An employee of non-profit Turning Point offers a card to a homeless woman at Cesar Chavez Park in Modesto. Non-profits now provide dozens of services to the most vulnerable people living in Stanislaus, San Joaquin and Merced counties. If AB 1250 passes, the county would have to take over those services or let them lapse altogether.
An employee of non-profit Turning Point offers a card to a homeless woman at Cesar Chavez Park in Modesto. Non-profits now provide dozens of services to the most vulnerable people living in Stanislaus, San Joaquin and Merced counties. If AB 1250 passes, the county would have to take over those services or let them lapse altogether. File The Modesto Bee
An employee of non-profit Turning Point offers a card to a homeless woman at Cesar Chavez Park in Modesto. Non-profits now provide dozens of services to the most vulnerable people living in Stanislaus, San Joaquin and Merced counties. If AB 1250 passes, the county would have to take over those services or let them lapse altogether. File The Modesto Bee

We can’t afford to make these all union jobs

September 06, 2017 4:57 PM