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Four Female San Joaquin County Public Defender Investigators File Claims for Sexual Harassment and Discrimination After Being Forced Out of Their Jobs

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Today, Elinor Banks, Candace Gonzales, Edith Villapudua and Guadalupe Zapien-Aguilera filed formal Claims for Damage or Injury against San Joaquin County after suffering sexual discrimination, harassment and retaliation at the hands of their supervisor, Christopher Bruno, and his male cohorts for nearly two years.

Aspire Public Schools Honors Don Shalvey

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Don Shalvey, co-founder of Aspire Schools will be honored at the Aspire Central Valley Region's first annual Harvest Moon Benefit, Thursday, September 7, 2017 at Wine & Roses in Lodi, California. The event will bring together community and business leaders to celebrate the success of Aspire’s Central Valley Schools, as well as build community awareness.  

Opioid Abuse: An Unprecedented Health Crisis

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California is number one, but it’s not a ranking that makes anyone proud.  According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Golden State had a national record 4,521 drug overdose deaths, the bulk of those attributed to opioids.  In fact, more Californians now die from drug poisoning each year than car accidents.

Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Libraries Partners with Hoopla Digital to Give Patrons Online and Mobile Access to Free Movies, Music, eBooks and More

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Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library System today announced public availability of thousands of movies, television shows, music albums, eBooks, audiobooks and comics, all available for mobile and online access through a new partnership with hoopla digital (hoopladigital.com).

Commonwealth Fund Report Deems Stockton AS One Of The Nation's Most Improved Regions

Despite Struggles, Stockton's Health Is On The Mend

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Just published, the Commonwealth Fund has developed an extensive profile that describes how Stockton has forged partnerships and leveraged resources to meet residents’ considerable health and health care needs. The report, Health Care Improvement in Stockton, California: Collaboration, Capacity-Building, and Medicaid Expansion, claims the Stockton region “is one of the nation’s most improved on the Commonwealth Fund’s recent Scorecard on Local Health System Performance.”  Stockton’s progress is noteworthy, not only because of its socioeconomic challenges, but also in light of its significant health challenges relative to other parts of the state. 

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