California Legislators React to Executive Order Stopping Separation of Migrant Families
California Democratic lawmakers and some legal experts say the president's order to halt the separation of immigrant children from their parents leaves many questions open.
Reporter: Farida Jhabvala Romero
Border Patrol Union Says Opposition to Family Separation Unwarranted
A San Diego spokesman for the National Border Patrol Council says he doesn’t agree with the public outcry on family separations in the first place.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
Bay Area Detention Facilities for Undocumented Youth At or Near Capacity
Some federal contractors providing shelter services for unaccompanied and undocumented youth, including children separated from their parents at the border, have facilities in or around the Bay Area.
Reporter: Peter Jon Shuler
The national immigration debate descended on Sacramento yesterday. Pro-immigrant rights protesters gathered at the city’s federal courthouse ahead of a hearing over California’s sanctuary state policy and two other laws the federal government is suing to strike down.
Reporter: Katie Orr
Cal Linguistics Professor: Language Describing Undocumented Immigrants Damaging
We've been hearing a lot of language in the media recently that's not often used. Terms like: alien children, illegal aliens and inadmissible individuals, to name a few. That got us wondering how words like these affect the psyche of immigrants.
Guest: George Lakoff
The ongoing opioid crisis is the deadliest drug epidemic in American history. To save lives, health workers are using every strategy they have and inventing some new ones along the way. In San Francisco, overdose training is now happening in some pretty unusual places.
Reporter: Laura Klivans