Armando Botello

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Information Officer with the California Department of Motor Vehicles

Armando Botello on KCRW

Immigrants’ rights activists are showering praise on Governor Brown for
8 new laws he signed into effect this weekend, including the Trust Act. It prohibits local law enforcement…

Gov. Jerry Brown Signs The Trust Act, Other New Laws

Immigrants’ rights activists are showering praise on Governor Brown for 8 new laws he signed into effect this weekend, including the Trust Act. It prohibits local law enforcement…

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