(PALM DESERT, CA.) – After formally requesting the involvement of the California State Little Hoover Commission to review and make recommendations on how the State can best advance and pay for a comprehensive environmental mitigation and restoration strategy for the Salton Sea—the Little Hoover Commission has formally announced and acted on Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia’s request and slated a p
Salton Sea: A Brief History and Looking Ahead
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Honoring California's Valiant Veterans
Veterans exemplify the best values of our country and have earned our respect and thanks. California is home to nearly two million veterans, more than any other state in the country.Read More
Supporting California Agriculture
Agriculture is a critical part of our California economy. This $43 billion industry employs over 400,000 people and generates approximately $100 billion in related economic activity.Read More
(SACRAMENTO, CA) –– The Assembly Appropriations Committee passed a critical bill (AB 434) with overwhelmingly bi-partisan support (17-0).
(SACRAMENTO, CA) – The Assembly Committee on Jobs, Economic Development and the Economy (JEDE) passed five bills (AB 184, AB 866, AB 1093, AB 1270, AB 1444) with overwhelmingly bi-partisan support this week authored by Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia.
Assemblymember Garcia’s Imperial Valley Bills Clears Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials Committee
(SACRAMENTO, CA) – The Assembly Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials passed two bills (AB 965, AB 1059) with overwhelmingly bi-partisan support today authored by Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, which would require the California Mexico Border Relations Council to better coordinate the funding and implementation of the New River Strategic Plan.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) –Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia’s (D-Coachella) AB 1089 which would expand the Coachella Valley Mountain Conservancy governing board and territory to include the Cities of Indio and Coachella passed the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources by a vote of 6-0 today.
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