Fullerton, Calif - RevHubOC, a California Social Purpose Corporation, along with partners OneOC, the Center for Entrepreneurship at Cal State Fullerton, the North Orange County Community College District, the Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, CIELO, Advance OC, the Orange County MultiEthnic Collaborative of Community Agencies (OC MECCA), and the Social Science Research Center at Cal State Fullerton, announced today an $8.5 million grant through the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) and Senator Josh Newman (CA-29
Fullerton, Calif. – Orange County elected officials and local service providers were joined by Governor Gavin Newsom today for the grand opening of a new homeless outreach facility in the city of Fullerton.
Sacramento, Calif. – The California District of Choice program, advocated for by Senator Josh Newman (D-Fullerton), has been extended by five years under AB 185, the education budget trailer bill. Established in 1993, the program allows students to transfer to school districts that proclaim themselves Districts of Choice.
Sacramento, Calif. – With less than two months before the midterm election, Governor Gavin Newsom signed legislation today to address the rise in harassment of election workers. SB 1131, authored by Senator Josh Newman (D-Fullerton), will provide protection and peace of mind to election workers in California by providing them with the option of keeping their home addresses confidential.
Sacramento, Calif. — Governor Gavin Newsom signed the Responsible Battery Recycling Act today as part of a larger climate action package.
Sacramento, Calif. — Legislation to improve access to rental housing for California’s low-income pet owners has been signed by Governor Gavin Newsom. SB 971, authored by Senator Josh Newman (D-Fullerton), will require that all new housing financed through the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) and the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Program is pet-inclusive.
Sacramento, Calif. – Legislation to address the rise in harassment of election workers was approved by the California State Legislature today. SB 1131, authored by Senator Josh Newman (D-Fullerton), will protect workers in California by providing them with the option to keep their home addresses confidential.