We are one step closer towards the federal law having zero impact on state medical marijuana laws. I have attached an article that is sharing the information that congress has passed the bill on to President Obama. https://news.vice.com/article/congress-halted-the-war-on-medical-marijuana-last-night Continue reading
In reading the article, “A Moveable Feast: The UFW Grape Boyvott and Farm Worker Justice” I learned that the strike was not only rallied by Mexican- Americans’ farm laborers but Filipinos’ as well. For years, my understanding was that the boycott of 1965 was solely propagated by Mexican- American workers until watching Viva La […] Continue reading
The Klamath Basin has been in the forefront of national attention due to contentious resource issues including water allocation, water quality, and threatened endangered species. The Klamath River has been the third-largest producer of salmon on the West Coast, following closely behind the Sacramento and Columbia rivers. In 2002, a massive die-off of over 33,000 […] Continue reading
In lieu of a “final,” I wanted to ask you to share your thoughts on CD 479 this semester. Post your responses in the “comments.” Please post your comments before Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 5, which was our scheduled “final” time.
1) What is one thing that you learned about … Continue reading
From Carmina, here are several links that are worth discussing. One is about the recent report on CIA interrogation methods, which were apparently worse than previously reported. As Carmina has mentioned, this report has implications for our country as a whole. … Continue reading
With the recent passing of California’s proposition 1, there is now newly proposed legislation in congress to build reservoirs on the Klamath and Trinity rivers to store surplus water supplies to be shipped to southern California. Currently the Hoopa tribe is advocating against bill s.2379 Klamath Basin Water Recovery Restoration Act of 2014 and current […] Continue reading
I have attached a short Prezi Presentation on the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, which is the largest global organization providing funding for Type 1 Diabetes research.
Visit: http://www.jdrf.org to become more educated on the advocacy for and… Continue reading