OCEA Media Brief
OCEA monitors local, state-wide and national news outlets to keep members up to date on the issues that impact working people. Media briefs are compiled and sent to members in a daily email blast. To receive OCEA media briefs, sign-up by sending an email to email@example.com.
June 29, 2017
Today: Four year delay in providing jailhouse snitch records won’t happen again, Sheriff’s commander testifies; homeless encampment sprouts at Tustin Civic Center — drawing both concern and compassion, and Anaheim’s $1.7 billion budget for 2017-18 will add more police and enhance parks.
June 28, 2017
Today: OC Sheriff Sandra Hutchens, embroiled in jailhouse snitch scandal, says she won’t seek re-election next year; violence and inhumane conditions plague Orange County jails, ACLU reports, and County supervisors to appoint Commissioner for Orange County Campaign Finance and Ethics Commission.
June 27, 2017
Today: Orange County DA appoints special counsel to hear any reports of ethical violations; Opinion: Put politics aside and embrace changing voter preferences; and where you can celebrate July 4th, see some fireworks in Orange County.
June 26, 2017
Today: Anaheim wrestles over homeless anti-camping ordinance, $350,000 memorial for farm workers is open after renovation and Twice-convicted O.C. killer will receive new trial in latest fallout from jailhouse snitch scandal.
June 23, 2017
Today: Supervisors vote against democracy, Santa Ana approves millions of dollars for 4 affordable housing projects, despite concerns over process, 91 Freeway toll lanes getting another rate increase in July.