Investing in Place

The Los Angeles City Council allocated over $100 million to make streets accessible for everyone: $34.6 million for Vision Zero, $30.9 million for Complete Streets, and $38.7 million for bike and pedestrian projects – Legislative

Public Health Advocates

California passed legislation requiring the default beverage offered with restaurant kids’ meals to be water or milk. – Legislative

California American Heart Association (AHA)

The Cathedral City, CA, City Council passed an ordinance requiring healthy beverages to be the default option in restaurant kids’ meals. – Legislative

California American Heart Association (AHA)

The city council in Daly City, CA, unanimously approved a new policy requiring the default beverage offered with kids’ meals to be water, milk, or a non-dairy milk-alternative. – Legislative

California American Heart Association (AHA)

The 2018-2019 California State Budget included $9 million in funding for the CalFresh Fruit and Vegetable EBT Pilot program to help low income residents purchase and consume more California-grown produce. – Legislative

California American Heart Association (AHA)

The San Francisco FY 18-19 budget included over $1 million in funding for Healthy Food Vouchers. – Legislative

California American Heart Association (AHA)

The Long Beach, CA, city budget was approved in the ballot initiative, including $10 million for bike and pedestrian safety improvements throughout the city. Funds were available thanks to successful ballot measures that provided the necessary transportation dollars. – Legislative & Ballot Measure

California American Heart Association (AHA)

California AB 841 restricts junk food marketing in all California schools during the school day. – Legislative

California Center for Public Health Advocacy

The Santa Clara County, CA, Board of Supervisors adopted an ordinance prohibiting restaurants from offering drinks other than water or milk in combination with a kids’ meals. – Legislative

California Center for Public Health Advocacy

The Perris, CA, City Council passed an ordinance making water, milk, and 100% juice the default drinks served with
children’s meals in restaurants. – Legislative