Counties with a majority Latinx population use 906% more pesticides per square mile than counties with fewer than 24% Latinx residents.
This proposed project has failed to engage with residents consistently and in good faith.
A little known policy could provide affordable housing for residents currently facing an affordability crisis in the City of Merced and beyond.
As elusive and unreliable as the basic resources have been at the Oasis Mobile Home Park, so has justice.
As families barely scrape by, landlords can afford to hire legal representation in what is an unfair process in a courtroom which only exacerbates a tenant’s financial liability when the attorney collects additional fees and surcharges from tenants.
As a federal court decision, and as statute 8 U.S.C. § 1611(a) preempts state and local law, state and local law cannot exclude undocumented individuals from CARES funded programs.
By ramping up the production of renewable natural gas for use in buildings and in cars and trucks, California will expand unsustainable agricultural practices that continually pollute nearby communities.
Healthy air and climate justice in California are inextricably linked to the Board’s leadership. We look forward to working with these incoming and returning members of the Board to realize true equity and environmental justice.
While the community has provided input and recommendations for emission reduction measures over the last three years, the draft plan fails to comply with state law and falls short of improving our ability to breathe.
As the Regional Transportation Plan begins to lay out the future of transportation investments in Fresno County, Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability reminds staff, stakeholders, and elected officials about the importance of prioritizing the needs of historically disadvantaged communities.