Local Latino and Vietnamese groups remain frustrated by what they see as a lack of public engagement by Orange County’s redistricting committee as it draws new boundaries for supervisorial districts.

There is a new face at Latino Health Access, Dolores Gonzalez-Hayes. She took time to talk with Voice of OC about why she joined the organization and what she hopes to accomplish.

In other news …

Fullerton city councilman speaks out on police beating.

OC Watchdog delves further into grand jury public salary study.

California Watch takes aim at Prime Healthcare chain and their efforts to boost Medicare patients.

Santa Ana debates future of last orange orchard.

Former President of South Vietnam has died.


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