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City of West Hollywood is hosting panel discussion, An Update on Washington D.C. Politics: the Mueller Investigation, Human Rights and Immigration, and the Future of Resistance. Panelists include: Attorney Michael Avenatti; Former Federal Prosecutor Steve Madison; and, from the Coalition...
The City of West Hollywood responded to the U.S. Supreme Court's Decision, which permits implementation of transgender military ban. The discriminatory ban prevent transgender people from serving openly in the Military with condemnation. The 5-4 decision to decline hearing...
Sepi Shyne, a local attorney and Commissioner on the Business License Commission, announced that she will run for a seat on West Hollywood’s City Council in the November 2020 general election. She has also pledged to run a people...
Council Member John D'Amico recently announced that he is running for re-election for West Hollywood city council via his newsletter. He wrote that he's running for another term because of his love for WEHO and his hope to continue...
Award-winning WeHo resident and long-time veteran radio host and journalist, Cary Harrison (CBS, Clear Channel, Air America, SiriusXM, Public Radio), debuts his latest radio program, Reality Check Live (RCL) in partnership with Los Angeles, NY, and Southern California public...
The City of West Hollywood’s Human Rights Speakers Series joins the UCLA School of Law’s David J. Epstein Program for a special presentation of the program, DEFENDING CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE TRUMP ERA with Vanita Gupta, President and CEO,...
It was a festive, but low key reorganization and installation ceremony this past Monday, when John D'Amico was officially sworn-in as Mayor of West Hollywood and Lindsey Horvath was sworn-in as Mayor Pro Tempore. Mayor John D’Amico's Oath of Office...
The calls have been loud for West Hollywood Mayor John Duran to resign from his role as a city council member and to step down as Mayor, following the scandal of sexual misconduct allegations made by three members of...
Eleven candidates are running for three West Hollywood City Council seats in the upcoming General Municipal Election. All candidates have been invited to participate in a WeHo forum hosted by the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce on January 29,...
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