In the News

December 7, 2012

San Francisco Cronicle

By: Wyatt Buchanan

Sacramento --

Californians could have a chance to repeal provisions of the state's controversial affirmative action ban, the use of unmanned aircraft could be restricted and parts of Proposition 13, the state's famous property tax law, could be softened under bills introduced at the Capitol this week.

November 7, 2012

By Chad Terhune

Los Angeles Times
 
California officials are plowing ahead with a major healthcare expansion now that the threat of repeal has lifted with the reelection of President Obama.

Republican challenger Mitt Romney had vowed to overturn the federal Affordable Care Act, casting uncertainty over state efforts to implement the coverage expansion for millions of Americans.

September 25, 2012

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Hundreds of people got the opportunity to get their vision tested for free during the launch of a mobile eye clinic in El Monte.


For more than a decade, Carol Mixon of San Gabriel has been squinting to read tiny print, lately, she rarely reads.

"It's really hard to read the fine print," she said.

Ricardo Galvan of Alhambra has been living with blurry vision for even longer. Both are unemployed and uninsured.

September 10, 2012

 

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August 15, 2012