Al Muratsuchi - Assemblymember, District 66
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$8 - Parking
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Al Muratsuchi - Assemblymember, District 66Get Tickets
Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi will be giving an inside look at the State Legislature and a fresh perspective for the current legislative session. This will include a review of some of most pertinent bills and initiatives currently in the California Legislature which are important to Los Angeles and to California.
About Assemblymeber Al Muratsuchi
Assemblymember Al Muratsuchi (D-Torrance) represents California’s 66thAssembly District, located in the South Bay of Los Angeles County. He is a former prosecutor and Deputy Attorney General with the California Department of Justice and a former Torrance School Board member.
As a state legislator, Muratsuchi is fighting for the South Bay and the California Dream. His priorities are jobs, education, public safety, the environment, and veterans. As a father and husband, Muratsuchi is fighting to keep the South Bay a special place to live and raise a family.
Jobs are a top priority. As Chairman of the Assembly Select Committee on Aerospace, Muratsuchi wrote AB 777 and AB 2389, laws that support aerospace leaders like SpaceX and Northrup Grumman grow and create thousands of local jobs. Muratsuchi also wrote AB 2188, a law that streamlines bureaucratic regulations to help small businesses. For his work, Muratsuchi has received the California Legislator of the Year Award from the California Solar Energy Industries Association, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, and Global Automakers.
Education is also a top priority. As former Chairman of the Assembly Budget Subcommittee on Education Finance, Muratsuchi helped deliver essential funding for our K-12 schools, the University of California, the California State University, and California community colleges. In 2017, Muratsuchi delivered $10 million in dedicated funding for the Southern California Regional Occupational Center (SCROC) in Torrance.