Sanity-Saving good news – “Using your anger for good” – Edition

Good news in basic humanity.

Lin-Manuel’s advice works for everything, actually. This was a hard week where we wonder about our basic humanity. But then all this happens and, well, it helps a bit.

San Juan Mayor Carment Cruz does not back down.

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“This terrible and abominable view of him throwing paper towels and throwing provisions at people, it does not embody the spirit of the American nation.” San Juan Mayor Carmen Cruz on 45’s trip to Puerto Rico

Racial slurs were shouted at a Nevada Union High School student in Grass Valley as he walked down Mill Street, according to his father on an amazing Facebook heart-to-heart to the white people in his community. Concerned local residents, including the police and the Nevada Union High principal, asked the community to do better and stand up to racism.  And this happened.

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Congresswoman Julia Brownley reaches out! Tax assistance and more…

– Tax Assistance

Do you have a federal tax problem that you haven’’t been able to resolve with the IRS? My office can help!

Join my office for an IRS Problem Solving Day on Tuesday, September 12th from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM at 223 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Suite 220, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360.

The Taxpayer Advocate Service – an independent organization within the IRS that protects your rights as a taxpayer and helps resolve tax problems you can’’t resolve on your own –will be on hand to meet with Ventura County residents to assist with ongoing tax problems. Our goal is to provide one-on-one guidance and direction on the next steps needed to help resolve these issues.

This service is free, but space is limited and appointments are required! For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call my office at (805) 379-1779. Continue reading “Congresswoman Julia Brownley reaches out! Tax assistance and more…”