Senator Pro Tem Kevin De León, D-Los Angeles, speaks in a press conference on Dec. 5 at the State Capitol joined by other legislators to announce a flurry of immigration bills including a resolution condemning Trump’s threats of massive deportations and building a wall between México and the United States that were debated on, discussed and eventually passed last Monday from the Assembly and Senate floors.
Senator Pro Tem Kevin De León, D-Los Angeles, speaks in a press conference on Dec. 5 at the State Capitol joined by other legislators to announce a flurry of immigration bills including a resolution condemning Trump’s threats of massive deportations and building a wall between México and the United States that were debated on, discussed and eventually passed last Monday from the Assembly and Senate floors. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com
Senator Pro Tem Kevin De León, D-Los Angeles, speaks in a press conference on Dec. 5 at the State Capitol joined by other legislators to announce a flurry of immigration bills including a resolution condemning Trump’s threats of massive deportations and building a wall between México and the United States that were debated on, discussed and eventually passed last Monday from the Assembly and Senate floors. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com

California lawmakers determined to take a stand against Trump

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