Press Release

Friday, September 28, 2018

CONTACT: Annie Pham, (916) 319-2025      

(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Today, Governor Brown signed AB 2501 (Chu), a bill to increase access to safe drinking water for many small and disadvantaged communities.  About 1 million Californians still lack access to safe and affordable drinking water.  Nitrates, arsenic, bacteria, chrom 6 and other contaminants continue to run through the faucets in hundreds of thousands of homes in our state.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

CONTACT: Annie Pham, (916) 319-2025       

(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 2022 by Assemblymember Kansen Chu today. AB 2022 directs schools to notify both students and parents twice a year about how to access mental health services that are available either at school or in the community. Starting next year, all K-12 schools will provide this information to students and their families biannually.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018


CONTACT: Annie Pham (916) 319-2025


(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Governor Jerry Brown signed two of Assemblymember Chu’s education bills, AB 1798 and AB 2068. AB 1798 prioritizes students’ safety by establishing a deadline by which all school buses in California must by seatbelts. AB 2068 requires the state to work with electric and gas corporations to evaluate the feasibility of a discounted public school electric and gas rate.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

CONTACT: Annie Pham (916) 319-2025

(SACRAMENTO, CA) Assemblymember Kansen Chu and Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi hosted a hearing on hate crimes in California with participation from the California Department of Justice, the State Auditor, the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, a respected academic researcher on hate crimes, and community leaders.

Friday, July 13, 2018


CONTACT:  Annie Pham (916)-319-2025

Thursday, June 28, 2018


CONTACT: Katelin Van Deynze (916)-319-2025

(SACRAMENTO, CA) - The Governor signed AB 807 today, a bill placing an initiative on the November ballot to ask voters to consider eliminating the practice of switching our clocks twice a year.

In 1949, California voters passed Proposition 12 that conformed California to the federal guidelines to move clocks ahead one hour in the spring and one hour back in the fall. The November initiative will ask voters to repeal Proposition 12.

Friday, June 22, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - CONTACT: Katelin Van Deynze (916)-319-2025

(SACRAMENTO, CA) - AB 807 was approved by the Assembly and is on its way to the Governor's Desk for signature.  This bill will place a proposition on the next statewide ballot asking voters if they would authorize the legislature to consider eliminating the practice of switching our clocks twice a year.