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Fair Political Practices Commission Is Investigating SOAR and Supervisor Steve Bennett For Violations of Political Reform Act

Fair Political Practices Commission Is Investigating SOAR and Supervisor Steve Bennett For Violations of Political Reform Act

    The complaint centers around the fact that Bennett is listed as a controlling officer of the SOAR political committee, and that SOAR did not file pre-election statements leading up to the June 2016 primary election as required by the Political Reform Act when a candidate or elected official is on the ballot and […]

Santa Paula: CURB the SOAR

Santa Paula: CURB the SOAR

By Sheryl Hamlin Item 10B on the October 19, 2015 Santa Paula City council became a classic case of mismatched expectations, flawed communication and an embarrassing display of organizational confusion. When Council Member Gherardi proposed at the October 5, 2015 meeting that Mr. Francis, lawyer and SOAR (Save Our Agricultural Resources) Board member, present a […]

A durable and sustainable plan: Reducing corrections spending in California

A durable and sustainable plan: Reducing corrections spending in California

by Diana Zuñiga The month of March marked the beginning of state budget hearings that will set next year’s fiscal priorities for the welfare of Californians. The first version of the state budget shows no clear plan to provide adequate relief for people living in poverty, vialis 40mg fails to make restorative investments to the […]

Stop a Jail In Your Town

Stop a Jail In Your Town

Please find our full packet here: How to Stop a Jail in Your Town What’s new: What California Could Do With $500 Million, case Instead of Build New Jails Here in California many sheriffs are planning to expand county jail systems, cialis and in most of those counties residents are questioning whether a bigger jail and […]

Gov. Brown Backslides on Corrections Budget: No Substantial Reductions to the Prison Population Only Costly Expansion

Gov. Brown Backslides on Corrections Budget: No Substantial Reductions to the Prison Population Only Costly Expansion