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Monday, March 4, 2019
Asm. Bloom escorting Ms. Griffin
Group photo with Ms. Griffin
Group photo with Ms. Griffin

Assemblymember Bloom honored District 50's Woman of the Year, Kathy Griffin, on the Assembly Floor.

Monday, March 4, 2019
Kathy Griffin with Assemblymembers
Kathy Griffin, Asm. Bloom and staff
Asm. Bloom speaking at podium
Kathy Griffin speaking at podium
Attendees applaud Kathy Griffin

Assemblymembers and guests attended a reception for Kathy Griffin, District 50's Woman of the Year.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Parent speaking at podium
Older teen speaking at podium
Young girl speaking at podium
Sign: 1 in 10 have hearing aid coverage
Asm. Bloom shares a light moment
Asm. Bloom speaking at podium
Asm. Bloom interacts with parent and child
Group photo with parents and kids
Asm. Bloom interacts with child
Asm. Bloom interacts with parent
Asm. Bloom interacts with child

Press conference announcing the introduction of a bill by Assemblymember Bloom to require insurance companies to cover pediatric hearing aids.

Saturday, January 19, 2019
Trump effigy held by protester
"Immigrants Make America Great"
Native American speaker on stage
Protesters displaying signs
Crowd
Asm. Bloom and Asm. Carrillo
Assemblymembers on stage
Assemblymembers group photo
Asm. Bloom holding sign
Asm. Bloom holding sign
Asm. Bloom with protester

Assemblymember Bloom took part in the Women's March in downtown Los Angeles.

Thursday, December 6, 2018
Bloom being sworn in to the legislative session
Bloom with son on the Assembly Floor
Bloom introducing his first bill for the new legislative sesion

SACRAMENTO - On Monday, December 3, Assemblymember Richard Bloom was once again sworn in to the California State Assembly. Bloom hit the ground running on the legislature's first day back, introducing AB 36 to address housing affordability in California. 

Thursday, August 9, 2018
Exide Residential Clean-Up Hearing and Tour
Exide Residential Clean-Up Hearing and Tour
Exide Residential Clean-Up Hearing and Tour
Exide Residential Clean-Up Hearing and Tour
Exide Residential Clean-Up Hearing and Tour
Exide Residential Clean-Up Hearing and Tour
Exide Residential Clean-Up Hearing and Tour
Exide Residential Clean-Up Hearing and Tour
Exide Residential Clean-Up Hearing and Tour
Monday, April 16, 2018
Assemblymember Bloom with Henry Oster
Assemblymember Bloom and staff with Henry Oster and his wife
Assemblymember Bloom with Henry Oster and his wife

On April 16, 2018 Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica) honored long-time Beverly Hills optometrist and current Woodland Hills resident, Henry Oster, at the State Capitol as part of the California State Assembly’s 15th Annual Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Assemblymember Bloom speaking before the walkout
Assemblymember Bloom leads walkout of building
Assemblymember Bloom and colleagues on north steps of Capitol
Student participants hold signs
Student participants hold signs
Assemblymember Bloom and colleagues stand on north steps
Assemblymember Bloom and colleagues stand on north steps
Legislators and supporters stand with Capitol building behind them

On Wednesday March 14, exactly one month after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Assemblymember Richard Bloom led California legislators in participating in the National School Walkout to remember the seventeen victims of the shooting and to stand in solidarity with students across the country fighting for gun control legislation. Flanked by staff and other supporters, legislators stood in silence on the north steps of the Capitol for 17 minutes, one minute for each victim. 

Monday, March 12, 2018
Karen Stuart receiving her resolution on the Assembly Floor. Standing with Ms. Stuart are Assemblymembers Bloom, Eggman, Dahle, and Rendon.

On Monday, March 12th, Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica) honored Karen Stuart, Executive Director of the Association of Talent Agents, as the 2018 “Woman of the Year” for the 50th Assembly District.   Stuart was recognized for her leadership at the ATA as well as her work to combat sexual harassment and discrimination in the entertainment industry.