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BY LILLIAN ILSLEY-GREENE | October 6, 2022 With the 2021-2022 California legislative session just ended on Sept. 30, advocates with the Jewish Public Affairs Committee, a lobbying group representing Jewish interests in Sacramento, celebrated 15 initiatives it had prioritized for the Jewish community being signed into

The Legislature’s Joint Budget Agreement Includes $36 Million for the California Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program (CHSAP) and $3 Million for Jewish Family and Children’s Services (JFCS) Holocaust Center   Yesterday, the California Assembly and Senate released their joint budget agreement, a critical step in the State’s annual

The Governor’s May Revise Includes $50 Million for Community Security, $40 Million to Rebuild Summer Camps Destroyed in Fires, and Funding for New Initiatives on Holocaust Education and Combating Hatred   Today, Governor Gavin Newsom released his updated budget proposal known as the May Revise. The proposal

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