The Week in Culture: Latina Teen Pregnancy Rate Down, Mitt Romney's Immigration Plan, and More!

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Here's what happened in the world this week, in case you missed it!

- Latina teen pregnancy dropped 33 percent, reaching its lowest point since 1976. The biggest factor? Contraception. [Latina.com

- Mitt Romney’s immigration plan leaves out undocumented grads. [Huffingtonpost.com]

- Gawker, the snarky news site, launched a new regular feature detailing the Mexican drug wars. Interesante. [Latina.com]

- A Cuban-American will head the national council of La Raza.  [NPR

- Paraguay may impeach its President Fernando Lugo. Yikes! [Fox News Latino]

- Do you think differently in Spanish and English? Maybe. [Being Latino

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