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Tragedy in SF

For immediate release: July 6, 2015 Contact: Jon Rodney In response to the tragic murder of Kathryn Steinle, the California Immigrant Policy Center releases the following statement: The murder of Kathryn Steinle was an act of tragic, senseless violence. We express our deepest condolences to Ms. Steinle’s family and loved ones as they mourn this…

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CA civil rights groups slam latest DHS deception

For immediate release: June 17, 2015 Contact: Jon Rodney CA civil rights groups slam latest DHS deception, Urge locals to steer clear of delayed deportation program 2015.6.17 – In the wake of new evidence that the “Priority Enforcement Program” (PEP) will contain serious constitutional flaws which could trap local governments in costly litigation, California civil rights groups are…

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CIPC Statement: Budget deal a “ray of hope” for CA’s immigrant communities, but more work on the horizon

For immediate release: June 16, 2015 Contact: Jon Rodney CIPC Statement: Budget deal a “ray of hope” for CA’s immigrant communities, but more work on the horizon 2015.6.16 –  In response to the budget agreement reached by Gov. Brown and California Legislative leadership today, Reshma Shamasunder, Executive Director of the California Immigrant Policy Center, issued…

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CIPC responds to Senate’s landmark passage of SB 4

For immediate release: June 2, 2015 Contact: Jon Rodney CIPC reacts to landmark passage of SB 4 to expand health care for undocumented Californians Sacramento – Moments ago, with an initial vote of 28-11, the California State Senate approved SB 4, by Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens), to expand health care for undocumented Californians. Below is a statement from Reshma…

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