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2301, 2023

Exclusive Interview: Assemblymember Isaac Bryan

By |January 23rd, 2023|

On Friday, I sat down with Assemblymember Isaac Bryan, who was first elected in May of 2021 in a Special Election to represent what was then the 54th State Assembly District. Now re-elected in November of last year to represent the newly drawn 55th Assembly District, Bryan’s constituents include the residents of Baldwin Hills, Century City, Culver City, Leimert Park, Mar Vista, Palms, Pico-Robertson, West Adams, and Windsor Hills.

1301, 2023

How to Support the Progressive Slate in the 55th Assembly District Delegate Elections

By |January 13th, 2023|

This month, the California State Democratic Party holds its Assembly District Election Meetings (ADEMs) across the state.  Every two years, each State Assembly District elects fourteen delegates: seven “Self-Identified Female” and seven “Other than Self-Identified Female.” These delegates help determine the Party’s platform and endorsements. Simply put: ADEMs delegates shape what the California Democratic Party looks like. 

2012, 2022

California Can Solve Homelessness by 2035 if the State Invests $8.1 Billion a Year

By |December 20th, 2022|

The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) and the California Housing Partnership, with the support of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, have collaborated with multiple stakeholders to determine the level of public investment that would solve homelessness in California. Their results are revealed in the first-ever California Homeless Housing Needs Assessment (See Link Below).

1912, 2022

Utilities Get What They Want as PUC Slashes Solar Incentives

By |December 19th, 2022|

Last week, the California Public Utilities Commission finalized a decision that they had been working on for some time. That decision will slash the state’s Net Energy Metering (NEM) tariff paid to residential solar power users who have for years been rewarded by selling any excess solar power (beyond what is needed to power their own homes) back to the electric grid to help power other parts of the state.

Exclusive Interview: Assemblymember Isaac Bryan

By |January 23rd, 2023|

On Friday, I sat down with Assemblymember Isaac Bryan, who was first elected in May of 2021 in a Special Election to represent what was then the 54th State Assembly District. Now re-elected in November of last year to represent the newly drawn 55th Assembly District, Bryan’s constituents include the residents of Baldwin Hills, Century City, Culver City, Leimert Park, Mar Vista, Palms, Pico-Robertson, West Adams, and Windsor Hills.

How to Support the Progressive Slate in the 55th Assembly District Delegate Elections

By |January 13th, 2023|

This month, the California State Democratic Party holds its Assembly District Election Meetings (ADEMs) across the state.  Every two years, each State Assembly District elects fourteen delegates: seven “Self-Identified Female” and seven “Other than Self-Identified Female.” These delegates help determine the Party’s platform and endorsements. Simply put: ADEMs delegates shape what the California Democratic Party looks like. 

California Can Solve Homelessness by 2035 if the State Invests $8.1 Billion a Year

By |December 20th, 2022|

The Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) and the California Housing Partnership, with the support of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, have collaborated with multiple stakeholders to determine the level of public investment that would solve homelessness in California. Their results are revealed in the first-ever California Homeless Housing Needs Assessment (See Link Below).

Utilities Get What They Want as PUC Slashes Solar Incentives

By |December 19th, 2022|

Last week, the California Public Utilities Commission finalized a decision that they had been working on for some time. That decision will slash the state’s Net Energy Metering (NEM) tariff paid to residential solar power users who have for years been rewarded by selling any excess solar power (beyond what is needed to power their own homes) back to the electric grid to help power other parts of the state.

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