Press Release

Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Assemblymember Dr. Arambula and Assemblymember Wood with visiting UC team to Capitol
Assemblymember Dr. Arambula and Assemblymember Wood with visiting UC team to Capitol
Assemblymember Dr. Arambula and Assemblymember Wood with visiting UC team to Capitol
Assemblymember Dr. Arambula and Assemblymember Wood with visiting UC team to Capitol
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Assemblymember Dr. Arambula speaking at CSU Champion Press Conference
San Jose State University President Mary Papazian with Assemblymember Dr. Arambula
Assemblymember Dr. Arambula presents CSU Champion Award to San Jose State University President, Mary Papazian
Assemblymember Dr. Arambula presents CSU Champion Award to San Jose State University President, Mary Papazian
Monday, February 26, 2018

(Sacramento) - Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno) spoke passionately about the importance of protecting immigrants from El Salvador in his floor speech supporting House Resolution 69, which urges Congress and the President to reinstate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Salvadoran immigrants. “It is a shame that the TPS designation is being terminated –it is a clear sign to our Salvadoran sisters and brothers that they are no longer safe in this country,” Assemblymember Arambula said.

Thursday, February 22, 2018

(Fresno)  - While introducing a bill to provide emergency housing assistance to students at risk of becoming homeless, Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno) spoke about the importance of helping at-risk students stay in college. “It is a sad reality that many of our students go to bed hungry and are worried about where they are going to sleep at night, when they should be focusing on their dreams and aspirations,” said Assemblymember Arambula.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

(Sacramento)  Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno) introduced legislation aimed at curtailing the over-prescription of opioids, reducing the potential for abuse. “This year, I am authoring AB 2384, legislation that will place a 7-day mandatory limit on the initial filling of those prescription opioids that have the highest potential for abuse,” said Dr. Arambula.