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SACRAMENTO, CA — On Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 789 into law, making California the first state in the country to provide adults voluntary screenings for hepatitis B and C in an effort to save countless lives and close disparities in diagnosis and treatment.
SACRAMENTO, CA — Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assemblymember Evan Low’s bill AB 1194 into law on Thursday, paving the way for an unprecedented study of California’s broken conservatorship system as well creating reforms that will help prevent the abuse of people who can no longer protect themselves.
SACRAMENTO, CA — AB 789, a bill that would save countless lives and improve the health of thousands of Californians who suffer from hepatitis B and C, recently passed through the state Legislature in a series of unanimous, bipartisan votes, and it now awaits Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature to go into effect.
LOS GATOS, CA — On Saturday at the Los Gatos Fiesta de Artes, Assemblymember Evan Low (D-Silicon Valley) joined Congresswoman Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) and officials for the Santa Clara County Fire Department, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Campbell, Cupertino, and Saratoga to announce a multimillion-dollar budget investment in wildfire prevention and emergency preparedness for communiti
SACRAMENTO — Assemblymember Evan Low’s bill to reform California’s broken conservatorship system passed out of the California Legislature in the closing days of session with unanimous, bipartisan support.
SACRAMENTO, CA — Assemblymember Evan Low (D-Silicon Valley) introduced legislation this month to allow California residents to easily enroll in bone marrow or blood stem cell registries when applying for a driver’s license or identification card at the DMV.
SACRAMENTO, CA —On Thursday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assemblymember Evan Low’s bill AB 1475 to stop California law enforcement agencies from posting the mugshots of nonviolent suspects on social media.
SACRAMENTO, CA — Legislation to create a statewide Universal Basic Income in California passed its first hurdle Monday, as the California Assembly’s Revenue and Taxation Committee approved Assemblymember Evan Low’s AB 65 by a majority vote.