Measure J Will Set LA County in Motion

This November, Los Angeles County voters will be asked to support Measure J, a much-needed investment in our transportation system that would start up seven transit projects and eight highway improvement projects within five years and complete them within fifteen, providing traffic relief along with 250,000 good jobs. Measure J is a remarkable opportunity to put the county back to work modernizing our transportation system. It does this not by raising taxes but by extending by another 30 years the half-cent transportation sales tax voters approved in 2008.

Give Voters the Opportunity to Decide on Tax Extension Measure

Give Voters the Opportunity to Decide on Tax Extension Measure

Thu, 03/03/2011 (All day)

Governor Jerry Brown, arts supporterGovernor Jerry Brown released his 2011-12 Budget last month. The budget proposes deep cuts in state service ($12.5 billion), a shift in some state programs to local control and a proposal to extend tax increases to generate $12 billion in revenue.

Measure L Endorsement

Measure L Endorsement

Fri, 02/25/2011 (All day)

Yes on Measure L in Los AngelesLos Angeles Public Libraries are a vital part of the city’s cultural infrastructure, ensuring that access to literary, computer, and media resources is available for everyone.

CAMPAIGN ENDORSEMENTS

Recognizing that arts education is a critical compoentent to ensuring the next generation has the skills necessary to build a healthy, vibrant society, the following arts organizations and community networks have voiced their support of LAUSD maintaining its committment to maintaiing the integrity of its elementary arts program.