Santana: California Publishers Gear Up for Battle Over Public Records Access

Today, Voice of OC leads a media coalition in Orange County appearing before Superior Court Judge Nathan Scott to oppose a deputy sheriff union request to block public access to police misconduct records. While State Attorney General Javier Becerra and local elected officials have largely given way to local police unions fighting against the implementation of SB1421, this week news publishers from across the state attending the California News Publishers Association capital conference in Sacramento reasserted their strong support for the myriad of public records lawsuits being waged across the state as a media coalition.

Candidates Forum for Third District Supervisor

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Candidates Forum for Third District Supervisor

The seven candidates running to be the next Third District Supervisor in Orange County will participate in a forum to discuss their qualifications and policies. The candidates will also take questions from the audience. This is likely the only opportunity that Third District residents will have to compare all the candidates and have them address their individual specific concerns.

The World Affairs Council: Ambassador John Negroponte and Dr. Clayton Dube discuss US-China relations

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Contact: Naseem Qader Tel: (310) 383-8539 nsqader@gmail.comhttp://www.worldaffairscouncil.org
2102 Business Center Drive, Irvine, CA 92612

 

PRESS RELEASE
IRVINE, California- The World Affairs Council of Orange County (WACOC) has organized a special lunch event and conversation with Ambassador John Negroponte and Dr. Clayton Dube for a discussion on US-China relations to take place on Wednesday, February 14th, 2019, 11:30AM to 1:00 PM at The Westin South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, CA. Ambassador Negroponte’s remarks will focus on the U.S. – China relationship, the evolution of U.S. security priorities since the creation of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and U.S. leadership priorities in 2019. The Ambassador has had a distinguished career in diplomacy and national security which includes service as the inaugural Director of National Intelligence under President George W. Bush, service as ambassador to the United Nations, Iraq, Mexico, Honduras and the Philippines.