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Rosa Girón was born in San Salvador in El Salvador. Ms. Girón has lived in South Central Los Angeles for many years. In 2001, Ms. Girón studied to become a community health promoter with Esperanza Community Housing Corporation. This was a path to open many doors, because it gave her the opportunity to help other people through home visits, health classes, and referrals. Today, Ms.
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Mary M. Lee is associate director of PolicyLink, a national advocacy organization based in Oakland. Ms. Lee is a practicing attorney with more than 25 years of experience working in communities throughout California, with special emphasis on issues of housing, land use and community economic development. A former L.A. Transportation Commissioner, she now serves on the L.A. Food Policy Task Force charged with making recommendations to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa about food system reform strategies. Ms.

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Evan George graduated with a history degree from Occidental College. His mentor was legendary Los Angeles Times writer Bob Sipchen, who got George interested in journalism. George spent some time at the late, lamented LA Alternative and the Los Angeles Downtown News before joining the legal news team at the Los Angeles Daily Journal two years ago.

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Hector De La Torre was elected in 2004 to represent the 50th Assembly District, which includes the Southeast Los Angeles County cities of Bell, Bellflower, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Cudahy, Downey, Lynwood, South Gate, and the unincorporated communities of Florence-Graham and Walnut Park. Recently appointed Rules Committee Chair, he is part of Speaker Fabian Nunez's leadership team. The Assembly Rules Committee is responsible for assigning bills to the appropriate policy committees and sets and implements the policies that govern the Assembly.

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David Chatfield is executive director of Californians for Pesticide Reform, a grassroots coalition working to reform statewide pesticide policies and practices. CPR works closely with the Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA), which is part of an international coalition fighting for pesticide reform. Chatfield provides strategic direction for CPR, engages in campaign work and leads fundraising efforts. Prior to joining CPR in 1997, Chatfield was the California director of Clean Water Action.

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