Galgiani Bill Would Give Animal Shelters the Ability to Provide Essential Care
Sacramento- Senator Cathleen Galgiani (D – Stockton) announces legislation to help achieve the state’s policy goal that no adoptable dog or cat in California animal shelters should be euthanized. Senate Bill (SB) 1347 aims to give animal shelter caretakers the training and resources they need to meet the state’s “no kill goal” over the next five years. SB 1347 unanimously passed the Business, Professions, and Economic Development Committee.
I don't consider myself an anxious person, but after a day of COVID-19 information, and watching the news, it's been very distressing for me to see the sickness, loss and sadness that so many of our communities are struggling through. If you or your loved ones are having these feelings too, there are some things you can do to be proactive:
Unemployment Insurance & Tax Filings - Coronavirus (COVID-19) 3.18.2020 UPDATE
It goes without saying that we are living in unusual and difficult times. Over the last few days, I have heard from and spoken with many of you regarding resources available to assist with financial pressures. Below are several resources that I encourage you to share with friends, family, and loved ones throughout California.
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE BENEFITS:
Senator Cathleen Galgiani (D-Stockton) released the following statement in response to the California Natural Resources Agency’s announcement on the state’s formal withdrawal from the WaterFix project.
Modesto Bee & Merced Sun-Star
Newsom isn’t backing away from high-speed rail, after all
By Garth Stapley
February 13, 2019 11:53 AM
Some supporters of high-speed rail were encouraged by remarks in the governor’s first State of the State address Tuesday, despite what others saw as an admission of defeat for the controversial project.
Senator Cathleen Galgiani, Author of the State’s High Speed Rail Legislation, Responds to Governor Newsom’s Commitment to Getting the First Phase of the High Speed Rail Project Done “Once and For All.”