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2015 new immigrant laws, Gov. Brown’s State of the State, St. Louis Rams owner plans for LA stadium

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The Granada Hills location is one of four new processing centers opened by the DMV to serve first-time applicants.
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The Granada Hills location is one of four new processing centers opened by the DMV to serve first-time applicants.

A new year means new laws, but how many immigrants are seizing the opportunity for a driver’s licenses or college loans? A preview of Gov. Jerry Brown's State of the State address, and talks continue to swirl over whether an NFL team will really come to L.A. PROGRAMMING NOTE: This episode of Take Two airs for one hour, instead of two, due to Gov. Brown's address.

President Obama's executive order is set to move forward in the coming months and could potentially affect 4 to 5 million undocumented people in the US.
From new driver's licenses to a student loan program, SCPR's Leslie Berestein Rojas explains how many people took advantage of these new rules in their first few days.
Jerry Brown will take the oath of office as CA Governor for a record 4th time this morning. After his swearing in, he'll give his annual State of the State address.
This weekend, Dr. Maher Hathout, one of Southern California's most notable Muslim leaders passed away. CAIR's Hussam Ayloush joins Take Two for more on Dr. Hathout's life and work.
"The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" continued its domination of the box office this weekend, while "The Interview" lost steam.
The St. Louis Rams' owner announced plans Monday for an Inglewood stadium. But just because there is now enough space for an NFL team in L.A., doesn't mean one is coming.
The film The Interview may be losing steam at the box office, but the political drama surrounding the Sony Pictures hack continues.
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