Monday, May 22, 2017


Saturday, May 6, 2017

SACRAMENTO - The Assembly Committee on Local Government voted unanimously today to approve AB 346, legislation by Assemblymembers Tom Daly (D – Anaheim) and William Brough (R – Dana Point). The bill would provide cities with greater flexibility in the use of housing funds to help the homeless. In a vote last month, the Assembly Committee on Housing and Community Development also unanimously approved the bill.

Monday, April 24, 2017

SACRAMENTO – Legislation by Assemblymember Tom Daly (D – Anaheim) to standardize practices designed to protect dental patients from potentially serious infections cleared its first hurdle last week in the State Capitol.

The Assembly Committee on Business Professions voted 15-0 on April 18 to approve Daly’s AB 1277. The bill requires the Dental Board of California to adopt new regulations to ensure that the water being used to perform certain invasive procedures on patients is free of potentially infectious agents.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

California’s Joint Legislative Audit Committee will proceed with an audit to investigate possible fraud in the state’s workers compensation system and hopes to have the results in 2018, a spokesman for state Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi, D-Torrance, told Business Insurance on Wednesday.

Assemblyman Muratsuchi, chairman of the audit committee, was named as the recipient of a March 3 letter to the committee from state Assemblyman Tom Daly, D-Anaheim, who in his letter was requesting the audit to prevent, detect and prosecute fraud.

The letter highlights the efforts made by lawmakers in the state to help curb fraud, but adds that

“despite all efforts, there is ample evidence that the system remains rife with fraud and waste in connection with providing care and related services to injured workers.”




Thursday, October 13, 2016

Cap and Trade infographic


The funds approved by the California Strategic Growth Council are designed to help Californians drive less and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions contributing to climate change.

Over  $12 million, for the Santa Ana Arts Collective, which will develop 58 affordable housing units.

Please see the detailed information about the project below:

Project Title:

Santa Ana Arts Collective

Project Location:

Santa Ana

Applicant Name:

Meta Housing Corporation

Project Type:


Disadvantaged Community:

86‐90 percent



Project Description:

Total Award:


Located in a jobs‐ and transit‐rich area of Orange County, the proposed Santa Ana Arts Collective (SAAC) repurposes a 1968 commercial building into 58 units of affordable housing. It would also convert Bush Street, one block from SAAC, into a bike‐ and pedestrian‐enhanced street that provides a safer route to the Santa Ana Civic Center. The project caters to artists and families earning 30 percent to 60 percent of area median income.


For more information from the California Strategic Growth Council

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

The Orange County Fair & Event Center is not going anywhere thanks to legislation signed by Governor Jerry Brown on Monday.

“I thank the governor for his support for my bill, which deletes the provisions of state law exposing the property to a potential sale,” said Assemblyman Tom Daly (D-Anaheim). “The Fair & Event Center is a source of pride and enjoyment for people across Orange County, and this ensures it will remain the special place that it is.”

Monday, September 12, 2016

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Monday prohibiting the sale of the Orange County Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Gov. Jerry Brown put pen to paper Monday and signed a bill that bars the sale of the Orange County Fair & Event Center property.

The bill, AB 1907, was introduced in February by state Assemblyman Tom Daly, D-Anaheim, and passed by wide margins in the Assembly and Senate, on June 1 and Aug. 17, respectively.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

A bill that would prevent the sale of the Orange County Fair & Event Center property is heading to Gov. Jerry Brown for review.

State Assemblyman Tom Daly, D-Anaheim, introduced AB 1907 in February, with the intention of striking down two provisions of state law allowing the sale of the 150-acre property by the state Department of General Services.