Single-Payer Health Bill Passes Senate But Critics Question How To Fund It
Jul24

Single-Payer Health Bill Passes Senate But Critics Question How To Fund It

California has long been a national leader in innovation, and if Senate Bill 562 (which seeks to establish a Medicare-for-all system) passes, the state could change the direction of health care in the nation. 
 

African American Organizations and CLB Condemn ‘Racist' Judicial Council Party Pics
Jul20

African American Organizations and CLB Condemn ‘Racist' Judicial Council Party Pics

People getting busted for hosting parties based on racial stereotypes is nothing new. But it's not something that you expect from a legal organization that's supposed to stand for impartiality in the law. But that's what happened when photos leaked of a Halloween party thrown by the Judicial Council of California.

The Fight Aint Over: Democratic Lawnmakers Urge Vigilance On Trumpcare
Jul05

The Fight Aint Over: Democratic Lawnmakers Urge Vigilance On Trumpcare

With the delay of a vote on Trump and the GOP’s health care bill, Democrats have won a small victory, but the war over healthcare rages on. So just what does the victory mean? One thing’s for sure, lawmakers agree. The bill is not dead—at least not yet.

CBC Rebuffs White House Invitation and Omarosa
Jul05

CBC Rebuffs White House Invitation and Omarosa

During an initial March 22 meeting at the White House, members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) took issue with President Donald Trump on a number of issues that disproportionately impact African Americans, including the budget and healthcare, while presenting a 130-page policy document—including solutions to help advance black families—and asking that he facilitate meetings between the CBC and key Cabinet officials.

Inglewood Mayor James Butts and City Council Approve Exclusive Negotiating AgreementWith L.A. Clippers for New Basketball Arena
Jun16

Inglewood Mayor James Butts and City Council Approve Exclusive Negotiating AgreementWith L.A. Clippers for New Basketball Arena

Thursday Inglewood Mayor James Butts and members of the City Council unanimously approved an exclusive negotiating agreement (ENA) between the City of Inglewood and the L.A. Clippers. The ENA will start a process through which both parties will pursue the development of a state-of-the-art NBA basketball arena in the city of Inglewood. 

Bridging the Great Trump Divide
Dec07

Bridging the Great Trump Divide

As the dust settled from what was one of the most sensational and polarizing elections in modern American history—and Donald Trump declared the victor, what had become crystal clear for many was the emergence of “two Americas” and in an alarming number of cases, the division was along racial lines.

In Pennsylvania, three students were suspended for chanting “white power” and “build that wall” while parading the halls with Trump signs.

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