Press Release

Saturday, September 1, 2018

As excerpted from the Stockton Record.

A $7 billion bond measure that could have funded a California State University, Stockton died on the state Assembly floor Friday. Partially because the CSU system didn’t support it.

Feel free to join me in being irritated with the California State University Chancellor’s Office. The chancellor supported a rival, $4 billion bond measure that would fund repairs to existing CSU and University of California campuses but build no new ones.

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So what now? Eggman and her co-authors will reintroduce the bill next year. Brown will be termed out; gubernatorial frontrunner Gavin Newsom supports a CSU, Stockton.

Eggman and others will push for creation of an independent office that determines objectively when a new CSU is needed, and where.

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Tuesday, May 29, 2018

(Sacramento)  - Assemblymember Susan Talamantes Eggman (D-Stockton) rallied on the steps of the State Capitol with childcare providers, parents and activists in support of Assembly Bill 2292, which expands access to infant and toddler care, and the budget request for “$1-Billion Dollars for Babies”, one of the budget priorities of the California Legislative Women’s Caucus. “These are people who want to work. Who want to be able to give back to society. To do positive role modeling for their kids,” Assemblymember Eggman said.