Nearly $50 million in the California state budget will go to expanded legal services for immigrants - LA Times:
"California state lawmakers approved $45 million in a state budget plan to expand legal services for immigrants, a response to the Trump administration's call to increase deportations.
The funds, greater than what Gov. Jerry Brown earmarked in May and which will be an ongoing allocation through 2020, will go to a coalition of legal services agencies, immigrant rights groups and faith-based organizations called One California.
...With the additional money, providers will now also be able to help immigrants fighting deportation or removal proceedings.
Here's how $183 billion in taxpayer dollars will be spent in California's new budget..."