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It’s been an honor to serve you

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Redistricting has changed electoral boundaries throughout California, and I regret to say that I will no longer be serving you as Temecula’s representative in...
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Changes are coming

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Redistricting has rearranged legislative boundaries throughout California, including the 75th Assembly District that I have represented for the past 10 years. The current district...
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Action needed

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When the Legislature convenes for the 2023-2024 session on December 5, some big issues will be waiting for us. They include crime, the cost...
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Preventing suicide

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In 2020, there were just under 46,000 suicides in the United States, making it the nation’s 12th-leading cause of death. California’s suicide rate is...
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Saving lives, reducing crime

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In 2011, federal courts ruled that California prisons were overcrowded – populations had to be reduced. As a result, Assembly Bill 109 was signed...
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Should the Government Run health care?

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Last week the Assembly Health Committee reviewed, and passed, AB 1400, which would mandate government-run health care for almost 40 million Californians. Are you...
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Our Assembly District

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Assemblymember Marie WaldronSpecial to Valley NewsMany people ask me what is the State Assembly and where is our district? I’m always proud to talk...
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Cancer Patients’ Bill of Rights

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Assemblymember Marie WaldronApproximately 187,000 Californians are diagnosed with cancer each year. Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in our state, exceeded only by...
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Wildfire oversight

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Assemblymember Marie WaldronSpecial to Valley NewsDuring California’s disastrous 2020 fire season, almost 4.2 million acres burned. Tragically, 33 people died, thousands of homes were...
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Funding for childcare and youth

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Assemblymember Marie WaldronSpecial to Valley NewsThe CA 2021-2022 budget passed last month, but a series of “trailer bills” to fund specific programs passed July...