Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes Has Six Bills Signed into Law
After her first year representing the 60th District in the California State Assembly, Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes (D-Corona) was successful in having six bills signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown.
“I am proud of having these six bills signed into law,” Assemblymember Cervantes said. “They will help move Western Riverside County forward by creating jobs and supporting small businesses, improving our air quality, providing our brave veterans with needed services, and assisting our seniors and their families find long-term care.
“I want to thank Governor Brown for approving these six bills,” Assemblymember Cervantes continued. “I look forward to continuing to fight for the taxpayers of Western Riverside County.”
The six bills authored by Assemblymember Cervantes signed into law are:
- Assembly Bill 179 helps ensure representation on the CA Transportation Commission for communities most affected by pollution. You can find more information about the bill here.
- Assembly Bill 226 expedites the process for the spouses of active U.S. military service members to get a California teaching credential. You can find more information about the bill here.
- Assembly Bill 1124 allows juvenile school students to take additional courses before graduating to facilitate applications to college. You can find more information about the bill here.
- Assembly Bill 1200 establishes a program that will connect seniors and their families with long-term care services. You can find more information about the bill here.
- Assembly Bill 1553 expands a program that provides loans to small businesses so they can comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. You can find more information about the bill here.
- Assembly Bill 1618 helps provides funding to organizations with a proven track record of serving our veterans. You can find more information about the bill here.
Sabrina Cervantes proudly represents the 60th District of the California State Assembly, which encompasses the communities of Corona, Eastvale, Jurupa Valley, Norco, and a portion of the City of Riverside.