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The City of West Hollywood condemned the actions of the House Appropriations Committee today after a Wednesday, July 11, 2018 vote that resulted in 29-23 in support of a discriminatory anti-LGBT amendment to a funding bill for the Department...
An Instagram post shared by actress Jennifer Aniston yesterday shows the masked star placing her ballot in one of the official West Hollywood ballot drop boxes located at the West Hollywood Library. The star publicly endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala...
The city of West Hollywood will hold "Human Rights and Civil Liberties: One Year After the Inauguration." The panel discussion is part of West Hollywood's Human Rights Speaker Series. It will reflect on the Trump Administration’s first year. The event will...
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,...
Below is a statement from West Hollywood Mayor John Duran, dated March 19, 2019. It was written while the Mayor continues his stay at Cedars Sinai, where he is being treated for blood clots. The statement will be read...
The city of West Hollywood responded to the passing of Senator John McCain by lowering flags to half mast all over the city. The 81-year-old senator and war veteran died at 4:28 p.m. on August 25, 2018, from a brain...
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,...
"WE WON!" WeHo Mayor John Jude Duran, posted on his Facebook timeline this morning following yesterday's November 6 elections in which Democrats won back control of the House of Representatives, but lost seats in the Senate. Below are his remarks...
West Hollywood Council member John D'Amico was in rare form yesterday, when he lashed out at West Hollywood council member candidate Sepi Shyne, via his Facebook timeline. He stopped short of calling her homophobic when he called her out...
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