Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets all over the country on Saturday -- tens of thousands in California -- to protest the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy toward immigrants.
Reporter: Sonja Hutson
Pro- and Anti-Immigration Protesters Gather at Migrant Youth Detention Facility in San Diego.
For all the debate about immigration and the border, it comes down to this: There are kids inside facilities who are not with their families. We hear from a couple of people outside a shelter for unaccompanied minors in east San Diego County who feel deeply about what’s happening.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Public outrage over the separation of parents and children at the border is transforming into action. A church in San Diego's Normal Heights district has launched a network of help for asylum-seekers who are waiting for their cases to be heard.
Reporter: Jean Guerrero
Zero Tolerance Policy Just One More Obstacle, Migrant Families Say
In many ways the Trump administration's immigration policy has introduced many Americans to the realities of a border system that both political parties call broken. But for one Mexican family fleeing violence and requesting asylum at the U.S. border, zero tolerance is nothing new, but rather just business as usual.
Reporter: Alex Hall
Orange County Struggles With How to Address Homelessness
The budget Gov. Jerry Brown signed last week includes new money to help address homelessness. But at the local level, it's a struggle to set up new support services. Sometimes the resistance comes from the proposed neighbors; sometimes from politicians who don't want to upset them. In May, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was quoted as saying Orange County is "a few years behind” L.A. in getting to the point where officials are willing to insist, over public objections. That didn't sit well with Orange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer, who fired back in a Los Angeles Times op-ed.
Guest: Todd Spitzer