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Retain birthright citizenship: Our view

<> on June 27, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.

<> on June 27, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.

USA Today Editorial Board

Ratified in 1868 in the wake of the Civil War, the Constitution’s 14th Amendment is abundantly clear: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States.”

Thirty years later, the amendment was challenged after Congress passed a law to exclude Chinese immigrants. The Supreme Court heldthat the amendment confers automatic citizenship on anyone born in the USA. Through multiple waves of immigration since then, it has faced no serious challenge.

Undocumented, Asian and taking up arms in the immigration fight – finally


By Amanda Holpuch

After spending the day helping oversee his parents’ Brooklyn deli, Jong-Min You spends most nights poring over law school texts working towards his dream job, which the US government says he cannot legally have.

At 35, You has been on the cover of Time magazine, featured on panels hosted by presidential hopefuls and spoken at an Ivy League university. Yet, in the eyes of the United States, where he has lived for nearly all of his 35 years, he is living illegally.

California’s Hidden Truth

Undocumented Californians paid $3.2 billion in state and local taxes in 2012. This video explains HOW undocumented Californians pay taxes, and how their immense contributions add up for a healthier California. Check it out and pass it on. Health care is a human right. And healthy Californians keep our economy strong. Keeping everyone healthy is not only the right thing to do.

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