Article courtesy of The Sacramento Bee
By: David Siders
Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday nominated a Mexican-born Stanford Law School professor to the California Supreme Court, moving to replace one of the high court’s most conservative, retiring members with a Democrat.
Cuéllar was born in Matamoros, Mexico and as a young boy walked across the border each day to school in neighboring Brownsville, Texas, the governor’s office said in a prepared statement. He moved with his family at age 14 to California’s Imperial Valley, where he graduated from Calexico High School.
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