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Weak and Harmful Decision

Weak and Harmful Decision

I am compelled to write this letter to the EDUHSD because of the weak and harmful decision to ignore state health laws to pacify those that were loud, vitriolic, and even violent. The Board has made the choice to allow the State mandates to be broken, although they were elected and sworn in to uphold the law. That is a fact that is undeniable.

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CONTINUUM OF CARE HOMELESS/UNSHELTERED POINT-IN-TIME COUNT

CONTINUUM OF CARE HOMELESS/UNSHELTERED POINT-IN-TIME COUNT

The PIT Count is an essential element in our effort to end El Dorado County homelessness, as the data gathered from this census shows us so much more than how many people are homeless in El Dorado County – we also learn more about who is homeless and why. The PIT Count presents a great opportunity to raise awareness of the challenges our homeless citizens face, hear personal experiences from those experiencing homelessness, and demonstrate the compassion and generosity of our community!

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But what did they think they were seeing?

But what did they think they were seeing?

I’ve thought a lot lately about Representative Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) tweet on January 6, 2021, saying, “Today is 1776.” It’s clear that those sympathetic to stealing the 2020 election for Donald Trump over the will of the majority of Americans thought they were bearing witness to a new moment in our history.

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