The state legislature's on the way to passing the "TRUST ACT," also called the "anti-Arizona" law. Should illegal immigrants be turned over to federal agents whenever they're picked up for minor offenses or only when they've committed serious crimes? The LA County Sheriff and LAPD are divided over a bill designed to blunt the effects of the federal crackdown called "Secure Communities." Also, Mayor Villaraigosa talks about the federal transportation bill -- what it means for Los Angeles and for his legacy. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, the LIBOR and why it matters.
California's TRUST Act Softens Stance on Deportation
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Local Law Enforcement and Federal Immigration Law
The state legislature is considered likely to pass a measure called the Transparency and Responsibility Using State Tools – or TRUST Act , designed to blunt the impact of a...
Barclays, LIBOR and Banking Culture
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