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Media Organizations

Pro Publica -- Independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest.

Public News Service -- Public News Service is a member-supported news service that advocates journalism in the public interest.

Public Radio International (PRI) -- A global non-profit media company focused on the intersection of journalism and engagement to affect positive change in people’s lives.

Raw Story -- American online news organization founded in 2004 by John Byrne. It covers current national and international political and economic news and publishes its own editorials and investigative pieces.

Record, The (Stockton) -- Based in Stockton.

Redlands Daily Facts -- The Redlands Daily Facts is a daily newspaper owned by Digital First Media.

Reuters News Service -- International news agency headquartered in London that is a division of Thomson Reuters.

Sacramento News & Review -- Sacramento News & Review is an alternative weekly newspaper.

San Diego Union-Tribune -- The San Diego Union-Tribune is a major newspaper covering San Diego County.

San Francisco Chronicle -- The San Francisco Chronicle is the largest newspaper in Northern California. Also operates SFGate.com.

San Jose Inside -- "A look inside San Jose politics and culture." Since 2005.

San Luis Obispo Tribune -- Organization Website Primary geographic focus: Central Coast, Southern California Organization Type: Media This page

San Mateo Daily Journal --
The Daily Journal is published six days a week, Monday through Friday plus a combo Weekend edition.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Bay Area
Organization Type: Media

The Daily Journal is published six days a week, Monday through Friday plus a combo Weekend edition. The newspaper is distributed throughout San Mateo County and northern Santa Clara County, and on the internet.




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News Story

County bans mobile home park closures and conversions

Bill Silverfarb
San Mateo Daily Journal
November 18, 2015
Concerned about the preservation of affordable housing, San Mateo County halts closure of mobile home parks.

Evicted tenants find relief: Landlord agrees to pay relocation costs for tenants at 910 Clinton St. in Redwood City

Bill Silverfarb
San Mateo Daily Journal
August 14, 2015
The new owner agreed to provide relocation assistance to tenants awaiting eviction at 910 Clinton St. They were supposed to leave by June 30 but will now have until October 12, rent-free.

News Story

Building sold, tenant leases terminated: Rents go up as soon as Burlingame property changes hands

Bill Silverfarb
San Mateo Daily Journal
September 22, 2015
Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto secured relocation assistance and additional time to move out.

Press Release

Before the courts

Susan Cohn
San Mateo Daily Journal
July 12, 2015
Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County, member of LIBRE, honored with the Cross-Sector Collaboration And Partnership Award at the Thrive Alliance Star Power Nonprofit Awards Breakfast.



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Santa Barbara Indpendent --
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Central Coast
Organization Type: Media


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Santa Cruz Sentinel --
The Santa Cruz Sentinel is a daily newspaper covering Santa Cruz County.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Central Coast
Organization Type: Media

The Santa Cruz Sentinel is a daily newspaper covering Santa Cruz County and owned by Digital First Media, formerly known as MediaNews Group.




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News Story

Living on $10 an hour in Santa Cruz County

Jondi Gumz
Santa Cruz Sentinel
May 8, 2015
A multimedia presentation premiered at the Museum of Art & History, which was based on research, a survey of 1,300 workers who make less than $15 an hour, and 75 in-depth interviews.

News Story

California rejects thousands of requests for antipsychotic drugs for poor kids, foster youth

Karen de Sá
Santa Cruz Sentinel
March 11, 2015
State regulators rejected nearly 1 in 5 requests to administer antipsychotic medications for foster youth in January 2015 because they were deemed medically unnecessary.



This page last modified: Fri, October 2, 2015 -- 4:03 pm ET



Santa Monica Daily Press (SMDP) --
Santa Monica Daily Press a freely distributed microdaily newspaper with 81,500 readers.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Southwestern California
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: SMDP

Santa Monica Daily Press a freely distributed microdaily newspaper in Santa Monica which was founded in 2001. SMDP has 81,500 readers.




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News Story

Rental buyout debate continued to April

Matthew Hall
Santa Monica Daily Press (SMDP)
October 2, 2015
The Rent Control Board tabled a decision on creating a database of rental buyout agreements, but required landlords to give tenants a document detailing their rights during a buyout.

News Story

Landlord discrimination against section 8 vouchers outlawed

David Mark Simpson
Santa Monica Daily Press (SMDP)
May 7, 2015
Santa Monica city council approved an ordinance that prohibits housing discrimination based on source of income, including Section 8 vouchers.



