Jim Silva

California State Assemblyman (R-67th District)

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California State Assemblyman representing the 67th district, a Republican

Jim Silva on KCRW

Undocumented workers bring children into this country, and thousands of them grow up to graduate from high school. Now they need help on the next step toward the "American Dream."

Will California Have a DREAM Act of Its Own?

Undocumented workers bring children into this country, and thousands of them grow up to graduate from high school. Now they need help on the next step toward the "American Dream."

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