Last week the legislature finalized California’s 21-22 budget, after months of negotiations and months of advocacy to ensure that state investments addressed priorities of lower income and communities of color in Inland California. Here’s our take on budget bills passed…
The San Joaquin Valley is often labelled as having “more affordable” housing compared to the rest of California. But for Valley residents, rents are not so affordable.
Investing in Dairy Biogas Perpetuates and Exacerbates air and water pollution from dairies in California’s Central Valley.
California and its constituent communities will require innovative community driven partnerships and physical infrastructure to support response and recovery efforts from compounding disasters.
Leadership Counsel analyzed Gov. Gavin Newsom's May Revise and found good, not so good, and much that’s still to be determined.
About 26,800 residents in the San Joaquin Valley rely on domestic wells or very small water systems for drinking water. But these shallow groundwater wells are threatened by overpumping and drought.
State leadership can signal this week that California mobile home park residents should not have to fear living in unsafe conditions, but rather that they have the right to fair housing.
We write as Californians and residents of Oasis Mobile Home Park to ask you to include $30 million in the May Revise and in budget negotiations to resolve a crisis impacting our lives and the lives of our children.
For the Oasis Mobile Home Park in the Eastern Coachella Valley, a direct solution to the problems facing residents rests on a decision at the California capital.
Some alarming signs are emerging of the way some counties are failing to help fix the state’s affordable housing crisis.