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Fixing the Roads

What Members Are Saying

Speaker Toni G. Atkins, District 78
“Immigrants helped build California, immigrants shape the California we know today, and immigrants will help propel California into the future. On behalf of my colleagues in the Assembly, I am proud to support Immigrant Heritage Month to honor the immigrants who are such an important part of our economy and culture.”

Assemblymember Kevin McCarty, District 7
"We owe it to our children and we owe it to the families across California, to ensure that children are ready to start school and be successful. AB 47 will ensure that we keep the promise made to our preschoolers last year and provide each of our low-income children access to quality preschool."

Assemblyman Rich Gordon, District 24
“This Supreme Court decision, which finds that states cannot prohibit same-sex marriage, is historic not only for the LGBT community, but also for all Americans who value fairness and equality. The institution of marriage provides over 1,000 legal and financial privileges. More importantly, it is a powerful symbol of a couple's love and commitment.”

Assemblymember Nora Campos, District 27
"I applaud the Supreme Court for turning back the attempt to undermine the ACA and upholding the tax credits to families who buy health insurance through the federal marketplace. I am confident that the ACA will continue to rein in the cost of health insurance and provide access for all Americans to the security of knowing that a doctor and medical assistance is within reach."

Assemblymember Das Williams, District 37
“I’m most interested in ensuring the UC and CSU systems are funded at a level that expands students’ enrollment; and that community colleges, maintain their increased funding. As a champion for higher education, I know it is imperative that new graduates are as prepared as possible to enter today’s modern, expanding workforce.”

Assemblymember Shirley Weber, District 79
“In addition to increasing funding for K-12 education by $8.2 billion, this budget makes sizeable investments in early education, higher education and student financial aid. Also included is the centerpiece of our efforts to reduce poverty - the Earned Income Tax Credit - that will help improve the financial stability and increase the buying power of 825,000 working families in California.”