Welcome to my legislative website. It is continuously updated so that you can stay informed about my activities as the representative for the 30th Assembly District.
It is an honor to have this opportunity to serve my community. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any comments, questions or concerns that you may have with the district—or with your state government.
I hope that you find this website informative and that you return regularly to see what is happening in our community.
Luis A. Alejo
Representing the 30th District
$185 Million Not Recovered from Responsible Parties
(SACRAMENTO)—Today, the Joint Legislative Audit Committee (JLAC) approved Assemblymember Luis Alejo’s (D-Salinas) request to examine the financial practices of the State Department of Substance Control (DTSC). The audit request came after a May 2013 report estimated that DTSC had $185 million in unbilled or uncollected potential costs incurred.
“California has hundreds of toxic waste sites in need of clean-up,” comments Alejo. “Failure to pursue cost recovery will hurt all Californians and send the wrong message to bad actors operating in vulnerable parts of our beautiful state.”
Monday, August 12 2013
California Native American Heritage Month
(SACRAMENTO)—Today, Assemblymember Luis A. Alejo (D-Salinas) recognized four tribal leaders in celebration of the California State Assembly passing Assembly Concurrent Resolution 35. Building upon a similar resolution authored by Alejo in 2011, ACR 35 establishes every September as California Native American Heritage Month. ACR 35, which was amended on the Assembly floor to add 78 coauthors, passed with overwhelming bipartisan support. “California Native Americans are an integral part of our state’s history and have become…Continue reading...
Monday, August 05 2013
Judicial Diversity Proposal Seeks Governor Brown’s Approval
(SACRAMENTO) — The California State Assembly concurred in Senate amendments of Assembly Bill 1005 with a 68-0 vote. The bill, by Assemblymember Luis Alejo (D-Salinas), seeks to ensure the diversity of California’s judiciary by adding veterans and persons with disabilities to the list of demographic data used to recommend candidates for judicial appointments. “California is the most diverse state and it can certainly do more to include its underrepresented citizens in the state’s judiciary,” says…Continue reading...
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