This page last modified: Fri, October 2, 2015 -- 10:23 am ET



SF Gate --
Free news portal for the San Francisco Bay area. Different from SFChronicle.com, a premium, subscription-based website.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Bay Area, Northern California
Organization Type: Media



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News Story

Drivers with unpaid-ticket license suspensions may get a break

Bob Egelko
SF Gate
June 20, 2015
The newly-approved state budget includes debt relief and payment assistance for drivers whose licenses were suspended for failing to pay for traffic tickets.

News Story

Bay Area Internet mogul ordered to pay driver nearly $500,000

Evan Sernoffsky
SF Gate
March 1, 2016
Victory for the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center.

News Story

California pressed to stop collecting students’ citizenship data

Jill Tucker
SF Gate
March 27, 2017
There is no reason for schools to know a students' immigration status, and by requiring that information advocates fear fewer immigrant families will send their children to school.

News Story

Rights groups sue BART over ‘filthy’ elevators, broken escalators

SF Gate
April 5, 2017
Legal Aid at Work and Disability Rights Advocates have filed a complaint against the Bay Area Rapid Transit, citing their multiple civil rights violations that hurt people with disabilities.

News Story

Student Detained By Ice To Miss Start Of Semester, Despite Help From Lawmakers

SF Gate
January 11, 2018
EBCLC attorney, Prerna Lal, represents UC Berkeley student, Luis Mora, after being detained by ICE at a border patrol checkpoint in Southern California.



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Southern California Public Radio (SCPR) --
A member-supported public media network that operates 89.3 KPCC-FM in Los Angeles and Orange County, 89.1 KUOR-FM in the Inland Empire and 90.3 KVLA in the Coachella Valley
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Southern California, Southwestern California
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: SCPR

Our mission is to strengthen the civic and cultural bonds that unite Southern California’s diverse communities by providing the highest quality news and information service through radio and other interactive media. We will be a public forum that engages its audiences in an ongoing dialogue and exploration of issues, events and cultures in the region and in the world, seeking to provide greater understanding and new perspectives to the people of these communities and their leaders.




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News Story

Bill seeks to limit California’s Medi-Cal asset recovery

Stephanie O’Neill
Southern California Public Radio (SCPR)
July 6, 2015
CANHR co-sponsored SB 33, which would modify Medi-Cal's reimbursement policies.

News Story

Compton school district lawsuit equating trauma with disabilities proceeds

Southern California Public Radio (SCPR)
September 30, 2015
Federal Judge Michael Fitzgerald denied the district's motion to dismiss the lawsuit.



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The Almanac --
The Almanac Online is the community news and information service for Menlo Park, Atherton, Portola Valley and Woodside, contiguous communities located on the Midpeninsula south of San Francisco.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Bay Area
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: Almanac

The Almanac Online is the community news and information service for Menlo Park, Atherton, Portola Valley and Woodside, contiguous communities located on the Midpeninsula south of San Francisco. The Web site, www.AlmanacNews.com, provides frequent news updates; a forum called Town Square, where residents and visitors exchange information and ideas on matters large and small; and other features designed to link people with information about community events and resources.




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News Story

Legal aid report: No-cause tenant eviction rate rises sharply

Dave Boyce
The Almanac
December 15, 2016
After collecting years of data, Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto and Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County have released the "first centralized, publicly available source of information to reveal the full scale of the eviction problem in the heart of Silicon Valley."



This page last modified: Fri, December 16, 2016 -- 11:53 am ET



The Asian Journal --
The Filipino community newspaper since 1991.
Organization Website

Twitter: @AsianJournalCom
Facebook: Facebook
Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media

The Asian Journal is one of the biggest Filipino American (FilAm) publishing firms in America and delivers the latest news and information for the global Filipino community.




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News Story

AAPI community organizations make push for immigrants to apply for DACA

Allyson Escobar
The Asian Journal
April 10, 2015
Low enrollment among AAPI immigrants eligible for DACA prompted community organizations to push outreach.

News Story

Senate-approved plan would promote legal services for low-income Californians

Allyson Escobar
The Asian Journal
September 15, 2015
SB 134, which would support a loan-assistance program for attorneys committed to serving the public interest, awaits governor's signature.



