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Holding Local Governments Accountable
Santa Clara County Citizens for Free Speech is a group of concerned citizens that has come together to monitor, and hold accountable, our local governments in Santa Clara County.
Our mission is to be aware of what’s going on in our respective city governments and to hold them accountable for violations of our rights.
These are our activities:
• We actively monitor and report civic and legislative actions of city governments in Santa Clara County.
• We scrutinize city calendars, meeting agendas, and notifications for future civic or legislative action by the individual city governments.
• We attend public meetings, e.g. City Council, Planning Commission, Zoning Commission, and report findings leading to violations of our rights.
• We document the organization and policies of each city government to gain a better understanding of their methodology.
• We monitor local newspapers, blogs, and web sites to gather information on the activities of our local governments and organizations that may influence the councils, city managers, and staff.
If you’d like to join or contribute, please contact us at email@example.com.
Sunnyvale’s gun control ordinance went into effect on December 6, 2013. Known as Measure C on the November, 2013 ballot, the passage of the package affects not only the citizens of Sunnyvale but also every citizen who travels through Sunnyvale … read more
January 21, 2015. Palo Alto council members will have to take a public vote before every closed-door meeting under a new policy that the City Council adopted on Tuesday night. The policy, which the council adopted unanimously, requires members to … read more
Gallup has long asked Americans whether they thought having a gun in their home would make their home “safer” or “more dangerous.” In 2000, 35 percent of Americans thought it would make them safer. Today, that number is at 63 percent. … read more
Less than half of Americans, 47%, say they favor stricter laws covering the sale of firearms, similar to views found last year. But this percentage is significantly below the 58% recorded in 2012 after the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, … read more
In an article about the recent shooting at the Canadian Parliament, Members of Parliament (MP)s fashioned crude spears out of flagpoles after barricading themselves inside their chambers. Surprisingly, if such an event happened at the American Capitol, it is likely … read more
Oct. 20, 2014 Parsons, who rarely shies away from controversy, argues that firearms aren’t to blame for school shootings and other recent gun violence. Parsons, a gun owner and member of the National Rifle Association, says that firearms aren’t … read more
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