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Latino USA

Story: Latino USA's Maria Hinojosa speaks with Yuma, Arizona Mayor Larry Nelson about being the first border town to receive National Guard troops and with associate professor Ramiro Martinez Jr. about his new book, "Immigration and Crime: Race, Ethnicity and Violence." Latino USA producers bring a sound montage of stateside World Cup fans. Maria Hinojosa speaks with Univision news anchor Maria Elena Salinas about her new book, "I Am My Father's Daughter, Living a Life Without Secrets." Columnist Raul Reyes shares his experiences of growing up bi-cultural in America.

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