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Monica Lam May 17
"For years, it was — collect all plastics in a really big blue bin and hope that somewhere in the land of rainbows and unicorns it’s all being sorted," said 's Martin Bourke.
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Office of the Governor of California May 18
ICYMI: . and held a Reproductive Rights and Freedom Rally this AM on the final day of the Gov's health care tour.
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Lorena Gonzalez May 18
It was at where I found out I was pregnant with my daughter, which gave me control over the next chapter in my life. I’m proud to be in CA where our Governor has committed $100 million to to reproductive health care.
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Monica Lam May 17
California legislators are weighing 2 aggressive bills that would force plastics manufacturers to stop making products that end up in landfills: SB 54 and AB 1080
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Lorena Gonzalez May 18
Companies like won't listen to their workers. They have made that clear. The movement shows why needs to PASS , and protect all workers! It's time to for good.
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Lorena Gonzalez May 17
is a harasser’s best friend because it forces the cases of women who are facing harassment or any other kind of gender discrimination into a secret chamber..."-- . We need to and PASS !
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Steve Smith May 17
Absurd decision by Riot. The was a powerful statement against the toxic culture of secrecy created by . It's time to for good. must pass to protect all workers!
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Californians Against Waste May 17
Check out this informative and deeply reported piece from on Senate Bill 54 and Assembly Bill 1080, the California Circular Economy and Plastic Pollution Reduction Acts, which passed out of their respective appropriations committees yesterday.
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Lorena May 17
was proud to help launch the statewide bus tour in this morning. Thank you & for being incredible hosts!
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California Labor Federation May 17
strips working people of basic rights on the job & creates a toxic culture of secrecy. can . Vote yes on !
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End Child Poverty CA May 17
So proud to have Francine Maigue from ’ office w us on the ! “I grew up in this neighborhood... it’s important that your leaders come from where you are. Every single member of our community... deserves to thrive.”
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Lorena Gonzalez May 16
ICYMI, unofficial results of the Assembly are available here:
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Jenya Cassidy May 16
Yes! () expansion passed out of Appropriations!
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Lorena Gonzalez May 16
Replying to @LorenaAD80
Unofficial results of today's Assembly are in:
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Lorena Gonzalez May 16
Replying to @AGBecerra
And finally, our sponsored by PASSES the Assembly Appropriations Committee. It allows a successful state program that combats black market sales to expand from Sacramento and LA to San Diego, Fresno and the Bay Area.
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Lorena Gonzalez May 16
Replying to @LorenaAD80
Plastic is a global crisis and the nation in fighting against it. Our to increase and reduce and single-use items PASSES the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
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Lorena Gonzalez May 16
Replying to @LorenaAD80
We need to re-balance the conditions of a dispute. Striking or locked out workers should be able to access the modest dollars they contribute to. Our to make unemployment insurance benefits available to these workers PASSES Asm Appropriations Cmte.
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Lorena Gonzalez May 16
Replying to @LorenaAD80
Our supports projects that lead to at local schools and community college districts. Today it PASSES the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
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Lorena Gonzalez May 16
Replying to @LorenaAD80
Demographic changes mean many young Californians are the first in their families to vote. We need to demystify the entire electoral process. Our to educate all CA high school students on how works PASSES the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
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Lorena Gonzalez May 16
Replying to @LorenaAD80
We need to ensure CA’s fastest segment of voters—NPPs—will actually be able to participate in the 2020 presidential primary. Our to better notify unaffiliated voters about rules PASSES the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
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