Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva’s (D – Orange County) authored bills passed the Senate Appropriations Committee, the last step before floor votes. The key fiscal committee reviewed and voted on hundreds of bills, including those authored by Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva.
“Our Legislation focuses on the needs of the district,” said Quirk-Silva. “Addressing issues such as homelessness, affordable housing, and education; along with veteran’s needs is essential to bringing change to our communities.”
Upon long review, the committee approved the following Quirk-Silva’s bills: AB 133: Property Tax postponement; AB 139 Emergency and Transitional Housing Act; AB 143: Shelter Crisis Homeless Shelters in Orange County; AB 354: School Meals; AB 368: Southern California Veterans Cemetery; and AB 947 Visually Impaired Pupils. The bills are a reflection of Quirk-Silva’s continued efforts to advocate for the vital needs of her district and will serve the community in a variety of aspects. With many of the bills addressing the top priority of housing and homelessness in California, Quirk-Silva has made it clear that she intends to find resolutions for her district’s housing crisis.
“As the Legislature heads into the last two weeks of the Legislative year, I will be working to advance our bills to the Governor’s desk for his signature” said Quirk Silva.
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This article was released by the Office of Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva.