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Assembly Bill 13 would help conform California Law to HR 3230
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Rocky Chávez (R-Oceanside) announced Assembly Bill 13 passed on concurrence off the Assembly Floor with bipartisan support. AB 13 is currently on the Governor’s desk for signature.
“Last month the women and men of the California state legislature came together to support our veterans,” said Chávez. “As the original author of this bill and as a veteran myself I am thankful for the efforts made in both houses to get this done. Our veterans deserve the right to attend our great colleges and universities.”
Last weekend, we all read a blog post with some negative commentary about my policies and Assembly Bill 13, a piece of legislation I am carrying. My friend Chip Dykes took the liberty of sending me a piece he submitted to SD Rostra as a response of his own. Apparently he submitted the piece two days ago. In the interest of getting it in front of the readers, I decided to post it myself.
Chavez’s AB 13: Good for Veterans and California
By Chip Dykes
I am pleased to announce that AB 614 and AB 258 both passed out of the Assembly Veterans Affairs Committee today! Please read below for the Press Release.
TWO PIECES OF CHÁVEZ LEGISLATION CLEAR FIRST LEGISLATIVE HURDLE
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Rocky Chávez (R-Oceanside) announced today that his Assembly Bills 614 and 258 cleared their first legislative hurdles. Dealing with various veteran issues, both pieces of legislation passed out of the Assembly Veterans Affairs Committee.
If you have listened to KCBQ 1170 or many other San Diego radio stations in the last few weeks, you’ve no doubt heard the voice of Texas Governor Rick Perry. This month, Governor Perry launched a campaign to recruit jobs from California to Texas. While he did not visit San Diego in person, his commercials have been running on local radio stations. The commercial begins with the line “Building a business is tough, but I hear building a business in California is next to impossible.” Governor Perry goes on to tout the “low taxes, sensible regulations and fair legal system” California businesses would enjoy if they relocated to Texas.