Federal Policies and Budget (California)

Federal Policies and Budget (California)

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We support measures to promote the sound financing of regular governmental services and of major capital improvements.

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The LWVDV recognizes the need for both long-term and immediate ongoing solutions to transportation problems.

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The SRV members of the LWVDV support the adoption of a slope density/ridgeline development ordinance for all unincorporated areas of the San Ramon Valley.

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The LWVDV supports measures that involve the community in each district's budget process, keeping in mind the educational needs of students.

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The Walnut Creek members of the LWVDV support continuing the present conservative fiscal management of the city.
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We are approaching the 77th anniversary of FDR’s Four Freedoms speech before Congress.  In addition to citing First Amendment rights, he advocated freedom from fear (of the violence and chaos of war) and from want—for everyone in the world.  It wa

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At the November Behavioral Health Board (BHB) meeting, Deputy Director Susan Holt gave the Department of Behavioral Health Update.  Two program reviews were included:   

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Including Conservation, Clean Energy, Prudent Evaluation of Clean Energy Projects, Reducing Impacts of Energy Sources on Local and Global Air and Water Quality, and Proposed New State Efforts in Energy Policy.

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The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports comprehensive, flexible and effective mental health legislation and programs for adults and children needing preventive help, maintenance, treatment and rehabilitation.

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The League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara supports a health care delivery system for all South Coast residents adequately financed by private or public funds.

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