Durazo’s recent legislative victories include an expansion of medical coverage for undocumented immigrants and the elimination of the piece-rate pay in the garment industry. / Reed Hutchinson
On May 1, 2006, hundreds of thousands marched in Los Angeles in support of immigrant rights. Called by many “A Day without an Immigrant,” the May Day protests were the culmination of months of planning in response to a punitive immigration bill that passed the U.S. House of Representatives (H.R. 4437), Los Angeles, CA. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons.
Event attendees pose for a photo alongside California State Labor Commissioner Lilia Garcia-Brower.