SACRAMENTO, CA—On Friday, September 16th, Assembly Bill 1909 by Assemblymember Laura Friedman (D-Glendale) was signed by Governor Gavin Newsom. AB 1909 addresses a number of California bicycle laws to improve safety and save lives. The bill is part of the state’s climate package to help secure California’s world-class leadership on climate action.
GLENDALE – On Friday, October 21, Assemblymember Laura Friedman of District 43 will locally present the “2022 Small Business of the Year” honor to Laura’s Corset Shoppe for serving women of all sizes since its founding on February 22, 1922.
The $4 million in state funds was secured by Assemblymember Laura Friedman for Griffith Park. The money will be used for transportation safety and infrastructure improvements.
Many of us have never seen a mountain lion up close and personal, yet lions have a distinct presence among us. From security camera footage to social media posts of P-22 — the famed mountain lion in Southern California — you might think mountain lions are thriving. You’d be wrong.
A lot of the news surrounding monkeypox reads something like, “Hey, don’t be alarmed, but we are in a state of emergency.” It can be tricky to read between the press conferences and media lines, but monkeypox is cause for concern and we need to be paying close attention because the numbers don’t lie. This is a disease that is highly disruptive and makes its victims’ lives miserable while infected.
Every year, the state of California goes through a lengthy process between the governor’s Office, the Senate and the Assembly to finalize an annual budget. In last month’s column, I gave a preview of what was on the table. This month, I’m happy to share where we landed and some key victories for the 43rd District.