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Mitt Romney in L.A. Today, Will Address Hispanic Group On Topic of Immigration

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GOP candidate Mitt Romney is in town today, and he brings with him some choice words for the Hispanic community.

According to Reuters, the presidential hopeful will address the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and will talk about his big plans for fixing the country's immigration system.

Remarks released from the campaign have Romney saying, "I believe we can all agree that what we need are fair and enforceable immigration laws that will stem the flow of illegal immigration, while strengthening legal immigration."

He's also going to address national debt and budget deficits. Later this afternoon, he'll head to Costa Mesa to do a little fundraising.