(SACRAMENTO) – Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord) introduced Assembly Bill 2410 to reduce the LLC fees that new small businesses pay when filing with the Secretary of State to start doing business in California.
(SACRAMENTO) – Following the recent devastating wildfires that have affected communities across the state, Assemblymember Tim Grayson (D-Concord) has introduced AB 2091 to establish a Prescribed Fire Board which would develop standards and training requirements for prescribed burn managers.
A Bay Area lawmaker wants to knock down what he believes is a key barrier to California meeting its ambitious climate change goals: one of the state's most prominent environmental laws.
Assemblyman Tim Grayson (D-Concord) has introduced legislation that aims to make it harder for lawsuits filed under the California Environmental Quality Act, or CEQA, to stop construction of roads and public transit.
Thumping music, balloons, and young women in boas and fairy wings greeted a line of schoolgirls as they filed into the cafeteria.
The mood was festive at Father Keith B. Kenny K-8 School in Oak Park, but the mission was serious: empower Sacramento girls and keep them out of the clutches of sex traffickers.
It was the year’s first meeting at the school for the Shine Program, which was launched three years ago by the nonprofit City of Refuge.
(SACRAMENTO) – Following Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr.’s 2018 State of the State Address, Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord) released the following statement:
(SACRAMENTO) – Today, Assemblymember Tim Grayson (D-Concord) introduced legislation to prevent duplicative lawsuits from holding up transportation projects that have already undergone robust environmental review under the state’s Sustainable Communities Strategy.
Californians experiencing workplace harassment and discrimination could get more time to take legal action.
Assembly Bill 1870, introduced Thursday by a bipartisan group of female lawmakers, would give victims up to three years after harassment occurs to file a complaint with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, the state agency tasked with enforcing anti-discrimination laws. Currently, Californians have one year to submit a claim, the first step before an external investigation, mediation or a lawsuit.
(SACRAMENTO) - Following Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr.’s 2018-2019 state budget proposal, Assemblymember Timothy S. Grayson (D-Concord) released the following statement:
Assembly Member Timothy Grayson announced the availability of applications for the 2018-2019 Jesse Marvin Unruh Assembly Fellowship Program.