City of San Fernando Valley Council passes Bush Impeachment Resolution with unanimous vote .
The City of San Fernando Valley City Council passed an impeachment resolution for President Bush with a unanimous vote on August 20, 2007. City of San Fernando Valley became the 87th city or township in the nation to pass a resolution calling for the impeachment of President Bush, following similar actions in Michigan, Ohio and Vermont as well as seven cities throughout California, including the City and County of San Francisco Board of Supervisors and Berkeley. Additionally, San Fernando Valley became the second city in Southern California following the lead of West Hollywood on July 16, 2007.
At the Monday night City of San Fernando Valley City Council meeting eleven members of the LANIC-SFV group presented to the Council evidence of impeachable offenses committed by President Bush. The Los Angeles National Impeachment Center – SFV Chapter is actively working with the Studio City Council to pass an impeachment resolution.