IDD Select Committee

The IDD population is one of the most underserved groups in California. You can find information on the next committee hearing by clicking through to the Assembly’s select committee website.


These resources have been compiled to support our community through the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. From working with EDD to understanding the roadmap to recovery, my office is here to help you.

California Wildfires

My office has compiled a list of wildfire resources to help you mitigate risk as well as find help when recovering from the aftermath of wildfire season.

Child care pilot program goes before Solano supervisors

By Todd R. Hansen

Fairfield Daily Republic

FAIRFIELD — Solano County supervisors on Tuesday will consider authorizing a pilot program that will provide more flexibility on how state funds are spent.

In essence, the program would allow the county to keep more of the child care funds that the county has been required to return to the state because of narrower regulations.

Delta Stewardship Council, a shill for tunnels, is no longer useful


Special to The Sacramento Bee

April 20, 2018 12:00 PM

Over many generations, the Delta has been overtapped and bureaucratically manhandled to provide stability to California’s water delivery system. Roughly a decade ago, the state began the difficult process of trying to develop a credible plan for the future.

Frazier bill to boost CA’s organ donor registry passes first committee test

 2018-04-19_press release_Frazier bill to boost Donate Life California passes 1st committee test.pdf

SACRAMENTO – The Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee has approved a bill by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Discovery Bay) to boost funding for Donate Life California, the nonprofit that administers California’s organ and tissue donor registry. AB 2096 would add the Donate Life California Voluntary Tax Contribution Fund to California tax return forms, allowing taxpayers to donate all or a portion of their tax refunds to the fund.

Frazier Concurrent Resolution recognizes the work of the Special Olympics to enrichen lives in California

2018-04-12_press release_Frazier resolution designates Special Olympics Day in California.pdf

SACRAMENTO – The Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports program for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Through the power of sports, children and adults with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths, abilities, confidence, and success on the playing field and in life.

Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Discovery Bay) authored Assembly Concurrent Resolution 210 to recognize the accomplishments of the Special Olympics and designate April 11 as Special Olympics Day in California. The full Assembly approved ACR 210 with a unanimous vote.

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