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Frazier and Bloom Move Forward With “Veteran” Driver’s License Bill

Sacramento, CA – Assembly Bill 1637 by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Oakley) and Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D – Santa Monica) passed the Assembly Veterans Affairs Committee with bipartisan support. This bill would allow California veterans to apply to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for a “Veteran” designation on their driver’s license or identification card.

"California is home to nearly two million veterans, yet nearly half of that population remains unaccounted for,” said Assemblymember Frazier. “Not only will this bill simplify the lives of already identified veterans, it will also assist County Veteran Service Officers in outreach efforts to recognize those who are not obtaining the benefits they have rightfully earned as a result of their service.”

Assemblymember Frazier Seeks to Enhance Driver Safety

Sacramento, CA – Assembly Bill 1646 by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Oakley) successfully passed through Assembly Transportation Committee with bipartisan support. This bill will impose firm penalties to offenders who disregard the safety of others by illegally using their cell phone while driving.

“AB 1646 is intended to serve as a deterrent for drivers that blatantly ignore road safety,” said Frazier. “This change in the law will help reduce the number of injuries and fatalities that are caused by distracted drivers and make California’s streets a secure place for all.”

Bill by Assemblyman Jim Frazier aims to help veterans obtain educational benefits

Legislation, authored by Assemblyman Jim Frazier, D-Solano, that aims to safe guard veteran students from misleading and deceptive recruiting techniques from colleges successfully passed the Assembly Higher Education Committee.

"AB 2099 is intended to help our veteran students obtain the educational benefits they rightfully deserve," Frazier said in a press release announcing the latest vote. "It is my hope that this legislation will also help facilitate a path that supports their assimilation back into civilian life."

Frazier Bill Advocates For Veteran Student Success

Sacramento, CA – Assembly Bill 2099 by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Oakley) successfully passed the Assembly Higher Education Committee. This bill will provide a safeguard for veterans who have been targeted by for-profit colleges that practice misleading and deceptive recruiting techniques.

 “AB 2099 is intended to help our veteran students obtain the educational benefits they rightfully deserve,” said Frazier. “It is my hope that this legislation will also help facilitate a path that supports their assimilation back into civilian life.”

Frazier honored by Donate Life California

Assemblyman Jim Frazier, D-Solano, was honored by Donate Life California with the "Rising Star" award and recognized for his leadership and support of saving lives through organ and tissue donation.

"To be involved with an organization that gives people a second chance at life is an incredible opportunity," Frazier said in a press release. "Donate Life California provides hope and healing for over one million people each year, and I am proud to know that I can be a part of that."

Assemblyman Frazier Talks “Delta” at Antioch Kiwanis Meeting

On Tuesday, Assemblyman Jim Frazier joined the Kiwanis Club of the Delta-Antioch to discuss issues facing East Contra Costa County and the Delta.

Although the meeting provided several updates, a majority of the 30-minute discussion was spent on the Delta and Governor Jerry Brown’s Plan to build a tunnels to help transport water to Southern California.

Oakley: Fred Lambert Recognized for Twenty Years of Volunteer Service

On Friday April 11, Assemblyman Jim Frazier honored Fred Lambert of Oakley during National Volunteer Week at Laurel Elementary School.

Lambert has been a volunteer at Laurel Elementary School for the past 20 years. His responsibilities have included assisting with administrative duties, participating in reading hour and lending a hand when teachers were in need of classroom assistance. At 88 years of age, Lambert still goes in at 6:15 in the morning to volunteer, and is a noon duty fill-in when there are sick or vacation replacements needed.

Donate Life California Honors Assemblymember Frazier With “Rising Star” Award

Sacramento, CA Yesterday evening, Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) was honored by Donate Life California with the “Rising Star” award.

“To be involved with an organization that gives people a second chance at life is an incredible opportunity,” said Assemblymember Jim Frazier. “Donate Life California provides hope and healing for over one million people each year, and I am proud to know that I can be a part of that.”

Veteran Driver's License Bill Clears Assembly Transportation Committee

Sacramento, CA – Assembly Bill 1637 by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) and Assemblymember Bloom (D-Santa Monica) was approved by the Assembly Transportation Committee. The bill would allow California veterans to apply to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for a "Veteran" designation on their driver's license or identification card.

Assemblymember Frazier Issues Statement on State of the Judiciary Address

Sacramento, CA Today, Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) made the following statement in response to the 2014 State of the Judiciary Address given by Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye.  

“I applaud the Chief Justice on her ambition to promote democracy by supporting diversity, accessibility and transparency within the judicial system.

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