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.


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Delta Caucus urges postponement of tunnel hearings

Letter from Delta Caucus urges postponement of tunnel hearings.

SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Discovery Bay), co-chairman of the California Legislative Delta Caucus, today sent the attached letter from the Caucus to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, urging postponement of a hearing scheduled Tuesday morning on State Water Project contract extensions and amendments, which has implications for the proposed Delta tunnels project.

Legislature backs Frazier plan to put more CHP officers on California highways

2018-08-31_press release_Frazier bill AB 3135 to fund more CHP officers goes to Gov.pdf

SACRAMENTO – A bill to restore California Highway Patrol officer positions that were cut during the Great Recession is now on the governor’s desk. AB 3135, authored by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Discovery Bay), chairman of the Assembly Transportation Committee, received unanimous bipartisan support in both houses of the Legislature.

Frazier maternal mental health bill goes to governor

2018-08-28_press release_ Frazier MMH bill AB 3032 goes to Gov.pdf

SACRAMENTO – As many as one in five new or expectant mothers will suffer a mental health disorder during pregnancy or in the first year following birth. AB 3032, a bill by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Discovery Bay), would ensure mothers who give birth in California hospitals learn about common mental health issues and where to get help. The bill was given final approval by the Assembly today and now goes to the governor for his consideration.

Bill jointly authored by Frazier to end traffic fatalities goes to the governor for his signature

2018-08-28_Frazier press release_AB 2363 bill to reduce traffic fatalities goes to governor.pdf

SACRAMENTO – A bill to create a task force whose goal would be to end traffic fatalities in California has been approved by the Legislature and is on the governor’s desk. AB 2363, jointly authored by Assemblymembers Jim Frazier (D-Discovery Bay) and Laura Friedman (D-Glendale), would direct the Secretary of Transportation to create the Zero Traffic Fatalities Task Force, to develop a structured, coordinated process to form policies and reduce traffic fatalities caused by vehicle collisions to zero.

Senate sends Frazier good government bill to Gov’s desk

2018-08-20_press release_Frazier good government CTC independence bill goes to Gov.pdf

Would make California Transportation Commission an independent entity again

SACRAMENTO – The state Senate has approved a bill by Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D-Discovery Bay), chair of the Assembly Transportation Committee, which would remove the California Transportation Commission (CTC) from under the jurisdiction of the executive branch and reestablish it is an independent entity in state government. AB 2734, which received unanimous, bipartisan support in both houses of the Legislature, now goes to the desk of Gov. Jerry Brown.

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