SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D- Stockton) has been appointed this week to serve on the Commission for Economic Development.
SALINAS – A bill that has its origins in Monterey County, was recently signed into law allowing consumers to bring their own wine bottles to be refilled at participating tasting rooms, reducing waste and expanding business.
“It is important to have a level playing field for all winery establishments. The new legislation allows wineries to reduce packaging waste and cost,” said Heather Brand, owner I. Brand & Family Winery. “This is a win, win situation. We can reduce our environmental footprint and pass savings through to our guests and customers.”
California Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) celebrated the Assembly’s approval of $15 million recently to support our state’s pollinator habitats.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Villapudua (D-Stockton) celebrated this morning’s announcement that the University of Silicon Andhra, a 4-Year WASC accredited University, will relocate to San Joaquin County, just outside of the City of Tracy.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) celebrated the Assembly’s approval of $15 million today to support our state’s pollinator habitats.
By: Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua
Warming weather in the San Joaquin Valley used to mean going to the annual asparagus festival, Stockton Heat games and car shows. Due to the global pandemic, housing and unemployment crises, catastrophic wildfires and energy shortages during heat waves, traditional events and daily life for Stockton residents have not been the same.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) applauded yesterday’s passage of Senate Bill (SB) 129, which included tens of millions of dollars for higher education in the Central Valley in California’s 2021-22 Budget.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Carlos Villapudua (D-Stockton) celebrated the passage of California’s Budget Act of 2021, Senate Bill (SB) 129, which includes millions of dollars in direct funding to critical departments and programs throughout San Joaquin County.
Assemblyman Carlos Villapudua says he doesn't want to see a repeat of “the senseless killing of George Floyd.”
That is why he is the lead author of Assembly Bill 931, a legislative bill proposing changes to peace officer – including police – training.
Villapudua, D-Stockton, says the idea is to implement training where officers are encouraged to stand up and intercede if they see a fellow officer potentially violating someone's rights.