by Bonnie Corwin Patty Lopez insures your voice is heard in Sacramento. In 2015, she introduced 13 legislative bills signed into law four of which were:
• AB 1207, Training for Childcare Providers (childcare providers learn how to identify child abuse);
• AB 559 Monarch Butterfly Conservation;
• AB 1448 Right to Dry, saving energy;
• AB 260 Parenting Foster Youth; She also created five task forces to address key issues:
• Business Owners
• Special Needs Education
• Adult Education
• Veterans She is faithful to her constituents and provides on going informative workshops.
Along with all that, Lopez introduced resolutions such as:
Recognizing March 22-28 as Adult Education Week; Recognizing the first weekend of September as Salvadorian-American Day; Encouraged Congress to pass a Foster Care Tax Credit; Three community forums on the High Speed Train Project.
She was the first elected assembly democrat to publicly state the negative impacts on the High Speed Train in the 39th District.
She fights for her constituents, not lobbyists and special interests.
She participated in multiple community cleanup projects in Mission Hills, Pacoima, San Fernando, Sun Valley, Sylmar and the Tujunga Wash.
She participated in the 11th Annual Green California Summit, addressing more than 100 environmental, health, justice organizations on how to advance the state’s most pressing environmental priorities.
She participated in the Equine Health Fair in Lake View Terrace in 2015 and fully supports the Equine community, is working with DMV to establish new laws and drivers testing so that motorists understand how to drive in a horse community.
She is also the winner of the 2016 NWPC La Metro Leadership Award.