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TORRANCE – Senator Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) will be giving away roughly 1,000 free turkeys to non-profits, churches and constituents from Senate District 35 so families in need can share a healthy and hearty holiday meal with loved ones. Senator Bradford, who is finishing his first year in the California State Senate, continues his tradition when he served as a state Assemblymember, by prov
SACRAMENTO – Senate District 35 was awarded over $11 million in funding for projects to transform community streets, walkways and parks into green spaces that improve air and water quality and provide greater opportunities for walking, biking and recreation. The local recipients of this critical funding are in the communities of Compton, Lynwood, South Gate, Watts and South Los Angeles.
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SACRAMENTO -- As allegations of sexual harassment and abuse toward women at the state Capitol continue to come to light, a State Senate Select Committee dedicated to women's equality held a hearing Tuesday morning about biases that women face in the workplace.
The themes in the hearing Tuesday were amplified by the national discussion on sexual harassment.
SACRAMENTO – Today, Senator Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) provided comments in response to the article published by the Sacramento Bee, regarding claims of vitriolic arguments over diversity and bias preceding the termination of prominent African American, State Administrative Law Judge Karen Clopton of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).
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Carson – California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) has been awarded a $166,000 grant from the College Futures Foundation to improve bachelor degree completion for male students of color in the California State University (CSU) system.