(Sacramento) – Today, as the California State Assembly wrapped up work around the significant legislative milestone of “house of origin” deadline, Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan (D-Orinda) announced the successful passage of her legislative package from the Assembly to the Senate.
“This has truly been a phenomenal experience, and the honor of my lifetime to work towards a better, safer and cleaner California” said Bauer-Kahan. “It’s especially rewarding to have received bipartisan support on each of my ten bills moving over to the Senate, as I work to be the most effective advocate for all the residents of Assembly District 16. I look forward to continuing this work with my Senate colleagues as we advance to the Governor’s office “concluded Bauer-Kahan.
Assistant Speaker pro-Tempore Bauer-Kahan’s bill package includes significant legislation to protect our environment, our most vulnerable children, college students, victims of sexual exploitation, and individuals with food allergies, along with prioritizing transportation projects in AD16.
“I am extremely proud that this package represents the values and voices of Assembly District 16 and I will continue to fight until these are signed into law”.