Nestor Valencia

Mayor of Bell, CA

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Mayor of Bell, CA

Nestor Valencia on KCRW

The number of undocumented children arriving in the US from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras has now reached 61,000 in just nine months.

Bell Takes a Stand on Temporary Housing for Undocumented Children

The number of undocumented children arriving in the US from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras has now reached 61,000 in just nine months.

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The mayor of Bell came into the U.S. illegally as a child from Mexico.

Bell Mayor Vows to Help Immigrant Children

The mayor of Bell came into the U.S. illegally as a child from Mexico.

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Today was “the Big One” for the city of Bell, one of California’s poorest cities.

Bell Scandal Sentencing and Corruption Beyond

Today was “the Big One” for the city of Bell, one of California’s poorest cities.

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