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 »
To great fanfare, Gov. Jerry Brown last Friday finally signed a “package” of housing measures. The political logjam that had stymied affordable housing bills finally broke, with more than a dozen housing bills making it through this year.
The last... Read More »
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday approved a health care bill that requires pharmaceutical companies to give advance notice of price increases, and mandates new cost reporting from health insurance providers.
The measure, Senate Bill 17, was crafted to shed... Read More »