Today is World Refugee Day, established by the United Nations to commemorate the courage and perseverance of millions of refugees. But you wouldn’t know it if you’re watching the news.
On every Election Night, during the hour of waiting between when the polls close
What an exciting week in the State Capitol!
I’m going to get straight to the point: lead paint companies knowingly poisoned Californians for decades—and now they want you to pay to clean up their mess.
In today’s political climate, there is no room for bullying in our schools.
As State Director of NARAL Pro-Choice California, an organization leading the fight to protect women’s access to reproductive health care...
On behalf of 50 organizations, we introduced AB 2138, a bill to give Californians a fair chance to make a living and to move forward progressive criminal justice reform.
Tonight, HBO will premiere its new documentary, I Am Evidence.
The state legislature reconvened this week, and I’m excited to be back championing our package of bills to address homelessness.
The Supreme Court hearing starts in a few minutes, so I’ll keep this quick.