Jazmine Ulloa covered California state politics and policy for the Los Angeles Times with a focus on criminal justice, immigration and tech privacy until May 2019. She has reported out of Washington and Colombia for the Times and was based in Sacramento. A native of El Paso, she covered state and federal courts for the Austin American-Statesman in the Texas capital. Her work has appeared in Texas Monthly, the Texas Observer and the Boston Globe. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.
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Civil rights groups in California want police and sheriff’s departments to stop sending license plate scanner information to a national private database, saying new public documents show federal immigration agents are using the system in breach of sanctuary state and city laws.