From 50 years ago to now: The California Latino Legislative Caucus
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — In 1973, five Latino legislators formed the California Latino Legislative Caucus (CLLC) to address the social and economic issues affecting the Latino community.
Today, the CLLC is made up of 38 members and is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Assembly member Sabrina Cervantes is the first openly LGBTQ woman to Chair the Latino Legislative Caucus. She oversees the most diverse group of members since the caucus’ inception.