This page last modified: Tue, September 29, 2015 -- 11:06 am ET



The Bakersfield Californian --
The Bakersfield Californian is a daily newspaper serving Bakersfield, California and surrounding Kern County in the state's San Joaquin Valley.
Organization Website

Twitter: @Bakersfieldcali
Facebook: Facebook
Primary geographic focus: Central Valley
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: Bakersfield

The Bakersfield Californian is a daily newspaper serving Bakersfield, California and surrounding Kern County in the state’s San Joaquin Valley.




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News Story

Kern High School District discrimination suit moves forward

The Bakersfield Californian
May 27, 2016



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The Boston Globe --
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: Boston Globe


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The District Chronicles --
Creating content for young people and professionals in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Organization Website

Twitter: @thechronicles
Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media, Online

The District Chronicles is published 52 weeks annually and serves communities in Washington, DC, Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, and Northern Virginia. Editorial and advertising content is targeted at young people and professionals, ages 18-55 years-old. The District Chronicles features local news and issues related to personal finance, politics, health, technology, student life, spiritual faith, and the arts.




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News Story

Pressure builds for Feds to Ban the Box

Freddie Allen
The District Chronicles
June 22, 2015
Many states and Washington, D.C. have passed laws making it easier for ex-offenders to find employment. Advocates are now looking for a federal law to ban the box.



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The Fresno Bee --
First published in 1922, The Fresno Bee is the primary news source for the central San Joaquin Valley.
Organization Website

Twitter: @FresnoBee
Facebook: Facebook
Primary geographic focus: Central Valley
Organization Type: Media

The Fresno Bee is the primary news source for the central San Joaquin Valley, covering a six-county area that is one of the fastest-growing regions in California.

The Fresno Bee’s circulation area covers approximately 18,000 square miles, and each week, The Fresno Bee’s print and online products reach 68% of adults in Fresno County.




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News Story

ACLU, Clovis Unified announce details on graduation feather agreement

Rory Appleton
The Fresno Bee
June 3, 2015
A deal was made by the ACLU, California Indian Legal Services and the Native American Rights Fund to allow a Clovis Unified graduating senior to attach the feather to his cap during graduation.

News Story

Chris Schneider, Fresno civil-rights lawyer, receives state Bar honor

Pablo Lopez
The Fresno Bee
September 27, 2015
CCLS Executive Director Chris Schneider receives California State Bar high honor.

News Story

LA Superior Court agrees with feds to expand interpreters

The Associated Press (AP)
The Fresno Bee
September 20, 2016
Limited and non-English speaking Californians see victory as LA Superior Court agrees to increase access to free language services.



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The Hill --
The Hill is an American political journalism newspaper and website published in Washington, D.C. since 1994. It is published by Capitol Hill Publishing, which is owned by News Communications, Inc.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Bay Area, California Statewide, Central Coast, Central Valley, Eastern California, National, Northern California, Northern District, Rural, Sacramento Region, Southern California, Southwestern California, SPECIAL
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: The Hill

The Hill is an American political journalism newspaper and website published in Washington, D.C. since 1994. It is published by Capitol Hill Publishing, which is owned by News Communications, Inc.




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Opinion

The Race Mistake

Vishnu Sridharan
The Hill
May 25, 2016
An analysis by the Institute on Assets and Social Policy supports that if the Federal Government invested $60,000 in an account for children from low-income families, the net worth gap between African Americans and their white counterparts would narrow by more than 80 percent.



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The Modesto Bee --
The Modesto Bee serves Stanislaus County (the primary market), southern San Joaquin County, Merced County, Tuolumne County, Calaveras County and parts of Mariposa County.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Central Valley
Organization Type: Media

The Modesto Bee serves Stanislaus County (the primary market), southern San Joaquin County, Merced County, Tuolumne County, Calaveras County and parts of Mariposa County. The Modesto Bee has a circulation of 60,595 and 611,641 average monthly unique visitors on their website. They are owned by The McClatchy Company.




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News Story

Parklawn homes can finally make connection to Modesto wastewater service

Ken Carlson
The Modesto Bee
October 13, 2015
The first sewer lines in Parklawn, an unincorporated island south of Modesto, were installed due to failing septic tanks that prompted a 2004 lawsuit settled in 2011.



