Tyler Moran

Employment Policy Director for the National Immigration Law Center

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Tyler Moran on KCRW

After  Lake Forest  passed a "no trespassing law" aimed at illegal immigrants, undocumented workers moved next door to Mission Viejo.

Mission Viejo Stands Up against Undocumented Workers

After Lake Forest passed a "no trespassing law" aimed at illegal immigrants, undocumented workers moved next door to Mission Viejo.

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