(SACRAMENTO) – A bill by Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord) aimed at improving compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) passed the State Assembly today with bipartisan support.
Proposal would help the Contra Costa County Family Justice Center meet demands for providing support services to victims of domestic violence and other crimes.
(SACRAMENTO) – Legislation by Assemblymember Tim Grayson (D-Concord) to reduce the annual state taxes imposed on new small businesses passed with bipartisan support in the Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee.
(SACRAMENTO) – Legislation by Assemblymembers Tim Grayson (D-Concord) and David Chiu (D-San Francisco) to promote construction of housing, including affordable units, near transportation hubs passed today in the Assembly Local Government Committee.
(SACRAMENTO) - Today Assemblymember Tim Grayson (D - Concord) and seven of his Democratic Assembly colleagues introduced landmark legislation to create a new, more flexible state savings account to insulate Californians from the potentially devastating impacts of future economic downturns. The measure, AB 1740, will establish a complementary account to the state's existing Budget Stabilization Account (BSA), commonly known as the Rainy Day Fund.
(SACRAMENTO) – Assemblymember Tim Grayson (D-Concord) has announced that he is delaying any further consideration of Assembly Bill 1905, the Green Transportation Development Act, during this legislative session.
(SACRAMENTO) – The California Assembly today passed Assembly Bill 1920, legislation authored by Assemblymember Tim Grayson (D – Concord) which makes it a crime to impersonate a government-affiliated search and rescue team.
(SACRAMENTO) – The Assembly Public Safety Committee today approved a bill by Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord) which would help shut down labs illegally manufacturing butane honey oil for the black market.
(SACRAMENTO) – A bill by Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord) to provide helpful resources for business owners to improve compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) passed today in the Assembly Judiciary Committee with bipartisan support.
Benicia is known for its numerous parades. Protest marches? Not as much. Until Saturday.
Around 800 residents braved an early morning chill led by students with a NEVER AGAIN banner, getting a jump on the national March for Our Lives with a walk up First Street and speeches at the City Park gazebo.
“Brave students have come together to say ‘enough is enough,’” said Assemblyman Tim Grayson, adding that he appeared in Benicia not as a politician, but as the father of a 16-year-old.