October marks the end of a busy legislative session. I’m happy to say Gov. Gavin Newsom signed 14 of my bills into law.
We’re now considering policy ideas for next year, so please contact one of my offices if you have a proposal.
This month I held a virtual town on wildfire prevention and preparedness. Watch a recording here.
Across the North Bay, school is back in session as we in the Legislature make a final push on a range of legislative proposals including those to improve wildfire safety and protect seniors against financial abuse.
February is Black History Month when we celebrate the history and contributions of African Americans. It is also a time to recognize what still needs to be done in the continuing struggle for civil rights.
I hope your new year is off to a great start. This month I introduced new bills to protect wildlife habitat and prevent cybersecurity threats on state-owned cell phone and computers. They are just two of the proposals I will be making in 2023.
I’d like to wish you and your loved ones happy holidays and a joyous new year.
We have achieved much over the past 12 months – from enhancing wildfire safety to promoting construction of new housing. Nineteen bills I wrote that were signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom take effect by Jan. 1.There is still more to do, and I look forward to another productive year.