Fix California Challenge

Simply the Basics

The Mission of Simply the Basics is to provide for an individual, organization, or community their most basic needs with dignity so that they can focus on bigger goals. People are often saying, "If only I had X, then I could improve my life." We simply remove barriers, allowing people to have the opportunity to achieve. According to Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, people are unable to focus on any needs higher ...more »

Submitted by

Voting

1 vote
1 up votes
0 down votes

2015 Fix California Challenge

Reform the College of San Mateo - Get a Job Near You

The San Mateo County Community College District Board’s financial model is not sustainable. It is time for the County of San Mateo to work with its businesses within its community to offer an education to its residents that will provide a job, not just a certificate. By forming a public – private partnership with its businesses, the College of San Mateo can be a corporate training center that will ensure students leave ...more »

Submitted by (@cindyrose2016)

Voting

2 votes
2 up votes
0 down votes

2015 Fix California Challenge

Atract the best startups in the world to do business in CA

Did you know that to start a business in the US you don´t need to be a citizen or to have a Visa? You can incorporate online in services like Clerky, open a bank account, receive investment or payment for services and pay your taxes. Everything online! I did not know that until recently when I, a technology entrepreneur from Brazil, passed through the experience of starting a business in the USA. All around the world ...more »

Submitted by (@edmilsonrodrigues)

Voting

2 votes
3 up votes
1 down votes

2015 Fix California Challenge

A Regional Rehabilitation Fix for Prop 47, AB 109

Prop 47 backers have admitted that the alleged funding generated from the measure will not be made available until 2017. In the meantime, over 10,000 inmates who had had their felony sentences reduced to misdemeanors have been released with no incentive to seek rehabilitation. With so many formerly convicted individuals being released onto the streets, communities should be concerned about their safety. An analysis conducted ...more »

Submitted by (@harrietsalarno)

Voting

3 votes
3 up votes
0 down votes