While the Assembly is in recess for the month of July‚ my staff and I are staying active with the community leaders and constituents in AD01- the largest geographical district in California. A few fun facts you might not know about our district…
We may have the most area to cover‚ but my staff of five and I are honored to serve you wherever you are located in the 1st Assembly District. Just this week‚ my Senior Field Representative Alice Bennett‚ attended the Peace Officer of the Year ceremony in Shasta County where the following individuals were recognized for their outstanding service:
REDDING POLICE DEPARTMENT
Officer Tim Jaegel
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Parole Agent III Jennifer Cross
SHASTA COUNTY PROBATION DEPARTMENT
Supervising Probation Officer Tyler Wilson
SHASTA COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT
Deputy Zachary Miller
SHASTA COUNTY MARSHAL’S OFFICE
Deputy Anthony Phillips
CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL
Officer Jason Morton‚ ID 17855
ANDERSON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Officer Nash Folden
SHASTA COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE
Investigator Alexander N. Houston
We are incredibly grateful for our law enforcement and for the sacrifices they make to keep our communities safe. Congratulations to the 2021 award winners for Peace Officer of the Year.
Meanwhile‚ in Sacramento‚ my Legislative Director Doria Wallentine is hard at work helping me prepare for August 3rd’s Appropriations Committee where 376 measures are set to be heard. 376 measures means hundreds of pages and countless hours of reading. I am thankful to have a hard working and dedicated team behind me‚ helping me stay on top of the vast legislation coming across my desk and represent you well in Sacramento.
My team and I are available to assist you in any way we can. If you’d like to contact my office‚ simply respond to this email.
Assemblywoman Megan Dahle
|Individuals with Concealed Carry Permits – Info. Leaked by DOJ Firearms Dashboard Portal from CA’s Attorney General
Last week‚ every Californian with a concealed carry permit had their personal information posted online. Information including but not limited to name and home address.
Attorney General Rob Bonta‚ California’s top law enforcement official‚ has failed to keep Californians safe – negligently posting the private and sensitive information of legal gun owners and CCW permit holders on the internet.
This is another glaring example of Governor Gavin Newsom and his appointed Attorney General Rob Bonta’s inability to keep Californians and their personal information safe. Whether it’s getting violent criminals and repeat offenders off our streets and behind bars‚ or keeping your most private information safe‚ they are leading this state in an unsafe direction and violating Californians privacy.
Unfortunately this type of irresponsible and incompetent leadership has become what Californians are accustomed to. You deserve better. I sent this letter to Attorney General Rob Bonta‚ in response to his failure along with my Assembly Republican colleagues.
Click here to get additional updates specific to this topic.
As we enter the hottest months of the year‚ I cannot overstress the importance of wildfire preparedness. The 1st Assembly District has seen some of the greatest wildfire devastation in California‚ which is why we should be the most prepared. Here are some important things to do in the event of a wildfires:
|Request to Protect the Trucking Industry
Earlier this week my Republican colleagues and I joined together to urge Governor Newsom to delay the implementation of AB 5 or exempt independent truckers entirely from its employee reclassification test. Between California’s port crisis and nationwide inflation reaching record highs‚ AB 5’s employment standards for independent truckers can lead to more strain on our economy and supply chain‚ and‚ ultimately‚ yet another increase to the already unbearable inflation numbers we are seeing.
Read the letter to the governor here.
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Assemblywoman Dahle is Honored to Serve
Butte County‚ Lassen County‚ Modoc County‚ Nevada County‚ Placer County‚ Plumas County‚ Shasta County‚ Sierra County‚ & Siskiyou County.