Tell the Board of Supervisors to Reimagine LA County

Right now, L.A. County spends 42% of taxpayer money on law enforcement and the legal system, including the Sheriff’s $3.4 Billion budget. It’s time to reduce spending on systems of violence and invest in the things that actually keep us safe: mental health services, youth development programs, small businesses, jobs-creation, and affordable housing.

Re-Imagine LA County is a ballot initiative that would amend the county charter to create a permanent funding source for housing stability, community re-investment and alternatives to incarceration (ATI).

So what does that mean? It means that the LA County voters will have a chance to lock in at least 10% of the County budget for supportive services and those funds WOULD NOT be used for law enforcement or incarceration! But in order to get this initiative on the ballot, we need the approval of the LA County Board of Supervisors.

Supervisors Kuehl & Solis introduced a motion to approve the ballot measure and now we need your support to get this transformative initiative through the finish line!

Join JusticeLA and the Re-Imagine LA County Coalition in demanding that the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approve the ballot initiative today!

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Join JusticeLA at one of these upcoming events

1st District Town Hall Meeting

March 31, 2018

The Wellness Center at the Historic General Hospital 1200 N. State Street Los Angeles, CA 90033

  Save the Date! Saturday, March 31, 2018 11AM – 3PM (Registration Opens at 10:30AM) The Wellness Center at the Historic General Hospital RSVP today

#JailBedDrop Launch

December 24, 2017

Crenshaw Blvd. & MLK Jr. Blvd. Baldwin Hills

#JailBedDrop Reminds Angelinos of Those Incarcerated During Holiday Season Twas’ the morning before Christmas and JusticeLA and L.A. area artists collaborated to place over

3rd District Town Hall Meeting

January 11, 2018

Hollywood United Methodist Church 6817 Franklin Avenue Hollywood, CA 90068

Save the Date! Thursday, January 11, 2018 7PM Hollywood United Methodist Church RSVP today to join JusticeLA, White People 4 Black Lives, the ACLU