SACRAMENTO, CA — The California State Assembly yesterday passed Assembly Bill (AB) 2000, which will prohibit street racing and sideshows from occurring in parking lots across the state.
Against the Backdrop of a Dramatic Increase in Gun-Related Homicides, Legislation Would Leverage Federal Funds to Expand Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Services
Innovative New Tax Credit Would Help to Preserve 25,000 Units of Affordable Housing Over the Next Five Years
State Security Grants Awarded to Numerous Organizations in the West San Fernando Valley Through the Nonprofit Security Grant Program, Which Was Established Under Legislation Authored by Assemblymember Gabriel
Legislation Would Extend and Strengthen California’s Nonprofit Security Grant Program, Which Has Provided Critical Security Funding to Vulnerable Communities
Bipartisan Legislation Will Implement Key Recommendations to Improve Law Enforcement Training and Coordination and Better Address Hate-Motivated Violence
Signature Follows Growing Concerns About Impact of COVID-19 on Youth Mental Health; New Law Will Enable Educators to Better Identify and Address Student Mental Health Concerns
Legislation Increases Regulatory Flexibility to Support Struggling Neighborhood Restaurants