(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Adam C.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Adam Gray (D-Merced) announced the Joint Legislative Audit Committee has approved his request to audit California’s water operations.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Adam Gray (D-Merced) announced today that his bill to strengthen penalties for water theft has been signed into law by Governor Newsom.
(Sacramento) – Assemblyman Adam C. Gray (D-Merced) announced today that 43 other lawmakers joined him to defeat AB 2639, a bill that would have accelerated the adoption of the State Water Grab, officially known as the update to the Bay-Delta Plan.
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.
In my Assembly District, which covers the western half of Stanislaus County and all of Merced, there were roughly 545 dairy farms last year. Now there is at least 1 less.
A friend recently told me he had gotten rid of all his cows.
As I look at what’s happening across our state and in Sacramento, I wonder how many other farmers will soon make the same choice.
(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.