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November 1, 2019

“There’s so much more respect for immigrants in general,” Ms. Rubio says in a phone interview from Mexico, where she was traveling in a delegation with California’s lieutenant governor, Eleni Kounalakis. “And there is so much more respect” for elected Latino officials, she adds. 

October 21, 2019

Senator Rubio said her work on homelessness won’t end with securing the $5.6 million or creating the housing trust and that she hopes to inspire other regions to seek innovative solutions to help house their residents.

“I want us to be a model for the county and even all of California, and I think we can get there,” Rubio said.

October 16, 2019

“The system is broken and designed to protect the abusers. It’s outrageous,” Senator Rubio said. “Victims are punished for defending themselves and their children and punished when they don’t.”

October 7, 2019

La senadora Susan Rubio recordó por su parte que nació en Ciudad Juárez y que en algún momento fue indocumentada y deportada: La meta es mantener a las familias unidas y proveer ayuda humanitaria. Estamos muy comprometidos con eso.

August 19, 2019

The San Gabriel Valley Public Affairs Network organized a luncheon meeting at Baldwin Park, featuring Califonia State Senator Susan Rubio, who represents the 22nd Senate District. Rubio introduced Califonia’s legislative updates to the audience.

August 7, 2019

“When my story broke, so many women decided that they wanted to tell their stories to me, hundreds of them,” Rubio said. “One of the things that I found was common in all of the stories that were told to me is that that there is a deep-rooted trauma and paralyzing fear that comes from their experience — and some of them take years to overcome.”

July 24, 2019

Two state bills that would prevent the construction of a SR-710 extension tunnel will not include language addressing the possibility that Caltrans would relinquish control of the northern and southern stubs to a local city, according to state officials who were present at a meeting discussing freeway traffic in the San Gabriel Valley.

July 22, 2019

Representatives of cities affected by the recent decision to kill the extension of the 710 Freeway voiced concerns Friday about plans to close the Alhambra freeway “stub” at the 10 Freeway.

Alhambra has envisioned reclaiming the 51 acres of concrete freeway lanes from the 10 Freeway north to Valley Boulevard and transforming them into a regional park.