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3 hours ago

Hilda Solis

Congratulations to Duarte’s newest Councilmembers: Jocelyn Nunez and Bryan Urias! Jocelyn is the first Latina and youngest person ever elected to serve on Duarte’s City Council. Bryan launched his career in public service back when he was an intern in my office. I am very proud of both.

I also congratulate Tzeitel Paras-Caracci for her re-election win to continue serving on Duarte’s City Council! Tzeitel is Duarte’s first Filipina American Councilwoman!

It was my honor to administer their Oath of Office this evening!
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6 hours ago

Hilda Solis

Watch me speak at Brian Urias, Tzeitel Paras-Caracci, and Jocelyn Nunez swearing in for Duarte City Council ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to @CityofDuarte’s newly elected Councilmembers, Jocelyn Nunez & @BryanUrias4SGV & to Tzeitel Paras-Caracci for her re-election win. It was my honor to administer their Oath of Office today! Jocelyn, Bryan & Tzeitel will effectively serve the residents of #Duarte!

Bringing in the holiday cheer at the 10th Annual Posada Walk and Celebration! Thank you to tonight's sponsor, Los Amigos of the East Los Angeles Library. Dozens of community members are enjoying live music and refreshments to ring in this holiday season! #ELA #FirstDistrict 🎄🎶

Join us for music and treats at the First Annual Tree Lighting at @LACUSCMedCenter’s @TWellnessCenter tomorrow night!

Today, #BOS passed my motion to partner with @LACDMH & the @ObamaFoundation’s My Brother’s Keeper program to invest $1 million to expand trauma-responsive school-based interventions and improve outcomes for boys and young men of color in our communities.

LA County Joins with Obama Foundation to Invest $1 Million Locally to Improve Outcomes for Boys and Young Men of Color

LOS ANGELES, CA –  Today the Board of Supervisors approved a motion authored by Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis that directs LA Coun...


Today, #BOS passed my motion to reduce and eventually end the incarceration of young girls who are #pregnant. We must do better to support our #youth. Restorative justice will help our youth heal. I want them to break free from the cycle of poverty.

LA County to End the Incarceration of Pregnant Girls

LOS ANGELES, CA –  Of the 50 pregnant youth incarcerated last year in Los Angeles County, 37 were between the ages of 17 and 18. Sixty-eight perc...


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