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Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month began on Wednesday and will run through Friday, Oct. 15, to celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. 
Archbishops Defend St. Serra Against 'Outrageous' Claims
n an op-ed published by the Wall Street Journal last week, Archbishops Cordileone and Gomez came to the defense of St. Junipero Serra, founder of California's mission system, against lawmakers' attempts to permanently remove his statue of the State Capitol and disparage his name in the process.
Big Week in the Golden State
With the Legislative Session officially ending last Friday night and the Recall Election this past Tuesday, there has been a flurry of political activity this last week.
Human Trafficking Report Released
The new 2020 Human Trafficking Report issued by the Human Trafficking Institute reports that human trafficking is taking place throughout the state.  
Legislative Session Ending
This year's legislative session ends tonight (Sept. 10), and things are fast and furious in the Capitol as lawmakers attempt to get bills passed before the midnight deadline.
Help Defeat SB 380; Pray for Hurricane Ida Victims
You are needed to help stop physician-assisted suicide from expanding; assisting and praying for Hurricane Ida and wildfire victims and placing your vote in the recall election in this week's Insights.