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State Bill Would Protect Students in Immigration Raids

Vida En El Valle, News Headline, Posted: Mar 20, 2009

State Assemblyman Tony Mendoza went to Mendota in Californias Central Valley last week to promote a bill he authored, AB 132, which establishes rules for immigration agents on public school property. The aim is to minimize intimidation of students and disruption of their classes. The agents must contact school or district officials before coming on campus and must make an appointment to meet with students enrolled there. Schools would also be required to provide counseling to students affected by immigration agent raids. Mendota was the site two years ago of a federal immigration raid in which 200 people were detained.



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