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PPOL 180AS
California Politics and Policy: Equity & Opportunity
Spring

This unique weekend-only 1-2 credit seminar will cover current political topics in California and is taught by California Assemblymember Rob Bonta. The first weekend (required) will cover Healthcare for all, Affordable Housing, Immigrants' Rights, Environmental Justice, & Gun Violence and will incorporate guest speakers and a mock State Legislature or Campaign. The second (optional) weekend will cover Poverty & Income Inequality, Educational Equity, Women's Equity, Cannabis Policy, and Criminal Justice. This second weekend will be a deeper dive with a longer written legislative proposal.
2017-18 One time only.

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1-2

Instructor(s):
Rob Bonta

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Last Updated: 6/23/17