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In immigration news: CA driver's licenses, anti-executive action lawsuit, half of federal arrests tied to immigration, more

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| 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.

For some immigrant drivers: No more fear of police

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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

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Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) has reportedly been named to chair the Senate committee that oversees immigration. This and more.

In immigration news: House border bill moves forward, CalderĂ³n on immigration, Cuba talks, more

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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.

In immigration news: State of the Union, Garcetti on immigration, scam artists, more

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President Obama gave relatively little mention to immigration during his SOTU address Tuesday. This and more.

MTA may be having second thoughts on Boyle Heights development

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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

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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.

Alhambra police use WeChat as bridge to Chinese immigrants

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China's most popular mobile messaging tool is commonly used by Chinese transplants to Alhambra.