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Climate Solidarity Tour [VIDEO]: In January 2019, Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Koretz and CA Senator Henry Stern hosted a Climate Emergency Solidarity tour with San Juan, Puerto Rico, Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz along with CA Senator Susan Rubio and elected officials from Malibu, Agoura Hills and Calabasas. In addition, climate experts and advocates were on hand to provide expertise and insight.
Looking for Vegan Options at LA Venues? [VIDEO]: LA This Week, December 5, 2018 - Councilmember Koretz introduced a motion at LA City Council asking Los Angeles City venues and large stadiums and movie theaters to offer a plant-based protein option as part of their usual fare. This may become a reality soon because Councilmember Paul Koretz introduced the motion at LA City Council. Click here for the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlF-DmMHq4o
City Council Declares September 19th Ovarian Cancer Awareness Day [VIDEO]: LA This Week - The Ovarian Cancer Circle speaks before the Los Angeles City Council on September 19, 2017, designated Ovarian Cancer Day by the City Council. Presenters included cancer survivors, lead researcher Dr. Sanaz Memarzadeh sharing milestones in ovarian cancer research, and Circle Founder Paulinda Schimmel Babbini discussing awareness efforts and the need for greater support, education, research, and early detection. The presentation culminated in the City Council's unanimous vote (not shown in this abbreviated clip) to present a resolution to the State government that demands insurance companies pay for early detection testing for ovarian cancer. The Ovarian Cancer Circle is led by Paulinda Schimmel Babbini, who lost her daughter at the age of 20 to ovarian cancer, after an extended time of visiting doctors without a diagnosis. Paulinda asserts that, if an early detection test had existed when they visited doctors, then her daughter would still be alive today.
Los Angeles Acts Locally to Attack Climate Change [VIDEO]: Charter Local Edition, June 29, 2017 - Councilmember Koretz sat down with Charter Local Edition’s Brad Pomerance to discuss the Paris Accords and what Los Angeles is doing locally to combat climate change. Click here for the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DgB6C5ESrg