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April 10, 2012



Hispanic Poll Shows Loss of Confidence in Economy, U.S.

"A new survey by The Libre Initiative of U.S. Hispanics and Latinos tells a tale of shrinking confidence in the next generation of Hispanic Americans to be financially better off. A majority believe the persistent adverse economic conditions, the current unsustainability of government spending, government cronyism and the unfettered regulatory overreach are taking the country in the wrong direction and making the American dream less attainable."

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India Challenges Visa Fees at WTO

"India has launched a complaint at the World Trade Organisation over the cost of U.S. work visas, which it says are too high and discriminate against a group of Indian IT firms, in the latest sign of prickly trade ties between the two allies. The complaint is at the level of WTO 'consultations' between the two parties - the last step to resolve a disagreement before entering a full-fledged legal dispute," Reuters reports.

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Mid-Air Birth No Bar to Citizenship

"A baby born in midair on a U.S.-bound plane is doing well, and the father claims the newborn is American -- though the boy was actually born over African airspace to a Nigerian mother," Reuters reports. "The [U.S. State Department's Foreign Affairs Manual] states that general U.S. citizenship laws apply to babies born on planes outside U.S. territory. One law grants citizenship if one of the baby's parents is a U.S. citizen who's lived in the country for at least one continuous year."

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