What Members Are Saying

Assemblymember Ian Calderon, District 57

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Assemblymember Ian Calderon, District 57

“Annual unannounced inspections are fundamental in protecting the health and safety of children and adults receiving care through facility or home-based care. This is an issue I have worked on since being elected to the State Assembly and have introduced legislation each year to require annual inspections.” http://asmdc.org/members/a57/news-room/press-releases/assemblymber-ian-calderon-s-statement-on-governor-s-2015-2016-budget-proposal-and-adjustments-to-community-care-licensing-program

Assemblymember Adam Gray, District 21

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Assemblymember Adam Gray, District 21

“Last year students, parents, teachers, and whole agricultural communities rallied to protect FFA. While we still want to keep an eye on the numbers going forward, it appears that this year FFA is safe and sound. Governor Brown and the policy makers in Sacramento have heard our message.” http://asmdc.org/members/a21/news-room/press-releases/assemblymember-gray-ffa-funding-safe-and-sound-in-governor-s-proposed-budget

Assemblymember Rob Bonta, District 18

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Assemblymember Rob Bonta, District 18

“It is estimated that 1.4 million undocumented residents in California will apply for a driver’s license in the next 3 years, making it possible for hundreds of thousands of immigrants to participate in the important daily routines of life, like driving one’s children to school or driving to work, without fear of deportation.”
http://asmdc.org/members/a18/news-room/press-releases/bonta-alejo-and-low-join-jose-antonio-vargas-to-promote-new-immigration-programs-for-apis

Assemblymember Marc Levine, District 10

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Assemblymember Marc Levine, District 10

“Our state parks are valued public assets held in trust for all Californians. We must create public accountability to ensure their protection for present and future generations. To do this, it is vital that the public add their voices to the call for enhanced stewardship and support of our state parks.” http://asmdc.org/members/a10/news-room/opinion-editorials/to-make-government-work-we-need-to-pay-attention

Assemblymember Henry Perea - District 31

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Assemblymember Henry Perea, District 31

“Now it’s time to work together to ensure funding goes to the communities that need it the most and are most severely impacted by carbon emissions. In an effort to improve air quality, a plan to deploy clean vehicle technology and find long term transportation funding for roads will serve California well.” http://asmdc.org/members/a31/news-room/press-releases/assemblymember-perea-s-statement-on-governor-brown-s-proposed-budget

Assemblymember Susan Talamantes Eggman - District 13

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Assemblymember Susan Talamantes Eggman, District 13

“I share the governor’s commitment to holding the line against tuition increases at the University of California and look forward to working with the governor, from that shared perspective, to incorporate the Assembly’s vision for maintaining the affordability of a U.C. education.” http://asmdc.org/members/a13/news-room/press-releases/assemblymember-eggman-s-statement-on-release-of-gov-brown-s-budget-proposal