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Sacramento Update

This year over 2,900 bills were introduced in the state Legislature, an excessive number in my opinion. All those bills had to pass by the “house of origin” deadline May 31. Any bills that failed to pass are held for now,... — Updated 6/7/2019 Full story


Owed money?

California could be holding some of your money. According to state Controller Betty Yee, California is sitting on unclaimed properties valued at $9.3 billion. But there’s great news – you can get it back. I encourage you to vis... — Updated 3/28/2019


January to become human trafficking awareness month in California

Last month, I introduced House Resolution 7, which is jointly authored with Assemblymember Eloise Gomez Reyes, D-San Bernardino. HR 7 declares January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month in California, part of a nationwide effort... — Updated 2/19/2019


We're open for business

The holidays are here, the elections are behind us and the Legislature is out of session. But if the need arises, my office is here to help. Since joining the Legislature six years ago, my district and Capitol offices have... — Updated 11/29/2018


I-15 needs traffic relief

Anyone who regularly drives Interstate 15 in Riverside or northern San Diego County knows bumper-to-bumper traffic can be the norm, especially during rush hour. Temecula has organized task force meetings called “Move I-15... — Updated 10/12/2018


Preserve a regional jewel

The Santa Margarita River Preserve in Fallbrook is a unique bit of Southern California landscape in my Assembly District that will remain wild and free in perpetuity. Having hiked along the river trail system many times, I was... — Updated 10/5/2018


Get ready to be counted

The first national census was taken in 1790, and the nation is gearing up for the next one in 2020. There’s a lot riding on the census. For one thing, Congressional representation is based on an accurate count, and distribution... — Updated 8/2/2018


Working for the District

This session my legislative package deals with public safety, health care, government efficiency and rebuilding after the recent fires. Only some are highlighted here. Public safety bills include Assembly Bill 2720, reducing... — Updated 7/12/2018


Children and the great outdoors

Electronic devices and virtual reality can be great, but there’s nothing like experiencing nature firsthand.  Unfortunately, many youths living in inner cities and underserved communities never have the opportunity to really ex... — Updated 6/28/2018


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