SACRAMENTO — Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo today announced her appointment to the bipartisan Assembly Select Committee on Retail Theft. This committee is poised to address the pressing issue of retail theft to explore and adopt comprehensive solutions to this growing issue.
SACRAMENTO - Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo today announced that Governor Newsom signed her package of bills (AB 519 and AB 911) to streamline the development of affordable housing.
SANTA CLARITA - Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo announced today that her bill, Community Water Protection (AB163), in which Senator Scott Wilk was a Principal Co-Author, helped advance a critical priority for the Santa Clarita Valley: allowing for public comment on the more than 30 year old CEMEX mine project.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo issued a statement today in full support of California Attorney General Rob Bonta's announcement of a lawsuit against Heartbeat International (HBI) and RealOptions Obria, two organizations accused of falsely advertising abortion pill reversal (APR) as safe and effective.
SACRAMENTO - “Late last Thursday evening the Assembly wrapped up legislative business for the first of its two year session. Nearly 1100 bills were sent to the Governor this year. He has until October 14 to sign or veto.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo announced today that at the close of the Legislative session, seven key pieces of her authored legislation are now on the Governor’s desk.
SACRAMENTO - Assemblywoman Pilar Schiavo announced today the passage of Assembly Joint Resolution 4 (AJR 4) off the Senate Floor. AJR 4, The Medicare Protection Act of 2023, calls on the Legislature to request President Biden, a champion of Medicare, terminate the Accountable Care Organization REACH (ACO REACH) pilot program.
SACRAMENTO — In a groundbreaking development for California's water management, Assemblywoman Schiavo today announced that the State Senate has approved her Community Water Protection Bill (AB 1631) - moving it to the final step where the bill awaits the Governor’s signature.
SACRAMENTO – Today the Senate Appropriations Committee voted on over 480 Assembly bills that require state funding. Given that state revenue has declined this year, several bills did not advance out of committee.