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California May Sue Trump Over Emergency Wall Declaration

Feb. 15
By Associated Press

California is likely to sue President Donald Trump over his emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, the state attorney general said Friday.

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Roundtable: Rethinking Transit In San Diego

Feb. 15
By Andrew Bowen, Bennett Lacy

SANDAG's new director says the region's transit plan is not meeting climate emission goals, the plan to redevelop Balboa Park's Plaza de Panama is on hold, and a legal fight over asylum policy in San Diego County.

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Trump Declares National Emergency To Get $8 Billion For Wall

Feb. 15
By Associated Press

Defiant in the face of a stinging budget defeat, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency Friday to get more federal dollars for his long-promised wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, relying on a broad interpretation of his powers that was certain to trigger stiff legal challenges.

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Trump Will Sign Border Deal But Will Also Declare Emergency

Feb. 14
By Associated Press

Congress lopsidedly approved a border security compromise Thursday that would avert a second painful government shutdown, but a new confrontation was ignited — this time over President Donald Trump's plan to bypass lawmakers and declare a national emergency to siphon billions from other federal coffers for his wall on the Mexican boundary.

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Asylum-Seekers Find Shelter In San Diego After Release On Streets

Feb. 14
By Jean Guerrero

As the San Diego County Board of Supervisors prepares to sue the Trump administration for its handling of asylum-seeking families, the San Diego Rapid Response Network is helping families.

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Trump Administration Sued Over Shift In Asylum Policy

Feb. 14
By Associated Press

The Trump administration's policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico while their cases wind through immigration courts violates U.S. law by putting the migrants in danger and depriving them of the ability to prepare their cases, a lawsuit filed Thursday by civil liberties groups claims.

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San Diego Advocate Earns Fellowship, Grant Funds For Work Supporting Immigrants

Feb. 13
By Tarryn Mento

Nonprofit founder Ramla Sahid earned a fellowship from a California foundation that included a $250,000 grant.

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San Diego County Sues Trump Administration Over Asylum Policy

Feb. 12
By City News Service, Jean Guerrero

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to sue the Trump administration over its handling of asylum-seeking families.

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Trump Not 'Thrilled' With Border Deal, Not Saying He'll Sign

Feb. 12
By Associated Press

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he's "unhappy" with a hard-won agreement to prevent a new government shutdown and finance construction of more barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border, but he didn't say whether or not he would sign the measure. GOP congressional leaders swung behind the proposed deal, selling it as a necessary compromise.

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As Trump Makes Case For Border Wall, Lawmakers Reach Deal

Feb. 11
By Associated Press

President Donald Trump headed to the Texas border on Monday to argue his case that walls work as Democrats and Republicans back home in Washington announced a deal had been reached to avoid another government shutdown.

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