SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, Governor Newsom vetoed AB 1306 (Carrillo), the HOME Act (Harmonizing Our Measures for Equality), after the Legislature sent it to his desk with strong support from both the Assembly and Senate, where it received 54 and 29 votes in support, respectively.
SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, the California Legislature voted to pass AB 1167 (Carrillo), the Orphan Well Prevention Act, sending the bill to the Governor with the vote of 64 Legislators in support of it.
SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, the California State Senate voted to pass AB 1306 (Carrillo), the HOME Act (Harmonizing Our Measures for Equality), sending the bill to the Governor with a strong majority 29 vote count.
Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo with WGA Captain and AD52 constituent, Jen Vestuto.
LOS ANGELES, CA - On Thursday, July 13th, 2023, a bus carrying 35 migrants arrived in Los Angeles from Texas, marking the third arrival of a bus filled with asylum seekers.
SACRAMENTO, CA - This week, the City of Los Angeles issued official support for two crucial housing bills introduced by Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo (D-Los Angeles), marking a joint commitment by state and local leaders addressing California’s pressing housing crisis.
SACRAMENTO, CA - Today, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law the extension of the California Film and TV Tax Credit Program 4.0, as part of the State Budget Package. SB 132 was voted on by the state legislature in late June, marking a monumental milestone for the program, while addressing a trilogy of issues 1) expanding diversity efforts across the industry 2) including set
SACRAMENTO, CA - On June 14, 2023, the state of California awarded a $60 million grant to the Los Angeles County’s Department of Health Services, which will set forth an initiative to provide interim housing and services for more than half of Skid Row’s unhoused population over the next three years.
LOS ANGELES, CA - On Thursday, June 22nd, 2023, in response to the landslide industry wide strike authorization vote, Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo (D-Los Angeles), together with UNITE HERE Local 11 representatives, gathered with hundreds of room attendants, cooks, dishwashers, local clergy, community