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Bill seeks to stop waste from coming to Stringfellow acid pits in Jurupa Valley

As excerpted from The Press-Enterprise:

"Jurupa Valley’s Stringfellow Acid Pits are an infamous toxic waste site, but a proposed bill would prevent offsite waste from being brought there in the future.

On Tuesday, March 7, Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes, D-Riverside, introduced Assembly Bill 777, which would prohibit the “treatment, storage, transfer, or disposal” of any waste from another site at Stringfellow. State Sen. Richard Roth, D-Riverside, will coauthor the bill.

Assemblywoman Cervantes looks to uplift all Latinos in California

As excerpted from Spectrum News 1:

Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes, D-Riverside, will be the new chair of the California Latino Legislative Caucus.

The lawmaker is a trailblazer in the California Legislature. She is the first open LGBTQ female, first Latina millennial, and first Inland Empire lawmaker to chair the caucus.