Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry
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California is committed to protecting and strengthening access to reproductive health care services so that every person can access safe abortion.

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California Wildfires

My office has compiled a list of wildfire resources that help you mitigate risk as well as find help when recovering from the aftermath of wildfire season.

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Build 2024 Deck

ACA 1 will propose to voters a constitutional amendment to lower the necessary vote threshold from a 2/3 supermajority to 55% to approve local general obligation (GO) bonds.

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Assemblymember Aguiar-Curry’s Payday Lending Transparency and Consumer Protection bill is Signed by the Governor

SACRAMENTO, CA – Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry’s (D – Winters) bill, AB 1636, was signed into law by Governor Brown last week. This critical consumer protection measure will increase accountability of “Payday Lenders” in California through strengthening the tools Department of Business Oversight (DBO) uses to oversee, regulate, and review lenders’ reports.

Governor signs Aguiar-Curry protestion bill

Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry’s bill, AB 1636, was signed into law by Governor Brown last week.

The consumer protection measure will increase accountability of “Payday Lenders” in California through strengthening the tools Department of Business Oversight (DBO) uses to oversee, regulate, and review lenders’ reports.

Governor signs Aguiar-Curry’s tax liability bill

SACRAMENTO — On Monday, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a bill by Assemblywoman Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, D-Winters, to extend the state of California’s authority to operate the “Offer in Compromise” program. In the event a business owner can’t afford to pay an unanticipated tax liability, this program allows the taxpayer to pay the maximum amount feasible — a compromised offer — and continue to stay in business.

$330 Million Dollar Bill for Rural Broadband Negotiated by Assemblymember Aguiar-Curry Heads to Governor’s Desk

SACRAMENTO, CA – AB 1665, Joint-Authored by several bipartisan Assemblymembers, including Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D – Winters), Eduardo Garcia (D – Coachella), and Brian Dahle (R – Bieber), was approved on the Senate Floor Wednesday before heading back to the Assembly for concurrence on Friday. It passed with overwhelming bipartisan support in both houses. This bill is the result of the successful negotiation of a $330 million bill package to expand broadband access and digital literacy in communities deprived of a reliable internet connection.

Several past efforts to increase funding to close the connectivity gap between the “haves” and the “have-nots,” known as the “Digital Divide,” were intensely opposed by the largest telecommunications and cable companies. After a three-year stalemate, this bill represents a cooperative effort between legislators of both houses and both parties, consumer advocates, and representatives from the telecommunications and cable industries to invest in broadband access and rural development.  

Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry delivers bill for Napa’s Farmworker housing to the Governor

Sacramento, CA – Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D-Winters) passed AB 317 out of the Assembly, completing its journey through the legislative process. The bill, which secures a long-term funding solution for Napa County’s farmworker housing passed off the Senate and Assembly floors this week with bipartisan support.

“These centers are an invaluable asset to our farmworkers and our local economy,” said Aguiar-Curry after the bill’s passage. “This brings us one step closer to ensuring Napa County can keep its one-of-a-kind housing program running. AB 317 means safe, reliable, and affordable housing for our region’s farmworkers.”

Assemblymember Aguiar-Curry Issues Statement on Trump Rescission of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

DAVIS, CA – Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D-Winters) reacted today to the Trump Administration’s action to rescind the Obama Administration’s Executive Order establishing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program:

“Today, President Trump continued his Administration’s aggressive attack on immigrants when he turned his back on 800,000 undocumented young people by terminating DACA,” said Aguiar-Curry.  “Rounding up law-abiding children will not make anyone safer.  DREAMers, who were brought to this country as young children, have done nothing to deserve the President’s attacks.  In most cases, these children have struggled to succeed, as Americans, in school, work, and in their communities.”

Assemblymember Aguiar-Curry Moves District Office to Davis

DAVIS, CA – Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D-Winters) announced today that she has relocated the Yolo County District Office to Davis. The new office is housed in the Yolo County Office building, within walking distance of Davis City Hall, the University of California, Davis, Congressman Garamendi’s office, and downtown businesses.

The Assemblymember hopes that by moving to Davis, she can foster stronger relationships with the UC Davis community. Aguiar-Curry believes that the state legislature needs to harness the resources and experts of the university to reach better policy decisions.

Aguiar-Curry waste management bill signed by governor

Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 1572, authored by Assemblywoman Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, D-Solano.

This bill gives the California Department of Resources and Recycling Recovery (CalRecycle) greater flexibility in ensuring locals comply with sustainable waste management law while reducing burdens associated with oversight for areas that exceed state requirements.

Aguiar-Curry’s first bill signed by governor benefits local growers

A bill authored by Assemblywoman Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, D-Solano, was signed in to law by Gov. Jerry Brown.

Assembly Bill 768 makes the Direct Marketing Program operated by the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) permanent. The program empowers the state’s farmers to sell their produce and products directly to customers at Certified Farmers’ Markets without being required to follow the same packing and labeling requirements as products in grocery stores.

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