Sacramento, CA – Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo released the following statement today regarding the recent budget bills signed by Governor Newsom:
SACRAMENTO - Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo announced today that Governor Newsom signed her first bill, Elder and Adult Abuse Reporting (AB 751), aimed at protecting the safety and well-being of California's senior and disabled communities. AB 751 signifies a significant step forward in combating the pervasive issue of abuse targeting these vulnerable populations.
SANTA CLARITA - Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 Young Community Leader Awards, a program aimed at recognizing and honoring exceptional students within the 40th Assembly District.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo announced today that she successfully advanced six priority bills through Assembly Appropriations Committee. These bills move to the Assembly Floor next for a vote before June 2. If approved by the full Assembly, these bills will move to Senate for consideration.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Pilar Schiavo and the Los Angeles County Delegation (LACD) last week voted to extend the California Film and Television Tax Credit Program contained in Governor Newsom's 2023-2024 budget with bipartisan support. The LACD is composed of 39 members, encompassing 15 members from the California State Senate and 24 members from the State Assembly.
"Today, Governor Newsom released his revision to the 2023-24 Fiscal Year State Budget. As we expected, the revenue forecast is for an even larger shortfall, by $9.3 billion, than initially projected in January.
SANTA CLARITA – Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo today announced the support of the Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce on five crucial pieces of legislation, tackling issues like housing, homelessness, support for low income families, water protection and electric vehicle infrastructure.
SACRAMENTO – To honor National Fentanyl Awareness Day, yesterday Assemblywoman Schiavo joined a legislative press conference to offer her support for the bipartisan solutions moving forward in the legislature to tackle the fentanyl crisis. Her support includes co-authoring AB 19, a bill which will ensure naloxone hydrochloride, also referred to as NARCAN, is available in our schools.