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Assemblymember Mike Fong Sends Bills to Support College Students, Essential Workers, and Small Businesses to the Governor

For immediate release:

SACRAMENTO – The California State Legislature has passed, with strong bipartisan support, AB 1811, AB 1958, AB 2003, AB 2158, and AB 2917, bills authored by Assemblymember Mike Fong (D-Alhambra). On August 26th, Governor Newsom signed AB 1811, a bill that requires local flood control districts to plan for climate change, into law.

“I am honored by the support from my colleagues on these bills and proud of what we were able to accomplish in a short time. Each bill addresses important issues we face as Californians,” Assemblymember Fong said.

The bills on the Governor’s desk are:

  • AB 1958 – establishes the Community College Student Access, Retention, and Debt Cancellation Program.
  • AB 2003 – assists essential workers in their career pursuits by directing the California Workforce Development Board to develop model career pathways for essential workers.
  • AB 2158 – requires members of the governing boards of school districts and county offices of education, and members of the governing bodies of charter schools to receive training in ethics every two years.
  • AB 2917 – requires the California Commission on Disability Access to gather data and create educational materials to address and facilitate compliance with accessibility standards for websites, parking lots, and exterior paths of travel.

The Governor has until September 30 to sign or veto bills.  Bills signed into law take effect on January 1, 2023.


沙加緬度—在兩黨的大力支持下,加利福尼亞州議會通過了 AB 1811、AB 1958、AB 2003、AB 2158 和 AB 2917 法案,這些法案由議員 Mike Fong (D-Alhambra) 起草。 在8 月 26 日由州長紐森簽署 AB 1811法案,該法案要求當地防洪區規劃氣候變化,使其成為法律。



  • AB 1958 – 建立社區學院學生入學、保留和債務取消計劃
  • AB 2003 – 通過指導加州勞動力發展委員會為基本工人開發示範職業道路,協助基本工人的職業追求
  • AB 2158 – 要求學區和縣教育辦公室的管理委員會成員以及特許學校管理機構的成員每兩年接受一次道德培訓
  • AB 2917 – 要求加州殘疾人訪問委員會收集數據並創建教育材料,以解決和促進遵守網站、停車場和外部旅行路徑的可訪問性標準

總督必須在 9 月 30 日之前簽署或否決法案。这些法案于2023年1月1日签署生效。



Assemblymember Mike Fong was elected to the 49th District of the California State Assembly in February 2022, representing Alhambra, Arcadia, El Monte, Monterey Park, Rosemead, San Gabriel, San Marino, Temple City, and parts of Montebello and South El Monte.