Social Policy

Social Policy

Secure equal rights and equal opportunity for all. Promote social and economic justice and the health and safety of all Americans.

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The LWVDV supports the preservation of rights-of-way (ROWs) for the movement of people and goods.

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The LWVDV recognizes the need for both long-term and immediate ongoing solutions to transportation problems.

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The Martinez members of LWVDV support the concept of long-range planning for Martinez and the establishment of policies for implementing those plans.

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The LWVDV supports controlled growth of local cities and towns with concern for the physical character of the area, including support for specific measures in individual communities.

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The LWVDV supports the use of city and County general plans as the guide to land use in the respective areas.

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The LWVDV supports measures that involve the community in each district's budget process, keeping in mind the educational needs of students.
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When I was growing up in Los Angeles, riding the bus was THE ticket to freedom for those of us younger than driving age.  There were no school buses provided except for field trips and for kids in the lower grades who had to cross the busy street

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Good news surrounds the reports of progress at the District’s “designated schools.”  There are now 40 elementary schools in FUSD under that name.  These schools  have  higher than the already high number of students meeting the “at risk” definitio

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Householders pay such exorbitant rents that the slightest reversal in their income vs.

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Our Chatter about Charters Lunch & Learn, the first to use the Betty Rodriguez Library as a meeting place, yielded almost a full house of members and guests to hear three panelists supportive of the charter movement.   LWVF’s Education Committ

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