Dave Min

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Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) today announced three of his bills advanced from their first policy committees in the State Assembly. These three bills include the following and join the Senator’s eight bills moving throughout the legislature: “I thank my staff, colleagues and allies for working on these important and necessary …continue reading

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Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) today released the following statement upon Governor Gavin Newsom’s unveiling of the California Comeback Plan, the biggest economic recovery plan in state history: “We need the California Comeback Plan at this time of recovery,” Min said. “I appreciate the plan’s thoughtful approach to tackling the state’s …continue reading

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Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) announced his Senate Bill (SB) 408 advanced out of the Senate Governance and Finance Committee today with unanimous, bipartisan support. As new reports indicate small businesses are at risk of being left behind in the economic recovery efforts, the bill establishes a tax credit available for …continue reading

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Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) released the following statement in response to Governor Gavin Newsom halting the California Department of Motor Vehicles’ proposal to eliminate 25 language options from its written driving test, including Korean: Yesterday, I released a statement criticizing the DMV’s attempt to eliminate 25 language services, including Korean, …continue reading

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Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) announced his Senate Bill (SB) 763, which broadens the allowance of veterans suffering from military-related trauma to petition for resentencing, cleared the public safety committee unanimously. SB 763 builds upon 2015 legislation related to incarcerated veterans and their ability to petition for resentencing and removes its …continue reading