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Amanda Fencl, PhD May 21
Put twitter back on my phone to share this great NYT article— “Everyone is saying ‘America First,’ but what about us?” via ⁦
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AmericanTribeLA Dec 8
These are the issues that are of paramount concern to communities in the San Joaquin Valley, who have not been well-served by reps like Devin Nunes and those whose donors include huge agribusiness companies.
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Arsenio Mataka Feb 28
Woke up excited to know that Laurel Firestone, an unwavering champion for justice, will be sworn in today Congratulations to the team and the many residents who day in and day out fight for clean and safe drinking water.
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Anthony Rendon Jul 5
Clean & safe drinking water is a human right. With the creation of the Safe & Affordable Drinking Water Fund, we're taking steps so no Californian, including my constituents in Southeast LA County, bear disproportionate burden of living without safe drinking water.
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Arsenio Mataka Mar 22
Clarity and courage from . Listening to him carry the voice of Monterey Park Tract residents is just.....inspiring.
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CA Waterkeepers Oct 16
California simply can't afford to pollute its water. TODAY we urged the to remand the flawed CV-SALTS policy & require that polluters be held accountable for the harm caused to Central Valley residents & families.
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CA Food & Farming Network 15 Jan 19
.: “it’s absolutely critical talk about how we are one California” and support universal right to clean drinking water 💧
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Earth Alliance Mar 22
Lead contamination threatens kids’ water supplies in at least 400 CA schools recently tested, says new report
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Lesly V. Figueroa Aug 7
We had a wonderful time celebrating the success of in Lanare with community residents! This is what community looks like! Getting safe and affordable water one step at a time.
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Rachel Smith Mar 20
I support The Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Fund. Let’s ensure every Californian has access to safe drinking water!
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Adriana Nov 24
Wrote abt how some Central Valley groundwater sustainability plans would allow up to 85 percent of domestic wells to go dry. implementation must protect drinking water!
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Stephanie Tsai May 14
. members from all over the state are here in Sacramento today for our Spring Lobby Day! ✊✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿
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Union of Concerned Scientists Sep 16
Agreed! We oppose the CV-SALTS amendment.
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Veronica Garibay Jul 8
Replying to @GavinNewsom
Today, Isabel, Lala & Don Alberto traveled to Sac 2 witness their victory & watch the California Legislature send to . So proud & honored 2 work w Lanare & hundreds of leaders across our state 2 pass the Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Fund.
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SCOPE May 14
We're on our way to Sacramento for 's lobby day! Follow along here and on our Instagram 🙌🏾
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CA Waterkeepers Nov 22
Health of our families, communities depends on safe : .
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Earl Lui May 23
Terrific story on California's safe drinking water crisis. “Clean water flows toward power and money,” says Susana De Anda of , a longtime grantee.
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99Rootz Jun 7
California is the fifth largest economy and yet we have over 1 million Californians without safe drinking water. This needs to change now. Our communities deserve CLEAN & AFFORDABLE drinking water!✊🏽
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CommunityWaterCenter Oct 16
Today, community leaders are making sure the knows that the current CV-SALTS proposal, which allows 45 more years of pollution, is unacceptable.
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Leadership Counsel Oct 14
"We applaud for his leadership on this issue, and ask to take the next step to address our drinking water crisis: protect our source waters from more pollution."
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