To address questions about the recently announced deferred action policy, immigration attorneys and an undocumented community member held a press conference at Dolores Street Community Services on Valencia Street on Wednesday.
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The Asian Law Caucus attorney has been working to change the current sanctuary city policy.
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Sanctuary law puts supervisors at a stand-off with mayor.
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The Public Safety Committee voted in favor of increasing sanctuary protections for minors facing deportation.
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Campos and mayor square off over policy on undocumented juveniles.
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