“The bias we observed goes beyond the actions of any single city, elected leader, or political party. It’s about who decides what happens to our communities: Out-of-town developers or the people who live and work there,” said Nothoff. “The solution is to give communities a real voice in the planning process.”
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-47) today joined a growing list of California lawmakers who are asking the U.S. Department of Transportation to redirect high-speed rail funding refused by other states to California.
When Je’Net Kreitner agreed to allow volunteers from FedEx Ground in Anaheim into her home, Grandma’s House of Hope, which also serves as a shelter for disabled and distressed women, she was not prepared for what was to happen. The team of 50 volunteers was supposed to remove the carpeting and replace it with laminate…
Blogger reviews Anaheim City Council race and it’s participants.
The Santoianni campaign is proud to have earned the endorsement of Anaheim City Council Member Lorri Galloway.Â Â Council Member Galloway states: â€œJohn Santoianni displays a deep caring for the communities of Anaheim. That will help him to make rational, competent, and compassionate decisions for our great city of Anaheim.â€ This endorsement follows many others who…
Lucille Kring finally hit the mailboxes yesterday, but it was not even an introductory mailer, it was a hit piece on Lou Correa. I am working on getting ahold of the piece. That tells you something about the state of her finances when she has to start off hitting Lou immediately. Well the pro-Correa forces have struck back with www.idontlovelucy.com.
“While Van Tran was avoiding votes on an important anti-trafficking bill, Congresswoman Sanchez was introducing tough new legislation to combat child trafficking and exploitation in the U.S. and abroad,” said Jessica Mejia, the campaign manager for the Committee to Re-Elect Loretta Sanchez. “Our opponent can talk about human rights all he wants, but his paltry record on this issue speaks for itself. Rep. Sanchez has spent the last fourteen years supporting legislation to promote human rights, as well as strengthen education, cut taxes for the middle class, and increase lending to small businesses – issues that are particularly important to her Vietnamese constituents.”