SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) introduced AB 376 today to expand financial aid for Californians pursuing a career in trucking.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) introduced AB 305, the California Flood Protection Bond Act of 2024, today.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) released the following statement today following Governor New
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) released the following statement following his Swearing-In Ceremony in Sacramento today.
A California bill, which will be heard in the state Senate’s Public Safety committee Tuesday, intends to take the state’s prisons in a more Norwegian direction.
"It’s almost as if you're part of a dorm, and you're working with other folks to help each other," said Stockton Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua, who’s proposing AB 2730, about what he's learned about prisons there.
California has a recidivism problem.
Two-thirds of people incarcerated in the state will return to prison within three years, either through new offenses or parole violations, according to California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation data.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — A group of bipartisan state lawmakers is now pushing for a year-long suspension of the state’s gas tax.
This comes as lawmakers said talks are stalling on the relief Californians were promised nearly two months ago.
“We have stalled out at a time when the state cannot afford to stall out,” said Assembly Member Jordan Cunningham, R-San Luis Obispo.
A group of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Thursday announced they’re pushing for a year-long suspension of the state’s 51-cent gas tax.
Tracy Interfaith Ministries learned this week that California Assemblymember Carlos Villapadua (D-Stockton) has selected the local charity a 2022 California Nonprofit of the Year.
Tracy Interfaith Ministries is one of more than 100 nonprofits that will be honored by their state senators and assemblymembers for their contributions to the communities they serve.
In the nearly two months since Russia invaded Ukraine, the images of wartime devastation continue to haunt us. Vladimir Putin’s war crimes have disrupted the world’s economy, driving up energy costs and affecting every Californian. To bring relief from high gas prices and reduce California’s reliance on foreign oil, we need to support more local production of the abundant energy sources we possess.