SACRAMENTO —Assembly Bill 645, the groundbreaking bill to make streets safer for all in California with the use of automated speed enforcement cameras authored by Assemblymember Laura Friedman (D-Burbank), has passed the Senate Appropriations Committee and now moves to a vote before the full Senate.
SACRAMENTO (June 5, 2023) —On a bipartisan vote of 76-0, the California State Assembly overwhelmingly passed Assembly Bill 1399 to increase access to veterinary care services via telehealth, jointly authored by Assemblymember Laura Friedman (D-Burbank) and Assemblymember Josh Lowenthal (D-Long Beach). AB
May 31, 2023, Sacramento—Today, the California State Assembly passed Assembly Bill 1573, a bill introduced by Assemblymember Laura Friedman (D-Burbank) aimed at replacing non-functional turf with water-conserving California native plants for commercial and public landscaping projects.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.— The California Assembly passed legislation on a 57-12 vote that expands protection for children, pets and wildlife from toxic rat poisons.
Sacramento, CA—On Monday, December 5th, Assemblymember Laura Friedman introduced Assembly Bills 6 and 7 to align transportation funding priorities with California’s sustainability and equity goals.
Sacramento, CA—On Monday, December 5th, Assemblymember Laura Friedman introduced Assembly Bill 8 to provide greater transparency and regulation for the primary and secondary live event ticket marketplace. Provisions of the bill include clarity of pricing and fees, specification of location of seat(s), and a link to the refund policies.
Los Angeles, CA—On Thursday, December 1st, Assemblymember Laura Friedman and a coalition of environmental advocates known as the California Global Biodiversity Working Group held a press conference at the Los Angeles Zoo to raise public awareness and enhance California’s role as the UN’s first and only official US state observer at the COP 15 Convention on Biological
“Connecting transit riders to jobs is imperative if we are going to reach our GHG reduction goals. Sepulveda Transit Corridor must be built in a way that not only benefits existing transit riders, but also encourages mode shift for the 500,000 people that drive through this corridor every weekday. UCLA is the 3rd largest employer in Los Angeles County.
Sacramento, CA—On Wednesday, September 28th, Governor Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 1933, authored by Assemblymember Laura Friedman (D-Glendale).
Sacramento, CA—On Thursday, September 22nd, Governor Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 2097, authored by Assemblymember Laura Friedman (D-Glendale).