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Una subcomisión del Senado presidida por la Senadora Catherine Blakespear, Demócrata de Encinitas, y encargada de mejorar el apoyo a la línea ferroviaria costera que va de San Diego a San Luis Obispo ha pedido a una agencia estatal que asuma un papel de liderazgo en la gestión de la línea y las muchas agencias de transporte involucradas en él.




SACRAMENTO – Legislation by Sen. Catherine Blakespear, D-Encinitas, to improve bike safety and access in coastal areas by making it easier for bike lanes to be constructed passed two Senate committees on Tuesday.




State Senators Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, and Catherine Blakespear, D-Encinitas, announced new legislation today that would bolster California’s “Red Flag” law and other state statutes that prevent gun violence.




LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. – Sen. Catherine Blakespear, D-Encinitas, presented a $510,000 check to Age Well Senior Services, Inc., on Thursday to procure six vehicles to provide non-emergency transportation services to medical appointments throughout Orange County to seniors who have mobility challenges.




VISTA, Calif. – Sen. Catherine Blakespear, D-Encinitas, presented a $5 million check to the City of Vista on Wednesday to provide interim and permanent supportive housing units for people experiencing homelessness in North San Diego County.




VISTA, California – La Senadora Catherine Blakespear, D-Encinitas, presentó un cheque de $5 millones a la ciudad de Vista el miércoles para proporcionar unidades de vivienda de apoyo provisionales y permanentes para personas sin hogar en el norte del Condado de San Diego.




OCEANSIDE, Calif. – Sen. Catherine Blakespear, D-Encinitas, on Monday presented The Plot restaurant in Oceanside with a resolution for being selected as her Senate District 38 Small Business of the Year.




SACRAMENTO – Legislation by Sen. Catherine Blakespear, D-Encinitas, to encourage the development of housing units that serve unhoused individuals with little or no income and the greatest needs was signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday.