Hilda L. Solis

Hilda L. Solis

Chair of Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

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Member of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, representing the 1st District (East Los Angeles, Vernon); former US Secretary of Labor (2009-2013), former member of the US House of Representatives (2001-2009), representing California's 31st and 32nd Congressional Districts (East LA and the San Gabriel Valley)

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People ages 65 and up in LA County can now sign up to be vaccinated against COVID-19. They can make an appointment via the county health department’s website.

Hilda Solis on opening up COVID vaccine program. Angelenos 65 and up can now register for shots

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One of the biggest jail complexes in the world is located in downtown LA. Men’s Central Jail has enough space for more than 5,000 inmates.

LA County supervisors want to replace Men’s Central Jail with ‘Restorative Care Villages’

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