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Statement on Trump's Proposed Budget

Budgeting, far more than the balancing of revenues and expenditures, is an expression of priorities and values.  With the release of the Trump administration’s budget we clearly see that the President’s priorities are the continued protection of the top 1% at the expense of our children and working families.  The Trump budget proposal relies on false economic assumptions while paying for tax cuts on the backs of our most vulnerable populations.

Assemblymember Reyes and Senator Leyva Host A Free Grant Writing Workshop

San Bernardino – Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes invites constituents living in the 47th Assembly District to join her, Senator Connie M. Leyva, California Consulting and the Inland Empire Job Corps Center for a Free Grant Writing Workshop on Friday, May 12, 2017.

The Grant Writing Workshop is a perfect opportunity to learn about federal, state and private foundation funding for your city, school district, water district or non-profit agency.

Assemblymember Reyes Statement on Repeal and Replace Healthcare Plan Passing the House

Sacramento – The American Health Care Act, also widely known as TrumpCare, passed a vote in the House of representatives 217-213 this afternoon. Under this new assault on healthcare, an estimated 24 million Americans will lose coverage including large numbers of veterans, the elderly and those on fixed-incomes.

Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes released the following statement after the U.S. House of representatives passed the AHCA:

Father Miguel Ceja Honored by Assemblymember Reyes, State Legislature During latino Spirit Awards

Sacramento – Yesterday, the State Legislature hosted the 16th annual Latino Spirit Awards honoring 10 individuals of significant achievement from around the state. Among those honored was Father Miguel Ceja of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Riverside who was recognized for his significant contributions to social justice in his community.

“I am so proud that Father Ceja’s efforts to uplift the community have been recognized”, said Assemblymember Reyes. “He has spent his life in service of others to educate and empower the least fortunate among us.”

In Wake of San Bernardino Elementary School Shooting, Support for Domestic Violence Bill Increases, Passes Committee

Sacramento – Yesterday AB 1268, a bill designed to address domestic violence around the state, passed out of the Assembly Committee on Public Safety with a vote of 7-0. The bill was created in response to the April 10th tragedy at the North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino that claimed the lives of a special needs teacher and a small child that was standing by her as a result of an escalation of domestic violence.