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By Alex Johnson
A child’s health and chance to survive a serious medical condition should not be dependent on their family’s income. All children deserve access to high-quality health care services – particularly children who are medically fragile or have serious diseases.
A source from the FBI’s Los Angeles Division alerted the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s office that the Central Coast had become a hub for commercial sexual exploitation of minors — a crime that had gone relatively undetected by local authorities. Photo: Ken Pfeiffer Photography
By Leah Bartos
Victims of violent crime are more likely to be low-income, under 30 and Latino or African American, according to a survey by Californians for Safety and Justice. Aswad Thomas, pictured above, was shot in the back twice in 2009. Photo courtesy of Aswad Thomas.
By Lily Dayton
By Megan Macnee The Napa Valley is a world class destination and a great thing about Sacramento is we are... read more
First up, Steven Root and Rachel Iskow join us from Mutual Housing California to discuss providing a permanent solution to the housing needs of low-income families. For More Information about Mutual Housing California www.MutualHousing.com Next Jodie Fleming joins us to discuss her upcoming short film, The Black Carnation that will be premiering at the...
by Erica Root If you’ve been following my recent Adventures in Home Buying series, you are well aware that I... read more