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Assemblywoman Rubio’s Domestic Violence Legislative Package Advances

SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, Assemblywoman Blanca E. Rubio (D-Baldwin Park) announced the passage of her 2018 Domestic Violence Legislative Package out of their respective policies committees. The package, consisting of three pieces of legislation, each are designed to protect survivors of domestic violence.

Rubio Legislation Providing Resources to California Dreamers Passes Committee Vote

SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, the Assembly Higher Education Committee approved Assembly Bill (AB) 2477, authored by Assemblywoman Blanca E. Rubio (D-Baldwin Park).  AB 2477 would require California public high schools for grades 9-12, California State Universities (CSUs) and California Community Colleges (CCCs) to have a designated Dreamer Resource Liaison staffer on campus to provide undocumented and AB 540 students with adequate support and resources needed to navigate the education system.

Rubio Announces AD 48 Woman of the Year Co-founder of Looms4Lupus

SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, Assemblywoman Blanca E. Rubio (D-Baldwin Park) announced Juana Mata as the 48th Assembly District Woman of the Year, an annual event at the Capitol to celebrate the achievements of exceptional women across the state. The Assembly and Senate both participate in this highly anticipated ceremony.


Rubio Hosts Holiday Toy Drive Event

WEST COVINA – Assemblywoman Blanca E. Rubio (D-Baldwin Park) was proud to partner with Charter Spectrum, enlisting the help of the entire community to host the Inaugural Holiday Toy Drive. The toy drive began on November 20th with the goal of collecting and donating gifts for underserved children living in the 48th district.

Governor Signs Assemblywoman Rubio’s Bill to Prevent Unnecessary Preschool Expulsions

SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, Assemblywoman Blanca E. Rubio (D-Baldwin Park) announced that Governor Edmund G. Brown signed Assembly Bill 752, legislation to protect the education of our earliest learners, children ages three and four years old, by prohibiting unnecessary expulsions and establishing a process for providers to address students’ behavioral needs.