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Establishing a heat ranking system in California

“Inside the Issues” host Amrit Singh speaks with Assembly member Luz Rivas about her bill to establish a heat ranking system in California. 

Spectrum News’ Daniela Pardo follows the battle over notification policies from Sacramento.

Asambleísta Luz Rivas Honra Legado de Ex Legisladora al Anunciar el Día de Cindy Montañez

La vida y el legado de una angelina de toda la vida, que es “líder nata, pionera y la mujer más joven elegida para servir como concejal de la ciudad de San Fernando”, fueron ensalzados en el piso de la Asamblea Estatal de California el 28 de agosto, cuando la asambleísta Luz Rivas (D-43) honró a una estimada ex legisladora estatal al designar el 19 de enero como el Día de Cindy Montañez.

El Centro Receives $1 Million to Expand Facility for More Mental Health Clinicians

The multilingual organization El Centro de Amistad received $1 million in funding Friday, Aug. 25, to expand the facility in the City of San Fernando and hire more clinicians who can provide the range of mental health, educational and recreational services the center offers.

Staff and board members of the organization, as well as San Fernando Mayor Celeste Rodriguez, gathered outside of the facility as Assemblymember Luz Rivas presented the large ceremonial check.

Forum Holds Frank Discussion on Hate Targeting Vulnerable Latinos

It happened at a taco stand in Watts, where an African American woman instigated a violent attack against a street vendor. Before fleeing the scene in a pink Lexus sedan, she hurled profanity, threw a street sign and physically assaulted the vendor for allegedly refusing to serve her, because the woman had reportedly taken tacos from the stand on multiple occasions without paying. 

Assemblymember Rivas Secures $2 Million for Affordable Healthcare

By the summer of 2024, residents of the forthcoming Corazón del Valle affordable apartments and residents living in surrounding community of Panorama City will have access to a full range of affordable healthcare services thanks to the San Fernando Community Health Center and $2 million in state funding recently secured by Assemblymember Luz Rivas.