Xavier Becerra

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and 19 other attorneys general are suing the Trump administration over its action on the Flores settlement.
California, along with a coalition of other states, says the new "public charge" rule creates unnecessary barriers for immigrants to obtain legal status.
“Under this rule, children will go hungry; families will go without medical care," Letitia James said of the new "public charge" policy.
More than 20 million Americans are at risk of losing their health insurance.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a motion challenging Trump’s national emergency declaration to fund the wall.
In an interview with HuffPost, Xavier Becerra was one of the few prominent Democrats to take this stance.
Protests have been ongoing in Sacramento since the district attorney said she would not charge the officers involved in the fatal shooting.
Protests broke out after the Sacramento district attorney said she would not charge the police officers.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Trump's administration "has doubled down on its attacks on women’s health."
The list reportedly names current and former cops who were convicted of sexual assault, filing false reports and more.
Xavier Becerra vowed legal action against Trump's national emergency declaration in the border wall fight.
It's an uncertain time for the millions of people who rely on the Affordable Care Act, but there is still time to enroll for 2019.
The Trump administration's plans to weaken vehicle and power plant emissions rules could soon become reality.
As attorney general investigations languish, continuing misconduct in Orange County threatens to unravel dozens of new cases, a public defender says.
The “crisis pregnancy center” that deceived me is the exact kind of fake clinic that SCOTUS ruled has the constitutional right to deceive women about their reproductive care.
The state attorney general has five days to file an emergency appeal challenging the ruling.
After a marathon day of House hearings, the EPA administrator was hit with a new complaint from California and 15 other areas.
The Trump administration is adding a question about citizenship status to the 2020 Census. It’s the first time since 1950 the census will ask that question, and it could have a very real impact on the U.S. population.
Sessions announced a DOJ lawsuit against California to enforce the Trump administration’s hardline immigration policies.
"The risks of fracking to our health and to our environment are real," state Attorney General Xavier Becerra says.