Category: 2017 Newsletters

Politics: Book of the Day

Politics: Book of the Day  

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Photos 2017

Photos 2017 At the Tax March March For Science April 22, 2017 EarthDay Fair, April 23, 2017 People’s Climate March April 29, 2017 Save

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Jim Evans’ Letters

Jim Evans’ Letters Clean, affordable water should not be a partisan issue. Jim Evans, inspired by Daily Kos Briefing, writes, “It’s my belief that the answer is not to privatize the infrastructure process, but to do it with public works

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Issues and Organizations

Issues and Organizations that Support Your Values Find an organization in this list of Organizations here. Work with Neighborhoods for Fair Elections Working on Campaign Finance for San Diego For more information, contact John Hartley, Campaign Coordinator, at 619-299-8870 or

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May 2017 Resources

May 2017 Resources Daily Alert Sign up to have daily mobile messages or alerts via text message coming in to your smartphone. It will connect you with the appropriate person (including YOUR legislator). Simply press and you will be connected!

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Members Out and About – February’17

LJDC Photo Blog – Members Out and About Weekly (Tuesday at noon) rallies at the Federal Building leaving messages for Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris. On February 14 the San Diego City Council heard from citizens before their vote

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Resources

What Can I Do? As Democrats prepare to respond to Trump’s intention to roll-back many programs of importance to Democrats (and all Americans), members are asking where to go to join others in supporting certain issues.  Here is a list:

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What Can I Do to Protect Public Lands?

What Can I Do to Protect Public Lands? By Jim Evans, PhD, member of LJDC Executive Board Today, the federal government controls roughly 640 M acres, or about 17% of the total US land mass of 3.8 B ac. including

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