Sept 9th at 10:30am, the “Survivor Sisters” will be having a press conference in Old Sac to promote the Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Awareness License Plate Read More
Thank you for taking the time to visit my website.
It is an honor to have this opportunity to serve our community. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any comments, questions or concerns that you may have with the district—or with your state government.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. –AB 2176, by Assemblymember Nora Campos (D- San Jose), unanimously passed the California Assembly Housing Committee this afternoon. The bill would allow the City of San Jose to construct an emergency bridge housing community for the homeless.
The City of San Jose is currently exploring the possibility of establishing an emergency housing community. This community would provide a short-term solution for homeless residents, while awaiting higher-density permanent housing. The envisioned emergency housing would include zero footprint mini houses, compostable toilets and a community center with shared facilities and services.
SACRAMENTO, Calif – The California Assembly Education Committee unanimously moves forward AB 1567 authored by Assemblymember Nora Campos (D- San Jose). This measure will waive fees and give priority access to state funded afterschool programs.
AB 1567 would also ensure that afterschool programs utilize all federally funded programs and resources available to prevent hunger and support healthy outcomes.
(Sacramento) – California’s CalGrant program can provide many students with the money they need to pay for college. Don’t delay – the deadline to apply is coming up soon. Check out this Public Service Announcement from Assemblymember Nora Campos (D-San Jose) to learn more about the CalGrant program.
Legislation is aimed at improving transportation for low income students, increasing after-school food access, and raising awareness about human trafficking
Sacramento, Calif. – Assemblymember Campos has kicked off the New Year by introducing legislation to help improve the lives of low-income youth by enhancing their transportation options for school and providing those in after-school programs with adequate meals.
AB 1572 will require that school districts designate a liaison to implement a plan developed in consultation with specified stakeholders to ensure that all Title 1 students receive free transportation in a timely manner.
Efforts will include enhancing penalties for liquor license violations, raising human trafficking awareness, and increasing funding for law enforcement.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Nora Campos, D-San Jose, is seeking to bolster the enforcement capabilities of the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC). Recent reports and feedback from the community have made it clear that the current liquor license transfer process is being abused and creating challenges for law enforcement to stop businesses who are conducting illicit activity.
It’s been over a month since the legislative session ended and it has gone by in a flash! My office and I have been active in San Jose over the last four weeks. With fall finally here, I am looking forward to the many events my office and I will be attending, as well as hosting.
Fall isn’t all fun and games, as always there is lots of work to do, including healthcare enrollment workshops and a food drive for Thanksgiving.
My legislative team is currently working on policy for the next legislative session that will begin on January 4th, 2016. If you have any policy ideas you think should become law, reach out to me. Some of my best bills have come from listening to my constituents.
I have always said that some of my best ideas for policy have come from my constituents. One of my biggest honors and responsibilities as a representative of the 27th Assembly District is to listen to you.
If you have a legislative idea for the 2016 Session, my office and I would be delighted to hear it. As stated earlier, local community members can be the source of amazing statewide policy. Please reach out to my office by clicking here.