Select Committee on Regional Transportation - Livestream
As chair of the Assembly Select Committee on Regional Transportation and Interconnectivity Solutions, I invite you to join me for an informational hearing, "Advancing Sustainability in Regional Transportation Projects," to discuss and address timely transportation issues for the region and state.
Thursday, November 2, 2017
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Sacramento, CA – Dive Warriors’ Kyle M. Schneider was recognized as the 41st Assembly District’s “Veteran of the Year” by Assemblymember Chris Holden. Schneider began serving as a Veteran Advocate after his time of service in the Navy.
Sacramento, CA – In a ceremony in Sacramento, Assemblymember Chris Holden honored Webster’s Community Pharmacy as “Small Business of the Year” for the 41st Assembly District. Webster’s owners Meredith and Michael Miller received the recognition during the Annual Small Business of Year Luncheon organized by the California Small Business Association.
“When it comes to a small business making a positive impact in the community, you couldn’t find anyone better than Webster’s Community Pharmacy,” said Assemblymember Chris Holden.
Holden’s Funding Request for Developmental Disability Community Approved
Sacramento, CA – Today, the California Legislature passed the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Budget, the final agreement between the legislature and Governor Jerry Brown. Assemblymember Chris Holden released the following statement:
Sacramento, CA – Assemblymember Chris Holden’s bill, Assembly Bill 2918, requiring the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to include information in the California Driver’s Handbook regarding a person’s civil rights during a traffic stop, passed in the Senate Committee on Transportation and Housing today. The new information provided in the Driver’s Handbook will be determined by a group of stakeholders convened by the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Sacramento – For the 41st Assembly District’s 2018 “Nonprofit of the Year,” Assemblymember Chris Holden has chosen to honor the Flintridge Center, a nonprofit organization based in Pasadena that supports formerly incarcerated adults and at-risk youth to break the cycle of poverty and violence through community planning, innovation and action.
“It is my pleasure to recognize the Flintridge Center as the 41st Assembly District’s Nonprofit of the Year,” said Assemblymember Holden. “Working with a network of service providers and public agencies to change lives, Flintridge Center’s successful reintegration services should be modeled throughout the state.”
Sacramento, CA – Assemblymember Chris Holden’s legislation, Assembly Bill 3146, that would have created transparency measures on pollution from idle and abandoned oil and gas wells that are located in close proximity to homes and businesses, was killed by the oil lobby last week.
Sacramento, CA – Assemblymember Chris Holden’s bill to study transit pass programs for students, Assembly Bill 2304, passed with bipartisan support in the Assembly Floor today. This bill requires the University of California Institute of Transportation Studies to conduct a study on the prevalence of student transit pass programs and their effectiveness.
Pasadena, CA – Assemblymember Chris Holden welcomes Ann Marie Hickambottom to join his district office staff. Ann Marie Hickambottom brings a wealth of knowledge of the Pasadena and Altadena community where she and her family have deep roots, and has executive experience in organizational and program development from a long career in nonprofit management.
Friday, February 16, 2018
(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Chris Holden (D-Pasadena), Chair of the Legislative Black Caucus, led a special ceremony on the Assembly floor to mark February 2018 as Black History Month. Assemblymember Holden urged all citizens to join in celebrating the accomplishments of African Americans and noted this year’s Black History Month theme is African-Americans during a time of war.
SACRAMENTO--A coalition of state legislators and advocates today announced a package of criminal justice reform legislation affecting employment opportunities for Californians with prior convictions. The proposals by Assemblymembers David Chiu (D-San Francisco), Eloise Gómez Reyes (D-San Bernardino), Chris Holden (D-Pasadena), and Evan Low (D-Silicon Valley) will prohibit the majority of State agencies that provide professional licenses from using arrest or conviction records as the sole basis to deny professional licenses to Californians with non-violent offenses.