The Wagon Circle, an Encinitas-based advocacy group that formed last year, celebrated organizing and supporting each other through the first 100 days of the new administration on May 7 with a picnic and unity rally.
The gathering took place at Cottonwood Creek Park, where members marched linked together to signify what they stand for. One of their primary focuses lately has been holding Congressman Darrell Issa accountable for his vote on the American Health Care Act.
“Especially, since the vote on the ACHA we need to show that the resistance is going nowhere,” said organizer Lisa Nava, who sits on the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission.
Over the last three months,...