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“Every day, Californians are being crushed by an affordability crisis,” Seyarto said in an email to his constituents May 16. “The average family is paying an extra $536 every month due to 40-year-high inflation, we lead the nation with an average price of $5.96 for a gallon of unleaded gas, and our residential electricity price is nearly 76% higher than the national average.”
The group is pushing for a vote on Assembly Bill 2457 which they describe as a bipartisan effort to suspend the gas tax.
Assemblyman Kelly Seyarto, R-Murrieta, a firefighter and paramedic in Los Angeles County for 30 years, said that “people should be able to discuss medical issues without the state impinging on that.” “The coronavirus is still a relatively new disease, and the vaccines are relatively new,” he said. “The doctor can decide the best course of treatment and shouldn’t fear that a recommendation will be deemed ‘disinformation.’” Assembly Bill 2098 would empower the California Medical Board to initiate investigations whenever there’s evidence that a physician’s COVID treatment decisions have “…
A bill aimed at improving the ability of parole agents to keep tabs on transient parolees who have been convicted of violent crimes, or who are required to register as sex offenders, has failed in committee. Assembly Bill 1827 is named The Kate Tibbitts Act of 2022 after the 61-year-old homeowner in Sacramento’s Land Park neighborhood who was killed. Those who voted in favor of the bill were: Assemblymembers Tom Lackey, R-High Desert, and Kelly Seyarto, R-Murrieta.
The legislation would implement a statewide tax exemption for military retirees. Ramos, who is the only Native American in the California Assembly, introduced the bill in January along with Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto (R-Murrieta).
City of Menifee officials celebrated the opening of the fifth park in the Audie Murphy Ranch community with a brief ceremony at Sunset Park this morning. Assemblyman Kelly Seyarto and a representative of Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh’s office presented the City with proclamations. 
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We take this opportunity to raise public awareness about sexual assault and educate communities and individuals on the resources available to survivors.
In the end, AB 1603 failed in a 2-4 vote. Only Assemblyman Tom Lackey (R-Palmdale) and Assemblyman Kelly Seyarto (R-Murrieta) voted to move the bill to the Appropriations Committee, while the other 5, all Democrats, either voted against the bill or abstained.
Committee Vice Chair Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto, R-Murrieta, who voted against the bill, raised concerns about maintaining access for youth in the community. He noted that several golf courses, including the Chester L. Washington course in Los Angeles, provide programs for youth who may not otherwise be able to drive another 10 or 15 miles to access another course. “I fear that losing space like that for them will be impacting their lives because, if it’s not available at Chester L. Washington and that’s turned into housing instead, then they’re not going to have the opportunity,” Seyarto…
California’s highest-in-the-nation gas prices are setting records and are only expected to get worse. The average price is now over $5 per gallon and more than a dollar above the national average. On Saturday, right here in Riverside County, the average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline rose 9.8 cents to $5.134, one day after recording its largest increase since July 2015. A recent report noted that California’s taxes, fees, and regulations increased gas prices by $1.27 per gallon. Worse, that number is set to rise even more when California imposes another $500 million in…