SACRAMENTO–Today, the Assembly Floor passed AB 1118, authored by Assemblyman Curt Hagman (R-Chino Hills), with a 61-0 vote. The bill would improve the safety of all Californians by having the Judicial Council create an advisory statewide bail schedule.
Sacramento— Assemblyman Curt Hagman’s (R- Chino Hills) AB 308 passed the Assembly floor with a 74-0 vote.
Sacramento— Yesterday, Assemblyman Curt Hagman (R- Chino Hills) presented AB 1332 before the Assembly Floor and it passed with a 67-0 vote.
Beach bonfires have long been part of the California way of life. Roasting marshmallows, making smores, and spending quality time with family and friends next to an open fire have created countless memories for generations of Californians. But if a government agency gets its way, such experiences will be a thing of the past and the beaches will be deserted after 5 PM.
Sacramento— Today, Assemblyman Curt Hagman, R-Chino Hills, responded to the release of Governor Jerry Brown’s revised 2013-2014 budget proposal. Assemblyman Hagman acknowledged the Governor did well in placing students and education at the top of the list, while also demonstrating the need to resist overspending. The Assemblyman, however, also expressed concerns about the need for more measures to ensure the state can achieve financial stability.
SACRAMENTO- Assemblyman Curt Hagman’s (R-Chino Hills) legislation, AB 434, which updates California’s corporation code, passed on the Assembly Floor with unanimous support. AB 434 would update a Corporation’s Code section to accurately reflect changes made by AB 571 (Hagman), which amended two sections within the code and repealed another.
Steve McQueen spent several years growing up in my 55th District. He spent two years at Boys Republic in Chino Hills and said numerous times that his experiences allowed him to grow and mature into a man. Little did he know that his 1963 hit movie, “The Great Escape”, would predict our state’s future. California has embarked on a risky public safety experiment that is showing signs of failure, but it is not too late to correct our course if we acknowledge those setbacks. If we fail to do so, this failure will almost surely become a more devastating catastrophe and cost more lives.
SACRAMENTO- Assembly Bill 1215, authored by Assembly Members Hagman and Holden, was approved unanimously on the Assembly Floor with a vote of 76-0. AB 1215 would help meet increased demand for care by expanding the definition of “laboratory director” for the purposes of a clinical laboratory test classified as waived under the Federal Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) to include clinical laboratory scientists (CLS).
AB 1215 has received broad bipartisan support, and is a step in the right direction for meeting future demands for care while ensuring patient safety. The bill will now move to the Senate for further consideration.
Assemblyman Hagman’s Bill to Ensure Education Expenditure Transparency Refused Passage in Education Committee
Sacramento— Assembly Bill 200, authored by Assemblyman Curt Hagman (R- Chino Hills), failed to pass out of the Assembly Education Committee with a 2-4 vote. AB 200 would have required school districts to report school site level expenditures of currently flexed categorical funds.
Sacramento— Assembly Bill 1309, authored by Assemblymember Henry Perea (D- Fresno) and co-authored by Assemblyman Curt Hagman (R- Chino Hills) including several legislators, passed the assembly floor with a 61-4 vote.