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The Orange County Register --
The Orange County Register is the flagship newspaper of Freedom Communications, Inc.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Southwestern California
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: OC Register

The Orange County Register is the flagship newspaper of Freedom Communications, Inc.

The newspaper portfolio includes two-dozen community newspapers serving Orange County’s 34 cities and Spanish-language weekly UNIDOS.

Monthly magazines include Coast, OC Register Family and Southland Golf. Its market-leading digital offerings include OCRegister.com, OCVarsity.com, OrangeCounty.com and many others.




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News Story

Court: Huntington Beach can’t remove hundreds of low-income units from housing plan

Greg Mellen
The Orange County Register
November 19, 2015

Interview

On the Job: Don’t let sick leave law give you a headache

Michelle V. Rafter
The Orange County Register
August 19, 2015
Michelle V. Rafter interviews Sharon Terman, a senior staff attorney and director of the Work and Family Program at the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center, to answer some questions about common scenarios.

News Story

County joins pilot program for seniors, disabled patients covered by both Medicare and Medi-Cal

Courtney Perkes
The Orange County Register
September 9, 2015
Orange County began automatically enrolling low-income seniors and people with disabilities in a new health plan offering extra benefits, such as transportation to appointments.

News Story

What happens when homeless people are sent to motels? Some are welcomed, some treated warily, some kicked out

Theresa Walker
The Orange County Register
March 27, 2018
Even after the hurdle of finding housing, formerly homeless people are still experiencing discrimination and backlash to their placement in local motels.



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The Press Democrat --
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Northern California
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: Press Democrat

About the Press Democrat Newspaper

The very first newspaper in Santa Rosa, the parent of today’s Press Democrat, was begun in 1857, just three years after Santa Rosa was chosen as the seat of Sonoma County and seven years after California became a part of the United States.

Called the Sonoma Democrat this newspaper was a four-page weekly. Its name reflected the politics of the Santa Rosa and Russian River valleys, which were settled in the 1840s and ’50s by farmers from Missouri, Kentucky and Tennessee.

The founding publisher was Alpheus Russell, a merchant with some newspaper experience who came to open a general store on Third Street. John Taylor, a prosperous rancher south of the new town, encouraged Russell to establish the paper, giving him a five-dollar gold piece for the first subscription.

At the end of a year, Russell sold the paper to printer E.R. Budd, who sold it again in 1860. The new owner was Thomas Thompson, a young Virginian who had edited Petaluma’s Sonoma County Journal five years earlier at the age of 17.

Thompson was a supporter of the Southern cause and conventional wisdom of the time said that Democratic party money, perhaps Confederate money, helped Thompson buy the paper to oppose the election of Abraham Lincoln.

Thompson and Samuel Cassiday, the Republican editor of the Petaluma paper, carried on a Civil War of words, in which Thompson was victorious.

Lincoln did not carry Sonoma County in either 1860 or 1864 elections.

Thompson played a major role in politics in Santa Rosa, the state, and later as U.S. Amabassador to Brazil. He sold the Sonoma Democrat in 1897 to Ernest L. Finley, owner of The Evening Press who merged the two papers and renamed the new publication The Press Democrat. Finley also bought The Santa Rosa Republican, the paper’s long-time competitor, in 1927. Ernest Finley’s wife, Ruth, was very much a part of the affairs of the newspaper. She encouraged him, also, to establish radio station KSRO in 1936. Control of the newspaper and radio station passed to Ruth at his death in 1942.

Mrs. Finley, described as a gentle, soft-spoken woman, co-published the two newspapers along with her son-in-law, Evert Person, for the next 31 years. During that time circulation of the newspaper rose from 10,000 to 55,000 subscribers. In 1948 the Santa Rosa Republican and The Press Democrat were merged. The Republican was renamed The Evening Press and continued as the afternoon edition. The morning edition continued as The Press Democrat. In 1951 The Evening Press died and The Press Democrat became the sole evening edition.

At Mrs. Finley’s death in 1973, ownership of The Press Democrat passed to her son-in-law and daughter, Evert and Ruth Person.

In 1985, shortly before Ruth Person died, the Persons sold The Press Democrat to The New York Times Company. In August 1985, three months after its takeover of the newspaper, The New York Times Company began construction on a $31 million, 78,000 square foot Rohnert Park production plant. Just one year later, the new Press Democrat rolled off the brand new 4-story presses and the community was urged to “Take A New Look.”

