Neil Kitchens lived outside the district and used his office address when filing.
Assemblymember Robert Rivas says because of COVID-19, ‘we have no clear idea of what the state’s income will be over the year.’
Letter sent following reports of COVID-19 cases among farmworkers in District 30.
Joined by Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia, Rivas calls for urgent action to protect farmworkers and avoid disruptions in food supply.
Additional legislation aimed at improving e-consult services and electronic court filings.
Residents of Assembly District 30, which encompasses all of San Benito County, are invited to submit ideas for state legislation.
State Assemblyman speaks on the bill he authored, which he said improves safety by allowing cyclists to take safer, well-marked paths through intersections.
State Assemblyman Robert Rivas writes that AB 1628 will elevate the opinions of communities most impacted by pollution.
The bill, authored by Assemblyman Robert Rivas, works to improve California's preparedness to protect people and communities from a potential spill of nonfloating oil.
“The Census is not and must not be a political weapon that incites fear in our community," Rivas said.
“The Healthy Soils Program does tremendous work to support farmers and ranchers in developing environmentally friendly farming practices that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the health of our soil,” Rivas said.
AB 1783, introduced by Assemblyman Robert Rivas, is expected to streamline the process to build farmworker housing on agricultural land.
"This is not a Republican or Democratic issue. Fighting this destructive plan is the right thing to do to protect our health and our future," Rivas said.
State Assemblyman will meet with residents on Saturday, May 11 at Heavenly Bakery.
AB 1783 expected to make it easier to house farmworkers on agricultural land.