Students in California whose families owe money for school lunches will no longer be given only a snack — a cheese stick, an apple and a glass of milk — or nothing at all, until they’re all paid up. They’ll... Read More »
California school districts will no longer be able to deny students food or give them smaller meals of fruit and milk if they have unpaid lunch fees, thanks to a new law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Senate Bill 250,... Read More »
The law will ensure that children are not denied a full lunch because of their parents’ debt
Students in California whose families owe money for school lunches will no longer be given only a snack — a cheese stick, an... Read More »
For low-income Californians, a parking violation will no longer mean breaking the bank.
On Friday, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 503, which will create a parking ticket payment plan for low-income drivers.
“It’s shocking how many Californians owe hundreds... Read More »
The Child Hunger Prevention and Fair Treatment Act establishes a process to tackle school lunch debts without publicly embarrassing kids
Sen. Bob Hertzberg, D-Van Nuys, announced on Thursday that Gov. Jerry Brown has signed his legislation to stop schools from... Read More »
For Southeast L.A. County state Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia, making menstrual products easier to obtain for California women has become a major cause in the last few years. She’s embraced a nickname given to her, the Tampon Queen. But, until recently,... Read More »