Immigration & Emerging Communities
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Senate Democrats seek to stop a House bill that would undo President Obama's executive action from reaching the Senate floor. This and more.
The brick building on the corner of First and Alameda is being razed to make way for a new subway station opening in 2020.
Now that the MTA plans to go back to the drawing board on development for Mariachi Plaza, what do residents and merchants want? It depends on who you ask.
In immigration news: Texas v. United States, White House pushes economic benefits, Cuban migration on the rise, more
Nevada and Tennessee are the latest to join a multi-state lawsuit that seeks to block President Obama's executive immigration order from taking effect. This and more.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is one of a long list of mayors who have signed an amicus brief supporting President Obama's executive order on immigration.
In immigration news: CA driver's licenses, anti-executive action lawsuit, half of federal arrests tied to immigration, more
More than 25,000 immigrants have already received special California driver's licenses under AB 60, and are putting them to use on the road. This and more.
More than 25,000 immigrants have already received driver's licenses under the new law. Many were already driving--though fearfully.
In immigration news: Sessions set to chair Senate immigration panel, executive action could be hard to revoke, more
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) has reportedly been named to chair the Senate committee that oversees immigration. This and more.
A GOP-backed House bill that calls for more border security has passed in committee, with a floor vote expected next week. This and more.
President Obama gave relatively little mention to immigration during his SOTU address Tuesday. This and more.
A proposal to develop retail and medical office space at Mariachi Plaza has drawn controversy. MTA suggests it may have second thoughts.
In immigration news: Border bill, California health policies, how Alhambra cops reach Chinese immigrants, more
A House committee is set to begin marking up a new border bill this week that would authorize 27 new miles of fence. This and more.
China's most popular mobile messaging tool is commonly used by Chinese transplants to Alhambra.
New stores moving into downtown Santa Ana’s historic Latino shopping district have raised questions about the city’s identity.
Agents who book trips to Cuba are bracing for more demand, days after the Obama administration relaxed its rules. But travelers must still go for a specific purpose.