Press Releases

Dec5, 2017,

Supervisors Call to Review County’s Sexual Harassment Reporting Process

December 5th, 2017|

Over the past several weeks, a wave of sexual harassment claims have swept the nation and heightened awareness to address these issues. In order to ensure that the Los Angeles County’s own sexual harassment procedures [...]

Aug19, 2016,

Supervisor Solis announces Free Blood Testing Events for communities near Exide

August 19th, 2016|

The exposure to dangerously high levels of lead could be detrimental to the brain, kidneys, liver and other vital organs. I urge all residents to take advantage of the free blood lead level testing.

Aug9, 2016,

LA County Takes another Significant Step toward Reducing New HIV Infections And Maintaining Health For HIV-Positive Angelenos

August 9th, 2016|

Many of our most underserved and vulnerable residents, including in the Latino and African-American communities, will benefit from the expansion of these vital services

Aug6, 2016,

LA County & Non-Profit Organizations Recruit Landlords to Help End Homeless Crisis

August 6th, 2016|

We must do everything within our power to end this homeless crisis now. Landlords throughout LA County are part of the solution to get unsheltered residents off the street and into homes. The Homeless Incentive Program provides benefits to landlords and services to help the individuals and families thrive.

Aug2, 2016,

Voters will Get Chance to Vote for Ballot Measure to Improve Transportation and Reduce Congestion in LA County

August 2nd, 2016|

LOS ANGELES – Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved Metro’s recommendation to place a ballot measure, Los Angeles County’s Traffic Improvement Plan, on the November ballot. Chair Hilda L. Solis announced that [...]

Jul27, 2016,

Chair Solis Announces State Law Confirms County’s Efforts to Combat Wage Theft

July 27th, 2016|

It is essential that the Board of Supervisors is empowered to address allegations of wage theft and other violations. We are best suited to respond effectively at the local level to get the ball rolling on investigations and follow through with our local business groups, community-based organizations, and law enforcement community.

Jul13, 2016,

Board of Supervisors Moves to Create Sustainable Revenue Source To End Homelessness By Placing a Marijuana Tax on the November Ballot

July 13th, 2016|

Six months ago, the Board of Supervisors approved a historically unprecedented plan to end homelessness in LA County. Today, the Board moved to create a sustainable revenue source to implement that plan. After considering four [...]