Assm Dems break decade long losing streak in bipartisan softball game and raised $25,000 for Sac Boys and Girls Club! Family fun and money for a great cause.
Get ready for some "Art and Soul" in District 7! It is an honor to invite you to my upcoming 2nd Saturday Art Show with Royal Chicano Air Force (RCAF) and District Office Open House on Saturday, August 8 from 5-7 p.m.
The open house is an opportunity to meet with me, learn about my district office, and share your ideas concerning the state budget and legislation.
I have partnered with RCAF, Sol Collective, Crest Café, Kombucha Kulture, Track 7, Hoppy, and Rubicon Brewing Co.'s to host this open house for the 7th Assembly District constituents. Please join me on:
Saturday, August 8
5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
(Appetizers and refreshments provided)
Assemblymember Kevin McCarty's District Office
915 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Space is limited, so RSVP above or call (916) 324-4676 today!
Proud to recognize the work that ECOS, Women’s Empowerment, Guardian Scholars Program, Lao Family Community Development and the Sacramento LGBT Center do for our community with an AT&T Investing in California Award.
Assemblymember Kevin McCarty hopes you will join him for an informational workshop.
The California Competes Tax Credit is an income tax credit available to businesses that want to come to California or stay and grow in California.
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
8:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
University of Phoenix
2860 Gateway Oaks Dr., Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95833
For more information, or to RSVP, call (916) 324-4676 or visit: www.business.ca.gov/CalCompetes.aspx
(SACRAMENTO, CA) - Today, the Senate Education Committee passed Assembly Bill (AB) 47, the Preschool for Act (Kevin McCarty, D-Sacramento) on a bi-partisan vote. This measure requires the state to provide funding for all children who are eligible for the state preschool program, who do not have access to Transitional Kindergarten or Head Start, with the opportunity to enroll in the program.
SACRAMENTO –Assemblymember Kevin McCarty (D – Sacramento) announced today the Sacramento area recipients of Urban Forestry Grants awarded by CAL FIRE. These grants were awarded statewide for the purpose of improving urban forests and reducing greenhouse gas emissions while beautifying California for generations to come.
“Urban Forestry Grants helps trees and new plantings that in turn provide us with cleaner air and water, a reduction of storm water run-off, and cooler summer temperatures,” said Assemblymember McCarty. “Trees play a vital role in reducing greenhouse gasses and help maintain Sacramento’s reputation as the City of Trees.”
The Sacramento Bee’s editorial, “State, UC disappoint with budget tricks” (June 28), regarding the UC budget seems to scold the Legislature for not simply writing a blank check with no oversight or direction. Context is needed to understand why this budget is the most generous in nearly a decade, while asking UC to reprioritize access for California students.
Let’s start with this: We support UC and UC students. Beginning with a plan proposed last November by Speaker Toni Atkins, the Assembly sought to boost funding for UC over Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed 4 percent increase.
Legislation to Increase Access to Mental Health Services at College Campuses
New Community College Grant Funding the Focus of Special Hearing
McCarty Introduces Legislation to Create Lower American River Conservancy
Response to the Governor's 2016 State of State Address