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Carson Capitalizes on State’s $65 Billion Housing Program for its Middle-Income Professionals
June 24, 2021
"This effort to preserve housing for local professionals aligns with my COVID-19 recovery plan to attract middle-income employers and the jobs they create." Mayor Lula Davis Holmes said, "Our children should be able to work, live and play in the communities they grew up in!" ... read more »
HOW LA COUNTY RESOURCES CAN HELP YOU AVOID FORECLOSURE AND EVICTION
December 10, 2020
Millions of workers have lost their jobs due to the pandemic. Homeowners are faced with foreclosure and countless tenants are on the verge of eviction. However, Los Angeles County has hosted a series of conferences to bring awareness to various resources that can help pay your rent on-time and prevent you from losing your home. ... read more »
L.A. County Extends Eviction Moratorium Until Oct. 31
September 8, 2020
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors today extended a moratorium on evictions through Oct. 31.     The board also set the county's moratorium as the minimum standard for cities countywide, something Supervisor Kathryn Barger had previously pushed back against.  ... read more »
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Congressional Black Caucus Focuses on Economic Recovery of African Americans in COVID-19 Crisis
April 2, 2020
The first draft of the COVID-19 Senate stimulus bill focused money to bailout large corporations and the top one percent. But after days of negotiation that included President Trump big footing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the legislation was changed to focus more on the needs of main street Americans. ... read more »
Committee Democrats Call on Facebook to Halt Cryptocurrency Plans
July 12, 2019
“Investors and consumers transacting in Libra may be exposed to serious privacy and national security concerns, cyber security risks, and trading risks. Those using Facebook’s digital wallet – storing potentially trillions of dollars without depository insurance– also may become unique targets for hackers. For example, during the first three quarters of 2018, hackers stole nearly $1 billion from cryptocurrency exchanges.[3] The system could also provide an under-regulated platform for illicit activity and money laundering.” ... read more »
Statement by Senator Steven Bradford on Governor Newsom’s Death Penalty Moratorium death penalty announcement
March 21, 2019
"In 2019, we must focus on rehabilitative and crime prevention efforts that ultimately improve public safety." ... read more »
African American Charter Public School Parents, Alumni, Teachers, Students and Leaders to Push Back Against NAACP’s Moratorium on Charter Schools
February 9, 2017
African American charter parents, alumni, teachers, leaders, students and community members will gather outside Los Angeles Police Department Headquarters for a press conference on Thursday  February 9, to tell the National Association of Colored People (NAACP) that charter schools are transforming lives in their neighborhoods. ... read more »
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