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Bill would block CA landlords from threatening tenants with deportation

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| A bill from Assemblymember David Chiu, D-San Francisco, would bar landlords from making threats against tenants using their undocumented immigration status.

How did May Day become a day for immigrant rights marches?

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The day long known as International Workers' Day around the world is marked in the United States as a time when marchers take to the streets for immigrant rights.

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SoCal Dreamer 'repatriated' to Mexico files lawsuit

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A 23-year-old California student is suing the federal government to learn its reasons for returning him to Mexico despite what his attorneys say is his DACA status.

Deported veterans hoping to return to US after Brown pardons crimes

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The three veterans pardoned are not the only non-citizen military veterans who've been deported. But the three hope they can return with their crimes now pardoned.

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5 things to know about prosecution of immigration offenses

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U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has issued a memo to federal prosecutors urging them to make certain immigration offenses "higher priorities," including in cases where people illegally cross the border multiple times.

LA County supervisors weigh immigrant legal aid

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Under the proposal, the county would contribute up to $3 million to a fund that would combine money from the city of Los Angeles and philanthropic groups to create a $10 million resource for immigrants' legal defense. Immigrants convicted of violent felonies would be excluded from help.

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Mexican governors address LA city officials

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The conversation between seven governors of Mexican states and LA City Council members was dominated by immigration and trade in the Trump era.

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California lawmakers vote for stronger immigrant protections

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Lawmakers passed a bill Thursday to prohibit law enforcement from detaining a crime victim or witness for a suspected or actual immigration violation.