California Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday vetoed legislation designed to curtail the deportation of undocumented immmigrants arrested on minor or non-violent offenses. AB 1081, also known as the TRUST Act, would have changed how law enforcement agencies could participate in the controversial federal immigration program, Secure Communities. In response to Governor Brown's veto of the TRUST Act (AB 1081), Pablo Alvarado, executive director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network issued the following statement: > "By vetoing the TRUST Act Governor Brown has failed California's immigrant communities, imperiling civil rights and leaving us all less safe. The President's disastrous Secure Communities program is replicating Arizona's model of immigration enforcement nationally, causing a human rights crisis. Immigration and Customs Enforcement strong-armed the Governor to defend its deportation quota instead of defending Californian's rights. On this sad day, we renew our commitment to fight to keep our families together despite the Governor and the President's insistence on seeing them torn apart." The TRUST Act could have been a significant blow to the Secure Communities program because over a quarter of 'S-Comm deportations' are currently from California.