Civil rights hero John Lewis and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi lent some star power to a South L.A. rally Sunday aimed at drastically reducing child poverty in California and across the nation.
On Sunday, U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi, civil rights leader and U.S. Rep. John Lewis and State Assemblywoman Autumn Burke will rally in support of state legislation from Burke to combat child poverty.
What if helping struggling students was as easy as having their eyes checked? What if the children we have labeled as problems in the classroom just can’t see the board?
While our students face myriad obstacles to school success, correctable vision problems shouldn’t be one of them.http://www.presstelegram.com/opinion/20170330/for-school-kids-good-vision-should-be-elementary-this-bill-can-help-guest-commentary
Does California need a “cash for clunkers” program to provide a jolt to the sales of electric and plug-in vehicles?
That’s what a lawmaker in Sacramento is calling for.
The Zero Emission Vehicle Greater Access Package will allow for a broader adoption of zero emission vehicles in California by improving affordability and accessibility
Sacramento, CA – Asm. Autumn Burke (D-Inglewood) has recently introduced legislation which would boost the learning potential of California students and promote lifelong health by requiring comprehensive eye exams upon starting school. AB 1110, co-authored by Asm. Evan Low (D-Campbell) and Sens.
AB 1520 will lift 1,000,000 children out of poverty