Sacramento, CA – Today, the California State Assembly passed ACA 5 authored by Assemblymember Shirley Weber and co-authored by Assemblymember Chris Holden that would amend California’s Constitution by repealing provisions of Proposition 209. Assemblymember Chris Holden issued the following statement:
Sacramento, CA – Four of Assemblymember Chris Holden’s bills cleared the California State Assembly Appropriations Committee. The legislation passed includes two California Legislative Black Caucus backed bills – Assembly Bill 1994 that would expand access to health-care services to juveniles upon release from a public institution, and Assembly Bill 2019 that would increase access to community college courses for students in juvenile court schools and alternative schools.
Assemblymember Chris Holden’s Statement on Death of George Floyd:
Shock and Disgust
These are dark and perilous times for Black Americans. Make that, all Americans. The constant reminder of a blatant disregard for the lives of so many black men and women at the hands of police officers has rocked our collective consciousness.
Pasadena, CA – Catherine Del Rosario, District Director for Assemblymember Chris Holden, made the National Association of Asian Pacifics in Politics and Public Affairs’ (NAAPPPA) 2020 list of the top 40 AAPI political operatives and public affairs professionals under 40.
“Congratulations to Catherine Del Rosario for her recognition,” said Assemblymember Chris Holden. “Every day I get to see the positive impact Catherine makes for the constituents and cities I represent, and the leadership she brings to the staff, interns, and youth programs in my office.”
Sacramento, CA – Today, Governor Gavin Newsom presented his proposed May Revision for the 2020-2021 Budget. Newsom’s budget lays out a plan to close a $54 billion gap due to the COVID -19 recession. Assemblymember Chris Holden released the following statement:
Sacramento, CA – Assemblymember Chris Holden’s legislation, AB 2019, that would increase access to dual enrollment opportunities for students in juvenile court schools passed with bipartisan support in the Assembly Education Committee today. The measure would allow county offices of education to participate in College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) partnerships in the same way local school districts do.