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Tell us what you think

The Care First Budget Survey

The County needs to hear from YOU – what do you and your family need? What does a “Care First” budget look like? What services do you want to see funded in your community?

Presupuesto Cuidado Primero

El Condado necesita escucharle A USTED: ¿qué necesitan usted y su familia? ¿Cómo sería un presupuesto “Care First” (que sitúe al cuidado primero)? ¿Qué servicios quiere que se financien en su comunidad?

What was Measure J?

A HISTORIC VOTE
FOR LA COUNTY

A HISTORIC VOTE
FOR LA COUNTY

A Care First Vision for L.A. County

Over the past decade, Angelenos across the County have worked to develop a Care First vision for Los Angeles. Measure J was a continuation of that vision and a mandate to elected officials and decision makers about where we go from here. The initiative seeks to correct the historical wrongdoings and move away from a carceral infrastructure. This is how we start to Reimagine L.A. County.

WHAT DOES IT DO?

MEASURE J INVESTS IN OUR COMMUNITIES

LA County spends 42% of taxpayer money on law enforcement and the legal system.
0%
LA County spends 42% of taxpayer money on law enforcement and the legal system.
0%

$500+ million for communities

Through a majority vote of the people, Measure J will amend L.A. County’s charter to permanently allocate at least 10% of existing locally-controlled revenues – growing close to $1B once fully phased in – to be directed to community investment and alternatives to incarceration.

SHIFT THE BUDGET

This is money L.A. County already has that is being spent on priorities that don’t reflect our values.

Right now, L.A. County spends 42% of taxpayer money on law enforcement and the legal system.

It’s time to invest in community counseling, mental health services, youth development programs, small businesses, jobs-creation, and affordable housing.

Individual elected leaders come and go. Measure J will structurally change the budget and permanently enshrine our values in the county charter.

Right now, L.A. County spends 42% of taxpayer money on law enforcement and the legal system

It’s time to invest in community counseling, mental health services, youth development programs, small businesses, jobs-creation, and affordable housing.

Individual elected leaders come and go. Measure J will structurally change the budget and permanently enshrine our values in the county charter.

Individual elected leaders come and go. Measure J will structurally change the budget and permanently enshrine our values in the county charter.

Get involved with measure j implementation

A HISTORIC VOTE
FOR LA COUNTY

A HISTORIC VOTE
FOR LA COUNTY

A Care First Vision for L.A. County

Over the past decade, Angelenos across the County have worked to develop a Care First vision for Los Angeles. Measure J was a continuation of that vision and a mandate to elected officials and decision makers about where we go from here. The initiative seeks to correct the historical wrongdoings and move away from a carceral infrastructure. This is how we start to Reimagine L.A. County.

WHAT DOES IT DO?

MEASURE J INVESTS IN OUR COMMUNITIES

LA County spends 42% of taxpayer money on law enforcement and the legal system.
0%
LA County spends 42% of taxpayer money on law enforcement and the legal system.
0%

$500+ million for communities

Through a majority vote of the people, Measure J will amend L.A. County’s charter to permanently allocate at least 10% of existing locally-controlled revenues – growing close to $1B once fully phased in – to be directed to community investment and alternatives to incarceration.

SHIFT THE BUDGET

This is money L.A. County already has that is being spent on priorities that don’t reflect our values.

Right now, L.A. County spends 42% of taxpayer money on law enforcement and the legal system.

It’s time to invest in community counseling, mental health services, youth development programs, small businesses, jobs-creation, and affordable housing.

Individual elected leaders come and go. Measure J will structurally change the budget and permanently enshrine our values in the county charter.

Right now, L.A. County spends 42% of taxpayer money on law enforcement and the legal system

It’s time to invest in community counseling, mental health services, youth development programs, small businesses, jobs-creation, and affordable housing.

Individual elected leaders come and go. Measure J will structurally change the budget and permanently enshrine our values in the county charter.

Individual elected leaders come and go. Measure J will structurally change the budget and permanently enshrine our values in the county charter.

Get involved with measure j implementation