Arizona’s law criminalizing undocumented immigrants is still the biggest story in Spanish-language news, with media outlets covering statements from Obama Administration officials, a few silver linings among the effects of the law, and the anti-immigrant organizations that helped put it together.

The Spanish-language press devotes extensive coverage to Saturday’s immigration rallies, which drew hundreds of thousands of people across the country, and to continued reactions to the Arizona law criminalizing undocumented immigrants.

Democrats introduce “Framework”. Today, the Spanish-Language press highlights the new framework for legislation for comprehensive immigration by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and the reaction of President Barack Obama to the proposal. Sample headlines include.

The Spanish-language press focuses on the release of a framework for immigration reform designed by Democratic senators Harry Reid (D-NV), Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Robert Menendez (D-NJ). Meanwhile, attacks on Arizona for its anti-immigrant law continue, and the Trail of DREAMs students arrive in Washington.

The Spanish-language press finds setbacks for comprehensive immigration reform on Capitol Hill, as Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says it won’t happen until 2012 and Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) says it won’t happen until after climate change legislation. But across the country, the urgency of reform is driving a call to march this Saturday, May 1.

The Spanish-language press continues to write editorials and op-ed columns attacking the newly-passed Arizona state law SB 1070, which criminalizes undocumented immigrants, joining the outcry of the international community. Other outlets explore the economic impact of the law on the state.

The Spanish-language media focuses on the passage of Arizona state law SB 1070, which criminalizes undocumented immigrants, and its immediate effects: a boycott of Arizona businesses andrenewed calls for comprehensive immigration reform.

The Spanish-language media continues to watch Arizona, where Governor Jan Brewer is expected to sign the criminalization bill SB 1070 in the next few days. Meanwhile, as nationwide demonstrations on May 1st for comprehensive immigration reform approach,Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is pushing for action in the Senate.

The Spanish-language media highlights a bipartisan appeal to stop deporting DREAM Act students, while keeping attention on Arizona’s criminalization bill and the shifting prospects for comprehensive immigration reform in Congress.

The Spanish-language press continues to focus on Arizona bill SB 1070, which would criminalize undocumented immigrants. Demonstrations for comprehensive reform planned for May 1st and comments from a senator indicating Congress may take up reform next month are also noted.