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Supreme Court Justices Should Uphold President’s Actions on Immigration

Will the United States Supreme Court decide President Obama was within his right to grant deferred deportation to some persons in the country illegally because the... Read more »

Piden a Inmigrantes Se Prevengan de Estafas Después de la Audiencia de DAPA y DACA

A raíz de la audiencia ante la Corte Suprema sobre DAPA y la ampliación de DACA, autoridades y expertos advierten a la comunidad inmigrante sobre el riesgo de... Read more »

Commerce: Where Interest and Opportunity Meet

Walmart is always looking for opportunities to better serve our customers in the Southern California region. We give a great deal of thought in selecting our locations... Read more »

Votantes Esperan que Candidatos Presidenciales Tengan Un Plan para el Seguro Social, Revela AARP

AARP reveló recientemente en una encuesta que ocho de cada diez posibles votantes opinan que tener un plan para el Seguro Social es un requisito básico para el... Read more »

Gov. Brown Signs Legislation to Fund Exide Clean-Up

Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation today providing $176.6 million in funding for environmental testing and cleanup work in neighborhoods surrounding the now-shuttered... Read more »

Padres de Niños Indocumentados en California Podrán Inscribirse a Medi-Cal

Organizaciones de California trabajan para que los padres de los miles de niños indocumentados que residen en California aprovechen desde el 16 de mayo próximo... Read more »

‘Clean Up Green Up’ Measure Approved Benefits Boyle Heights

The Los Angeles City Council last week unanimously approved an anti-pollution measure that will benefit the communities of Boyle Heights, Pacoima/Sun Valley and... Read more »

Jueces Parecen Estar Divididos en el Caso de Inmigración

El ambiente era de celebración, como si ya hubieran ganado. En realidad, la victoria, la derrota o un empate en un caso que podría determinar el futuro de millones... Read more »

Justices Appear Divided On Immigration Case

The atmosphere was celebratory, as if they had already won. In reality, victory, defeat or a draw in a case that could determine the future of millions of immigrants... Read more »

L.A. Workers Close to Double Number of Paid Sick Leave

The City Council Tuesday tentatively approved a proposal to require employers in Los Angeles to offer at least six days of paid sick leave to workers — twice the... Read more »

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