California Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill that immigration advocates have long considered a top priority.
The measure, known as the "TRUST Act" is one of a number of bills backed by immigration advocates that the governor signed over the weekend. It's intended to protect undocumented immigrants arrested for minor crimes from being turned over to the federal government for possible deportation.
Brown vetoed the "TRUST Act" last year, citing concerns from law enforcement groups. This year, he worked with both sides to craft a compromise.
The governor also signed a measure that will allow undocumented immigrants to practice law in California.