Latino News Roundup for December 28th, 2012

Latino News Roundup Edition from HispanicTips:

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Mexican traffickers plant pot crop in American forests – the activity has spread to 20 states and 67 national forests
     From: www.usatoday.com

Spanish Literacy Obstacle for Some Seeking “Deferred Action”
     From: newamericamedia.org

Iowa DREAMers Won’t Get Licenses – announced Thursday DACA applicants cannot get licenses or state identification cards
     From: abcnews.go.com

As One Immigration Enforcement Program Fades Away, Another Rises – 287g Gets Scaled Back while Secure Communities expanding
     From: abcnews.go.com

Another Bloody Year in Puerto Rico – Though the number of homicides won’t match last year’s record total of 1,122, violent crime remains the most pressing issue as Puerto Rico prepares to bid farewell to 2012.
     From: www.laht.com

Opinion: Temporary victory for Mexican-American studies in Arizona
     From: nbclatino.com

10 Latino Films You Probably Didn’t See in 2012 And Should
     From: music.remezcla.com

Shakira’s boyfriend Gerard Pique reveals their ‘son has been born’, but is it a prank? – Because December 28 is actually the Spanish equivalent to April Fools’ Day
     From: www.mirror.co.uk

Adios 2012: Blogamole Looks Back At The Year’s Greatest Chisme
     From: blogamole.tr3s.com

Alt.Latino – Lo Que Mas Les Gustó: Listeners Pick The Best Music Of 2012
     From: www.npr.org

Culled from these HispanicTips’ Reports

TOP STORIES Hispanic Report for December 28th, 2012
     From: www.hispanictips.com

CULTURA Hispanic Report for December 28th, 2012
     From: www.hispanictips.com

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