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Deadline nears for Assemblymember’s ‘There Ought to be a Law’ Program

Source: King City Rustler

“Some of the best, most effective policy ideas originate not in Sacramento, but from our community,” Rivas said. “Listening to our constituents produces better solutions for our communities and California as a whole.”

CALIFORNIA — As the state legislature resumed last week, Assemblymember Robert Rivas is reminding the public to participate in his office’s third annual “There Ought to be a Law” Program. 

First introduced in December 2019, the program invites constituents of the 30th Assembly District to submit state policy proposals for the upcoming 2022 legislative session. Deadline to submit a policy proposal is Friday, Jan. 14.