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2023 Annual Report

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Explore the Annual Report for a snapshot of 60th Assembly District’s recent achievements. See the bills signed into law by the Governor covering important issues like Education, Public Safety, and Foster Care. Learn about our district budget wins, demonstrating strategic investments in our region and look ahead to upcoming projects and initiatives. Stay informed and be part of our journey toward a better future. Access and download report.

Annual Report

Assemblymember Dr. Corey Jackson Stands Firm Against Defunding of Crucial DEI Programs in Inland Empire School Districts

In the challenging landscape of school district budget decisions in the Inland Empire, school boards are targeting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programs as one of the first to be defunded. Assemblymember Dr. Corey Jackson expresses deep concern over these developments, emphasizing the vital role of these initiatives. Dr. Jackson cautions against external radical extremists leveraging a tight budget year to undermine the significance of programs that benefit our students of color, staff, and community.

Assemblymember Dr. Corey Jackson Makes Request to Widen Investigation into Riverside County Sheriff's Correctional Facilities and its Leadership

Moreno Valley — Assemblymember Dr. Corey A. Jackson has formally requested the Office of the Attorney General to expand the ongoing civil rights investigation to include allegations of sex trafficking and drug trafficking by Correctional Deputies within the Riverside County Sheriff's Department. This request is in response to recent reports concerning these activities within Riverside County's correctional facilities, which fall under the supervision of Corrections Assistant Sheriff Edward Delgado.

AB 1078 Ends Book Banning in California

SACRAMENTO — Assembly Bill 1078, authored by Assemblymember Dr. Corey Jackson, has achieved a historic milestone today as Governor Gavin Newsom signed it into law. This significant legislation, designed to stop book banning in California schools, is now in effect due to the bill's urgency clause.