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CA Senate unanimously approves ACEs reduction resolution

On August 18, the California Senate unanimously approved  Concurrent Resolution (ACR) No. 155  to encourage statewide policies to reduce children’s exposure to adverse childhood experiences.  As reported on ACEs Too High , the resolution is modeled after a Wisconsin resolution that encourages state policy decision-making to consider the impact of early childhood adversity on the long-term health and well being of its citizens. Since the resolution does not require...

California Assembly unanimously approves resolution to reduce ACEs

On August 11, the California Assembly unanimously approved  Concurrent Resolution (ACR) No. 155  to encourage statewide policies to reduce children’s exposure to adverse childhood experiences. The resolution passed with bi-partisan support and added 68 members as coauthors (there are 80 members of the Assembly). The  California proposal  encourages state policy decision-making to consider the impact of early childhood adversity on the long-term health and well being...

California Assembly Health Committee OKs ACEs resolution 16-0

The California Assembly Health Committee today approved, by a vote of 16-0, a resolution to encourage statewide policies to reduce children’s exposure to adverse childhood experiences. California took a page from Wisconsin’s playbook with the introduction of legislation ( California Assembly Concurrent Resolution (ACR) No. 155 ) on May 28. It drew upon ideas from Wisconsin’s legislation ( Senate Joint Resolution 59 ), approved by the legislature this early this year. Both...

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