A task force report’s purpose can be based on its different goals and objectives. It may include but is not limited to financial reparations and community issues.

The Task Force Report Should Not Only Anchor on Financial Reparations

Long-time Los Angeles resident Walter Foster, 80, holds up a sign as the Reparations Task Force listens to public input at the California Science Center in Los Angeles on Sept. 22, 2022. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) (Source: KQED)

The state task committee is researching deeply into reparations for black Californians and will provide its groundbreaking final report to the state assembly later this month for review and approval.  Although some claim the task team will adopt a more comprehensive strategy, financial reparations have been the focus of their report, as reported by KQED.

According to the report of April Dembosky from KQED, the senate will be considering a bill that aims in making it easier for the youth who are less fortunate and those who belong to low-income families to receive mental health treatment on Tuesday. However, some wealthy parents stated that it would violate their rights for providing healthy mental development to their children.

Based on the report of Adam Echelman a reporter from CalMatters, legislators in California are now waiting for the pending approval of their proposed state budget from Governor Gavin Newsom. $10 million has been budgeted for LGBTQ+ services at California community colleges among the myriad other line items.

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