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Sex Workers: Stepping Out of the Shadows: Pomona’s open secret: Prostitution unveiled

Pomona is known for a lot, such as its eclectic art galleries, moshing punk shows and multicultural cuisines. It is also known for the fishnets and stilettos that catch the eyes of most when driving down Holt Avenue also known as “The Blade.”

California could become a sanctuary for trans youth

California Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, is working to make California a refuge for trans youth from across the nation.

Legislation would close vaccination loopholes, beef up COVID testing

California may soon be increasing its COVID safety standards for children across the state.

Trans inmates’ identities are legally required to be recognized under new state law

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is now legally required to recognize the needs and identities of transgender prisoners under a new state law took effect Jan. 1.

Students respond to ‘last call’ bill

Last month, California State Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, presented the Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night Act, in which local governments could move their last call time for purchasing alcohol between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. at their own discretion

Tree planting honors lost LV heroes

Amid the several other memorials on campus that honor those who’ve fallen in past wars, the University of La Verne honored two former students, First Lt. Jared Landaker and Cpl. Bernard Corpuz who served in Afghanistan and Iraq respectively, with a tree dedication ceremony on Tuesday.

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