Senator Melissa Hurtado Issues the Following Statement on the Fresno County Stage 2 Variance RequestMay 18, 2020
SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, State Senator Melissa Hurtado (D-Sanger) issued the following statement on the Fresno County Stage 2 Variance Request:
As a representative for the southern Central Valley, I’ve experienced firsthand the struggles that rural communities are currently facing due to the pandemic. Local leaders in the communities are grappling with an increase number of unemployment, closure of businesses and limited access to health care services.
Press ReleaseMay 15, 2020
For Immediate Release
May 14, 2020
Senator Melissia Hurtado Releases Statement on May Revision
NewsletterMay 4, 2020
There is still time to be counted! The census has officially been extended so if you have not filled out the questionnaire already, please visit https://2020census.gov to respond today!
Press ReleaseApril 28, 2020
SACRAMENTO, CA – This year, Senator Melissa Hurtado (D-Sanger) introduced legislation to address the statewide shortage of minority healthcare providers among the COVID-19 crisis. SB 1110 will establish the California Medicine Scholars Program (CMS), a three-year pilot program in four regions across the state that creates a pre-medical pathway pipeline program, in partnership with California Community Colleges.
NewsletterApril 15, 2020
As our state continues to address the current COVID-19 crisis, regular communication is more important than ever. To keep you better informed on important issues and help provide resources we will be sending out weekly newsletter updates. In this newsletter, you will find information related to the food assistance, what to do if you cannot pay rent, resources for mental health, and other important CARES Act updates. If you know of an important issue we should be discussing please contact me or my staff with your ideas.
NewsletterApril 7, 2020
HEALTH CARE SERVICES UPDATE
Medical Supplies: Governor Gavin Newsom launched a website, www.covid19supplies.ca.gov, to get critical supplies to the front line of California’s fight against the COVID-19 crisis. The website allows individuals and companies to donate, sell or offer to manufacture 13 of the most essential medical supplies.
NewsletterApril 3, 2020
This week, California has provided a wide range of guidelines to assist communities during the COVID-19 Crisis. From expanding services to California’s aging communities to addressing the increase in unemployment rate, my staff and I are dedicated to continue offering additional guidance to the southern Central Valley. Included in this newsletter are some of the latest updates and resources.
NewsletterMarch 26, 2020
All the information flowing around today’s news stream may be, at times, overwhelming. That’s why today, I’d like to offer some resources to help you and your family in how we can best tackle this pandemic together.
Press ReleaseMarch 17, 2020
SACRAMENTO, CA – California Senator Melissa Hurtado (D-Sanger) issued the following statement on COVID-19 and Senate District 14:
Press ReleaseMarch 12, 2020
SACRAMENTO, CA – Numerous cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) disease 2019 have been reported in California, including a Fresno County man who tested positive but is now in recovery. To take action and prepare for COVID-19 the California Department of Public Health recommends: