Brown acts on driver’s license, deportation bills, Los Angeles Times, October 1, 2012,0,4581699.story

TRUST Act Vetoed: California Gov. Jerry Brown Calls Limits On Immigration Enforcement ‘Flawed,’ October 1, 2012

A Flood of Applications, With a Trickle of Approvals, September 27, 2012

As of Thursday the agency, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, had received more than 100,000 applications, officials said, with more than 63,000 in the last stages of review. But so far the agency has confirmed only 29 approvals.

In Texas Conviction, an Immigrant Rallying Cry, September 26, 2005

Deportation Deferrals Put Employers of Immigrants in a Bind, September 25, 2005

California’s community colleges staggering during hard times, Los Angeles Times, September 22, 2012,0,3310236.story

Terry S. Johnson, North Carolina Sheriff, And Deputies Accused Of Discrimination And Targeting Of Latinos For Deportation, September 19, 2012

According to the federal report, Johnson referred to Latinos as “taco eaters” prone to drinking, drug dealing and other crimes. He ordered special roadblocks in neighborhoods were Latinos live, during which those with brown skin were stopped while whites were waved through.

Johnson also ordered his deputies to arrest motorists who appeared Latino – even for minor traffic infractions – while letting white drivers off with warnings, according to the report. His deputies, in turn, were as much as 10 times more likely to stop Latino drivers than non-Latinos, according the federal review of the department’s traffic stop records. Hispanics make up only 11 percent of the county’s population.

Arizona Immigration Law’s Most Contentious Section Can Now Be Enforced By Police, Judge Says, September 18, 2012

‘Deferred action’ program puts strain on L.A. Unified, September 16, 2012 L.A. Times,0,5726990.story

Study: Non Latinos Buy Into Stereotypes About Hispanic Americans, September 12, 2012

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