Gov. Brown Sticks to Middle--Signs Some Immigrant Measures, Vetoes Others
Gov. Jerry Brown signed 191 bills over the weekend, but he's making news for his action on three pieces of legislation bearing on the lives of unauthorized immigrants in California.
Brown signed a law that will allow hundreds of thousands of young immigrants -- now eligible for work permits under a new federal policy -- to obtain drivers licenses. But he vetoed two other pieces of legislation, including a bill that would have improved the lot of domestic workers in the state and one that would have protected some undocumented immigrants from having their status checked by federal authorities
KQED's Mina Kim spoke with Los Angeles Time political reporter Anthony York and Asian Law Caucus senior staff attorney Angela Chan.
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