(COACHELLA, CA) –With the Governor’s signing deadline ending yesterday, and in the midst of the baseball playoffs, local Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) went 16 for 16 this legislative season and had all of his bills and resolutions signed by Governor Brown. Topping his bill list were measures that would not only bring environmental and economic relief to the areas of the Coachella
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Al menos 216 casos diarios de abuso o negligencia infantil, se reportaron en el 2014 a lo largo del estado de California. En total la cifra ascendió a 79,000, donde casi la mitad de los afectados fueron niños de cinco años o menores, según un estudio de la Universidad de California en Berkeley.
A fin de identificar estos casos a tiempo y darle tratamiento a las víctimas, el gobernador Jerry Brown firmó la iniciativa de ley AB1207, medida presentada por la asambleísta Patty López, representante del Distrito 39.
(COACHELLA, CA.)—Another two pieces of legislation from Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) were signed by Governor Brown earlier today.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) –– Assembly Bill 47 relating to the expansion of the state preschool program passed the State Assembly and now heads to the Governor’s desk for approval.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) introduced in extraordinary session today AB 23x1, the Active Transportation Program & Disadvantaged Communities Investment Act, which doubles the funding made available for projects and programs that encourage Californian’s to walk or ride their bicycles to school and work by making streets safer. AB 23x1 would also invest mor
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