Holly Mitchell

Los Angeles County Supervisor

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California state senator for the 30th District (Culver City, Ladera Heights and Crenshaw)

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Providing stability and moving some of LA’s neediest families up the economic ladder are the goals of the county’s new universal basic income program called “Breathe.”

LA County wants to help Angelenos ‘Breathe’ with extra $1000 a month

Providing stability and moving some of LA’s neediest families up the economic ladder are the goals of the county’s new universal basic income program called “Breathe.”

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Mitchell says it’s important to demilitarize the police, especially after seeing “the kind of equipment and artillery … that many law enforcement had and showed up [with] in recent…

Newly elected LA Supervisor Holly Mitchell on reforming police and building more housing

Mitchell says it’s important to demilitarize the police, especially after seeing “the kind of equipment and artillery … that many law enforcement had and showed up [with] in recent…

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Two California state senators introduced new legislation that would end incarceration for kids under 12 and ban life sentences without parole for those under 18.

California state senators determined to reform juvenile justice

Two California state senators introduced new legislation that would end incarceration for kids under 12 and ban life sentences without parole for those under 18.

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