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Property Should Be Verified Before Any Citizen Speaks to the BOS

OK, that is absurd.  but imagine that for a moment.

Imagine if a citizen wanted to go before the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors, they would first have to attest, under penalty of perjury of all their property.   877 more words

Reframing

The Fine Line Between Perfection and Paranoia

I woke up this morning at 11:00.

While I slept, I didn’t hear my vitals alarm at 6:00, got woken up to chug down my morning meds with a glass of milk at 7:00, and missed both breakfast and my 8:45 appointment with my general practitioner on a diabetes follow-up. 806 more words

Getting Better

Open policy making in action: Empowering divorcing couples and separating families to create sustainable solutions





Set up in April 2014, the Cabinet Office Policy Lab brings new tools and techniques, new insights and practical experimentation to policy-making. Embedded as a researcher in the Lab, my role is to help with evaluating Lab’s impact on policy making.
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Open Policy Making

The Journey to Reframe Human Services - Part 2: Here's What We Can Do Now

By: Irv Katz, Bridget McCabe, Ilsa Flanagan, Trevor Maat
National Human Services Assembly with appreciation to FrameWorks Institute 


As we move forward in the reframing effort, we’re continually asked, “What can we do now?” First, consider how we can use the initial findings talked about in… 927 more words

National Human Services Assembly

The Journey to Reframe Human Services - Part 1: What We've Learned and Where We're Going

By: Irv Katz, Bridget McCabe, Ilsa Flanagan
National Human Services Assembly with appreciation to FrameWorks Institute 


It is a journey, an apt metaphor, because even when we reach our destination— 716 more words

National Human Services Assembly

The Politics of Policing

As we are on the cusp of a new era in Eureka politics, as a frequent critic of our police force, I’d like to entreat those on the left to have empathy for our peace officers. 655 more words

Eureka City Council