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2023 Unsung Heroes of Assembly District 24 Recognized

On Friday, April 14th, Assemblymember Alex Lee hosted an award ceremony at the Fremont Downtown Event Center to recognize the Unsung Heroes of Assembly District 24. 26 individuals and organizations from across Assembly District 24 were recognized for their contributions and commitment to the betterment of the community.

Bills Introduced to Allow Local Governments and California to Have Public Financing of Elections

SB 24 and AB 270 would put a measure on the November 2024 ballot to allow voters to decide the matter

At a time when voters are more concerned than ever about the dominance of Big Money in politics, Senator Tom Umberg (D-Santa Ana) and Assemblymember Alex Lee (D-San José) have introduced parallel bills, SB 24 and AB 270, to restore control to local governments and the State by allowing them to enact new options for election campaign funding.

New Bill Provides Stronger Protection for Tenants Relying on Domestic Wells in Disadvantaged Communities

Assemblymember Alex Lee Introduces AB 664 to Ensure Tenants on Domestic Wells Have Access to Safe Drinking Water

Today, Assemblymember Alex Lee announced AB 664 to ensure that tenants of rental properties served solely by domestic wells have access to safe drinking water, if well owners do not consent to consolidation or extension of service from a receiving water system.

Black History Month Celebration

On Saturday, February 18th, Assemblymember Alex Lee celebrated Black History Month with Senator Aisha Wahab and Fremont Councilmembers Desrie Campbell and Teresa Cox at South Bay Community Church to recognize 7 community leaders:

Bill to Study Benefits of More Equitable Taxation for Property Introduced by Assemblymember Alex Lee

Today, Assemblymember Alex Lee introduced AB 362 in order to study statewide alternatives that could incentivize more building permits in the State of California. The bill would require the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration to study the efficacy of a statewide land value taxation system as a potential alternative to current appraisal methods for real property taxation.