[¡Ask a Mexican!] And did Mexicans face legal segregation like African-Americans?
The Anaheim City Council unanimously passed an ordinance last week that imposes a ban on camping in parks and other public spaces while allowing for the confiscation of property deemed "abandoned" and $40,000 for the early opening of the Fullerton Armory Emergency Shelter during the winter to show t ... More >>
See the update at the end of this post about the council vote on second reading. ORIGINAL POST, DEC. 5, 9:39 A.M.: The Lake Forest City Council voted Tuesday night to repeal its ban on registered sex offenders in city parks. These are the same city leaders that last year passed the ordinance establi ... More >>
Just days after District Attorney Tony Rackauckas honored Fountain Valley for approving on first reading a ban on registered sex offenders in city parks--based on a county law he co-wrote--word came that a registered sex offender has sued two cities bordering Fountain Valley and two other Orange Cou ... More >>
A federal judge ruled today that the Orange County District Attorney and Orange Police Department violated due process rights by denying hearings to those the agencies suspected of being gang members, dealing what the American Civil Liberties Union called "a major victory" to those legally oppo ... More >>
What would comprehensive immigration reform look like if the Feds got off their duffs?
[¡Ask a Mexican!] And where does it say that Arizona's infamous SB 1070 is anti-Mexican?
Anti-immigrant think tanks are aiming their dubious statistics at the 14th Amendment
Operation Streamline costs millions, tramples the Constitution, treats migrants like cattle, doesn't work
Professor Ronald Rotunda of Orange's Chapman University School of Law scored some publicity at the confirmation hearings for Elena Kagan when he showed up while wearing a natty bow tie and jacket. He may seem to be of another era, but he's definitely plugged into new technologies--so mu ... More >>
[¡Ask a Mexican!] Also, hot and sexy Latin chicks on telenovelas!
How Fullerton resident Alex Bernal's 1943 battle against housing discrimination helped change the course of American civil rights
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