Assemblymember Gipson and the California Legislative Black Caucus honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the Assembly Floor.
Assemblymember Gipson led a hearing of the Select Committee on Police Reform at the State Capitol.
Assemblymember Gipson led a hearing of the Select Committee on Infectious Diseases at California State University, Dominguez Hills in Carson.
Assemblymember Gipson participated in a ceremonial check presentation for funding for the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital.
Assemblymember Gipson held a press conference and went door knocking within the district to inform constituents about the COVID-19 Vaccine.
Assemblymember Gipson presented a check of $50 million to Charles Drew University.
Asm. Gipson gathered volunteers at Ted Watkins Park and performed door 2 door knocking to educate constituents on getting the vaccine. Mobile vaccine units in the Watts community were made available to constituents.
AB 889 (Homes for Families) seeks to create opportunities for first-time home buyers and working families to own homes and build generational wealth. Specifically, it corrects the excessive practice of large corporations buying up foreclosed or under market value homes in order to make profits from increasingly inflated rents.
Press conference at the State Capitol in response to the recent U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California decision on Miller v. Bonta, declaring California's assault weapons laws unconstitutional.