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CIPC responds to today’s vote on Health for All Act

For immediate release: May 28, 2015 Contact: Jon Rodney CIPC responds to today’s vote on Health for All Act   In response to the Senate Appropriations Committee’s vote today on the Health for All Act, Ronald Coleman, Government Affairs Manager at the California Immigrant Policy Center, issued the following statement: Today’s vote is a significant first step…

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POTUS must do more in face of delay

CIPC statement: POTUS must do more in face of delay Contact: Jon Rodney Los Angeles, CA –  In response to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal’s decision refusing to lift a temporary hold on President Obama’s new deportation relief programs, Reshma Shamsunder, Executive Director of the California Immigrant Policy Center, issued the following statement: Yesterday’s…

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Hundreds to converge at Capitol for 19th Annual Immigrant Day

Media advisory for: Monday, May 18, 2015 Contact: Jon Rodney, Carolina Gamero Hundreds of immigrants to converge at Capitol for 19th Annual Immigrant Day With federal progress delayed, immigrants urge state to expand its pro-immigrant blueprint for the nation What: This Monday, hundreds of immigrant Californians and supporters from cities spanning the state will gather…

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Advocates To Urge Governor For Inclusive Investment To Uplift State’s Immigrant Communities

For Immediate Release: May 14, 2015 Contact: Gina Da Silva, gdasilva@caimmigrant.org Advocates To Urge Governor For Inclusive Investment To Uplift State’s Immigrant Communities In the revision of the proposed January budget, Governor Brown has included a $5 million appropriation to support application assistance, through qualified non-profits, for immigrants eligible for deferred action through President Obama’s immigrant relief…

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