L.A. Response to Trump Presidency Includes $10-Million Legal Defense Fund for Immigrants Facing Deportation

city and county effort, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is committing to $3 million, according to Supervisor Hilda Solis’ office. (Credit: Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)

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L.A. The city is expected to put in $2 million. Hundreds of activists marched through the streets of downtown Los Angeles on Sunday to protest against President-elect Donald Trump. Response to Trump Presidency Includes $10-Million Legal Defense Fund for Immigrants Facing Deportation

Hundreds of activists marched through the streets of downtown Los Angeles on Sunday to protest against President-elect Donald Trump. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Solis, City Atty. Under the joint L.A. The move comes as leaders in Democratic-dominated California are developing ways to push back as the president-elect promises to deport millions of people in this country illegally. Justice Fund. Mike Feuer, and City Councilman Gil Cedillo will join philanthropic leaders to announce the creation of the L.A. The rest of the money would be raised by philanthropic groups. Click here to read the full story on LATimes.com. (Credit: Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)

In a dramatic response to the expected crackdown on illegal immigration by Donald Trump, Los Angeles leaders on Monday are announcing a new $10-million fund to provide legal assistance for immigrants facing deportation.