SACRAMENTO – On June 14th, 2021, Assemblywoman Megan Dahle (R-Bieber) issued the following statement regarding the passage of the spending framework for California’s proposed $267 billion budget: “While this plan for state spending is just a rough outline, I am pleased to see prioritization of broadband and some support for businesses, which is essential to expediting our state’s recovery. “However, once again I’m disappointed to see that not all schools are treated equally, and this budget would cut non-classroom based charter schools out of $3.3 billion in federal and state dollars for expanded learning time.
SACRAMENTO – On June 3, 2021, Assemblywoman Megan Dahle (R-Bieber) and other Assembly Republicans were successful in stopping legislation advanced by the majority party in Sacramento that would have imposed a costly excise tax on firearms, and several bills proposing more burdensome environmental regulation and red tape on businesses.
AB 925 clears Assembly Public Safety Committee with full Support Assemblywoman Dahle advances legislation to increase the availability and affordability of Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Evidentiary Exams. - Press Release
SACRAMENTO – On April 13, 2021, Assembly Bill 925 by Assemblywoman Megan Dahle (R-Bieber) passed out of the California Assembly Public Safety Committee on a vote of 7-0 in support of the bill. The legislation will provide greater reimbursement to providers of Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations. These exams are a critical avenue for justice for victims of sexual assault, but there is currently limited access to them as reimbursement is severely limited, and the exams are time consuming and costly for providers to perform.
State lawmakers have approved a six-point-six billion dollar plan aimed at pressuring school districts not already open to return students to the classroom before the end of the year. It doesn’t order districts to resume in-person learning. Instead, the state will tempt cash-strapped school boards with two-billion dollars, if they reopen campuses by the end of the month. Meanwhile, some Republican lawmakers, including Brian and Megan Dahle, negotiated amendments that ensure that districts that have been open, in some form, can also tap into the funding…
OP/ED: High-Speed Rail gets millions while California burns & forestry projects get defunded - Op-Eds
The issue of wildfire is one California leaders have neglected for decades and only seem to pay attention to nowadays between the months of May through October, as year after year, our state is devastated by catastrophic fire. Since the beginning of 2020, there have been over 8,400 fires in California that have destroyed over 4 million acres. 96,000 Californians have been displaced by these fires, but our Governor and the majority party in power continue to dance around the issue without seriously committing to address it. Why? Because they are beholden to special interest environmental groups that have driven out the timber industry, done away with controlled burning, and forbid proper forestry practices, leaving our lands ripe for catastrophic fire.