News & Press Releases
Senator Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) has introduced Senate Resolution 43, urging the National Trust for Historic Preservation to recognize Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU) in Los Angeles as an historic site eligible to receive Federal grants.
Sacramento --- The California State Budget will allocate $11.3 million to Compton Community College. These funds will support the preparatory work necessary for Compton Community College to register students as an independently accredited college beginning in the summer of 2020.
“I am excited about the future of Compton College under the leadership of Dr. Keith Curry. I have no doubt that Compton College will provide our families and children with excellent educational opportunities within our community.” said Senator Steve Bradford.
“I am pleased to support a balanced budget that provides for childcare, education, and social services. This is a well-balanced, fiscally responsible framework for the 2017-2018 fiscal calendar. The commitment to investing in education, reestablishing top-tier social programs, and supporting the effectiveness of the judicial system will combat poverty, protect working-class Californians, and increase safety for all the citizens of this great state. As chair of the Senate Labor Committee, I applaud the Governor for his progressive approach.”
Senator Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) has introduced Senate Bill 343, to provide an exclusion from state income tax for residents of a housing development known as the Carousel Tract in Carson, California.
In the 1960’s, an industrial property was sold by the Shell Corporation to the Barclay Hollander Curci Corporation to create a housing development of 285 homes in the city of Carson. In 2016 workers began to remove contaminated soil left buried under residential property in the Carousel neighborhood.
My condolences and sympathy are extended to the families of Marquintan Sandlin and Kisha Michael in recognition of the loss of their loved ones.
Last week a statement was issued by my office that did not take into consideration that the officers involved in the incident were immediately placed on leave and never returned to work. It also did not acknowledge the Mayor’s press conference within days of the February 2016 tragedy where he gave a synopsis of what was known about the shooting at the time.