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In the news this morning: Preparing for deferred action, California as 'anti-Arizona,' image of Muslim woman used as Navy target, more

Groups seek to help immigrants prepare for deportation reprieve - California Watch An Asian American group is among those helping young undocumented immigrants prepare to seek deferred action, a temporary reprieve from deportation as recently announced by the Obama administration.

In California, immigration bill designed as the "anti-Arizona" - Reuters Some California legislators are pushing a bill that would limit the state's cooperation with federal immigration authorities on the controversial Secure Communities enforcement program.

Obama urges immigration reform at citizenship ceremony - MSNBC In a White House naturalization ceremony yesterday for members of the military, President Obama talked about his recent move to grant temporary legal status to some young undocumented immigrants, and urged further immigration reforms.

Muslim Group Turns Up Heat on Navy Over Target Images - U.S. News & World Report The U.S. Navy has removed its targets showing "a Muslim woman aiming a handgun" from a training facility in Virginia following pressure from a Muslim civil rights group, but has yet to explain why the image was used.

Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Profiling Lawsuit to Proceed - Fox News Latino A trial in the ethnic profiling lawsuit regarding the practices of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his staff is set to start July 19, but questions over which judge should handle the case might push it back to November.