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.

Assemblymember Jim Frazier Names Pinky’s Klassy Kar Wash “Small Business of the Year”

Sacramento, CA – Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) recognized Pinky’s Klassy Kar Wash of Antioch as the “Small Business of the Year” for the 11th Assembly District in a ceremony at the Sacramento Convention Center today.

Each year, the California State Assembly recognizes the contributions of small businesses in each Assembly district and their important role in the creation of jobs and growth for the California economy. The day began with workshops coordinated by the California Small Business Association, followed by a Salute to Small Businesses awards luncheon.

Assemblyman Jim Frazier Honors Chuck Billy of Thrash Metal Band Testament

Sacramento, CA – Today Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) honored musician Chuck Billy of Antioch on the State Assembly floor for the positive influence he has made in the Native American community and on the general public.

On January 14, 2013, Chuck Billy earned the distinction as the first Native American entertainer to be permanently featured in the memorabilia display at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Chuck was also among those recognized in the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian’s exhibit, Up Where We Belong: Native Musicians in Popular Culture.

Assemblymember Frazier Names Jeanne McCormack 2013 Woman of the Year

Rio Vista, CA – Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) has named Jeanne McCormack of Rio Vista as his 2013 Woman of the Year for the 11th Assembly District.

After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley, McCormack honorably served two years in the Peace Corps in Malawi as a public health worker. She later earned a master’s degree from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and went on to work for various organizations in under-developed countries, primarily in Africa, to help implement rural development and micro-enterprise programs for women.

Frazier’s teen driving bill clears Assembly

FAIRFIELD — A bill that would change some requirements for teens and their driver’s licenses passed the Assembly on Monday.

The bill from Assemblyman Jim Frazier, D-Oakley, would add restrictions to the provisional licensing program. AB 1113 would require the provisional license to last until a person was 18 and lower the nighttime restriction an hour to 10 p.m. It proposes to increase the age of passengers to 21 years old and would increase the length of a learner permit to nine months.

Assembly Passes Frazier Bill to Enhance Teen Driver Safety

AB 1113 Will Help Prevent Future Automobile Accidents, Injuries and Fatalities

SACRAMENTO, CA – The California Assembly gave final approval to Assembly Bill 1113, introduced by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D–Oakley), which will add restrictions on California’s provisional licensing law.

The provisional licensing program was designed to protect young, inexperienced drivers by giving them more time to gain driving experience prior to full licensure. The program has been effective in reducing novice driver accidents, deaths, and injuries; however, a significant safety problem still remains for teenage drivers.

Assembly Approves Frazier Bill to Protect College Students from Unnecessary Bank Fees

Sacramento, CA – A bill to protect students’ financial aid from being nickeled and dimed by bank fees has passed the State Assembly and now moves to the Senate. Assembly Bill 1162 introduced by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) requires college boards to adopt policies that best serve the needs of students when negotiating contracts with financial institutions.

Recently, colleges have outsourced financial aid distribution to banks and other financial institutions in order to cut costs. As a result, students have ended up bearing the cost directly through high bank fees.

Assembly Approves Frazier’s Water Emergency Transportation Authority Bill

SACRAMENTO, CA--Assembly Bill 935 authored by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley), which provides greater representation on the Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA), passed the State Assembly and moves on to the Senate.  AB 935 expands WETA to include the two counties Assemblymember Frazier represents - Solano County and Contra Costa County. The bill also includes representation for the City and County of San Francisco, Alameda County, and San Mateo County.

Comprehensive public water transportation plays a significant role in the Bay Area’s daily commute, emergency response infrastructure, and emergency preparedness. Recently, WETA has proposed to expand services by adding several new ferry terminals in the cities of Antioch, Redwood City, Hercules, Martinez, Berkeley, Richmond, and Treasure Island.

Assemblymember Jim Frazier Statement on Governor Brown’s Revised Budget Proposal

Sacramento, CA - Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) released the following statement today regarding Governor Edmund G. Brown’s revised budget proposal:

I want to commend the Governor for his ongoing commitment to fiscal responsibility.

Through his leadership, California has not only eliminated a $20 billion budget deficit, but has a multi-billion dollar surplus.  Governor Brown has won the people’s trust by addressing our budget problems with real, long-term solutions, not borrowing and gimmicks.

Frazier Defends Delta in Response to State Official Comments

Assemblyman Jim Frazier (D-Oakley) released the following statement today in response to reported comments from California Natural Resources Deputy Director Jerry Meral that “BDCP is not about, and has never been about saving the Delta. The Delta cannot be saved.”

“I am appalled by the reported statement from the Deputy Director. This confirms what many of us in the Delta region have long suspected: that BDCP is not about Delta restoration, it’s about Southern California water interests.

Assemblymember Frazier Authors Bill to Protect College Students From High Bank Fees

AB 1162 will require colleges and universities to set in place safeguards for campus debit card programs to ensure that students are not unfairly targeted

SACRAMENTO, CA – A bill to protect student’s financial aid from predatory bank fees has been introduced by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Oakley). Assembly Bill 1162 requires college boards to adopt policies that best serve the needs of students when negotiating contracts with financial institutions to disburse a student’s financial aid onto debit cards.

As college and university budgets have shrunk, many have begun to use third-party servicers to disburse financial aid and issue credit balance refunds to students on debit cards. While many schools are obtaining revenues and reducing costs by outsourcing these services, the relationships between schools and financial institutions have raised questions because students end up bearing some costs directly.

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