Newsletters and Updates


This month, the legislature celebrated the amazing work of nonprofits throughout the state for their tireless dedication to our community.

I have received a number of calls and questions from concerned community members on the state of gun safety in California in response to the massacre in Uvalde, Texas.

Join Assemblymember Bennett and I for an Emergency Preparedness and Wildfire Resources Virtual Town Hall with Commissioner Ricardo Lara. If you have specific questions, you may send those in advance to   

Happy Women’s History Month. Women's History Month is held on March annually to celebrate the contributions of women to our communities.

The beginning of the year is a time for new and renewed beginnings. For the State Legislature, January also means returning to Sacramento for the second year of this legislative session.

Happy November - For many of us, this is the time of the year when we are reminded how fast time flies. November is as a month of gratitude and recognition. For starters, November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to remember and bring awareness of Native American history.

It is officially fall as we feel the crisp air in the mornings. Last month, the Legislature adjourned for the rest of the year, and I have been in the district, attending community events, and enjoying having fruitful conversations with many.

Are you interested in serving your community and the state of California? Do you have an expertise in a particular subject area? The Governor appoints individuals to serve in both full and part-time positions on boards and commissions to advise on public policy and act on a wide range of subjects.