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"Gas prices are out of control. Let's suspend the gas tax, stop using foreign oil and focus on energy independence policies that don't place new burdens on working families," said Republican Assemblymember Suzette Martinez Valladares, who issued the Republican "prebuttal" to Newsom's speech. "We must end the energy policies that punish Californians while rewarding countries like Russia and China for their bad behavior."  
Assemblymember Suzette Martinez Valladares said: “Like Californians across the state, I am disgusted by Putin’s thuggish and unlawful invasion of Ukraine."
“That’s really inspiring for young women in politics and business because it’s not always easy,” Valladares said. “And when you have examples like Cheri Fleming that are leaders in our community, that are mentors for our women and our girls in our community, we are in good hands.”
Assemblywoman Suzette Martinez Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, announced that her bill to increase access to state child care services and preschools passed the Assembly floor with no opposition. Assembly Bill 321 would make low-income dual-language learners eligible for priority enrollment. 
Assemblywoman Suzette Martinez Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, announced a bill package Wednesday to protect crime victims and ensure their voices are heard during the parole process.  
Valladares Statement on Government-Run Healthcare Legislation
Assemblywoman Suzette Martinez Valladares (Santa Clarita) issued the following statement today on AB 1400, the bill to end private insurance in California. The bill is expected to be taken up on the Assembly Floor later today. “I wholeheartedly believe that every individual deserves access to affordable, quality health care. “Most Californians access their care through their employer-funded healthcare plans, Medi-Cal, Medicare, or Covered California, giving them choices not only in plans, but in doctors. AB 1400 abolishes these plans to create a single, government-run healthcare system –…
A bill by Assemblywoman Suzette Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, that would provide increased access to state childcare services passed the Assembly with no opposition Thursday.
Assemblywoman Suzette Martinez Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, announced that her bill to increase access to state child care services and preschools passed both the Assembly’s Committee on Human Services and Committee on Education with unanimous support this week. The bill, AB 321, would make low-income dual language learners eligible for priority enrollment.
In a live interview with KHTS on Wednesday, Santa Clarita Assemblywoman Suzette Martinez Valladares discussed two assembly bills that are changing education across California, making back-to-school supplies temporarily tax-free and childcare increasingly dual-language focused.
Assemblywoman Suzette Valladares and State Senator Scott Wilk have weighed in on the effectiveness of the “California Blueprint,” the budget proposal released by Governor Gavin Newsom earlier this week.