What Members Are Saying

Assemblymember Cheryl Brown – District 47

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Assemblymember Cheryl Brown – District 47
"The budget provides over $100 million for affordable housing and will help create jobs in areas of new construction. It also contains a $500 million allocation to county sheriff's offices for jail space and other facilities to help ease the cost of prison realignment on our local law enforcement officials with a special emphasis on rehabilitation."
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Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva – District 65

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Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva – District 65
“We need to increase the number of college-educated workers if we want to ensure that California will be able to keep up with the demands of a 21st century workforce. We must continue to keep in mind our state’s long-term success and make education a priority for California’s future.”

Assemblymember Ian Calderon – District 57

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Assemblymember Ian Calderon – District 57
"Supporting the arts is not only the right thing to do - it's an investment that is guaranteed to pay the state back. The creative sector has become Californian's most important driver of economic growth. The capacity of our workers and students to compete in a global creative economy is currently being undermined after years of budget cuts to arts programs."

Assemblymember Cheryl Brown – District 47

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Assemblymember Cheryl Brown – District 47
“In order for government to work effectively citizens must exercise their right to vote. It is the responsibility of the California Legislature to make voting as easy and accessible as possible regardless of where the voter lives.”

Assemblymember Bob Wieckowski – District 25

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Assemblymember Bob Wieckowski – District 25
"Consumers need increased protection from the large data breaches that are occurring across the country. By improving the way sensitive information is retained and how consumers are alerted when breaches occur, Assembly Bill 1710 will better protect customers' personal information.”