C.A.C.A.

Proposed Resolutions from C.A.C.A. Los Angeles Lodge

In Memoriam: Herbert Wong, president of L.A. Lodge, 1974-1975

In Memoriam: Stanley Yep, president of L.A. Lodge, 1998

Immigration Reform: Urge National C.A.C.A. to support protecting the current provisions in federal family reunification laws and expedite processing applications

Immigration Reform: Urge National C.A.C.A. to support executive action for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Immigration Reform: Urge National C.A.C.A. to support executive action for Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA)

Immigration: Defer issue of Birthing Hotels/Maternity Tourism pending action by San Gabriel Valley Lodge (waiting to see what C.A.C.A. Greater San Gabriel Lodge develops)

Support for Congressman Adam Schiff's Rim of Valley Recreational Area proposal

Funding for San Gabriel Mountains National Monument (established October 10, 2014)

In support of the creation of a National Database of Deaths by Law Enforcement

Increase cooperation between National C.A.C.A. and local Lodges and Law Enforcement Agencies on education, training and reporting

Creation of Lodge positions on U.S. Supreme Court rulings of cases in the October 2014 Term (ends in late June 2015), specifically addressing workplace discrimination, Affordable Care Act and Same-Sex Marriage

Increasing Voter Participation, specifically younger citizens

Statement in Support of Federal and State Minimum Wage

National C.A.C.A. Position of Affirmative Action on Education Policy

Statement on Education Budget Cuts (in support of 2015 Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) budget reauthorization)

In Support of a restatement of the 1995 Glass Ceiling Commission report on barriers against women and minorities (after 20 years later-has there been progress?)

In Support of Establishing a National C.A.C.A. Committee for Review of Convention Procedures (withdrawn)

Recognition of Fiftieth Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 (August 6, 1965). August 6, 2015, is the opening day of the 53rd National Convention

Opposition to Religious Exemptions from Civil Rights Norms

In Support of National C.A.C.A. to Support Transgender Rights and Promote Education

In Support of National C.A.C.A. to Support Expansion of H1-B Visa for specialty occupations


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