In January 2012, the Press Democrat Media Company briefly joined Halifax Media Holdings, a Florida-based company, ending the Press Democrat’s association with The New York Times Company. In November 2012, Sonoma Media Investments, LLC, (http://sonomamediainvestments.com) consisting of a group of local investors and community leaders, purchased The Press Democrat along with the North Bay Business Journal and the Petaluma Argus Courier, and all affiliated websites. This returned the Press Democrat to local ownership after nearly three decades.

Today, with a readership of about a quarter million adults, The Press Democrat is the largest newspaper between San Francisco and the Oregon border.

Even now, the paper remains a reflection of the community it serves, through its Celebrate Community program and through additional contributions to area charities such as Starcross Community (funding for work with AIDS babies), the Holiday Spirit Drive for Coalition Against Hunger, the Helping Hand Fund and the United Way, as well as acting as a major sponsor of the Volunteer Center for the annual Human Race event.

The Press Democrat is also active in contributing to numerous education and other organizations such as the Sonoma State University Press Democrat Youth Service Award for high school seniors, awarded for youth service work.

Additionally, the company participates in community events and agencies such as the 4th of July Celebration of Sonoma County and the Sonoma County Family YMCA.

Unlike most other major newspapers, The Press Democrat has literally grown up with the area it serves. As Northern California continues to develop into the 21st century, so too will The Press Democrat.




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News Story

Sonoma County housing, homeless and legal services brace for budget cuts under President Trump’s plan

GUY KOVNER
The Press Democrat
March 16, 2017
In Sonoma County, residents are bracing themselves for a decline in services for housing, health care, elderly care, and legal aid.

News Story

Section 8 housing vouchers-holders struggle to stay in community post-fire

Kevin Fixler
The Press Democrat
December 28, 2017
“The displacement can be widespread. There’s really nowhere for people to go.”

News Story

Novato landlord charged with price gouging as prosecutors scour for cases after fires

Kevin Fixler
The Press Democrat
April 18, 2018
Legal Aid of Sonoma County comments on the issue of housing in Novato, as landlords are illegally raising rent prices over 10% after the Northern wildfires.



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The Recorder --
California's leading news and analysis publication at the crossroads of the legal, business, and technology trends shaping law practice today.
Organization Website

Twitter: @RecorderTweets
Facebook: Facebook
Primary geographic focus: California Statewide
Organization Type: Media, Online
Tags: Technology

The Recorder provides daily news and insights that California companies and law firms rely on to stay sharp in an increasingly competitive and challenging marketplace. The weekly newspaper and digital site focus on the legal developments affecting tech-centric businesses and practices—and the players who are front and center in litigation, deal-making, academia, judiciary, and more.




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News Story

Legal Hackathon Takes More Than Endurance

Patience Haggin
The Recorder
October 26, 2015
Hackathons address civil legal aid as services providers prepare for a more automated profession.

News Story

Rocket Lawyer Partners With Bay Area Legal Aid

Patience Haggin
The Recorder
November 3, 2015
Rocket Lawyer and BayLegal partner to address civil legal aid needs.

News Story

2015 Innovator Awards: Bonnie Hough

Cheryl Miller
The Recorder
December 4, 2015
Bonnie Hough, Managing Attorney at the Judicial Council of California's Center for Families, Children & the Courts, is announced as a 2015 Innovator Award winner.

News Story

Would-Be Lawyers May Have to Give It Away

Cheryl Miller
The Recorder
March 4, 2016
New York, with only about a quarter of the population of California, allocated $85 million for legal aid programs whereas California provides just $10 million,

News Story

California Lawmakers Want a ‘Firewall’ to Shield State from Trump

Cheryl Miller
The Recorder
December 5, 2016
Despite the uncertainty and fluctuating tune of the President-Elect's positions, lawmakers are preparing to protect their constituents.



This page last modified: Wed, November 4, 2015 -- 12:43 pm ET



The San Bernardino Sun --
The SB Sun serves most of the Inland Empire in Southern California. It is owned by Digital First Media, formerly known as MediaNews Group.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Eastern California, Southern California
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: The Sun

The SB Sun serves most of the Inland Empire in Southern California. It is owned by Digital First Media, formerly known as MediaNews Group.




