SACRAMENTO – Eight bills from Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, cleared the Senate Appropriations committee Friday and head to the full Senate next week for a vote.
“I’m proud to bring this legislation addressing a range of issues and concerns, both locally and statewide,” Senator Dodd said. “And I thank my fellow senators for advancing it after careful consideration.”
The following bills were taken off suspense Friday:
SB 830: The proposal adds media literacy education to school curriculums and ensures students have the tools to succeed in the digital age.