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Records from 1970 death of journalist Ruben Salazar may be released

| The Los Angeles Times and 89.3 KPCC report that L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca has decided to reconsider a decision to keep investigation records sealed in the death of former LAT columnist and KMEX-TV news director Ruben Salazar, killed by a deputy forty years ago this month.

Taco nosh!

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In the news this morning

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Good morning. I have bilingual code-switching on the brain after posting on the phenomenon yesterday. So here are las últimas noticias:

Ramadan begins

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El code-switching es normal, experts say

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Longest waits for immigrant visas: August

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Source: Visa Bulletin for August 2010, U.S. Department of State

In the news this morning

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Buenos días. Here are a few of the top stories this morning, immigration-wise:

14th Amendment, Section 1

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With so much being reported on the political debate over the 14th Amendment - that which grants U.S. citizenship to people born in this country, and to immigrants who become naturalized - it might help to know just what some GOP lawmakers are discussing as they suggest revisions to end automatic citizenship, now a constitutional right, for children of undocumented immigrants.