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Saturday, December 10, 2022

Mt. San Jacinto College Unveils “Blueprint for the Future” at State...

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) shared news about student successes, initiatives and programs, as well as new building projects

Decoding the Proposed New Invasive IRS $600 Bank Reporting Rule

The right to privacy is a fundamental human right in any democratic country. It is also recognized by the UN Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and many other international and regional treaties.

Market capitalism is not the answer to close the justice gap

There are two legal systems in California – one dispenses justice to those who can afford an attorney, the other steamrolls those who can’t.

What’s in the California paid sick leave deal for workers and...

Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders agree to restore California paid sick leave for COVID-19. Here’s what you need to know. California workers will soon again have access to as much as two weeks paid time off for COVID-related sick leave, under a deal announced today by the governor and legislative leaders.

Crimping free speech is the wrong way to rein in social...

Assembly Bill 2408 proposes to punish popular social media platforms for editorial content promotion decisions. But it violates fundamental rights and must not become law.

Soboba Delegation Goes to Sacramento to Support California Indian Education Act

Several members of the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians traveled to the state capital on March 23 to voice their support for the California Indian Education Act. Assembly Bill 1703, introduced by Assemblymember James C. Ramos, will encourage school districts, county offices of education and charter schools to form California Indian education task forces with California Tribes local to their regions or historically located in their regions.

Secretaries of VA, HUD joint statement on ending Veteran homelessness

WASHINGTON — The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2020 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) to Congress found that on a single night in January 2020, there were 37,252 Veterans experiencing homelessness in America, an increase of 0.4% over 2019.

After Voting Rights Legislation Failed, I Thought About What Cora Might...

Last week Black Americans received another of those undeserved slaps in the face by the political party we continue to show up for at the polls–a loyalty built over time beginning with the promises of the celebrated President Franklin Roosevelt’s 1920s New Deal. Roosevelt was a Democrat.

VA celebrates caregivers across the country for commitment to America’s Veterans

The Department of Veterans Affairs’ Caregiver Support Program is presenting a month-long series of virtual events and activities celebrating Veterans’ caregivers in recognition of National Family Caregivers Month.

A Celebratory Retirement

On April 26, the HPD celebrated Jennifer Lisk, a 27 ½-year veteran of the Department’s Public Safety Communications Center, and wished her well on her upcoming retirement.