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California is suing to keep a citizenship question off the 2020 census

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| Secretary of State Alex Padilla said California would "lose big" if the question is added and the state will be fighting it "tooth and nail."

Orange County votes to join Trump's 'sanctuary' lawsuit against California

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The all-Republican Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to join a Trump administration lawsuit against California over its law aimed at protecting immigrants from stepped-up deportations.

Refugee admissions to US have plummeted. Here's what that looks like in SoCal

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More than 1,200 refugees from Iran were resettled in Glendale in the last full fiscal year of the Obama administration. In the past six months, the number is 10.

Los Alamitos moves ahead on 'anti-sanctuary' ordinance

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Other cities could follow Los Alamitos' lead as it seeks to opt out of the state law that restricts police cooperation with immigration agents. But the issue could wind up in the courts.

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Long Beach is latest local city to adopt sanctuary ordinance

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The decision comes as the Trump administration slams state and local polices in California that limit police cooperation with immigration agents.

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Immigration issues drive pro- and anti-Trump debate

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The president's visit to Southern California gives those on both sides of the immigration debate a chance to rally for a slew of issues, including DACA and refugees.

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ACLU sues ICE for allegedly separating 'hundreds' of migrant families

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The American Civil Liberties Union says that U.S. immigration authorities have forcibly separated migrant parents, most of them asylum seekers, from their minor children for no legitimate reason.

The 3 California laws that sparked a lawsuit

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The suit says California is deliberately trying to obstruct immigration enforcement with these recently passed laws. Here's what they do.

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