and Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez's office
for sharing their leadership, experience, and inspiring us!!
- University of California, Los Angeles
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Summer is done, which mean no more kayaking down the Los Angeles River.
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Last week, a federal report on pipeline oversight recommended new rules to address safety concerns due to unregulated “gathering lines.” Gat
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