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Assemblymember Dr. Corey Jackson Applauds Governor Newsom's Commitment to Critical Services amid $32 Billion Budget Deficit

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Sacramento - Assemblymember Dr. Corey Jackson praises Governor Newsom's commitment to upholding essential services and ensuring that vital programs continue to meet the needs of our communities, with particular emphasis on the most vulnerable individuals, all while effectively managing the significant $32 billion budget deficit.

"Although we must continue talks about California’s workforce and mental health initiatives, I commend Governor Newsom's May Revise for safeguarding critical services despite the daunting budget deficit," stated Assemblymember Dr. Corey Jackson. "By prioritizing the needs of our constituents and maintaining a steadfast focus on providing tangible solutions, we can collaborate to address the pressing concerns of Californians, such as Housing, Mental Health, and Child Care, which are of paramount importance to their well-being. I eagerly anticipate the forthcoming work as the California Legislature navigates the Governor's May Revise."

Ongoing collaboration with the legislature ensures that the state budget remains resolute in addressing the urgent requirements of our constituents. It is crucial that we maintain an unwavering dedication to delivering practical solutions to Californians, particularly in the areas of housing, mental health, and child care.