Author archive for Public Health Advocates

  • Maintaining our Gains, Leading Toward the Future

    Public Health Advocates worked with 39 organizations to create a strong and persuasive statement of our shared vision for...

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  • June 2017 Water Conference: Tackling the HEALTH POLITICS of Water

    Let’s protect, distribute, promote & ensure access to safe drinking water for everybody in every community in California &...

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  • PHAdvocates and Community Advocates demand Oakland use soda tax funds for programs and education

    On May 2, Public Health Advocates joined advocates at Oakland City Hall to demand that Oakland keep faith with...

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  • PRESS RELEASE: Flojaune Cofer Joins Public Health Advocates as Research and State Policy Manager

    CONTACTS: Dr. Harold Goldstein                              ...

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  • Food and Beverage Industry urges 4-year delay of menu labeling, nominee for FDA commissioner agrees

    The food and beverage industry wants you to wait four years to know exactly what is in your food....

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  • City of Perris Unanimously Adopts 3rd Healthy Default Drinks in Kids Meal Ordinance in the Nation

    Perris, CA, March 15, 2017 – The Perris City Council made the healthy choice the first choice on Tuesday,...

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  • ENACT Day 2017

    Join us in Sacramento to support healthy food and physical activity environments in California and tell legislators that investing...

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  • Sacramento Bee article “Diabetes has become one of America’s most expensive diseases”

    Public Health Advocates Executive Director Harold Goldstein was recently quoted in a Sacramento Bee article about diabetes in America....

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  • Widespread economic disparities in poverty and child poverty rates among California counties

    A new fact sheet from the California Budget & Policy Center shows the widespread economic disparities in poverty and...

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  • Cheers to a New Year!

    Happy New Year and thank you for a great 2016! We believe that everyone has the right to be...

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