Criminal Justice Reform
Ross takes a similar stance on criminal justice reform to that of Governor of New Jersey Phil Murphy, who recently signed two major pieces of legislation to reform New Jersey’s criminal justice system. The bills will reform the expungement process to restore voting rights to those on probation or parole, help give individuals entangled in the criminal justice system the opportunity to fully participate in our society and democracy.
Ross is confident that a similar legislation would reform our ideologies about criminal justice here in Texas
Harsh punishment for crimes against seniors
Bring awareness to forms of exploitation seniors encounter (identity theft, telemarketer fraud, home improvement scams)
Access to HealthCare, D.R.’s,nurses, diagnostic centers,
and wellness in your local communities.
Decrease fraud and abuse with Seniors.
Stronger Attention to Mental Health
Green space to attract pollinators to ensure there are ample amounts of vegetation for human consumption.
Work with community to ensure that the quality of water is safe for consumption by holding the EPA ( Environmental Protection Agency) accountable.
A Living wage that represents the economy that we are apart of.
Equal pay for all workers no matter there retrospective genders or class.
Making sure we have laws in place to ensure a safe work environment.
Reduce workplace stress and turning up the pressure on stopping sexual harassment, bullying, and unethical work practices