A northern California man has become the first illegal immigrant approved to practice law by the State Supreme Court.
FOX News Radio's Sharon Katchen reports from Los Angeles:
Four years after passing the bar exam on his first try, 36-year-old Sergio Garcia is admitted to the state bar. He went to the State Supreme court to challenge a law barring illegal immigrants from getting professional licenses. The turning point came when the Governor signed a bill allowing qualified illegal immigrants to have professional licenses. It took effect yesterday and the Supreme Court Justices ruled today, basing their opinion admitting Garcia on that law.
In Los Angeles, Sharon Katchen, FOX News Radio.