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As you may know, March is Women's History Month. In order to honor courageous women who continue to make a positive impact in our community, I am hosting my 2nd Annual Women of the Year Ceremony on Thursday, March 30th at the Berryessa Public Library,
3355 Noble Avenue in San Jose.

The ceremony will be from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

This year's honorees include:

  • Anu Natarajan, former Fremont Vice-Mayor
  • Hilary Keith, Santa Clara City Librarian
  • Jean Marlowe, President of the River Oaks Neighborhood Association

The event is free and open to the public, but space is limited. Please RSVP to my office at
(510) 794-3900 or e-mail senator.wieckowski@senate.ca.gov

I hope you can join me for this wonderful event on Thursday, March 30th.

It is an honor and a privilege to serve you in the California State Senate.

Bob Wieckowski 
Representing the 10th District


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SB 28 addresses high percentage of plea bargaining in domestic violence cases
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Sacramento – Today, Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill, SB 28, by state Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) to make it more difficult for abusive spouses who plead no contest to domestic violence charges to receive temporary or permanent spousal support in divorce proceedings. 

SB 594 improves child safety by requiring uniform and complete evaluations
July 17, 2015

Sacramento - A bill by Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) aimed at eliminating faulty and incomplete child custody evaluations was signed yesterday by Governor Jerry Brown.  SB 594 improves child safety and court efficiency by requiring uniform and complete investigations that meet mandatory minimum standards of practice. 

SB 594 improves child safety by requiring uniform and complete investigations
July 17, 2015

Sacramento - A bill by Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) aimed at eliminating faulty and incomplete child custody evaluations was signed yesterday by Governor Jerry Brown.  SB 594 improves child safety and court efficiency by requiring uniform and complete investigations that meet mandatory minimum standards of practice.

SB 641 grants important due process rights to consumers as states fight abusive, unfair practices
July 14, 2015

Sacramento – Less than a week after the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and 47 states announced a settlement forcing JP Morgan Chase to stop collecting on 528,000 accounts due to inaccurate information, robo-signing documents without proper verification and selling faulty, uncollectable debt, the Assembly Judiciary Committee passed a bill today by Sen. Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) to allow California victims of unfair debt collection practices to have their chance in court to set aside a default judgment wrongfully attached to their name.

SB 246 creates new program to coordinate state, regional and local adaptation efforts
July 13, 2015

Sacramento - Addressing a need to improve coordination of how California adapts to climate change, the Assembly Natural Resources Committee passed SB 246 by Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) today.  The bill creates the Climate Adaptation & Resiliency Program and is supported by several environmental organizations, and the Little Hoover Commission, which cited the need for a more unified approach in a 2014 report after a year-long study.

July 7, 2015

Sacramento – Senator Bob Wieckowski’s (D-Fremont) bill to allow low-income working Californians to keep a little more of their paychecks in order to meet their basic needs when their wages are being garnished passed the Assembly Judiciary Committee today.

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