SACRAMENTO, CA - The Senate Water and Natural Resources Committee approved Assembly Bill 552 by Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) by a vote of 7 – 2. The measure will provide funding for planning and implementation of climate adaptation projects in California’s coastal zone.
SACRAMENTO—Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) has introduced Assembly Bill 376 which establishes a Student Borrower Bill of Rights, ensuring that individuals with student loan debt are given reliable information, quality customer service, and meaningful access to repayment and forgiveness programs. This groundbreaking legislation will make California the first in the nation to offer student loan borrowers the same comprehensive protections that consumers with mortgages and credit cards take for granted.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) has introduced Assembly Bill 552, legislation to protect California’s coast in the face of sea level rise and other climate change impacts. The bill will fund climate adaptation projects in California’s coastal zone by creating the Coastal Adaptation, Access, and Resilience Program (CAARP).
SACRAMENTO—Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) has introduced Assembly Bill 1363, a measure that will ensure utility executives make wildfire prevention decisions that align with their customers’ interests.
SACRAMENTO— The Legislature has approved AB 3066 by Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) to help mobilehome owners resolve disputes with mobilehome park owners.
“Affordable legal help for mobilehome owners is almost non-existent when it comes to resolving disputes with owners of mobilehome parks,” said Stone. “For people on fixed incomes, litigation without assistance is too expensive and burdensome, even in cases of serious quality-of-life issues. I urge the Governor to approve this necessary measure.”
SACRAMENTO— The Legislature has approved a measure by Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) to protect and restore the habitat of California’s iconic monarch butterfly. AB 2421, which received bipartisan support, provides funds and guidance for farmers, ranchers, nonprofits and public agencies to restore monarch habitats across the state.