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The Trump administration has filed a lawsuit against California in the Sacramento federal court Tuesday that names Gov. Jerry Brown and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra as defendants.

Trump administration sues California for its sanctuary state legislation

President Donald Trump’s administration sued California on Tuesday over its sanctuary state policies. The lawsuit, which was filed in the federal court in Sacramento, targets three California laws that protect undocumented immigrants from federal agencies. Read more...

Photo: The Trump administration has filed a lawsuit against California in the Sacramento federal court Tuesday that names Gov. Jerry Brown and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra as defendants.

The Trump administration has filed a lawsuit against California in the Sacramento federal court Tuesday that names Gov. Jerry Brown and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra as defendants.

Gilbert Cedillo, a city councilmember who helped write the California Dream Act, said he thinks the immigrant community should help Democrats gain a majority in Congress in 2018. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Labor and workplace studies class hosts forum on issues immigrants face

National and local elected officials led about 300 people in chants of “Student power,” “This is what democracy looks like,” and “We are light, learners, leaders,” at UCLA’s Northwest Campus Auditorium on Monday evening. Read more...

Photo: Gilbert Cedillo, a city councilmember who helped write the California Dream Act, said he thinks the immigrant community should help Democrats gain a majority in Congress in 2018. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Gilbert Cedillo, a city councilmember who helped write the California Dream Act, said he thinks the immigrant community should help Democrats gain a majority in Congress in 2018. (MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

Chelsea Manning, who spent seven years in prison for espionage, said at an event Monday she thought it felt scary to have access to other people's personal data, when she worked as a data analyst for the U.S. military. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Former military data analyst talks privacy violations, personal identity

Chelsea Manning said she thinks government-sponsored data collection undermines individual liberties at an event Monday. “I value the fact that working with data, it’s not (just) data – it’s people, its lives,” she said. Read more...

Photo: Chelsea Manning, who spent seven years in prison for espionage, said at an event Monday she thought it felt scary to have access to other people's personal data, when she worked as a data analyst for the U.S. military. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Chelsea Manning, who spent seven years in prison for espionage, said at an event Monday she thought it felt scary to have access to other people's personal data, when she worked as a data analyst for the U.S. military. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)


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UCLA students protest for comprehensive gun control laws

A nationwide political movement reached UCLA when students protested the lack of comprehensive gun control laws on campus Thursday afternoon. About 20 students gathered at Janss Steps to march around Royce Quad, chanting “Hey ho, hey ho, the NRA must go.” Sydney Sacker, a fourth-year communication student, said she organized the walkout on Facebook after being moved by Stoneman Douglas High School students advocating for gun control in Washington, D.C. Read more...

Photo: (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

(Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (right) spoke about economic benefits of tax legislation enacted this year and shared his thoughts on sanctions as a tool for curtailing international human rights abuses. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Treasury secretary delivers lecture on economic policies, sanctions

This post was updated Feb. 28 at 7:43 p.m. Treasury Department secretary, Steven Mnuchin, announced Monday a new round of sanctions against Russia to be enacted within 30 days, and said he thinks recent tax cuts passed by Congress will result in increased economic growth in the U.S. Read more...

Photo: Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (right) spoke about economic benefits of tax legislation enacted this year and shared his thoughts on sanctions as a tool for curtailing international human rights abuses. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (right) spoke about economic benefits of tax legislation enacted this year and shared his thoughts on sanctions as a tool for curtailing international human rights abuses. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA Undergraduate Admission said disciplinary actions for students who participate in peaceful protests or civil actions will not jeopardize their admission or scholarships status. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA says it will not penalize applicants for participation in protests

UCLA has joined nearly 50 other colleges and universities across the country to reassure applicants that participating in political protests will not affect their admission prospects. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Undergraduate Admission said disciplinary actions for students who participate in peaceful protests or civil actions will not jeopardize their admission or scholarships status. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Undergraduate Admission said disciplinary actions for students who participate in peaceful protests or civil actions will not jeopardize their admission or scholarships status. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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