SACRAMENTO – With record wildfires raging across California, Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, today issued the following statement on a Legislative Analyst’s Office report detailing California’s significant investment in wildfire prevention, response and recovery.
Breast cancer is an epidemic that will affect 1 in 15 women in California. Senator Bill Dodd (D-Napa) reminds residents that early detection through screenings and mammograms can save lives.
The new My Shake app, developed at UC Berkeley, is a major advancement in seismic safety. It taps into a statewide network of earthquake sensors and sends an alert when the ground starts to shake. Even a short warning can save lives. To get the My Shake app, visit my website or go to https://myshake.berkeley.edu/
SACRAMENTO – In a legislative session shortened by the coronavirus pandemic, Sen. Bill Dodd, D-Napa, wrote seven bills that were signed into law on topics ranging from wildfire safety to maternity care. None of his bills were vetoed.
“Clearly, this was an unprecedented year that none of us had ever hoped or planned for,” said Sen. Dodd. “But we made the best use of our abbreviated time, tackling important topics and passing meaningful legislation. I’m looking forward to next year when we will redouble our efforts to serve the people of California.”