Join Jewish community members from across the State come together in Sacramento to network and lobby their representatives on public policy issues of importance to the broader Jewish community that are being considered in the State Legislature.
JPAC’s Advocacy Day is a wonderful opportunity to lend your voice to the shared values and concerns of California’s Jewish community so that we may bolster support for our state’s most vulnerable populations and lobby on behalf of JPAC’s legislative priorities.
JPAC’s Advocacy Day provides opportunities to:
-Participate in real civic engagement
-Be a part of a Statewide community working for common goals
-Network with colleagues and friends around the State
-Meet elected officials and engage in meaningful conversations with them
-Experience the thrill of being in the State Capitol with the largest coalition of Jewish organizations in the nation
Issues that are currently on our 2013 priority list include gun violence prevention and related mental health issues, Israel/CA trade, Iran divestment, Medi-Cal and Affordable Health Care Act implementation, Community-Based Adult Services (CBAS), Coordinated Care Initiative (CCI), immigration, human trafficking, poverty, hunger, domestic violence, Antisemitism on campus, high school drop-out rate, bullying, homelessness, and affordable housing.
For more information and to register, please visit www.jpac-cal.org
Mon, May 20, 2013 at 12:00am
Tue, May 21, 2013 at
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Sacramento, California 95814
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