November 11, 2016

A Trump presidency is a direct threat to our safety and well-being. The next four years will require extreme courage from those of us who believe in justice and equality. And we’ll need you - your energy, time, and talent. Will you commit to joining the fight?

November 8, 2016

Los Angeles is home to some of the most congested freeways in the nation! On average, LA drivers lose 81 hours annually simply because of traffic.

But on November 8 you could change that by voting YES on Measure M. 

November 8, 2016

Oil companies will spend millions to oppose our citizens' initiative to ban fracking this November. Why? Because they want unrestricted use of land and water to drill new oil wells and stimulate older wells using extreme techniques like fracking and acidizing.

November 8, 2016

Oakland Police Department has a reputation for lawlessness going back more than a decade, when a judge placed the department under federal oversight for a pattern of civil rights violations and brutality.

November 8, 2016

More than half of campaign funds for Berkeley elections come from less than 1 percent of households. And seven of the last eight Berkeley City Council races were won by the individuals who raised the most money. This is a real problem.

November 8, 2016

For decades, the sugar industry lied about sugar’s impact on people’s health, even funding research to blame fat for heart disease, diabetes, and other ailments

November 8, 2016

For decades, the sugar industry lied about sugar’s impact on people’s health, even funding research to blame fat for heart disease, diabetes, and other ailments

November 8, 2016

For decades, the sugar industry lied about sugar’s impact on people’s health, even funding research to blame fat for heart disease, diabetes, and other ailments

November 8, 2016

Originally designed to carry 100,000 riders a week, BART now carries over 400,000 riders a day. The tremendous surge in ridership has placed a significant strain on the four decade old train system.

November 4, 2016

Rent in Alameda is increasing, on average, at 10 times the rate of inflation. Household income, however, has not kept pace. As a result, more and more Alameda residents are unable to afford housing thanks to skyrocketing rents and the rising crisis of “no-cause” evictions. This is unacceptable.

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