Monthly Archives: June 2017

Quirk-Silva Bill to Protect California Jobs Becomes Law

(SACRAMENTO) –Assembly Bill 1727 (AB 1727) by Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva (D-Orange County) was signed into law, by governor Edmund Gerald Brown Jr. AB 1727 reformed the Government Code related to Foreign Trade Zones and the California Foreign Investment Program. Foreign Trade Zones are areas within the state where goods may be imported more easily.  “International…

Hookers for Healthcare comes out against Trumpcare

This press release from legal brothel businesses in Nevada just shows you how bad the GOP Healthcare bill really is: Licensed prostitutes in Nevada are banding together as “Hookers For Health Care” to oppose President Trump’s impending health care legislation, that they say will have a devastating effect on working girls and their families, and…

Orange County Firefighters Endorse Joe Kerr for Supervisor

  Brea, CA – The Orange County Professional Firefighters announced their endorsement of Joe Kerr’s campaign for supervisor today. Support from the firefighters represents one of the most sought after endorsements in Orange County politics. Kerr served as the President of the Orange County Professional Firefighters between 1995 and 2012. In announcing the endorsement, Orange…

Superior Court Denies CATER’s Bid for $200K in Legal Fees

TheLiberalOC has learned that a bid for $200,000 in legal fees for the Coalition of Anaheim Taxpayers for Economic Responsibility (CATER) over a lawsuit filed by Cynthia Ward claiming she was denied documents in a Public Records Act request was denied in Superior Court. So no big payday for CATER’s lawyer Greg Diamond; just imagine…

OC Young Democrats: OC Supervisors’ Budget Ignores Most Vulnerable Residents

Orange County— June 28, 2017 — In response to the OC Board of Supervisors approval of the 2017-2018 County Budget, Orange County Young Democrats Chair Danielle Serbin issued the following statement: “Yesterday, the all-Republican Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an annual budget that ignores the needs of Orange County’s most vulnerable residents.  The…

WeLeadOC’s Candidate Training Program set for July 7

From Karen Hinks of WeLeadOC, this: Our numbers as Orange County women are too big to ignore.  We make up more than half of the County’s electorate. There are other numbers too big to ignore: Woman make up 51% of our County’s voter registration but fall far short as Progressive Democratic Women of Color and…