News & EventsFROM THE CALIFORNIA EDGE COALITION
On January 8th, Governor Newsom unveiled the 2021-2022 proposed state budget with a total of $227.2 billion in critical funding.
Today, Governor Newsom released the 2021-2022 proposed state budget – with a total of $227.2 billion in critical funding. We will release our more detailed analysis soon, but you can check out a snapshot of the 2021-2022 budget proposal here.
Meet EDGE’s Newest Board Member, Joseph Villela, of CHIRLA – The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights
You are the Director of Policy & Advocacy for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA). CHIRLA is a newly elected EDGE Coalition Board Member. Please tell us about CHIRLA and the work you do with the organization. The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) was founded in...
Governor Newsom’s Task Force on Business and Jobs Recovery released their report last week, highlighting the progress made thus far by the administration, Task Force, state agencies, and other community partnerships working to address the ongoing pandemic-induced recession.
Please take a look at the application instructions for the Program Manager and Administrative Assistant positions.
Election season has been, and continues to be, intense. The Nation is anxious to learn who will be our next president and is grappling with the outcomes of many propositions and measures.
For the second year in a row, the California EDGE Coalition was awarded a grant partnership for the Bay Area-based project, ReWork the Bay.
A lot is happening on the California ballot this election, but one thing the CA EDGE Coalition is paying very close attention to is Proposition 16.