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Reps. Judy Chu and Grace Napolitano launch annual domestic violence campaign

Congresswoman Judy Chu (CA-27) joined Congresswoman Grace Napolitano (CA-32), Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park, and other local businesses and women’s rights organizations to kick off the 11th Annual Domestic Violence Collection…

Governor signs ban of Confederate flag into law

By Jennifer Schlueter Because the Confederate states, which favored slavery, promoted the Confederate flag during the Civil War, it is to many a sign of racism rather than Southern pride.…

Child molester sentenced to 25 years to life

A man was sentenced today to 25 years to life in state prison and mandatory lifetime sex offender registration for sexually assaulting two boys, ages 9 to 11, and possessing…

Convicted of soliciting prostitution? Get ready to see your name posted online

Convicted of soliciting prostitution? Get ready to see your name posted online

by Vickie Vértiz As if it were not enough to be convicted of a crime, the Anaheim City Council decided Tuesday, September 23, that any person convicted of soliciting a…

Anaheim Press 09/29/2014

Anaheim Press 09/29/2014

Safer roads for bicyclists in California thanks to mandatory 3-feet buffer zone

By Jennifer Schlueter Until last week, drivers were required to keep a “safe,” but unspecified, distance to bicyclists. However, this law didn’t protect bicyclists enough, because, for example, in 2012,…

Anaheim Press 09/22/2014

Anaheim Press 09/22/2014

New Anaheim superintendent sees values in all students

by Vickie Vértiz To capture the kind of man Michael Matsuda is, here is a story. While he was being welcomed as the new Anaheim Union High School District superintendent…

Rep. Schiff – President should seek authorization for any continued use of force in Iraq or Syria from Congress

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), a senior Member of the Intelligence Committee and author of legislation to sunset the post-9/11 authorization for use of military force, released the following statement: “The…

New law requires paid sick leave for California workers

By Jennifer Schlueter According to the governor’s office, “about 40% of California’s workforce – an estimated 6.5 million people – have no paid sick leave benefits at all,” stated the…

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