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Holly J. Mitchell -2

California State Senator

Holly J. Mitchell is an American politician currently serving in the California State Senate. She is a Democrat representing the 30th district, which encompasses Culver City and parts of Los Angeles. Prior to being elected to the state senate, she served in the California State Assembly representing the 54th district. Prior to elected office, she served for seven years as executive director of the nonprofit Crystal Stairs, one of the largest childcare agencies in the state. She is an alumna of the University of California, Riverside.

Contribution into the problem of Forced Vaccination (California SB277 mandates vaccination): as a California State Senator
Voted on senate floor for the bill and made it pass
Contribution into the problem of Forced Vaccination (California SB792 mandates vaccination): as a California State Senator
Voted on senate floor for the bill and made it pass


-4 May 31, 2014, 10:03:02 PM

Protects drug dealers, SB 1010 ok to cocaine trafficking

The state Senate on Wednesday approved a measure (SB 1010) that would reduce the penalty for possession of crack cocaine for sale to the same as that for powder cocaine and make it easier to get probation for both. Sen. Holly Mitchell (D-Los Angeles) said her bill is necessary to address racial discrimination in the decision of who to send to prison. Opponents include the California Narcotics Officers Assn. and the California Police Chiefs Assn. which argued for raising penalties for powder cocaine trafficking. “Candidly, the damages done to individuals, families and neighborhoods by virtue of cocaine trafficking are severe,” the chiefs said in a letter to senators. “Although we support equalizing the penalty structures, we do not believe that drug traffickers - who visit real harm on communities - should be the beneficiaries of legislation that equalizes the  penalty structure.”
✔ Corruption
✔ Life Danger
✔ Health Danger
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