After his first 100 days in office, California's Attorney General, Xavier Becerra, delivered a message to every in the state on Wednesday during a news conference to tout his accomplishments saying, "I've got your back."
Becerra described his first few months as "dynamic", with challenges to President Donald Trump's rollbacks on clean energy policies, and what he calls the Administration's "Constitutional overreach" toward immigrants-- even bringing in an immigration law expert to help.
Xavier Becerra addresses reporters questions regarding his "First 100 Days" in office.
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Becerra said his next task is to go after organizations that label themselves as 'not for profit' but then use large sums of donated money for political activity. "The last thing, I think, most people want," Beccera said, "is to find out that all these groups that are getting tax breaks because they're not-for-profit are actually going out there and influencing our political system."
Becerra's upcoming tasks also include defending the state against lawsuits brought by the National Rifle Association against the gun control laws passed last year.