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Nancy Skinner
Progressive State Senator representing District 9 in the beautiful East Bay. Standing for justice & equality. Comment policy:
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Rebecca Weiker 19h
Fair and equitable to meet the needs of everyone impacted by violence. Thank you . Reform isn't a zero-sum game. We all benefit when we stop wasteful over-incarceration. Communities need economic development, racial justice and quality education, not extreme sentences.
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Anita Wills 18h
This bill will go a long way to bringing equity to a criminal justice system that is no longer just. Now we need to have judges and courts that believe in innocent until proven guilty.
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CA Safety & Justice 18h
ended the practice of putting people behind bars for murders they did not commit. Now, some prosecutors are trying to overturn it, resorting to scare tactics and false distortions. How is this in the interest of public safety? via
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Nancy Skinner 18h
Big fan of yours. Would love to have your support for my bill, , which would give college athletes the rights to their name, image, and likeness — just like all other Californians enjoy. Here is some background on the legislation:
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Kate Chatfield 19h
Amazing. Thank you for your brave leadership .
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Xavier Becerra 21h
Reforming the felony murder rule is a major milestone in the quest to make our criminal justice system fair and equitable. can and will impact thousands who face the specter of unjust incarceration. I am proud to stand up and defend it in court.
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Habitat Greater SF 20h
Habitat supports SB330 - The Housing Crisis Act. This bill, piloted by , will speed-up home building by streamlining the approval process. This week members of the Metropolitan Transit Commission will weigh-in. We hope they give it the thumbs up!👍🏼
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David West 23h
Compensate the players
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Nancy Skinner 23h
"Even when cities say they want housing — and developers meet the community’s every demand and whim — decisions driven by fear of growth can kill projects after millions of dollars and years of energy have been sunk into them."
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Nancy Skinner 23h
"The five cities with the highest number of people looking to move away during the first quarter of 2019 were New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington and Chicago."
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Liam Dillon Jul 22
Interesting dynamic in San Bruno, a Silicon Valley city that just rejected 425 homes near public transit. People on both sides think the denial could give the state ammunition to strip some control from cities
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Rob Bonta Jul 19
Fun to join my colleagues and to share with Democratic legislators and partners from across the country what we’ve been up to in California in pursuit of our values!
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CA Legislative Women's Caucus Jul 19
Today marks the 171st Anniversary of the first women’s rights convention in the United States--the Convention. Let today serve as a reminder of how far the women’s rights movement has come and how much more still needs to be accomplished!
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Ash Kalra Jul 19
I enjoyed attending the Conference & joining colleagues this morning to talk about how Democrats are moving California forward! Congratulations Assembly Member for being elected to the DLCC Board of Directors!
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Liam Dillon Jul 19
No state has had a more ambitious response to its housing affordability problems than Oregon. How the Beaver State did what California didn’t:
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Nancy Skinner Jul 19
“In Portland, we’re just trying not to become San Francisco,” said Tina Kotek, the speaker of Oregon’s House of Representatives.
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Nancy Skinner Jul 19
It's classic bad government to have the regulatory entity have financial involvement in the industry they're regulating.
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John King Jul 18
Your eyes don’t deceive you —buildings are popping up next to BART stations at unprecedented rates. Here’s my look at how transit-oriented development in the Bay Area has finally come to be via
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Amy Liu Jul 18
Restrictive zoning hinders California metros from building the housing they desperately need. Some great new insights on the California housing crisis from and in our newest report.
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Maddie Salamone Jul 18
Do the athletes who put wear and tear on their bodies and/or sustain injuries during their careers, resulting in lifelong ailments, also fare better in the long run than the administrators and coaches being taxed on the salaries made possible by these athletes?
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