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As Chair of the Assembly Aging and Long Term Care Committee, Assemblymember Ash Kalra (D-San Jose), is having an informational hearing on Long Term Care and Support Services in Los Angeles on Wednesday, November 15th from 10am to Noon at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel. The Committee will gather information on the long term care resources available to Californians and listen as the public and experts provide stories on how long term care is working for caregivers and those being cared for. 

 

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Woman of the Year, Teresa Castellanos

"In the month of March, we recognize all women for their selfless dedication and contribution, and this year I have the honor of recognizing six remarkable women in Assembly District 27. Hosting the Second Annual Women's History Month Celebration event is close and dear to me, as we come together to honor these women for their courage, determination, and sacrifices made to improve our communities. Congratulations to the six phenomenal women of Assembly District 27. We are proud to have you as part of our community," stated by Assemblymember Ash Kalra.

Monday, April 9, 2018

(Sacramento) - A coalition of workers’ unions and health care advocates joined Assemblymember Ash Kalra (D-San Jose) to unveil legislation that delivers health care price relief for Californians. Assembly Bill 3087 is in response to new reports that show more than 40 percent of Americans skipped a doctor visit when they were sick or injured in the last year because of the high cost of health care. “AB 3087, the Health Care Price Relief Act, is a breakthrough for Californians who are suffering from out-of-control health care prices,” said Assemblymember Kalra.

Monday, March 26, 2018

SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Ash Kalra (D-San Jose), who represents downtown San Jose, submitted a letter today to the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit’s (BART) Board of Directors expressing support for the Phase 2 of the Silicon Valley extension to be done using a single-bore tunnel design.

Thursday, February 22, 2018
Assemblymember Kalra Welcomes a Canadian Delegation Including Lawrence MacAulay, James Villeneuve, Rana Sarkar, and Sergeant Major Doug Spencer
Assemblymember Kalra Welcomes a Canadian Delegation Including Lawrence MacAulay, James Villeneuve, Rana Sarkar, and Sergeant Major Doug Spencer
Assemblymember Kalra Welcomes a Canadian Delegation Including Lawrence MacAulay, James Villeneuve, Rana Sarkar, and Sergeant Major Doug Spencer
Thursday, February 15, 2018
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Kalra_AB 2500 Safe Consumer Lending Act PC 02-15-18

(Sacramento) - Assemblymember Ash Kalra (D-San Jose) has introduced Assembly Bill 2500, the Safe Consumer Lending Act, a bill to protect California families from abusive high-cost installment loans.

“California has no shortage of predatory lenders. We see them pop-up around the state, especially in low-income neighborhoods,” said Assemblymember Kalra at a State Capitol news conference. “These types of loans, those with exorbitantly high interest rates, hurt hard working families the most.”

AB 2500 would extend California’s current interest rate cap to all consumer loans between $2,500 and $10,000. 

Friday, February 16, 2018

(Sacramento) - Assemblymember Ash Kalra (D-San Jose) has introduced Assembly Bill 2500, the Safe Consumer Lending Act, a bill to protect California families from abusive high-cost installment loans. “California has no shortage of predatory lenders. We see them pop-up around the state, especially in low-income neighborhoods,” said Assemblymember Kalra at a State Capitol news conference.