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In the news this morning: Another challenge to birthright citizenship, Three Kings Day, the ethnic studies battle in Arizona and more

Several states want court ruling on birthright citizenship - The Washington Post A report from yesterday's announcement by Republican state legislators of their plans to challenge birthright citizenship. In the next few weeks, several state legislatures are expected to introduce bills that proponents hope will force a judicial reinterpretation of the 14th Amendment.

Steve King Moves Forward on Bill to End Birthright Citizenship - Political Hotsheet - CBS News The Republican representative from Iowa and new head of a House immigration panel introduced a bill yesterday that would amend the Immigration and Nationality Act, also hoping to end automatic U.S. citizenship for children of undocumented immigrants.

Who Celebrates Three Kings Day? What's with the Camels?! - Fox News Latino January 6 is Three Kings Day, a Catholic holiday that celebrates the Three Wise Men's arrival at the nativity scene with gifts of frankincense, myrrh and gold. It's a tradition in Latin America, and here as well.

Exhausted Texas Sheriffs Say No to Arizona-Style Immigration Law - Fox News El Paso County's sheriff was expected to join immigrant advocacy groups today in denouncing bills that target undocumented immigrants as bad for the state's economy and constitutionally unfeasible.

Tucson Has 60 Days to Shut Down Ethnic Studies Classes - ColorLines The Tucson Unified School District must halt the classes or endure the loss of nearly $15 million in state funding.