San Francisco resident Mary Vandigriff remembers when her life fell apart at age 19 and she began a 20-year struggle with addiction and cycling in and out of jail.
Since Vandigriff last left jail in March 2017, she got a... Read More »
Following compelling testimony by college students speaking about the importance of improving access to reproductive care on college campuses, the Assembly Health Committee on Tuesday passed important connie m leyva california state senatorlegislation authored by Senator Connie M. Leyva (D-Chino)... Read More »
The past year has brought new fears and challenges for immigrant and undocumented members of our community. Last year, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that all undocumented immigrants are subject to arrest, detention and deportation, whether they have... Read More »
Two weeks before state lawmakers halted a plan to aggressively increase housing production near transit locations across California, dozens rallied outside San Francisco’s City Hall to argue their sides.
When Chinese, Filipina and black tenant activists spoke to fears that... Read More »
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has ordered three California hospitals to pay out millions of dollars to local nonprofits, declining their requests to be freed from charity obligations required under state law.
The hospitals, based in the Central Valley and... Read More »
When Maria Anderson moved into a modest rental within walking distance of the beach 13 years ago, she was a mom with a toddler.
“No resources, no partner,” she recalled. “This saved my life.”
Anderson went to Cabrillo, became a... Read More »