We have some amazing survivors who have turned their pain into advocacy. While this is not the path for all, the E+ R project is committed to providing the platform, resources and avenues for those who want to share their message. This can be done through educational campaigns, speaking in policy committees, recording public service announcements, writing letters to officials, media interviews and more.
The E+R Project has partnered with the Placer DA to sponsor state legislation. This provides members the opportunity to tell their story at a state level and effect meaningful change in California.
1) AB 890 - This bill will include a fentanyl educational panel as terms for probation for someone who is found guilty of selling fentanyl. Learn more
2) AB 1071 - This bill would encourage school districts, county offices of education, and charter schools to provide comprehensive teen dating prevention education to all pupils in grades 7 to 12, inclusive, from teachers trained in comprehensive teen dating prevention education, at least once in junior high or middle school and at least once in high school. Learn more
3) AB 1260 - This bill requires CDCR to notify local law enforcement if they are releasing an inmate early on good conduct credits. Learn more