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Los Alamitos upholds ordinance blocking state sanctuary law

Jill Replogle
| The tiny OC city is leading the local movement against the California Values Act, which limits law enforcement cooperation with immigration officials.

This LA way station for WWII detainees gets a historical marker 76 years after closing

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More than 2,000 immigrants, mostly Japanese but also Italian and German, were held there before many were sent to internment camps during WWII. Advocates for the designation want the historic monument to eventually extend into an oak grove, where the buildings actually stood.

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Immigration judge orders release of street vendor who became rallying point

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A street vendor arrested in San Bernardino County for selling corn without a license now faces deportation. She was held for six months before an immigration judge ordered her release on $1,500 bail.

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Gov. Brown will deploy Cal Guard troops, but not for immigration enforcement

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In a letter addressed to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and Defense Secretary James Mattis, the governor outlined the scope of state troops' mission.

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National Guard troops start arriving at US-Mexico border, except in California

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Governor Jerry Brown's spokesman said California officials still are reviewing President Trump's troop request.

Can Trump ask Cal Guard to report for border duty?

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President Trump announced this week he wants to send American troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to prevent illegal crossings and drug smuggling.

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Trump order will send National Guard troops to Mexican border

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The move has many precedents. Every president since Ronald Reagan has called on the National Guard for limited, temporary missions along the frontier.

Huntington Beach is the latest city to sue state over 'sanctuary' law

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The city of 200,000 people is the latest to take action over the law passed by California's Democratic legislature to fend off the Trump administration's stepped up deportations.