The bill would have provided that the equal rights and responsibilities of married couples in Hawaii were afforded to thousands of non-married couples in the state. The House voted by voice vote on Friday to postpone the bill indefinitely, effectively killing it for the session.
In this third part of a four part series, SDGLN interfaced with some of the many sponsors of this ground-breaking conference, to find out what contribution they feel it will make to the lives of educators, and more importantly, our youth as a whole.
At this time last year, amidst headlines about banks on the verge of collapse and job losses of 700,000 a month, we received another troubling piece of news about our economy. Our economy was shrinking at an alarming rate – the largest six-month decline in 50 years.
Toyota Motor Corp. is telling dealers that they should get parts to fix sticky gas pedals later this week, but the 4.2 million customers affected by a large recall may have to wait a while for repairs.
California’s weather isn’t the only bizarre phenomenon in the state. We’ve gone from doom and gloom (and tornado warnings) to sunshine in a matter of a week. Likewise, emotions run the gamut among Californians, with regard to the state’s budget woes.
I hope to see you for my first State of District Three presentation on Monday, February 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the Old Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre. I have received a great response thus far and look forward to an enjoyable evening with you.
The goal is not to promote a political issue, but rather to befriend an individual who may not on a daily basis, interact with an LGBT person, while also providing a worthwhile service to the community at large.