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Starting in 2023, Santa Barbara Unified School District high school curriculum will require ethnic studies coursework as a graduation prerequisite: https://www.independent.com/news/2018/nov/14/ethnic-studies-become-graduation-requirement/
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Our experienced team of lawyers represents government clients throughout Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. Take a look at the legal services we provide to public agencies: https://www.bfaslaw.com/practice-areas/public-agency-law/
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Everyone is on social media, but as a small business, it can be a little more complicated. These social media mistakes could actually get you in legal trouble. Take a look: https://www.inc.com/jared-hecht/6-social-media-mistakes-that-could-land-you-in-legal-trouble.html
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After a long rebound in the aftermath of last winter’s disasters, Visit Santa Barbara has unveiled an optimistic forecast and campaign: https://www.pacbiztimes.com/2018/11/02/tourism-outlook-good-for-santa-barbara-county/
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At some points, we all have to deliver bad news. Here’s how to use framing to create a positive situation: https://www.fastcompany.com/90266305/how-to-deliver-bad-news-in-a-positive-way
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This holiday season, Paseo Nuevo celebrates the holidays with a European Night Market and snow shows: https://www.noozhawk.com/article/bizhawk_santa_barbara_night_market_la_arcada_ready_for_holidays
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How will small businesses be affected by the current tariff battle? White House National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow forecasts here: https://smallbiztrends.com/2018/11/tariff-battle-impacts-small-business.html
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Trevor Large addressed the City of Goleta in late October to discuss its decision to exclude nonprofit organizations who endorse political candidates from receiving city grants. Read the full story: https://www.independent.com/news/2018/oct/31/las-noticias-lands-chamber-commerce-outs/
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