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Dr. Richard Pan
Dr. Pan, a pediatrician and educator, represents Sacramento in the California Senate. With his wife, he raises two sons and runs a small business.
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Amer Acad Pediatrics 5h
Make sure you can this November by checking your voter registration this .
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Public Policy Institute of California 23h
An accurate count in the matters: the determines how much federal $$ is allocated to each state. In 2015, California received $77 billion in census-related funding—more than 80% of the total federal funds the state received. Read more:
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Hansi Lo Wang Sep 24
T-minus 555 days until Day (April 1), and while we wait... A census taker conducts an interview on a doorstep for the 1920 census (Courtesy of ' National Photo Company Collection) 👇
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Amer Acad Pediatrics 23h
A new federal proposal is already having a chilling effect on children's health, reports. Millions could be affected as families opt out of vital services, pediatricians and say.
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Sep 24
ICYMI: When parents have health insurance, children are more likely to get the care they need. The public charge proposal makes it less likely parents will access these services out of fear their families may be separated for doing so. We must .
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
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. FYI, , actually begins in October in most states with early voting and absentee & mail voting. Start now to !
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
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. Today, , ask every parent if they are registered to . Then remind them by to go . Get your parents registered and to the polls. Their child's health depends on it.
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
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. Campaigns focus on talking to “frequent” voters. If parents didn’t vote in the last few elections, campaigns aren't asking them to vote. So have to ask parents make a priority for .
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
Replying to @DrPanMD
. , ask parents if they plan to vote this November & personally ask them to do so. can affect their child’s health. Politicians will know if parents turn out to vote after & thus to prioritize children.
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
Replying to @DrPanMD
. Look at the data. Young people (that’s parents of children too) don't vote. Politicians know this. If increase voting by parents by 10%, politicians will pay attention.
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
. In 2010, I flipped the only district for my party in any state/fed race, so I know how tough campaigns are won. means telling your patients’ parents to vote.
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"Although medical exemptions represented a small portion of the overall student population last school year — less than 1 percent in California and slightly more than 1 percent in San...
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Hansi Lo Wang Sep 24
The is hiring for thousands of jobs at 248 office around the U.S. Here's how to apply: Note one of the job qualifications: "Be a U.S. citizen." 👇
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
Great to see so many friends at the Sacramento Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO Salute to Labor event! — at Hilton Sacramento Arden West
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
Replying to @DrPanMD
. FYI, , actually begins in October in most states with early voting and absentee & mail voting. Start now to !
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
Replying to @DrPanMD
. Today, , ask every parent if they are registered to . Then remind them by to go . Get your parents registered and to the polls. Their child's health depends on it.
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
Replying to @DrPanMD
. Campaigns focus on talking to “frequent” voters. If parents didn’t vote in the last few elections, campaigns aren't asking them to vote. So have to ask parents make a priority for .
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
Replying to @DrPanMD
. , ask parents if they plan to vote this November & personally ask them to do so. can affect their child’s health. Politicians will know if parents turn out to vote after & thus to prioritize children.
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
Replying to @DrPanMD
. Look at the data. Young people (that’s parents of children too) don't vote. Politicians know this. If increase voting by parents by 10%, politicians will pay attention.
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Dr. Richard Pan Sep 23
. In 2010, I flipped the only district for my party in any state/fed race, so I know how tough campaigns are won. means telling your patients’ parents to vote.
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