? Newsom’s Tiny Homes Project Has Produced Tiny Results
California Assembly Republican Caucus
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3d ago
$24 billion in promises made, none of them kept.  SACRAMENTO – Over a year ago, Governor Newsom promised to send 1,200 tiny homes to cities across California as part of his strategy to end homelessness. Just one problem: not a single tiny home has opened yet, as CalMatters reported today.  With a homeless crisis this bad, you’d think the Governor would be working overtime to address the crisis. But if there is anything the governor is good at, it’s making a splashy promise, then completely failing to deliver. After all, why fix California’s problems when you can vacation in Italy ..read more
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Gallagher Calls for California Universities to Re-Open for In-Person Classes
California Assembly Republican Caucus
by asmrc_admin
2w ago
“It’s time to restore order and get students back in the classroom.”  SACRAMENTO – Today, after the UCLA administration allowed pro-Hamas demonstrators to force classes online, Assembly Republican Leader James Gallagher called on California’s public universities to reopen for in-person instruction. “Students’ rights are being trampled by protestors and administrators who are unable or unwilling to protect students” said Gallagher, “It’s time restore order and get students back in the classroom. UCLA classes remain online for at least the rest of the week, while Cal Poly Humboldt has g ..read more
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?♂️⏰Running Out The Clock: Newsom Can’t Solve CA’s Problems, So He’ll Just Try To Wait Them Out
California Assembly Republican Caucus
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2w ago
“Hide and Seek” is a child’s game, not advice on how to run a state.  The governor can’t run out the clock on major issues forever, but he’ll sure give it a try.  We’ve all seen pro-Hamas demonstrators seizing buildings, shutting down campuses and harassing Jewish students in the last few weeks. But Governor Newsom has been a ghost, apparently hoping the unrest would end with the school year. Wishing a problem will go away on its own isn’t a great strategy, but it seems to be one of the Governor’s favorites. He’s relied on gimmicks, borrowing and delays to make our $73 billion de ..read more
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?Another Newsom Carveout???
California Assembly Republican Caucus
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1M ago
“If this rule is too expensive for Newsom’s administration, what makes him think it’s OK to force it on businesses?”  Last week the Newsom administration rolled out a new air conditioner mandate for California workplaces that’s expected cost businesses hundreds of millions of dollars. If that sounds like a lot of money to you, the Governor agrees. That’s why he encouraged a special carve out for his administration and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.   “California already has one of the most brutal business climates in the country. The last thing we ne ..read more
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Assembly Republicans Tour U.S.-Mexico Border, Discuss Human Trafficking, Fentanyl
California Assembly Republican Caucus
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1M ago
SACRAMENTO – Last week, Assembly Republican Leader James Gallagher (Yuba City), Assemblywoman Diane Dixon (R-Newport Beach) and Assemblyman Joe Patterson (R-Rocklin) traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border to discuss human trafficking and the fentanyl epidemic with border security officials.  During the trip, lawmakers met with Border Patrol staff to discuss challenges faced by their agents and what can be done at the state level to help with border security. Solutions included the deployment of additional National Guard members to help the Border Patrol, allowing more cooperation between sta ..read more
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The Buck Stops Over There: Newsom Demands “Real Accountability” From Everyone But Himself
California Assembly Republican Caucus
by asmrc_admin
1M ago
Gov. Newsom loves to preach about accountability in California’s fight against homelessness. Since 2018, he’s been a broken record, demanding measurable results from just about everyone: 10/10/18: “[W]e’ve laid out a detailed, comprehensive strategy to address the homeless crisis […]. And we’ve laid out prescriptive, measurable opportunities to actually make a real impact…” (Fox2 KTVU). 2/19/20: “We must replace California’s scattershot approach with a coordinated crisis-level response. […] And we will [reduce homelessness] with real accountability and consequences.” (2020 State of the State ..read more
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Field of Schemes: Newsom & Capitol Dems Strike Out With Budget Deal
California Assembly Republican Caucus
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1M ago
SACRAMENTO – Today, Assembly Republican Leader James Gallagher issued the following statement on the early action budget deal announced by Gov. Newsom and Democrat legislative leaders:   “This deal is a swing and a miss from Democrats. California’s budget has major league problems and Newsom is proposing JV solutions. With a $73 billion deficit, this gimmicky agreement is not the homerun Gavin thinks it is. The emotional, real truth of this budget is visceral to the Californians who will pay the price for Newsom’s delusions and exaggerations.” ### The post Field of Schemes: Newsom & ..read more
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In Case You Missed It: Newsom has to Eat his Words as his Economic Predictions Implode
California Assembly Republican Caucus
by asmrc_admin
1M ago
California Now Expected to Fall to World’s Sixth Largest Economy, While Governor Newsom Remains out of Touch with Reality.  Today, The Sacramento Bee highlighted a recent report saying California’s economy will fall to the sixth largest in the world, trailing behind India. The article points out California’s GDP grew only 2.1% last year, ranking California as 32nd for growth in the United States and below the US average of 2.5%. But apparently, all is fine and dandy in Newsom’s pocket universe. He has gone as far as to say:  •     “California is a remarkable ..read more
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Republican Leaders Call on Newsom to Release PaneraGate Documents
California Assembly Republican Caucus
by asmrc_admin
2M ago
Public records request includes “bakery exemption” documents, communications between Newsom admin & donor.  SACRAMENTO – Assembly Republican Leader James Gallagher and Senate Minority Leader Brian Jones have sent a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom requesting records from his office to shed light on the origin and negotiation process of the “bakery exemption” to California’s fast-food labor law that has been at the center of the PaneraGate scandal.  The letter calls on the governor to release all documents related to the exception, as well as ..read more
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PaneraGate Update: Legislative Republicans Call on Bonta to Investigate Crooked Minimum-Wage Exemption Deal
California Assembly Republican Caucus
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3M ago
SACRAMENTO – Today, Legislative Republicans called on Attorney General Rob Bonta to launch an investigation into allegations of “pay-to-play” politics in the crafting of Assembly Bill 1228. The bill, which increased the minimum wage for fast-food workers by 25%, contains an unjustified carveout that benefits a longtime acquaintance of Governor Gavin Newsom. The request from Assembly Republican Leader James Gallagher (Yuba City), Senate Minority Leader Brian Jones (San Diego) and Assemblyman Joe Patterson (R-Rocklin) comes in the wake of a Bloomberg  ..read more
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