SACRAMENTO, CA - During the second year of the COVID-19 global pandemic, Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva (D – Fullerton) remained focused on passing key legislation to support California's most vulnerable community members. As the 2021 Legislative session came to a close, a number of her significant legislative priorities includin
On the day that would have been legendary Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda’s 94th birthday, the city he called home for closed to seven decades celebrated the Hall of Famer with a day of festivities and tributes.
Congratulations to the Fullerton Arboretum for your reopening!
This is truly a local treasure and one that I was proud to secure $1 million dollars to help us maintain to preserve this site.
As an alum of California State University, Fullerton, I am always proud to celebrate the Titans and all that they offer to our wonderful community.
I want to thank President Virjee for his tremendous leadership and hard work. I also would like to thank my colleagues who helped in securing this funding with me through the California State Budget.
The Fullerton Arboretum is truly a magnificent location that offers students and families a lovely location to learn and relax
It was a beautiful night to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with CSUF Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Programs.
Did you know that 50% of California State University, Fullerton students are Latino/Hispanic? It is great to see so many Latino Leaders supporting this great institution of Higher Education and embracing our Hispanic and Latino Roots!
California school officials would have a standardized method for identifying the thousands of homeless students who attend the state’s K-12 schools and have access to funding to support them under a bill the Legislature approved this week. Gov. Gavin Newsom has until Oct. 10 to sign it into law.
The devastation wrought by the pandemic has paved the way for a once-in-a-lifetime windfall for the arts in Orange County and throughout California, thanks to a fiscal year state budget for 2021-22 which allocates some $615 million in funds, including more than $120 million in funding for the state’s designated arts agency, the California Arts Council (CAC).
A pair of housing bills just approved by the state Legislature are prompting warnings that single-family zoning will be destroyed in local neighborhoods, while others say such concerns are wildly overblown and that the bills are a modest step to make housing more affordable.
It remains to be seen who’s right, if Gov. Gavin Newsom signs the bills into law. Newsom is currently facing a recall election.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — California Assembly Bill No. 978 took two years of Lupe Ramirez’s life, but it was a risk she was willing take to keep her home.
“I couldn’t give up because I just felt like some place, somebody has to be hearing that this just isn’t right,” said Ramirez.