up the reintroduced Dream Act for a vote before November in hopes of boosting Democrats' position with Latino voters, as it did in 2010. The bill would provide conditional legal status for certain undocumented young people who arrived in the U.S. before age 16.

Who Will Win Over America's Latino Voters? - NPR According to one demographer, if President Obama "can get the margin that he got in 2008 from Latino voters, he would get that 75 percent of the minority vote," which could go a long way toward his winning re-election.

Ala. immigration law puts school play on hold - Albany Times-Union An Alabama high school's production of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" was put on hold after a New York licensing house, which owns rights to the play, declined to submit a document that was required as part of the state's new anti-illegal immigration law.

Bravo's Lates Reality Show: 'Shahs Of Sunset' - NPR On the latest ethnic reality TV series, this time with a cast of Muslim and Jewish Iranian Americans in Los Angeles.