Monthly Archives: April 2017

Ending Student Hunger on CSU Campuses

College can be—and is—expensive. Students often have to sacrifice certain things in order to afford their education, but food should never be one of them. Assembly Bill 453 (AB-453) was presented to CA Legislature to fight student hunger among California...
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Defining Moment: Will California End Its Money Bail System?

A nationwide movement that began 53 years ago to reform the pretrial incarceration and money bail process has finally reached the legislative committees and political bargaining tables in Washington and Sacramento. Reform advocates – including legislators, prosecutors, attorneys, judges and...
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Unseen exploitation

California landlords are threatening undocumented immigrants with eviction if they complain, say legal aid experts Daniel Saver entered the state Capitol last month on a mission to speak for a woman who could not speak for herself. An attorney from...
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