Right now, legislation is quickly making its way through the legislature that will dramatically change healthcare in the State of California.AB 1400 would create a government-run single-payer system called CalCare. Its companion measure, ACA 11, is its funding mechanism which would, with the approval of the voters, amend California’s Constitution to impose unprecedented tax hikes. If these pass, the government will be in charge of your health coverage. If that happens, Read More...
Francisca Magana, general manager of the restaurant, said nearly 200 local residents have been hired as employees of the restaurant. Some of those joined her and guests for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Proclamations were presented by Zimmerman, Assemblyman Kelly Seyarto and a representative of Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh's office.
Riverside County officials broke ground Friday for a nine-courtroom, three-story Justice Center in Menifee. The new courthouse will eventually become part of a civic center including a new City Hall in the middle of Menifee Town Center on Newport Road. State Assemblyman Kelly Seyarto was among the many dignitaries present at the groundbreaking ceremony. "Being able to expand the courthouses so our judges can actually do their job is so important," Seyarto said. "The Read More...
SACRAMENTO, CA – This week, Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto (R-Murrieta) introduced his 2022 Veterans Bill Package to offer simple solutions to ensure California’s Veterans receive the benefits they have earned. AB 1629 seeks to relieve the children and spouses of our great men and women in uniform from the undue burden of taxed Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) payments. Much like a life insurance policy, SBPs are an optional benefit that military service members may opt to Read More...
Yesterday, the governor released his proposed $286 billion budget spending plan for this year. That is $23.9 billion more than last year. This “blueprint” includes: An additional $2.7 billion for various state COVID-19 response efforts $1.2 billion over two years for forest health and fire prevention  $750 million for immediate drought response $1.5 billion over two years for affordable housing development $2 billion over two years for investments to address Read More...
Today is the first day of the 2022 legislative session. That means new bill proposals, new budget discussions, and new business being discussed in Sacramento. It has been my absolute honor and pleasure to represent you and our 67th district this past year, and I am ready to tackle all the hard work that lies ahead.   My priority has always been listening to your needs and fighting for the issues and concerns of our communities.   In 2021, my team assisted over 2000 Read More...
The New Year is almost here! While many of us plan on gathering with friends and family to celebrate, please remember to stay safe by using a designated driver, public transportation, or a rideshare service. New Year’s Eve has been labeled “the most dangerous night on U.S. roads,” and on average, over 300 people die in drunk-driving related crashes during the New Year holiday season. As a former first responder, I have seen the tragedy of drunk and impaired driving Read More...
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!   Wishing you and your loved ones a joyous, healthy, and safe holiday season.    May you have the opportunity to create wonderful new memories with your family and friends.   It is a privilege to serve you and our 67th District. Thank you.
The state could be holding some of your money! The California State Controller's Office has close to $10 billion in unclaimed property. California law requires banks, insurance companies, corporations, and other entities to submit their customers’ property to the state when there has been no activity for a period of time. California safeguards this lost or forgotten property as long as it takes to reunite it with the rightful owners. Common types of unclaimed property Read More...
Today is Small Business Saturday!   Consider exploring your hometown for that perfect cup of coffee, holiday shopping, and locally sourced goods!   Small Businesses are truly the lifeblood of every community. They are the number one supporters of kids athletics and employ the majority of Californians.   When you decide to shop small, not only do you support a small business and a dream, but you uplift our community at the same time.   If you cannot support a small Read More...