Bill to Halt CA Polluters Signed by Governor

AB 1132 Empowers AQMD's Enforcement Authority for Imminent Danger to the Public

(Sacramento) – Legislation allowing Air Quality Management District's (AQMD's) to immediately cease operations at facilities endangering the public today was signed by the Governor. The bill, AB 1132, was authored by Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia (D- Bell Gardens), Chair of the Assembly Natural Resources Committee.

Bill to Halt CA Polluters Moves to Governor for Approval

(Sacramento) – Legislation allowing Air Quality Management District’s (AQMD’s) to immediately cease operations at facilities endangering the public today was approved again by the State Assembly. The bill, AB 1132, is authored by Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia (D- Bell Gardens), Chair of the Assembly Natural Resources Committee.  The bill was previously amended in the Senate requiring today’s concurrence vote. 

California Makes Climate Change History with 2017 Air Quality and Carbon Pollution Bill Package

California State Legislatures Approves AB 398 and AB 617

(SACRAMENTO, CA) Today, the California State Legislature made climate change history as they approved Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia’s (D-Coachella) and Cristina Garcia’s (D- Bell Gardens) air quality and carbon pollution bill package.  Breakthrough proposals, AB 398 (E Garcia, 2017) and AB 617 (E. Garcia, C. Garcia and Santiago, 2017) go hand-in-hand to balance our economic, health and environmental concerns as California  works to reach its 2030 climate targets and improve the lives of all residents.

CA Advances Toxic Air Pollution Standards

(Sacramento) – Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens), Chair of the Assembly Natural Resources Committee, today released the following statement on her bill, AB 617, Nonvehicular air pollution/criteria air pollutants and toxic air contaminants:

Menstrual Product Access Bill Advances

(Sacramento) –Assemblymember Cristina Garcia’s (D-Bell Gardens) legislation to provide free menstrual products in Title 1 schools, AB 10, today was approved by the Assembly.