Morning Briefing: Romney Expected To Finally Address Obama’s Immigration Directive In Speech To Latinos

— Mitt Romney’s views on immigration will be the focus of attention Thursday when he “addresses the annual meeting of the National Assn. of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials in Orlando.” The candidate has yet to say if he agrees with President Obama’s immigration directive and a ThinkProgress analysis found that only one Republican supports the move.

— “White Americans have 22 times more wealth than blacks — a gap that nearly doubled during the Great Recession.”

— Opponents of Obamacare have spent $235 million on ads to shape public opinion against the health care law, while supporters of reform have doled out just $69 million to promote it:

— And finally: The Atlantic has a profile of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s (R) unrequited love for Bruce Springsteen. Christie, the magazine writes, “is a very large man who dances at Springsteen concerts in front of many thousands of people without giving a damn what they think.”