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El Gobierno Federal tiene la facultad de establecer reservas nacionales y suprimirlas. Reformada mediante decreto publicado el 29 de enero de Reformada mediante decreto publicado el 22 de mayo de III. Reformada mediante decreto publicado el 29 de enero de IX. Reformado mediante decreto publicado el 8 de febrero de Toda persona tiene derecho a un medio ambiente sano para su desarrollo y bienestar. Adicionado mediante decreto publicado el 17 de junio de Toda persona tiene derecho a la identidad y a ser registrado de manera inmediata a su nacimiento.
Reformada mediante decreto publicado el 7 de febrero de I. After college, Gavin sold orthotics and worked as an assistant at a real estate firm. In , Gavin recruited investors and founded PlumpJack, a wine shop, which he grew into a thriving enterprise of 21 businesses including wineries, restaurants, and hotels. As Mayor, Gavin balanced seven consecutive budgets on time during national economic instability without laying off a single teacher, police officer, or firefighter.
By promoting growth and redevelopment in blighted or underutilized communities, rebuilding critical infrastructure and through aggressive targeted efforts to attract and retain business, San Francisco today has become a magnet for the jobs and innovative companies of the future. During the Great Recession, Gavin supported a subsidized employment program that put over 4, Californians to work. As Mayor, Gavin created a unique partnership with the school district, teachers and students to improve test scores, reduce truancy and promote a culture of learning from preschool through college.
Despite a national recession, Gavin successfully established college savings accounts for every entering kindergarten student, launched Preschool for All and Afterschool for All, and provided students with access to school-based wellness centers to address physical and mental health needs.
When he left office, the San Francisco Unified School District was the highest performing urban school district in the state.
As Lieutenant Governor, Gavin serves as a University of California Regent and California State University Trustee, working hard to keep tuition fees down, solve the student debt crisis and improve academic success rates across the board. Gavin recognizes the dynamic and changing workforce that lies ahead for California's students, which is why he championed legislation to provide every student with access to rigorous computer science classes to better prepare them both for college and the careers of tomorrow.
As Mayor, Gavin transformed San Francisco into one of the most environmentally friendly cities on earth, promoting environmental justice and forging a new sustainable path towards job creation and economic growth.
As Lieutenant Governor, Gavin has utilized his position on the State Lands Commission to ensure that California is addressing the complex challenges of its nuclear and clean energy future. He understands that through a combination of increased funding for affordable housing and practical incentives to spur construction, we can build the housing we need. Gavin also believes the state has a moral obligation to take care of its most vulnerable and get serious about ending homelessness.
Gavin pursued a strategy in San Francisco that aimed to break the cycle of dependency and move people into stable situations. Thirty-six days into his first mayoral term, Gavin threw himself into one of the most divisive issues in U. Gavin knows that to truly achieve gender equality, we need more women in leadership. As Lieutenant Governor, he has been a strong defender of Planned Parenthood funding, paid family leave, and solving the pay gap crisis. He is the only statewide official to endorse all five major criminal justice ballot initiatives: