(SACRAMENTO, CA) – More than half of California’s bridges are damaged and in need of repair. Today, Assemblymember Chris Ward (D-San Diego) has introduced AB 2120 to ensure local governments receive enough funding to preve
(SACRAMENTO,CA) – Civil grand juries play an important role in California’s criminal justice system and help provide municipal oversight. However, they are not always representative of the demographics of a particular area.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) — “Today’s report from the California State Auditor’s Office confirms what many in the community have inferred and raised concerns about,” said Assemblymember Chris Ward (D-San Diego).
(SACRAMENTO, CA) — To address the growing concern of firearm precursor parts, also known as ghost gun kits, Assemblymember Chris Ward's AB 311 passed in the Assembly. The bill would prohibit the sale of ghost guns at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) – In an effort to reduce the barriers that create burdensome delays for military spouses who hold out-of-state teaching credentials, Assemblymember Chris Ward (D-San Diego) introduced AB 1675.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) – In an effort to assist local cities and counties in coordinating their actions to address the existential threat of our ongoing climate crisis, Assemblymembers Chris Ward (D- San Diego), Steve Bennett (D-Santa Barbara), Kevin Mullin (D-San Mateo), and Bill Quirk (D-Hayward) are championing AB 1640.
In an effort to ensure California’s comprehensive gun laws are followed, Assemblymembers Phil Ting (D-San Francisco), Chris Ward (D-San Diego) and Mike A.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill (AB) 218 by Assemblymember Chris Ward (D – San Diego) into law, to create a process for Californian’s seeking a change of gender to also request that their marriage license, certificate, and their children's birth certificates be reissued with their updated gender affirming information.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) - Today, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill (AB) 223 by Assemblymember Chris Ward (D - San Diego) into law, making it unlawful to sell, or possess with the intent to sell, any Dudleya illegally taken from its natural habitat on state lands.