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If Trump Wins: Immigration and Foreign Affairs

Sen. Padilla on the Presidential Debate, Immigration, 2 Years Since Dobbs

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More West Africans Making Risky Journey to US, Where an Uncertain Fate Awaits Them

Rep. Robert Garcia on Trolling the MAGA Warriors in Congress, Sticking Up for Immigrants and LGBTQ Folks

What to Expect When Enrolling Your Child in Transitional Kindergarten

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California Teacher Shortage Hinders Transitional Kindergarten and Bilingual Education Goals

Are Democrats Losing Their Edge With Latino Voters as Biden Closes the Border?

Newsom Faces Backlash for Plan to Cut In-Home Care for Undocumented Disabled Adults