SAN FRANCISCO — Today, Governor Newsom signed into law the Affordable Housing and High Road Jobs Act (AB 2011), the most sweeping housing production legislation to be signed into law in several years.
SACRAMENTO – Governor Newsom today signed Assembly Bill 2223, strengthening California’s role as a reproductive freedom state and ensuring that no one will ever again be prosecuted or imprisoned in California for a miscarriage, stillbirth, or abortion in California.
SACRAMENTO – Today, Senator Anna M.
SACRAMENTO – In the wake of another tragedy and inaction at the national level, the Assembly Wednesday advanced a package of six gun violence prevention bills to the Senate, signaling California’s commitment to doing everything possible to take action where the federal governmen
SACRAMENTO — Today, the Affordable Housing and High Road Jobs Act (AB 2011) passed the Assembly on a vote of 48-9, clearing its first major hurdle and advancing to the State Senate.
SACRAMENTO — On the heels of growing support from California Labor Unions, city Mayors across California are stepping forward to declare their support for AB 2011 – The Affordable Housing and High Ro
SACRAMENTO — California’s largest labor union, SEIU California, and the California School Employees Association (CSEA) announced today that they would support Assemblymember Buffy Wicks’ AB 2011 with minor amendments, in a sign of growing momentum behind the legislation.
SACRAMENTO — On Friday, Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, Chair of the Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee, released the following statement on the housing and homelessness investments included in Governor Gavin Newsom’s revised 2022-23 budget proposal:
SACRAMENTO — The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee voted on Wednesday to advance Asm.