Tag: Pasadenans Organizing for Progress

POP Survey Finds Majority of Pasadena Voters Support Rent Control
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POP Survey Finds Majority of Pasadena Voters Support Rent Control

82% support law blocking landlords from evicting tenants without a valid reason A poll conducted by David Binder Research on behalf of Pasadenans Organizing for Progress (POP) shows overwhelming support by Pasadena registered voters in favor of local rent control and “just cause” eviction laws. The survey of 700 registered voters revealed that 69% of…

Pasadena Clergy Supports Raise in Local Minimum Wage
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Pasadena Clergy Supports Raise in Local Minimum Wage

They call on the Pasadena City Council to vote in favor of the gradual increases Three years ago, Pasadena’s religious leaders expressed support for the campaign to get the City Council to pass a minimum wage law in Pasadena. Once again, a diverse coalition has gathered to, according to Pasadenans Organizing for Progress (POP!), “help…

POP Kicks-Off Campaign for Higher Wages in Pasadena
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POP Kicks-Off Campaign for Higher Wages in Pasadena

Pasadenans Organizing for Progress (POP!) will kick-off their “Protect Pasadena Wages” campaign, on Nov. 9 and 10 with a free cup of coffee and live music for every self-identified low wage earner and labor supporter. Rosebud Coffee (2302 E. Colorado Blvd.) is hosting the event an according to POP! is “a proud supporter of a…

POP Brings Pasadenans and Police Together
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POP Brings Pasadenans and Police Together

Gatherings aim to open dialogue between residents and local police Pasadenans Organizing for Progress (POP!) announced a forum on community policing issues titled, “Let’s Talk, Let’s Learn.” The event will be held at the Alkebulan Cultural Center (1435 N. Raymond Ave.) on Oct. 4 starting at 6 p.m. and will focus on how the community…

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