Town Hall Meeting to be held by Assemblymember and State Senator


Thursday, April 11th, 2013
Issue 15, Volume 17.
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FALLBROOK – Assemblymember Marie Waldron and State Senator Joel Anderson invite Fallbrook and Bonsall area residents to attend a Town Hall Meeting on Friday, April 19 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the community room of Fallbrook Library, 124 S. Mission Road.

This event is free, open to the public, and sponsored by the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce.

Attendees are encouraged to RSVP to Assemblymember Waldron’s office at (760) 480-7570 or by email to Assemblymember.Waldron@assembly.ca.gov.

Town Hall Meeting to be held by Assemblymember and State Senator - Courtesy photo. - State Senator Joel Anderson
State Senator Joel Anderson

Town Hall Meeting to be held by Assemblymember and State Senator - Courtesy photo. - Assemblymember Marie Waldron
Assemblymember Marie Waldron


 

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Comment Profile ImageLarissa
Comment #1 | Sunday, Jul 7, 2013 at 1:21 am
AB 1831 would have banned the box for peploe with conviction history in all local municipalities in California. a0It failed to get out of the Senate Committee on Governance and Finance on June 28. a0 National Employment Law Project (NELP) spearheaded the bill and was nice enough to send out an email thanking everyone involved. a0Here's a brief excerpt from the email: Folks, first and above all—THANK YOU for supporting AB 1831 (ban the box). We are disappointed that AB 1831 was held in Senate Governance and Finance Committee today, but we’re grateful for all we’ve accomplished together. Delaying conviction history inquiry was an idea born out of the experiences of the peploe most impacted—groups like All of Us or None (led by formerly incarcerated peploe) and others have spread this reform to five other states and over 30 U.S. cities and counties. Today, California missed an opportunity to adopt a cost-effective, smart employment strategy to complement the state’s efforts to reduce recidivism. a0But, this is a fight that will continue.

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