Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Sacramento – Governor Jerry Brown released his proposed 2018-19 budget earlier today and Speaker pro Tem Kevin Mullin (D-San Mateo) released the following statement in response:

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

(Sacramento) – In this latest edition of Assembly Speaker pro Tem Kevin Mullin’s (D-San Mateo) Capitol Connection video newsletter he talks about the very productive and consequential work done by the Legislature in 2017 and the measures he authored that have been signed into law by Governor Brown. In January 2018, laws on transparency in election ads, expanding services for young people suffering from serious mental illness and affordable housing for teachers in the community where they work will become effective.

Friday, November 24, 2017

Assemblyman Mullin 2017 Legislative Highlights graphic

The recently completed legislative session in Sacramento was one of the most productive and consequential in years. You can learn more about my signed bills and the signed bills that I co-authored here.


Saturday, October 7, 2017

Sacramento – Today, Governor Jerry Brown signed the California DISCLOSE Act (AB 249), a landmark bill that gives California the strongest campaign disclosure law in the nation.

Friday, September 15, 2017

CA Disclose Act

AB 249 Would Bring Increased Transparency to Campaign Funding

Sacramento – The California DISCLOSE Act (AB249) has passed the Assembly with bi-partisan support and now moves on to Governor Brown. This landmark bill will fundamentally change how campaign financing is disclosed in the State of California.

Thursday, August 31, 2017

(Sacramento) – California State Assemblymember Kevin Mullin (D-San Mateo) testified before a Senate committee about his legislation, Assembly Bill 249-Full Disclosure Act. If enacted, AB 249 would make it easier for voters to identify the top-funders of campaign ads and would be the “strongest campaign law on the books,” according to Assemblymember Mullin.  Watch this Assembly Access Video to learn more.

Thursday, August 31, 2017

(Sacramento) – Assembly Speaker pro Tem Kevin Mullin (D-San Mateo) joined students and elected officials at a State Capitol news and rally to support Assemblymember Evan Low’s proposal to lower the voting age from 18 to 17 in California (ACA 10). The press conference and rally was part of a Capitol Day in which over 30 Youth Commissioners from six Bay Area cities learned about the legislative process and met with their state representatives. “This is not a partisan issue,” said Assemblymember Mullin. “Young people are moving towards no party affiliation so the key is to get young people engaged.”  Here’s more in this Assembly Access video.

Thursday, August 24, 2017

(Sacramento) – Assemblymember Kevin Mullin (D-San Mateo) is moving Assembly Bill 249, the California DISCLOSE Act, through the state legislature. AB 249 would amend the Political Reform Act of 1974 so voters know who is really paying for ballot measure ads — in the ads themselves.   “In 2016, $473 million was spent funding statewide ballot measures and we must find a way to shed light on the dark money that exists in these campaigns," Assemblymember Mullin told a crowd of supporters at the Stater Capitol. Here’s more in this Assembly Access video.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

(Sacramento) – Legislation authored by Assemblymember Kevin Mullin (D-San Mateo) could be a game changer for mental health care in California. Assembly Bill 1315 calls for greatly expanded resources for the early detection of psychosis and other symptoms of serious mental illness in young people in California and to respond with evidence based intervention and treatments. "We actually know how to do this," Assemblymember Mullin said to the Senate Health Committee when he presented AB 1315.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Bill Amends the Political Reform Act

July 20, 2017
For Immediate Release

Sacramento – Speaker pro Tem Kevin Mullin has assumed authorship of AB 249, after its original author, former Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez departed the Assembly for Congress. This change of authorship was confirmed on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 by the Senate Rules Committee.