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Join Assemblywoman Laurie Davies as she introduces 2022 legislation to enact a California Parents Bill of Rights to ensure parents have a say in how their children are raised. These rights include important virtues such as: Choosing what type of school to send their children Utilizing our state’s paid family leave Making healthcare choices for our kids We can no-longer accept the way “cancel-culture” has influenced the way our kids are taught and being influenced. It is time to restore power to the parents.  
New laws will expand worker protections, voting rights, tackle the state’s housing crisis and more   SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today highlighted new bills signed into law in 2021 that will go into effect January 1, 2022, including historic measures to expand worker protections, tackle the state’s housing crisis, redress historical injustices, increase voter access and more.   “In partnership with the Legislature, we’ve advanced hundreds of new bills this year to make meaningful progress on an array of issues that matter deeply to Californians across the state,” said Governor…
Wednesday, November 10th - I am please to announce that I will be partnering with Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes, along with an excellent panel of presenters, in an effort to educate parents and teens on the importance of drug awareness and prevention.   RSVP HERE: https://lcmspubcontact.lc.ca.gov/PublicLCMS/einvite.php?dist=AD73&id=1139745&selection=Attending&eid=2695   EVENT LINK:https://ad73.asmrc.org/teen-drug-awareness-town-hall-featuring-sheriff-don-barnes
By Assemblywoman Laurie Davies | Contributing columnist PUBLISHED: October 18, 2021 at 9:19 a.m. | UPDATED: October 18, 2021 at 9:19 a.m.   It feels like every day there is a new catastrophe facing Californians: More than 70 cargo ships are piled up at the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports with no docking date in sight; a jobs report showed that more than 300,000 less jobs were created than what was projected; not to mention the thousands of gallons of oil washing up on Orange County shores. Democrats are failing Californians. First, shipping delays in the Long Beach and Los Angeles…
by: City News Service Posted: Oct 4, 2021 / 01:59 PM PDT / Updated: Oct 4, 2021 / 02:58 PM PDT SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law Monday a bill, supported by San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stephan, that will require licensed alcohol and drug residential treatment facilities to maintain, on premises, at least two doses of naloxone or a similar drug approved for the treatment of an opioid overdose. Assembly Bill 381, authored by Assemblywoman Laurie Davies, R-Laguna Niguel and supported by Stephan’s office, also requires a staff member to be on the premises who…
Yesterday, I was appointed by Speaker Anthony Rendon to the Assembly Select Committee on the Orange County Oil Spill. As your Assemblywoman, I will work closely with this Select Committee to ensure that we put forth solutions that will ensure our coastlines remain safe and welcoming for years to come. #OilSpill #OrangeCounty #District73
According to the latest update from the Unified Command leading the oil spill response along the Orange County coastline, sampling teams have conducted water and sediment samples, and the water and sediment data received from Orange County samples do not indicate a public health concern for short-term exposures from the use of beaches in the county. This recommendation does not apply to fishing and harvesting activities, which are being addressed by state officials. Additionally, oil contains hazardous chemicals, and for safety reasons, the public is asked not to handle any tar balls or oil…
OIL SPILL UPDATE Claims Process for Individuals or Businesses Claim Center Number: 866-985-8366 --- PROCESS FOR FILING A CLAIM: Contact Claims Call Center Claims representative will take the claim info (contact name, number, claim type) This information is forwarded to an Amplify Energy Claims Adjuster Claims Adjuster will reach out to Claimant and work direct with Claimant on documentation and requirements for the claim. --- CLAIM TYPES: Lost Wages (e.g., individual or business impacted due to beach closures, commercial fishing vessels) Personal Property Damage (e.g., an oiled…
As my first #CALeg year officially comes to a close with all bill signings done, I'm proud to announce that ALL 6 of my bills, that made it through the legislative process, have bene signed into law! Assembly Bill 381 - Requires all drug treatment centers to carry opioid overdose emergency medication Naloxone (aka Narcan) on sight at all times and have staff trained on how to administer in case of emergencies. Assembly Bill 419 - Prohibits a defendant from being told any personally identifying information about a victim or witness of a crime. Assembly Bill 502 - Streamlines HOA elections…
Dana Point Harbor is officially open! Claims are available to any business that was affected by the harbor closure. For claims related to economic losses or assistance with oiled vessels, please call 1-866-985-8366. Although some shorelines along the coast of Orange County may still be closed or restricted, businesses are OPEN! I encourage you to support these local businesses during this time! #District73 #OilSpill #SupportLocal