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Addis Joins Community for 5th Annual Juneteenth Jubilee in Seaside

SEASIDE, CA — Assemblymember Dawn Addis (D-Morro Bay) joined community members and leaders over the weekend for the 5th Annual Juneteenth Jubilee Celebration, hosted by the Monterey County Black Caucus. The event commemorated the end of slavery in the United States and celebrated African American culture and heritage. 

Addis Local Choice & Safety Bill Advances to Senate

SACRAMENTO – A bill by Assemblymember Dawn Addis (D-Morro Bay) to affirm local-decision making on oil and gas operations has passed the Assembly. Assembly Bill 3233 reinforces the authority of local governments across California to regulate or prohibit oil and gas operations, bolstering efforts to protect community health and the environment.

Addis Delivers Address on Offshore Wind Energy

SACRAMENTO — Assemblymember Dawn Addis (D-Morro Bay) delivered an address at the 2024 Pacific Offshore Wind Summit this week, joining a diverse coalition of stakeholders including state and federal leaders and renewable energy experts.

Addis Issues Statement on the May Revise

SACRAMENTO — Assemblymember Dawn Addis (D-Morro Bay) issued the following statement in response to Governor Gavin Newsom's revised budget proposal for the 2024-25 fiscal year:

Addis Honors Kate Daniels on Holocaust Remembrance Day

SACRAMENTO – As part of the California Legislature commemoration ceremony of Holocaust Remembrance Day – or Yom HaShoah – this week, Assemblymember Dawn Addis (D-Morro Bay) recognized Monterey County District 5 Supervisor-Elect Kate Daniels, granddaughter of Holocaust survivor Renate Ricci Abelmann.

Bill to Protect Residents from Oil and Gas Pollution Passes Committee

SACRAMENTO—A bill by Assemblymember Dawn Addis (D-Morro Bay) that safeguards local governments' authority to protect residents from oil and gas pollution secured approval in its first policy hearing.

Assembly Bill 3233, the Local Environmental Choice and Safety Act, passed out of the Assembly Natural Resources Committee with a final vote of 8-3.