SAN MATEO – Assembly Bill 753, a bill to ensure that communities impacted by water pollution receive appropriate remediation funds from state water boards authored by Assemblymember Diane Pap
EAST PALO ALTO – Assemblymember Diane Papan presented a check for $2 million to the City of East Palo Alto for critical water system
SAN CARLOS – Today, Assemblymember Diane Papan presented a check for $150,000 to the City of San Carlos to support the City’s Safe Routes to School initiative to improve traffic
BELMONT – Today, Assemblymember Diane Papan presented the Belmont City Council with a State Budget Grant of $100,000 to support the replacement of Communication Center consoles u
Papan Joins Leadership of the Assembly Democratic Caucus
SAN MATEO – Today, Assembly Speaker Robert Rivas announced his leadership team for the Democratic Caucus in the State Assembly.
Elk Grove, Calif. (June 26, 2023) — Cybercrime is on the rise across the country and, increasingly, public schools are the target of sophisticated attacks that capture sensitive data, violate privacy, dismantle operations and extort funds from school districts and county offices of education.
SAN MATEO – Today, Assembly Bill 926, a bill that would provide an income tax credit equal to 25% of the value of land or property donated by employers to a qualified nonprofit organization for the construction of affordable housing was approved by the Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation.
SAN MATEO – Today, Assembly Bills 754 and 755, introduced by Assemblymember Diane Papan (D-San Mateo) were approved by the Assembly Committee on Water, Parks & Wildlife.
SAN MATEO – Today, Assembly Bill 246, a bill to remove toxic chemicals from menstrual products introduced by Assemblymember Diane Papan (D-San Mateo), was approved by the Assembly Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials.
SAN MATEO – Today, Assembly Bill 575, a bill to make three commonsense improvements to California’s Paid Family Leave (PFL) law, was approved by the Assembly Committee on Insurance.