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Thursday, January 18, 2018

The bill, introduced by state Assembly members Miguel Santiago, D-Los Angeles, and Blanca Rubio, D-Baldwin Park, came in response to the state Public Utilities Commission’s proposal last month to implement a three-month moratorium on new business and industrial gas connections by Southern California Gas Co.

 

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Líderes estatales continúan en su dura batalla para lograr que los jóvenes soñadores despierten de una vez por todas de la pesadilla que están viviendo por el tema del DACA.

Thursday, December 28, 2017

On Monday, Jan. 1, a new state law will go into effect that will allow motorists to park at inoperable meters without being ticketed – which proponents say protects drivers from unfair fines and will help businesses. 

“This common-sense bill provides incentives for the repair of these inoperable meters and kiosks,” Rubio said, “rather than allowing the much-needed parking spots to be banned in highly congested areas.” 

 

Friday, May 26, 2017

Protecting and preserving the collective health of Californians is at the heart of what I do as a lawmaker at the California capitol. As we decide how to allocate state funds, we must consider a public health epidemic in California and across the nation.

Diabetes, which too often leads to cardiovascular disease (CVD) is putting an incredible strain on the health-care system, costing billions of dollars a year to treat and manage both diseases.