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“Sending our kids the message that ‘Hey, we’re going to help you manage your drug addiction’ is not the answer,” said GOP Assemblyman Kelly Seyarto. The California Assembly on Thursday approved a controversial bill allowing Los Angeles, Oakland and San Francisco to set up places where opioid users could legally inject drugs in supervised settings.
Seyarto argued that requiring police officers to add additional frequency just for sharing information could create a barrier for their safety if they have to switch frequency while under duress. "For me, paramount in all of this is the safety of the police officers," Seyarto said.
Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto, R-Murrieta, announced he has selected MilVet as the 2022 California Nonprofit of the Year for the 67th Assembly District. Each year, in honor of California Nonprofits Day, legislators from across the state highlight a nonprofit from their district that has provided exemplary service to their community.
Menifee officials joined with representatives from Sen. Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh and Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto and the greater Menifee community Tuesday, May 31, to celebrate the ribbon cutting of the Lazy Creek Recreation Center. The grand opening ceremony coincided with the Tiny Tots and Little Learners Graduation, two of the many youth programs currently hosted at the newly remodeled facility.
California would be "creating an enabling program that enables people to continue to do what is very damaging and destructive, not only to themselves but to the public at large," said Republican Assemblyman Kelly Seyarto. The goal, he said, should be to "get them off of drugs and get them out of this dependency" instead of allowing it.
“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.
Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce held its 43rd annual gala at Fairfield Inn & Suites recognizing outstanding businesses and community members. Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh, representing the 23rd Senate District, and Assemblymember Kelly Seyarto representing the 67th Assembly District, pose for a photo with Spirit Award winners Cheryl Fuchigami-Bost from Rady Children's Hospital, Jake Isenhour from Temecula Valley Hospital and Jared Giles from Southwest Healthcare System during the chamber’s 43rd annual gala Saturday, April 30.
Kelly Seyarto Assemblymember, 67th District There is no way to pay back the sacrifices made by our veteran heroes and their families, but in Sacramento, we should do all we can to ensure their commitment to our country has not gone unnoticed or unappreciated. Here are just a few of the bills I am proud to write and co-write. After the death of a military service member, benefits received by widows and orphans from Survivor Benefit Plans are considered a taxable income source. Assembly Bill 1629  would make the first $20,000 of payments from SBP tax-exempt each year in California.
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 “…