Women’s Caucus Addresses Priorities and Issues Affecting California
(Sacramento) – Assemblymembers Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens) and Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles) expand on their work to protect vulnerable communities of color from toxins with the re-introduction of AB 1, which
Read the full comment letter addressed to the CA Department of Public Health, regarding Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) preparation to conduct an “enforcement blitz” in the month of October, which targets U.S. cities and jurisdictions that have adopted “sanctuary” policies.
Read the full comment letter addressed to the Department of Justice, regarding Exide's proposed settlement.
Read Assemblymember Cristina Garcia's press release regarding the veto of AB 995.
(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Cristina Garcia continues her work on menstrual equity with the signing of Assembly Bill (AB) 1989 Menstrual Product Ingredient Disclosure. AB 1989 will protect people’s health by requiring the disclosure of all ingredients in menstrual products including tampons, pads, cups, disks, sponges, and menstrual underwear.
Read the full letter addressed to the Joint Legislative Audit Committee regarding auditing the Employment Development Department (EDD).
Read the full letter sent to acting Inspector General requesting a thorough investigation in response to the disappearance and death of Specialist, Vanessa Guillén.
Sacramento, CA – Assemblymember Chris Holden and Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, with Eloise Gomez Reyes as principal co-author, introduced Assembly Bill 979, legislation that requires publicly held corporations headquartered in California to have at least one director from an underrepresented community by the close of 2021.