HILMAR – Students crossing State Route 165 at Lander Avenue in Hilmar will be safer starting Tuesday.
(SACRAMENTO) – Today, the bipartisan, bicameral California Problem Solvers Caucus (CPSC) unveiled a new proposal to suspend the gas tax and provide financial relief to consumers.
Early release of convicted criminals from the California state prison system should be the exception, not the expectation and certainly not the norm.
Unfortunately, too many of California’s policymakers — perhaps laboring under the misconception that having fewer people in prison best serves taxpayers — have embraced a philosophy that is returning violent criminals to our streets. Instead of saving taxpayers’ money, it is costing lives and putting enormous stress on law enforcement.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Adam Gray’s (D-Merced) bill to combat skyrocketing rates of catalytic converter theft has cleared its first legislative hurdle. The Assembly Transportation Committee approved Gray’s bill, AB 2682, on Monday with support coming from both Democrats and Republicans.
(Sacramento) – Assemblyman Adam C. Gray (D-Merced), the Merced County NAACP, and the CA/HI State Conference NAACP today announced the introduction of legislation to rename the Merced County Superior Courthouse for renowned civil rights attorney and legal scholar Dr. Charles James Ogletree Jr.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 25, 2022
CONTACT: Christy McCammond, Merced County Human Services Agency
A group of congressional republicans issued a letter to President Biden and governor Gavin Newsom this week urging their administrations to issue emergency declaration following the massive rainstorm. The letter urged them to issue emergency declarations and direct relevant federal and state agencies to temporarily waive all impediments that limit operations of the Delta pumps to ensure none of these storm flows go to waste. North Valley assemblyman and democrat Adam Gray agrees more needs to be done on the state and federal levels to store water.
Gov. Gavin Newsom visited UC Merced this week to personally tell UC officials, local elected leaders, community members, and of course students, that the State of California will support the building of a new, on-campus medical education building for the university.
Merced –The emotion in Assemblyman Adam Gray’s voice was clear Monday when he turned to Gov. Gavin Newsom and said, “Thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
California state bureaucrats who dropped a bomb on our region by quitting water negotiations ought to be ashamed.
A few days ago, two of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s top appointed officials sent notice that they’re done talking about how much water in the Stanislaus, Tuolumne and Merced rivers we might be willing to part with. Instead, they plan to just take what they want.