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Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo Dedicates Public Plaque Acknowledging and Apologizing for Forced Sterilization

The Enactment of Her 2022 Bill, AB 137, Has Made Both Material and Symbolic Reparations for Survivors and Past Victims Possible

Sacramento, CA – (Saturday, June 22, 2024) – This morning, Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo (AD-52, Los Angeles) dedicated a commemorative plaque honoring the survivors and past victims of forced or involuntary sterilization made possible by her legislation.

Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo Proposes AB 2986: East Los Angeles Feasibility Study and Creation of a Community-Led Task Force

AB 2986 (Carrillo) would establish a dedicated task force to study economic sustainability of East Los Angeles becoming a “special district” or its own city

SACRAMENTO, CA - Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo proposed Assembly Bill (AB) 2986, a feasibility study that would require the Local Agency Formation Commission for the County of Los Angeles (LALAFCO) to establish the East Los Angeles Task Force for the purposes of identifying and evaluating economic opportunities and potential impacts of becoming a “special district” or incorporat

Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo Unveils Bipartisan Effort, the Secured Transactions and Organized Theft Prevention (STOP) Act, AB1990, to Combat Retail Theft

Because Organized Retail Theft Demands Organized Prevention

SACRAMENTO - Today, Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo and co-authors Assembly Members Carlos Villapudua, Mike Gipson, and Juan Alanis held a press conference to unveil Assembly Bill (AB) 1990, The Secured Transactions and Organized Theft Prevention (STOP) Act. AB 1990 aims to…  

Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo Secures $1.5M in State Funding to the Los Angeles Regional Open Space and Affordable Housing Collaborative

LOS ANGELES - Today, Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo presented a $1.5 million state budget allocation to the Los Angeles Regional Open Space and Affordable Housing (LA ROSAH) Collaborative for the Taylor Yard Equity Strategy (TYES), a community-driven effort prioritizing the needs of low-income communities to avoid displacement and to amplify community benefits, as the State conti