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    As part of a statewide effort to address hate, California Attorney General Rob Bonta was joined by Irvine Mayor Farrah N. Khan and local leaders for an anti-hate roundtable discussion. The roundtable in Irvine is the 13th in a series of meetings led by Attorney General Bonta across the state to bring together local elected officials, law enforcement officers, and community leaders ...
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    By Daniella Masterson It fills our social media feeds and dominates the news cycle.  From political leaders’ racist rhetoric to neighbors’ deadly intolerance, hate is rising. “While we would like California to be an exception, hate, unfortunately, it has no borders,” said California Attorney General Rob Bonta. “Even California is not immune.” Bonta recently held ...
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    California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced filing a comment letter that identifies serious legal issues concerning the proposed Airport Gateway Specific Plan in the Inland Empire Cities of Highland and San Bernardino. The Airport Gateway Specific Plan would streamline future development of up to 9.2 million square feet of new warehouses just north of the San Bernardino Airport. In his comment letter, ...
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    At the roundtable in Anaheim, local leaders came together to address growing hate crimes and incidents and ways to combat extremism in California As part of a statewide effort to address hate, California Attorney General Rob Bonta was joined by Anaheim Mayor Ashleigh Aitken and local leaders in Orange County for an anti-hate roundtable discussion. ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Back and forth litigation in the City of Huntington Beach has advocates pressuring the city into compliance to provide more affordable housing units, or risk triggering costly penalties and fines for violating the state’s Housing Element law. Following the state’s lawsuit against the city earlier this year, the city attorney filed its ...
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    By McKenzie Jackson California Black Media One hundred and ten African Americans died or suffered serious bodily injury during encounters with law enforcement officers in the Golden State over the course of the last year. Blacks made up 16.7 % of the civilians that were killed or suffered severe injury injured during incidents involving the ...
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    By Dianne Anderson Black businesses packed the house last week, turning out to celebrate Black Business Month with some legendary barbecue, but also seeking pointers from Attorney General Rob Bonta on how the state of California is working toward their economic empowerment. Janice Chafin, immediate past president of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, ...