During the summer legislative recess, the California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) hosted their Annual African-American Leaders of tomorrow (AALT) conference, a four-day residential summer program on the campus of California State University Dominguez Hills (CSUDH). ... read more »
The California Legislature passed legislation to extend California’s Cap and Trade Program, Assembly Bill 398, and strengthen air quality provisions in areas with the worst air pollution, Assembly Bill 617.
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The California State Legislature recently passed legislation, SB 103, championed by the California Legislative Black Caucus that will increase procurement opportunities from the California Department of Transportation for minority owned small business enterprises. ... read more »
This budget increases funding for K-12 schools, community colleges, UCs and CSUs; expands California’s Earned Income Tax Credit to support 1.1 million more working families; and develops long-term strategies to continue making progressive improvements to combat poverty. ... read more »
As of Tuesday, November 8, the 2016 Los Angeles County election has come to an end. Below are the election results.
Congresswoman Janice Hahn is the daughter of Los Angeles County Supervisor Kenny Hahn and the U.S. ... read more »
In celebration of Black History Month and Women’s History Month in March, Assembly Majority Floor Leader, Chris Holden will recognize the 41st Assembly District’s Unsung Hero and Women of Distinction on Thursday, ... read more »
Assemblymember Chris Holden’s bill to expand access to mutual water companies’ board meetings through the utilization of modern teleconference and internet streaming has passed the Legislature. ... read more »
Legislation by Assemblymember Chris Holden has been approved by the Senate Education Committee to form a partnership between high schools and community colleges to allow high schoolers to participate in college level courses so that they can be better prepared for education after high school. ... read more »