Hiroshi Motomura

UCLA

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Professor of immigration law at UCLA.

Hiroshi Motomura on KCRW

A proposed state law would provide attorneys for immigrants on a case-by-case basis. Taxpayers would fund it.

California considers giving legal aid to immigrants facing deportation

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