(SACRAMENTO) – Following Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr.’s 2018 State of the State Address, Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord) released the following statement:
(SACRAMENTO) – Today, Assemblymember Tim Grayson (D-Concord) introduced legislation to prevent duplicative lawsuits from holding up transportation projects that have already undergone robust environmental review under the state’s Sustainable Communities Strategy.
Californians experiencing workplace harassment and discrimination could get more time to take legal action.
Assembly Bill 1870, introduced Thursday by a bipartisan group of female lawmakers, would give victims up to three years after harassment occurs to file a complaint with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the state agency tasked with enforcing anti-discrimination laws. Currently, Californians have one year to submit a claim, the first step before an external investigation, mediation or a lawsuit.
(SACRAMENTO) - Following Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr.’s 2018-2019 state budget proposal, Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord) released the following statement:
Assembly Member Timothy Grayson announced the availability of applications for the 2018-2019 Jesse Marvin Unruh Assembly Fellowship Program.
Downtown Vallejo is home to a “one-stop” legislators’ shop, as the region’s elected officials now share office space on Virginia Street.
Rep. Mike Thompson, State Sen. Bill Dodd and Assemblyman Tim Grayson officially moved in to their new digs at 420 Virginia St. on Tuesday.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday signed a law that will require the University of California to be more transparent in how it reports costs and how it deals with the state auditor, a measure that was introduced in the wake of a scathing audit of the UC president's office this spring.
(SACRAMENTO) – This weekend, AB 1674, the Fair Access to University of California Act of 2017, authored by Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord), was signed by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. AB 1674 ensures that qualified in-state students are not denied admission at UC institutions in favor of less qualified out-of-state students who pay more in tuition and fees.
Upon passage Assemblymember Grayson said the following: “I want to thank Governor Brown for signing this bill into law and supporting qualified local students who dream of graduating high school and attending some of the highest quality institutions in their home state. This bill will make sure that admission at a UC campus is based on academic performance, not the revenue that the student generates. I am pleased that the Governor is joining with me in taking a stand for California’s students.”
(SACRAMENTO) – This afternoon, AB 1655, The UC Transparency Act of 2017 authored by Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord), was signed by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. AB 1655 prohibits the University of California Office of the President (UCOP) from intentionally misleading the State Auditor and requires greater transparency in UC cost reporting.
Upon passage Assemblymember Grayson said the following: “I want to thank Governor Brown for signing AB 1655 into law. This bill is critical to restoring the public trust that was eroded by recent findings about the actions of the UC Office of the President and their intentional interference with a State Auditor’s investigation. Students and taxpayers need to know that UC leadership will be good stewards of the institution, and this bill provides much needed accountability.”