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March 2021 General Meeting

March 21 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Until further notice, Canada Crescenta Democratic Club meetings will be held online.
The Zoom link for all Membership meetings is

Guest Speaker

Congressman Adam Schiff will answer your questions on the Rim of the Valley Corridor Preservation Act, which the House passed at the end of February. The Act will expand and protect 191,000 acres in the areas surrounding the Los Angeles Basin. Schiff, who has been enthusiastic about this endeavor for years, told his House colleagues about running in the Verdugos and walking in the Arroyo. He says “Enjoy the magic of Los Angeles’s open spaces!”
Read Representative Schiff’s Letter
Read the part of the legisltion having to do with the Rim of the Valley

Guest speaker from Governor Gavin Newsom’s office regarding the Recall Campaign.

 

Presentations and Vote on Resolutions

Remember: Only members in good standing may vote. If you haven’t paid your 2021 dues you may still do so, but will not be able to vote on these resolutions.

Resolutions on Healthcare

Should the Cañada Crescenta Democratic Club (CCDC) resolve to join the Los Angeles County Democratic Party (LACDP) in support of a single Payer Health Care Plan for California?
Shall the CCDC join the LACDP in urging Governor Gavin Newsom to apply for waivers allowing California to implement single-payer healthcare system within the first 100 days of the Biden Administration?

Resolution on local Native tribe

Will we support federal recognition of the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians?

Resolution_004-2024_-_Support_of_Federal_Recognition_of_the_Fernandeño_Tataviam_Band_of_Mission_Indians

AAPI- Asian-American/Pacific Islander group gaining interest

Suzanne Goldberg, whom you all know as our enthusiastic Vietnamese-American membership chair, is a Delegate to the California Democratic Party, and a member of the AAPI- Asian-American/Pacific Islander Caucus. She will inform us about her involvement in this important advocacy group

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