ACLU Argues in Court for Army Veteran's Citizenship Application
29-year old Yea Ji Sea was born in South Korea but grew up in Los Angeles. She joined the military under a program that would have fast-tracked her naturalization, but her application stalled. Now she faces deportation. The ACLU went to court to ask the federal government to make a decision about Sea’s application for citizenship.
Reporter: Benjamin Gottlieb
Justice Department Borrowing Lawyers from Military to Help Prosecute Migrants
Since last spring, when Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a “zero tolerance" plan to prosecute everyone who crosses the border illegally, the federal courts in San Diego — and elsewhere on the border — have gotten clogged with these cases. One solution? A system of speedy mass hearings, known as Operation Streamline. Another fix? The Justice Department is borrowing lawyers from the military to help prosecute migrants. But that's causing some questions.
Reporter: Polly Stryker
Marijuana Delivery Provision Sparks Disagreement
State cannabis regulators were in Los Angeles on Tuesday to hear public comment on proposed rules covering everything from pot advertising to packaging requirements as they fine-tune the roll-out of legalization. One provision on pot delivery sparked a lot of disagreement.
Reporter: David Wagner
Ranchers Save Livestock from Mendocino Complex Fire
The Mendocino Complex — composed of the Ranch and River fires — has become the largest in recorded state history. There are many ranchers in the area, and they’ve had to get their livestock to safety.
Reporter: Hope McKenney