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News Story

San Bernardino County struggles with increased service demand in wake of prison realignment

Joe Nelson
The San Bernardino Sun
July 9, 2015
San Bernardino Count Sheriff John McMahon McMahon said that realignment has increased the need for mental health services in county jails.



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ThinkProgress --
Editorially independent project of the Center for American Progress Action Fund.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media, Research/Policy/Organizing
Acronym or short name: TP

ThinkProgress is editorially independent. All editorial decisions are made by the editors of ThinkProgress. Editorial decisions are not influenced by those who financially support the site, either through advertising or contributions to our parent organization.

ThinkProgress is not partisan. We produce critical reporting on Republicans, Democrats and Independents alike.

ThinkProgress is progressive. We believe the best way to advance progressive values is to accurately and thoroughly report on what is happening in America and the world.

ThinkProgress is committed to accuracy. We check our facts and seek multiple sources. Any errors will be promptly and transparently corrected.



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Time --
an American weekly news magazine published in New York City. It was founded in 1923 and as of 2014, its circulation was 3,286,467.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media


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Times Record --
News source for western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media


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Today --
Today is a morning news program on NBC.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: TODAY

Today is a morning news program on NBC.




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News Story

Behind the scenes of ‘Know How,’ the film that gives a new face to foster youth

Randee Dawn
Today
May 14, 2015
"Know How" is a musical film about foster youth, which aims to pass A.B. 403 and other measures for the well-being of foster youth.



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Trends in State Courts --
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Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media


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Truthdig --
Organization Website

Organization Type: Media, Online
Acronym or short name: Truthdig

Truthdig, founded in 2005 by Publisher Zuade Kaufman and Editor in Chief Robert Scheer, is dedicated to reporting on current issues that are insufficiently covered by mainstream media. The website’s mission is to dig beneath the headlines, provide expert reporting and commentary and offer an outlet for original work by exceptional journalists.




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Editorial

Behind Closed Doors: Preventing Sexual Abuse in Nursing Homes

Barbara Dunlap
Truthdig
December 23, 2017



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UCLA Newsroom --
Primary geographic focus: Bay Area, California Statewide, Central Coast, Central Valley, Eastern California, National, Northern California, Northern District, Rural, Sacramento Region, Southern California, Southwestern California, SPECIAL
Organization Type: Media
Tags: University of California



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News Story

New study reveals nuanced story behind wealth disparity across racial and ethnic groups in L.A.

Melany De La Cruz-Viesca, Erin Fogg
UCLA Newsroom
March 10, 2016
The report’s authors urge lawmakers to address structural discrimination in asset and credit markets among other recommendations.



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Univision America --
Spanish-language talk radio network produced and distributed by Univision Communications. Launched 2012. Heard on AM radio stations in California, Texas, Illinois, Nevada, Florida, and New York.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media
Tags: Language Access

Univision America is a Spanish-language talk radio network produced and distributed by Univision Communications. It was launched on July 4, 2012 on 9 U.S. AM radio stations in California, Texas, Illinois, Nevada, and Florida. As of March 2014, it has added one FM station in New York. The stations are all owned and operated by Univision Radio.



This page last modified: Wed, September 2, 2015 -- 10:37 am ET



USA Today --
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Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media



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News Story

Disabled rights advocates fight assisted suicide legislation

Anna Gorman
USA Today
June 28, 2015
ABX2-15 would allow patients to end their lives. Depression and incorrect prognoses can lead to premature death of people with disabilities.

News Story

Daniel Edozie’s reason to smile

Eric Prisbell
USA Today
February 24, 2015
Daniel Edozie, forward for men's basketball at Iowa State, grew up homeless and was almost deported in 2006 until Kristen Jackson at Public Counsel stepped in and helped him Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.

News Story

Lawsuit says disabled inmates treated poorly at jail

USA Today
April 11, 2017



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Vallejo Times-Herald --
News articles, photos, videos and breaking news for Vallejo, the U.S. and more.
Organization Website

Twitter: Twitter
Facebook: Facebook
Primary geographic focus: Bay Area, California Statewide
Organization Type: Media

Serving Solano and Napa counties since 1875.




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News Story

Brown vetoes bill, which would have helped students of shuttered colleges

John Glidden
Vallejo Times-Herald
October 12, 2015
California civil legal aid providers disappointed after veto of new, state-funded program to give legal aid to students seeking federal student-loan debt relief.



