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Newsom’s budget boosts UC Riverside medical school funding

Roth, in partnership with assembly members Sabrina Cervantes and Jose Medina, both D-Riverside, introduced legislation last year to spend $80 million on a “dedicated facility” for the medical school, which opened in 2013. A boost in ongoing state funding was part of the bill, but final budget negotiations last summer left that increased support in limbo.

Inland Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes gives birth to triplets

Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes, D-Riverside, gave birth to two boys and a girl last week, her office announced Monday, Dec. 16.

“My wife and I … are deeply grateful for the love and support from our family, friends, and the medical team who have been with us on this exciting journey,” Cervantes said in a news release. “We look forward to celebrating the holidays with the three newest additions to our family.”

Cervantes and her family are in good health, the release added.

Sabrina Cervantes, legisladora latina de California, da a luz trillizos

La asambleísta de Corona, Sabrina Cervantes se convirtió en la primera legisladora de California en dar a luz a trillizos, dos niños y una niña.

“Mi esposa y yo hemos sido bendecidos con tres recién nacidos. Estamos profundamente agradecidos por el amor y apoyo de nuestra familia, amigos y el equipo médico que ha estado con nosotras en este emocionante viaje”, dijo en un comunicado.

“Estamos deseando celebrar estos días de fiesta con estos tres nuevos miembros de nuestra familia. Les pedimos sus oraciones y buenos deseos”, afirmó.

Cervantes and Family Welcome Triplets

(SACRAMENTO) – Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes (D-Corona) became the first California legislator to give birth to triplets while serving in office when she gave birth to two boys and one girl last week. Assemblymember Cervantes issued the following statement: