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), passed with overwhelming bipartisan support on the Assembly Floor yesterday. This bill is the result of the successful negotiation of a $330 million package to expand broadband access and digital literacy to communities deprived of a reliable internet connection.
SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, Assembly Joint Resolution 15 cleared the last hurdle in the legislative process, passing the State Senate by a margin of 27-8. Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D – Winters), joined by coauthors Assemblymember Jim Wood (D – Santa Rosa), and Senators Bill Dodd (D – Napa) and Mike McGuire (D – Healdsburg), introduced the measure after President Trump ordered a review of national monuments designated by 16 Presidents (8 Democrats, 8 Republicans) over the past 111 years. The resolution, passed on the 111th Anniversary of
(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry (D-Winters) knows the availability of high-speed Internet access is essential for economic competitiveness and quality of life…and she knows many rural and low income communities still don’t have broadband access. That’s why she’s pressing for passage of Assembly Bill 1665, the Internet For All Now Act.
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