Assemblymember Mia Bonta is presenting a virtual Legislative Town Hall for constituents of California Assembly District 18 on Tuesday, November 28 at 6 p.m. via Zoom. Register online to join the session.
“I will discuss the bills I introduced in the California Assembly prioritizing equipping our students with the means to achieve, defending reproductive rights and our democratic process, and reinvesting the state’s wealth in underserved communities across District 18,” Assemblymember Bonta said.
During the 2023 legislative cycle, Bonta authored more than 20 bills, five of which become California law—improving public safety by prioritizing funding towards rehabilitation for incarcerated persons, protecting unionized workers in the Alameda Health System, and securing land to build 587 units at the Encinal Terminal in Alameda. Bonta also advocated for funds to meet pressing needs of our community, securing $5 million for Oakland’s MACRO program, and $1.2 million to aid safe shelters for the unhoused community.
“I am proud of how my office has worked to shape laws that meet the needs of our community,” Bonta said, “but I know we all have more work to do to address the economic uncertainty felt at this moment. I look forward to continuing to work with you and hope to see you soon.”