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SACRAMENTO, CA — Amid growing concern about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth mental health, Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel (D-Woodland Hills) today announced the introduction of legislation that would en
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San Fernando Valley-based lawmaker Jesse Gabriel has been appointed to a leadership position in the state Assembly.
SACRAMENTO, CA — Today, Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel (D-Woodland Hills) was appointed Majority Whip of the California State Assembly by Speaker Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood). A key member of the leadership team, the Majority Whip works with the Speaker, the Majority Leader, and the Assistant Whips to advance the legislative agenda of the Democratic Caucus.
SACRAMENTO, CA — Today, immediately after being sworn-in for his second full term in the California Legislature, Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel (D-Woodland Hills) introduced his first bills of the new term. Reflecting the many challenges facing the state, these measures address the devastating impacts of COVID-19, California’s housing affordability crisis, and the recent surge in hate crimes.
Caucus Membership Expands Following Election Victories Across the State
SACRAMENTO, CA — The California Legislative Jewish Caucus announced today that Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel (D-Encino) has been elected by members of the caucus to serve as Chair for the 2021-2022 legislative session. Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) has been elected Vice Chair. In recent years, the Jewish Caucus has grown into an influential voice in the State Legislature, and will expand to at least 17 legislators following the election of Senators-Elect Josh Newman (D-Diamond Bar) and Josh Becker (D-San Mateo).
Legislation Will Require Universities to Consider Homelessness as an Extenuating Circumstance When Evaluating Financial Aid Appeals
SACRAMENTO, CA — Yesterday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill (AB) 2416, by Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel (D-Woodland Hills), which will require colleges and universities in California to consider whether a student is experiencing homelessness when making a determination about whether the student should continue to receive financial aid.
Legislation Would Have Established Stronger Accountability and Reporting Requirements for State-funded Homelessness Programs
SACRAMENTO, CA — Yesterday, Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed Assembly Bill (AB) 2746, by Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel (D-Woodland Hills), which would have significantly strengthened oversight over state-funded homelessness programs, including by creating a framework for data collection to better track and evaluate programs receiving state funding. In recent years, California has invested billions of dollars to address the state’s severe housing and homelessness crisis, yet homelessness has continued to increase significantly in many communities across the state.