In the News
San Rafael Se Anotó una Victoria en Decomiso de Autos, video in Spanish, 9/14/2011
Thanks to the Marin Organizing Committee's efforts, the first time an automobile is confiscated, a licensed driver can recover the car before 30 days.
San Rafael Police Loosen City's Vehicle Impound Policy for Six-Month Trial Period, Marin Independent Journal, 9/12/11
Marin Organizing Committee wins victory for impoundment policies.
Upfront: An Impound of Flesh, Pacific Sun, September 2, 2011
Marin Organizing Committee mobilizes to change law prohibiting undocumented workers from obtaining drivers licenses.
San Rafael Protesta Contra el Decomiso de Autos, Univisión [video in Spanish] (08/18/11)
Marin Organizing Committee holds meeting in San Rafael about vehicle impoundment policies.
Car Impound Debate Revs Up, Press Democrat, 2/26/11
Leaders of the North Bay Sponsoring Committee leaders succeed in changing vehicle impoundment policies
Vehicle Seizures from Unlicensed Drivers Drop in Petaluma, Petaluma Argus Courier1/21/11
North Bay Sponsoring Committee weighs in on vehicle seizures…
Religious Leaders Laud NBSC's Community Meetings, Petaluma Argus Courier, June 2, 2010
NBSC unites Sonoma and Marin religious congregations and civic groups concerning a variety of issues, including police relations with Latinos, public transportation issues and mental-health service problems — and to work with other groups and individuals to find solutions.
Sonoma County Call to Action Draws 1,000 People, Press Democrat, May 25, 2010
North Bay Sponsoring Committee holds forum to address key issues including inadequate public transportation, the loss of mental health services and the policy of impounding vehicles driven by undocumented immigrants.