(Four more Garcia bills move on to the Governor’s desk)….The bills were voted out of the Assembly this week.
They must be signed by the Governor before they become law. The bills authored by Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia are; AB 434, the Point of use, point of entry water filtration systems bill would require the State Water Resources Control Board to adopt regulations allowing water filtration systems in the Eastern Coachella Valley to protect residents against unsafe levels of arsenic in their drinking water; AB 1059, Cal Enviroscreen 2.0 Border Environmental Data. The bill improves public health for communities along the California/Mexico Border; AB1095 is the Salton Sea Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2015; AB 355, the Unclaimed Property, Safe Deposit boxes. There is no specific date for the Governor to sign or reject the bills on his desk.