Posts Tagged as "merced county"

Always Willing to Fight for What’s Right: A Q&A with Fidel Cervantes

May 23, 2016 / By
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I have confidence in my ability to do it. If you are really going to change something, you need to take action yourself. Don’t sell yourself short, don’t think because of your age or ethnicity that you can’t, you can.

Prop. 47’s Second Battle — Getting the Word Out

May 12, 2015 / By
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The Public Defender’s Office began meeting with potential applicants as early as December of last year. “I see around 10 people every week,” said Andrade. “The application process is long and takes time because it's on a case by case basis.”

At Town Hall, Residents Advocate For Health Care For Undocumented

March 17, 2015 / By
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by Miguel Garcia Photo by Merced Organizing Project Ed Note: The Affordable Care Act has extended health care coverage to millions of Americans but has left an estimated one million undocumented California residents without coverage.