On National Disability Independence Day, Assemblymember Lee is celebrating AB 2164 passing out of the Senate Judiciary Committee (10-0). The bill helps ensure that small businesses can receive funds to make accessibility-related improvements so that Californians with disabilities have barrier-free access to businesses and other facilities.
AB 2463, which aims to preserve conservation corps and promote volunteerism across California, recently passed out of the Senate Labor, Public Employment and Retirement Committee (5-0). The bill has now been referred to the Senate Appropriations Committee.
AB 2382 by Assemblymember Alex Lee recently passed out of the Senate Governmental Organization Committee (10-2) and is now headed to the Senate Appropriations Committee.
In honor of Pride Month, Assemblymember Alex Lee is recognizing and honoring 5 local leaders and activists and highlight the work they've done in our community:
Assemblymember Alex Lee has released the following statement after AB 2053 stalled in the Senate Governance and Finance Committee:
As a proud member of the Budget Committee, Assemblymember Alex Lee has secured $17,800,000 in state funding for local projects throughout Assembly District 25.
AB 2164 by Assemblymember Alex Lee (D-San José), passed out of the Senate Governmental Organization Committee with bipartisan support after recently passing out of the State Assembly (69-0) on May 25th.
AB 2949 has crossed out of the Assembly (73-0) with bipartisan support and bipartisan co-authorship.
AB 2053, the California Social Housing Act, passed out of the Assembly and is now headed to the Senate.
Yesterday, AB 2031 by Assemblymember Alex Lee (D-San Jose) passed out of the Assembly with bipartisan support. AB 2031 ensures mobilehome residents can bring a representative, such as a mobilehome advocate, interpreter, or attorney to meetings with park management to ensure residents have the proper support to navigate complex issues.