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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.
Assemblywoman Suzette Valladares has worked for faith-based nonprofits helping underserved constituents. New Year’s resolutions are a great time to focus on what’s important, what has been accomplished and what needs to be done, according to Valladares.
In a recent on-air interview with KHTS reporter Jade Aubuchon, assemblymember Suzette Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, reviewed her first year serving in office.
California’s prolonged wildfire season and concerning drought conditions threaten to subject hundreds of thousands of residents to a new round of power blackouts if our state government doesn’t take meaningful action.
Suzette Martinez Valladares, Republican Assemblywoman from Santa Clarita, joins to discuss her family's history in California and how it has shaped her views on issues like criminal justice, her recent resolution to honor Nancy Reagan, her work in the legislature's Problem Solvers Caucus, and why "we need more moms" in the state legislature.
"A resolution introduced by Assemblywoman Suzette Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, would honor the former first lady, who would have been 100 years old on July 6, for a whole year."
Assemblywoman Suzette Martinez Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, has rejected a salary increase approved for legislators, saying she doesn’t want to take a pay bump as thousands of her constituents are still struggling amid the economic fallout triggered by the pandemic. 
“Many of my constituents are struggling and not receiving the government services they need. With this in mind, I am denying the approved legislative pay increase,” [Valladares] wrote.