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House OKs Immigration Reform

House OKs Immigration Reform

The Register, June 21, 1984 Once it becomes law, the bill is expected to result in the firing of most workers among the 80,000 – 120,000 illegal aliens hiding from immigration officials in Orange County… click here to read more

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Merchants Call Crowds Bad for Business

Merchants Call Crowds Bad for Business

The Register, June 19, 1984 As many as 100 men and teen-age boys gather daily in Orange to await job offers.   In recent weeks local officials and community group members have met to discuss complaints from local business owners and consider other sites for the men to gather… click here to read more

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Tenants Despair at Loan Decision

Tenants Despair at Loan Decision

LA Times, May 5, 1984 Crackdown victims face eviction with no place to go.  The ramshackle, one-bedroom apartment where the Martinez family lives is one of three units in what was originally a single-family house in central Santa Ana…click here to read more.

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Ordinance, Funds Sought for Housing Crackdown

Ordinance, Funds Sought for Housing Crackdown

LA Times, May 11, 1984 Santa Ana City Manger, Robert Bobb, said Thursday he will be seeking funds from City Council to hire five additional housing investigators to accelerate the city’s six-week-old crackdown on substandard housing… click here to read more

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