Jennie Pasquarella

ACLU of Southern California

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Staff attorney at the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California, focusing on immigrants' rights

Jennie Pasquarella on KCRW

Last May, the LA Board of Supervisors limited the access of federal immigration agents to County jails. Now, Sheriff Jim McDonnell says he's  opened the jail up again .

Federal Immigration Agents Are Back in LA County Jails

Last May, the LA Board of Supervisors limited the access of federal immigration agents to County jails. Now, Sheriff Jim McDonnell says he's opened the jail up again .

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US Senator Dianne Feinstein is the former Mayor of San Francisco, but she's among the politicians lining up to  condemn the city  in the aftermath of the shooting death of a young…

Crime and Political Spin in Sanctuary Cities

US Senator Dianne Feinstein is the former Mayor of San Francisco, but she's among the politicians lining up to condemn the city in the aftermath of the shooting death of a young…

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ICE — Immigration and Customs Enforcement — started its  Secure Communities  program in 2009.

A Legal Defeat for Immigration and Customs Enforcement

ICE — Immigration and Customs Enforcement — started its Secure Communities program in 2009.

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