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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Assemblymember’s bill to increase funding for removal of abandoned oil wells passes committee

 

(SACRAMENTO) – The Assembly Natural Resources Committee voted 9-0 Monday in favor of Assembly Bill 2404, authored by Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell (D – Long Beach).

Friday, April 6, 2018

Teacher for more than 20 years, O’Donnell will host 4th annual teacher recognition event

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Chair of Assembly Education Committee leads bi-partisan effort to secure ongoing state funding for critical K-12 vocational education programs

Thursday, March 15, 2018
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
2018 Women of Distinction Recognition Ceremony
Tuesday, March 13, 2018

(Long Beach) – Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell (D–Long Beach) hosted “Shark Day” at CSU Long Beach, which featured a special presentation on shark awareness and safety from CSULB Shark Lab Director Chris Lowe. Assemblymember O’Donnell highlighted Assembly Bill 2191, his bill to provide grant funding for research of the increasing numbers of sharks along the California coast, as well as protection efforts for sharks and beachgoers. “As a parent, my priority is the safety of our kids,” Assemblymember O’Donnell said. “This bill is about learning why there are more sharks and how to deal with the increase, so we can keep our kids safe at the beach.” Check out this Assembly Access video for more on Shark Day at CSULB and AB 2191.