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How the travel ban might play out in Los Angeles

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| In reinstating a partial travel ban, the Supreme Court said those who lack established ties to a person, workplace, or other U.S. entity could be temporarily barred.

Lincoln Heights father fighting deportation wins one victory

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A judge set aside a 1998 misdemeanor conviction against Romulo Avelica Gonzalez, who immigration agents arrested after he dropped off a daughter at school.

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Trump administration lets DACA stand for now

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The Trump administration says it won’t shut down the program that allows young immigrants to live and work temporarily in the U.S., but its future is unclear.

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Courts weigh Trump travel ban; some say damage already done

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Some of those affected in Southern California say the ban has already had a chilling effect on local families bringing in relatives and those helping asylum seekers.

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Bill would block CA landlords from threatening tenants with deportation

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A bill from Assemblymember David Chiu, D-San Francisco, would bar landlords from making threats against tenants using their undocumented immigration status.

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At LA town hall, Sen. Feinstein grilled on health care, Syria and Trump

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Hundreds filled First AME Church in South Los Angeles to lob questions at California senior senator and question if she's tough enough on President Trump.

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LA mayor sets ambitious goals in uncertain times

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Mayor Eric Garcetti today delivered his annual State of the City address, highlighting plans to house the homeless, increase jobs, and protect the environment.

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SoCal Dreamer 'repatriated' to Mexico files lawsuit

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A 23-year-old California student is suing the federal government to learn its reasons for returning him to Mexico despite what his attorneys say is his DACA status.