As a member of the State Assembly, Sabrina Cervantes was successful in sending four bills to the Governor’s Desk in 2020. These bills include:
- Assembly Bill 639 creates a task force to study how to address labor and automation issues at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
- Assembly Bill 1457 will create a pilot project for regional workforce training centers to help workers who are unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic find new jobs.
- Assembly Bill 2606 will provide local governments with more resources to keep our communities safe by requiring county probation departments to provide information on criminal offenders on post-conviction supervision to a statewide database.
- Assembly Bill 2730 will improve local governments’ ability to rapidly evacuate vulnerable populations like our seniors and foster children when a disaster, like a wildfire, strikes.
As our State Assemblymember, Sabrina Cervantes has delivered commonsense solutions to the problems we face and results for our families. In her role as Chair of the State Assembly’s Committee on Jobs and Economic Development, she is helping lead California’s economic recovery from the recession caused by COVID-19, and she is working to create good jobs in the Inland Empire. Sabrina is a lifelong Riverside County resident. In the State Assembly, she has worked to:
SUPPORT LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS in their transition to distance learning models.
KEEP NEIGHBORHOODS SAFE by prioritizing funding for police and fire protection.
HELP BUSINESSES RECOVER from the economic shutdown and recession