President Trump has repeatedly said he hopes Obamacare will soon collapse–and many in California fear it could still implode–especially for vulnerable people.
Tiny houses may soon pop up in Richmond as temporary housing for the city’s homeless population.
Richmond City Council has entered a new era without Councilwoman Gayle McLaughlin. The former mayor stepped down on July 18 to focus on her campaign for lieutenant governor of California.
The Richmond City Council could increase the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by January 2019. Council members recently voted to draft the ordinance, which they will review at their July 11 meeting.
The question now: how to go beyond sentencing reform and do the work of making communities safer and the families within them stronger.
A California state bill could change the lives of inner-city youth. Assembly Bill 37, introduced last December by Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell, D-Long Beach, would establish state standards for instruction in media arts.
The passage yesterday of the American Health Care Act in the House of Representatives is viewed by many, especially the very sick, as a death sentence.
Richmond will soon have a new task force charged with addressing the needs of the city’s homeless population. In a unanimous vote, the City Council on April 18 approved an ordinance to create the task force.
Civil rights groups and census experts are warning that pending actions by the Trump administration could severely hamper an accurate census count of all communities.
The City of Richmond has filed a federal lawsuit against President Donald Trump challenging an executive order that would deny federal funding to sanctuary cities.