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In immigration news: Senate approves DHS funding bill, settlement may let some repatriated immigrants return, 110K AB 60 driver's licenses, more

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| The DMV says it has issued 110,000 driver's licenses to immigrants without legal status so far under the law known as AB 60. This and more.

Farmers fear legal status for workers would lead them off the farm


Produce growers often rely on workers who are in the U.S. illegally. Some farmers worry that if those workers gain legal status, they will leave agriculture.

Spouses of skilled foreign workers can now get US jobs


A new immigration policy will let spouses of certain H-1B work visa holders apply for work permits starting in May.

In immigration news: Obama seeks emergency ruling on executive action, DHS funding, racially diverse emojis, more


The Obama administration is seeking an emergency court ruling that would let its immigration plan go forward pending an appeal. This and more.

How our parents' political behavior shapes ours


Research shows that politically engaged parents lead to politically engaged children. But parents' political influence takes different forms.

In immigration news: Obama appeals executive action ruling, LA County weighs 'deferred action task force,' work permits for H-4 spouses, more


The Obama administration is appealing a ruling by a federal judge that has temporarily put its immigration plan on hold. This and more.

County supervisors push immigration task force


Three LA County supervisors want to create a task force to help implement President Obama's immigration plan, which is temporarily on hold. A vote is expected today.

Justice Department appeals ruling blocking Obama's immigration plan


The Department of Justice filing says the a federal judge lacked authority to issue an injunction on President Obama's executive action on immigration.