RANCHO CORDOVA – Assemblymembers Ken Cooley (Rancho Cordova), Kevin McCarty (Sacramento) and Jim Cooper (Elk Grove) announced their efforts to address public safety on the American River Parkway after the brutal slaying of 20-year-old Emma Roark. Local communities and neighboring families have been increasingly riled by the level of violence, dangerous debris and enviro
RANCHO CORDOVA – On Monday, March 14th, 2022, the State Assembly sent a bipartisan letter to President Biden urging swift actions to adopt policies to welcome displaced Ukrainians. This letter emphasized the urgency of the matter and recommended the use of humanitarian parole as a mechanism to quickly allow refugees to seek asylum in the United States.
RANCHO CORDOVA – Assemblyman Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova) announced that his Assembly Bill 820, which aims to spur lending to small businesses especially hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic by allowing qualified lenders to receive a tax credit for loans distributed during this trying time, has passed the Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation with bipartisan support.
RANCHO CORDOVA – On Monday, February 8, Assemblyman Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova) introduced AB 472, the Equitable Campsite Reservation for All Act, which would extend consumer protections to campsite reservations for state and local parks by prohibiting the use of “bots” in securing reservations.
RANCHO CORDOVA – Assemblyman Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova) announced today his support for Governor Gavin Newsom’s comprehensive plan to reduce homelessness in California.
I started the day at Woodridge Elementary School in Foothill Farms participating in National Walk to School Day with Walk Sacramento. Walk to School Day is a great reminder to promote healthy living and safe routes for children to walk and bike to school in our community. Later this afternoon, Woodridge Elementary is hosting a bicycle safety class and obstacle course.
Rancho Cordova – On Wednesday, August 7th, Assemblyman Ken Cooley honored the Herald Store as the 8th Assembly District’s 2019 Small Business of the Year.
RANCHO CORDOVA – Assemblyman Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova) released the following statement after news broke that a lawsuit settlement will permit Yosemite National Park to resume using its historic landmark names.