PASADENA – ColoradoBoulevard.net:
On Monday, May 22, Felicia Williams’ campaign for State Assembly announced that she joined Writers Guild of America Members on the picket line in a show of solidarity with the Guild and its approximately 20,000 members.
By News Desk
Some of the main issues dividing the two sides include compensation for streaming services, minimum staffing for writers’ rooms, and artificial intelligence.
Felicia Williams said:
I stand with these extremely talented, hard-working, union brothers and sisters, who are the backbone of the entertainment industry. I wholeheartedly support the writers in their strike.
Felicia currently serves as Vice Mayor on the Pasadena City Council and represents the City as Vice President of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Commission and on the Executive Committee of Foothill Transit Board.
Williams is seeking election to Assembly District 41, which is an open seat in 2024. Jed Leano and Phlunté Riddle are also running for Chris Holden’s assembly seat.
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