SACRAMENTO – Today, Senator Bob Archuleta (D-Pico Rivera), along with colleagues in both the State Senate and Assembly, submitted a formal letter to Governor Gavin Newsom applauding his efforts for enacting Executive Order N-79-20, which requires all in-state sales of new passenger cars and trucks be zero-emission by 2035, and heavy-duty vehicles by 2045. In particular, the letter highlights and applauds a critical element of the Executive Order; that it remains neutral on what technologies will be used to achieve this goal.
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Senator Bob Archuleta Year in Review
2020 has proven to be a very challenging year. COVID-19 has affected almost every aspect of our daily lives. From our physical and mental health to our financial and educational opportunities, and just when we thought it could not get any worse, wildfires, boosted by climate change, have ravaged our State and polluted our air. However, if 2020 has taught us anything it is to be thankful for what we do have and to not take anything for granted.
Enhancing Protections for Immigrant Communities
California State Senator Bob Archuleta (D-Pico Rivera) released the following statement:
Governor Newsom has signed into law Senator Archuleta’s Senate Bill 905, the Background Check Security Act. SB 905 has been highlighted amongst other pieces of legislation that continue California’s landmark leadership in the protection and inclusion of immigrant communities. Senator Archuleta is proud to contribute to this leadership and thanks the Governor for recognizing the importance of making all communities to feel safe.
SACRAMENTO – California State Senator Bob Archuleta (D-Pico Rivera) released the following statement:
Senator Bob Archuleta was included amongst the state’s top leaders on climate action when his legislation – Senate Bill 895 – was signed in to law as a part of Governor Newsom’s strategy to “Strengthen California’s Climate Leadership.”
Since elected in 2018, Senator Archuleta has been a key advocate in the Legislature for reduction of diesel emissions and greenhouses gases in the Golden State, specifically in his district, where emissions remain a serious health issue.”