Welcome to my legislative website. It is an honor to have this opportunity to serve my 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.
Assemblywoman Patty López INVITES YOU to participate in a free workshop on HOUSING. Local housing agencies will be sharing important information.
If you and your family are in need of an affordable apartment and don't know where to begin, this workshop may help you. Receive useful tips and advice on how to start a successful search. There will be an opportunity to participate in a Q & A session with representatives from local agencies. This event will also feature a legislative update.
SACRAMENTO, CA ‒ AB 2036, a bill introduced by Assemblywoman Patty López (D-San Fernando) to help parents make more informed decisions regarding childcare, was signed into law by Governor Brown on Friday.
This legislation requires online childcare job posting services, which advertise non-licensed caregivers (e.g., nannies and babysitters), to notify customers of California’s TrustLine Registry as well as provide a detailed overview of what is included in their third-party background checks. Customers may even bring civil action suits against these companies for failing to comply.
SACRAMENTO, CA ‒ Assemblywoman Patty López’s (D-San Fernando) bill, AB 1449, was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown late Wednesday.
This legislation allows academically eligible students, who have not earned a high school diploma or its equivalency, to receive the Transfer Entitlement Grant (or “Cal Grant”) when moving from a California Community College to an accredited four-year university. These funds may be applied towards tuition, books and other expenses.