There is no doubt that our immigration system is broken, and we need commonsense, comprehensive reform. I am committed to reforming our immigration system to better reflect our shared values as a nation, especially keeping families and communities together, securing our border, and promoting economic vitality and global competitiveness.

  • February 2017
  • Immigration orders stir deportation fears

    By Amanda Covarrubias and Tyler Hersko Originally Appeared in The Ventura County Star Broad new immigration policies announced Tuesday under the Trump administration are heightening fears among people living in Ventura County without documentation, advocates for immigrants said. The orders from the Department of Homeland Security also threaten to harm the agricultural industry, which is experiencing a […]

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  • Hundreds gather to support Muslims

    By Tom Kiskin Orginally Appeared in The Ventura County Star Hundreds of people gathered outside a Newbury Park mosque for a “Stand with Muslims” event Sunday. The event was triggered in part by an executive order by President Donald Trump for a travel ban that included temporarily blocking many people coming to the United States […]

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  • June 2016
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    Brownley Statement on U.S. v Texas Decision

    Today, Rep. Julia Brownley released a statement regarding the Supreme Court’s deadlock on the U.S. v. Texas case that would halt the implementation of President Obama’s Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) program and the expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA+) program.

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  • September 2015