Taiwanese Community Still Trying To Understand Church Shooting In Orange County
Sunday’s shooting at a gathering of Taiwanese American Presbyterians in Orange County has shaken that community in Southern California. It's upsetting the older generation the most.
Reporter: Josie Huang, KPCC
Dreamers Call For Better Protections
This week, more than 40 so-called “Documented Dreamers” are in Washington D.C. They’re lobbying lawmakers to pass legislation that would protect young people who’ve aged out of their families’ immigration applications.
Reporter: Rachael Myrow, KQED
Immigrant Advocates Push For Faster Action In Sacramento
Immigrant advocates are pleased with Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposal that would make California the first state in the nation to extend safety net health coverage to all residents, regardless of immigration status. But with a massive surplus, advocates say it's time for the state to go even further.
Reporter: Tyche Hendricks, KQED
Report Finds ICE Circumventing Privacy Laws To Gain Access To Personal Data
California has some of the most stringent privacy laws in the country, including protecting the personal data of immigrants. But a two-year investigation by the Georgetown Law Center on Privacy and Technology has found that Immigration and Customs Enforcement has used a range of surveillance tactics to circumvent state privacy laws, including California’s.
Guest: Dan Bateyko, Research Coordinator, Georgetown Law Center on Privacy & Technology
California Health Officials Issue Warning Amid Baby Formula Shortage
In response to national shortages of baby formula, President Biden has invoked the Defense Production Act to speed production and has authorized the Defense Department to use commercial planes to import formula from overseas that meet U.S. standards. The shortage is also prompting warnings from California health officials.
Reporter: Jackie Fortier, KPCC