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Trump Administration Tightens Self-Sufficiency Rule for Legal Immigrants

  In 1996, Congress passed two bipartisan measures that were signed into law by President...

Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities Act Gives Victims Recourse Against Sanctuary Jurisdictions

Imagine losing a loved one in a terrible crime or accident only to learn the perpetrator...

Housing Development Sparks Backlash in California

  Decades of unprecedented population growth has taken its toll on California. Cities in...

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Peter Nunez Sheds Light on How the U.S. Is Encouraging Illegal Immigration

  In a recent opinion editorial published in the San Diego Union-Tribune, former federal...

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'Angel Dad' Calls For Disbarring Illegal Immigrant Appointed To CA Government Post

Don Rosenberg, father of the deceased Drew Rosenberg, and CAPS Spokesman was recently on Fox News to discuss a controversy in California surrounding Lizbeth Mateo, 33, an illegal immigrant who was appointed to a government post in California. 

Sanctuary City Los Angeles Has 58,000 Homeless People

While President Trump and Congress debate the future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Californian cities provide sanctuary to illegal aliens, there is another group of destitute people whose plight seems to be overlooked.

Salt marshes will vanish in less than a century if seas keep rising and California keeps building, study finds

Squeezed between rising seas and coastal development, salt marshes in California, including this one in Newport Beach, have nowhere to go and could vanish in less than a century, according to a new study.

By: Rosanna Xia
February 21, 2018
Los Angeles Times

On one side, there's the rising ocean. On the other, rising buildings.
 

There’s Something in California’s Air, and It’s Awful

By Maria Fotopoulos
January 8, 2018
NOOZHAWK Santa Barbara
 
When we were planning a move to Los Angeles some 25 years ago, my marching orders when looking for a place to live were “Santa Monica or the Westside, close to the water.” Those are desirable places to live, yes, but the overriding factor was air quality — better air closer to the water was the thinking.
 

California's Deadly Wildfires

California's Deadly Wildfires 

California's Immense Population Growth has made wildfires more deadly 

Smog Is Getting Worse In LA, Confounding Experts


By Socal Patch Staff
November 15, 2017
Brentwood Patch
 

LOS ANGELES, CA — Southern California smog worsened for a second straight year in the latest sign that progress in cleaning the nation's most polluted air is faltering, it was reported Wednesday.

Immigration uproar looms over trial in Kate Steinle’s death

By Bob Egelko
October 23, 2017
San Francisco Chronicle
 
Kate Steinle’s shooting death on a San Francisco pier in July 2015 by a man who had been deported multiple times escalated quickly from a crime to the subject of a nationwide furor over illegal immigration.

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