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Voice of OC --
Voice of OC is a non-profit investigative newsroom focused on daily coverage of Orange County’s city halls and government agencies.
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Southwestern California
Organization Type: Media

Voice of OC is a non-profit investigative newsroom focused on daily coverage of Orange County’s city halls and government agencies.




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Investigative

Lost Boys: Counties Now Less Likely to Refer Juveniles to Immigration Authorities

Yvette Cabrera
Voice of OC
August 27, 2015
Advocates have said that referrals U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) by probation departments violate state law, which county officials say is superseded by federal law.

News Story

New State Law Increases Protections for Undocumented Youth

Yvette Cabrera
Voice of OC
September 9, 2015
The governor signed Assembly Bill 899, which prevents confidential juvenile records from being released to immigration officials without permission from the juvenile court.



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Voice of San Diego --
Organization Website

Primary geographic focus: Southern California, Southwestern California
Organization Type: Media



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News Story

Restraining Inmates in Labor Is Supposed to Be the Exception — in San Diego, It’s the Norm

Kelly Davis
Voice of San Diego
April 10, 2018
Legal Services for Prisoners with Children continues to protect incarcerated pregnant women in San Diego.



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Wall Street Journal (WSJ) --
English-language international daily newspaper with a special emphasis on business and economic news published in New York. Owned by News Corporation.
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Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: WSJ

The Wall Street Journal is an English-language international daily newspaper with a special emphasis on business and economic news published in New York.

It is published 6 days a week by Dow Jones & Company, a division of News Corp, along with the Asian and European editions of the Journal. The Journal is the largest newspaper in the United States by circulation. According to the Alliance for Audited Media, it has a circulation of about 2.4 million copies (including nearly 900,000 digital subscriptions), as of March 2013, compared with USA Today’s 1.7 million. Its main rival in the business newspaper sector is the London-based Financial Times, which also publishes several international editions.

The Journal primarily covers American economic and international business topics, and financial news and issues. It has been printed continuously since its inception on July 8, 1889, by Charles Dow, Edward Jones, and Charles Bergstresser. Its editorial pages and columns, run separately from the news pages, are highly influential in American conservative circles.




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Law Firms Urge Trump Administration Not to Cut Funding for Legal-Aid Agency

Wall Street Journal (WSJ)
March 9, 2017



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Washington Blade --
Washington Blade is an LGBT newspaper in D.C.
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Organization Type: Media
Tags: LGBTQ
Acronym or short name: The Blade

Washington Blade is an LGBT newspaper in D.C. It is the oldest of its kind and the second largest by circulation.




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Social Security Sued for Discriminating Against Married Same-Sex Couples

Chris Johnson
Washington Blade
March 10, 2015
Justice in Aging sues the Social Security Administration against their demand of repayment of miscalculated benefits for newly married same-sex individuals.

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Judge tosses lawsuit on Social Security benefits for gay couples

Chris Johnson
Washington Blade
August 8, 2015
A federal judge threw out a class-action lawsuit for same-sex couples forced to repay Social Security benefits after DOMA was overturned by the Supreme Court.



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Washington Post --
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Primary geographic focus: National
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: WaPo



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One reason so many veterans are homeless? They can’t afford lawyers.

Martha Bergmark, Ellen Lawton
Washington Post
July 8, 2016
Inner City Law Center's Homeless Veterans Projects provides Los Angeles veterans with wrap-around health care, case management and legal services to chronically homeless veterans who are high-need high users of emergency health services.

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What’s in the spending agreement? We read it so you don’t have to.

Washington Post
May 1, 2017
NO CUTS to LSC funding for legal aid in current federal budget year - this article details all the budget agreements made in the deal cut this past weekend. Legislature will vote on it this week.

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Trump administration opens door to states imposing Medicaid work requirements

Amy Goldstein
Washington Post
January 12, 2018
The Trump administration is calling Medicaid work requirements a positive "incentive" for beneficiaries, but critics say they're a harmful double standard.



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Woodland Daily Democrat --
The Daily Democrat is the major daily newspaper in Yolo County and Woodland.
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Primary geographic focus: Northern California, Northern District
Organization Type: Media
Acronym or short name: Woodland Daily

The Daily Democrat is the major daily newspaper in Yolo County and Woodland.




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Decision on Woodland camping ordinance postponed

Sarah Dowling
Woodland Daily Democrat
July 8, 2015
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