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2023-2024 State Budget Highlights

$145 Million in Direct Investments for the District & Statewide:

$1,250,000 - for the South Bay Center for Counseling to support the expansion of the Strength Based Community Change’s Thriving Families Well-being Initiative.

$2,500,000 - for Kedren South to fully fund and build the acute psychiatric wing in the new Psychiatric Acute Care Hospital & Children's Village in South Los Angeles (LA).

$1,250,000 - for the Beacon House Association of San Pedro's Bartlett Center. The Bartlett Remodel will update equipment and fixtures and increase storage capacity, allowing BH to increase daily meals served from 940 to 2,100 to residents and unhoused neighbors.

$80,000,000 - for Juvenile Court Schools.

$60,000,000 - to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges to expand nursing programs (co-champion).

Gipson Tapped as Member of Transportation Committee

SACRAMENTO, Calif --- Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson, Chairman of the Assembly Democratic Caucus, was appointed to the Assembly Transportation Committee today by Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon.

Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson blasts Trump on firing all members of the HIV/AIDS advisory council

CARSON, Calif --- “Trump’s latest attack on Americans living with HIV/AIDS is one of his last heartless acts for 2017,” said Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson, chair of the California Assembly Select Committee on Infectious Diseases in High Risk Disadvantaged Communities. “The remaining six members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS were fired this week.

World AIDS Day

CARSON, Calif --- “This year we acknowledge the 29th Anniversary of World AIDS Day.

Gipson Champions Environmental Projects for the 64th District

SACRAMENTO, Calif --- The California Natural Resources Agency just announced the approval of 39 projects across the state, with three of them coming as a result of Assemblymember Gipson being a champion for green space and the environment.

First Round of Transportation Projects Announced in 64th Assembly District

Carson, Calif --- Caltrans recently announced the first listing of local transportation projects in accordance with Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB1), in the 64th Assembly District totaling $84.5 million in road and highway repair, street pavement, and infrastructure upkeep.