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(SACRAMENTO) – Following yesterday’s vote by the Legislature to approve $3.5 million in funding for the Concord GoMentum Station, Assemblymember Tim Grayson, former-Assemblymember Susan Bonilla, and Randy Iwasaki, Executive Director of the Contra Costa Transportation Authority, issued the following statements.
Grayson stated, “The work that GoMentum is doing will produce technological breakthroughs that will enable us to provide safer, more efficient transportation in our cities while also protecting our environment. California should continue to lead the world in transportation innovation, and I am proud that this measure was adopted yesterday.”
(SACRAMENTO) – Assemblymember Tim Grayson (D – Concord) released the following statement after this morning’s incident at Valero’s refinery in Benicia:
“This morning the Valero refinery in Benicia experienced a power outage, which made it necessary to vent gas from one of their facilities. Residents in the area reported seeing a plume of black smoke coming from the refinery, and many reported the incident to public safety officials.
(SACRAMENTO)– Following today’s joint oversight hearing with testimony from UC President Napolitano, Regent Chair Lozano and State Auditor Howle, Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D – Concord) released the following statement:
(SACRAMENTO)– In a unanimous bi-partisan vote on Tuesday afternoon, the Assembly Higher Education Committee passed AB 1674 by Assemblymember Grayson (D-Concord). The bill will now head to the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
AB 1674 will ensure that qualified Californian students are not denied admission at UC institutions in favor of less qualified out-of-state students who pay more in tuition and fees.
(Sacramento) – April has been designated Autism Awareness Month and with that in mind Assemblymember Timothy Grayson (D-Concord) introduced Assembly Concurrent Resolution 60 to the State Assembly. ACR 60 encourages California families to attend a Sensory Friendly Screening during the month of April. “Sensory Friendly Screenings are a special opportunity for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families to enjoy their favorite films,” Assemblymember Grayson explained. “Participating theaters designate show times during which special accommodations are made for community members with autism. These include leaving the theater lights up, turning the sound down, and suspending the usual rules about maintaining silence.” Here’s more in this Assembly Access video.
(SACRAMENTO)– In a unanimous bi-partisan vote on Tuesday afternoon, the Assembly Veterans Affairs Committee passed AB 998 by Assemblymember Grayson (D-Concord). The bill will now head to the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
AB 998 increases transparency and efficiency for veterans in the Veterans Home application process by requiring the creation of an admissions website that allows a veteran to apply online, see his or her current application or wait list status, and access help information for every step of the process.