California 38th District Assemblywoman Christy Smith (D-Santa Clarita) authored and submitted 14 bills prior to the Feb. 22 legislative submission deadline, tackling issues like education, human trafficking, and public safety.
“I have also co-authored a number of bills which I am excited to support and discuss with our communities over the next few months,” Smith said in her spring 2018 newsletter.
To read the bills, click here.
Smith had more info to share in her first newsletter in office.
District Office in Santa Clarita Open for Business
“The District Office has officially opened its doors in Santa Clarita and will be open Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,” Smith said.
“My staff is available to meet concerning issues constituents want to bring forward or to provide assistance in navigating state agencies. The address of my office is 27441 Tourney Rd., Suite 160, Santa Clarita. To schedule an appointment, ask questions, or voice opinions, please call my office at 661-286-1408.”
The Legislature Enters Budget Season
“With the State Budget deadline approaching in June, the legislature has begun to work diligently on the 2019-2020 Budget,” Smith said.
“I am a firm believer that our State Budget is a statement of our values,” she said. “That is why over the course of budget negotiations, we will be advocating for smart investments in education, public safety, infrastructure, and local projects for our communities, while also bolstering California’s small businesses by cutting the franchise tax and burdensome regulations.”
Keep up with Smith on social media with the handle @AsmChristySmith on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Read Smith’s complete spring 2019 newsletter here.