SACRAMENTO – Assemblyman Bill Brough (R-Dana Point) issued the following statement after Governor Gavin Newsom released his revised 2020-21 budget proposal: 
Brough's Briefing - May 2020
Gov. Gavin Newsom has approved Dana Point’s plan for beach reopening, Assemblymember Bill Brough said on Tuesday morning, May 5. The City of Dana Point has jurisdiction over one beach, Dana Cove....
On Monday, the Assembly Budget Committee conducted an oversight hearing on Governor Gavin Newsom’s COVID-19 coronavirus plan, as well as Newsom’s emergency powers and the  $7 billion he has spent on measures so far....“The need to get accurate information to the constituents about what was happening was tough,” pointed out Assemblyman William Brough (R-Dana Point)...
The circumstances that have been created by the COVID-19 crisis pose a daunting challenge for all of us. In many cases, this crisis has taken a serious financial toll on Orange County households and businesses. In response, several Federal and State programs are dedicated to providing support to our employers and the Orange County workforce through the challenges of COVID-19.  FINANCIAL HELP FOR BUSINESS OWNERS: Federal Assistance – CARES Act  
Brough's Briefing - April 2020
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is the top headline in the news, and many people are understandably concerned with their own health, the risks to their family members, friends, neighbors, as well as, their economic livelihood. Here is an update on some critical developments on COVID-19 as it relates to both employees and employers impacted by the Coronavirus.WorkersSick or Quarantined
San Juan Capistrano – Assembly Member William P. Brough, R-Dana Point names The Ecology Center, San Juan Capistrano as the 2020 Nonprofit of the Year for the 73rd Assembly District. Located in San Juan Capistrano, The Ecology Center educates, inspires, and involves people in the stewardship of Southern California's environment through hands-on, practical solutions in the areas of Food, Water, Shelter, Waste, and Energy.
Brough Urges Strict Quarantine, Saying “It is time to put any partisanship aside, use common sense and move from a ‘low risk’ approach to a ‘no risk approach.'" Monday, March 2, 2020
I want to give you a quick update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how the State of California is responding. In a recent notice, the Federal Government has removed from consideration the proposal to house COVID-19 patients at the Fairview Developmental Center. In no way do I find it appropriate or would I support a move to place patients in quarantine in Costa Mesa or in populated Orange County. The State must act in a way that protects the health and safety of our communities.