Peter Nunez

Center for Immigration Studies

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Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center for Immigration Studies; former United States Attorney for the Southern District of California (1982-1988) and former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury (1990-1993);

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Easing the Rules against Unlicensed Drivers

The LA Police Commission has approved new rules advocated by LA Police Chief Charlie Beck, in the interests of undocumented workers.

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