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6 ways Trump's win could change California's economy

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| Like just about everyone else, economists at the UCLA Anderson Forecast were assuming Hillary Clinton would win. Now they have to recalibrate.

California weighs bills to protect immigrants under Trump

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The moves come as the nation's most populous state prepares for tougher immigration enforcement promised by Trump during the presidential campaign.

How Ben Carson at HUD could impact Los Angeles housing

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In his latest cabinet member choice, President-elect Trump surprised many when he tapped former GOP presidential rival Dr. Ben Carson for Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

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California attorney general pick pledges affront to Trump

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"If you want to take on a forward-leaning state that is prepared to defend its rights and interests, then come at us," U.S. Rep. Xavier Becerra said, hours after he was nominated by Gov. Jerry Brown.

What California could build with Trump's trillion-dollar infrastructure plan

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Big questions remain about whether the Trump plan to privatize infrastructure construction would build what California really needs.

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Health care advice for unauthorized immigrants and 'Dreamers'

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Donald Trump's election raises questions about whether California will be able to continue offering Medi-Cal to some in the U.S. illegally.

Trump's immigration plan could expand private detention problems

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Existing problems, such as inadequate health care and legal aid could be "very strongly exacerbated" by a ramp up of private sites, says Charis Kubrin of UC Irvine.

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California public colleges call on Trump to continue DACA

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In an open letter to President-elect Donald Trump, the heads of California's public colleges called for the continuation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program.

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