Latest Updates from Assemblymember Bloom
California-based animal welfare activist Robyn Black wasn’t ready to say goodbye to her beloved corgi, Sir Winston, when he suddenly came down with an autoimmune disease six years ago. She told her veterinarian to do whatever was needed to save the 5-year-old dog’s life.
Black dropped off Winston at her Sacramento vet's office on a Friday afternoon. By Sunday evening, the animal clinic was running low on its supply of canine donor blood.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica), released the following statement today in response to Governor Newsom’s plan to solve the state’s housing and homelessness crisis:
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica) introduced Assembly Bill 2436, which will help consumers, who have suffered a catastrophic loss of their home, cover the cost of required code upgrades by providing Building Code Upgrade coverage to homeowners who are rebuilding their homes.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Some lawmakers and mayors expressed skepticism Thursday over California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposal to give $750 million to state-selected regional administrators rather than to local government to address the state’s growing homelessness crisis, signaling the Democrat may have a budget fight on his hands.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Wet wipes, those single-use wet tissues for babies and adults wanting something more than just toilet paper, are the scourge of sewer systems nationwide, according to several cities challenging claims that the products are safe to flush.
Santa Monica’s representative in Sacramento has officially voiced his outrage at the Astros’ cheating scandal.
Assembly Bill 1672 passed one of the hardest roadblocks in the Assembly late last week, squeaking by in the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
Under AB 1672, authored by Assemblyman Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica), all disposable ‘non-woven’ products in California would need to be labeled saying that they should not be flushed down. Products covered under the bill include all disposable wet wipes and flushable wipes frequently used for infant care and by adults wanting a hygienic alternate to toilet paper.
SACRAMENTO – Earlier this week, Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica) introduced House Resolution 74 to condemn the shameful behavior by the Houston Astros in the 2017 World Series.