Many California cities have banned flavored tobacco and e-cigarettes. San Diego should be next.
Weber, M.D., is a state assemblymember who represents the 79th Assembly District. She lives in La Mesa.
There is no vaccine for addiction, which means global pandemics like the COVID-19 pandemic will come and go while the public health crisis of tobacco addiction could rage on indefinitely — with the most devastating impact in Black neighborhoods.
We need to be vigilant
LA MESA — A year after a large protest against police violence and racial injustice turned riotous in downtown La Mesa, community members, including state and local elected officials, said the work toward justice is not over.
Nonprofit and community group host La Mesa’s Day of Remembrance
LA MESA (KUSI) – Nonprofit La Mesa Conversations and community group Envision La Mesa are hosting La Mesa’s Day of Remembrance on the one-year anniversary of the events which ensued in the city on the night of May 30, 2020.
Your Say on where America is heading one year after George Floyd’s death
A Minneapolis police officer murdered George Floyd a year ago. How do you think the U.S. has changed since then? What gives you hope or what gives you concern?