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.
A hearing conducted by the Select Committee on Police Reform took place in Room 4202 at the State Capitol.
Assemblymember Gipson and other members were sworn-in during a ceremony at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.
The Select Committee on Police Reform took place at the State Capitol.
Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson assists organizations and local elected officials during a Labor Day Food Drive in Wilmington, Ca.
Assemblymember Gipson joined the Watts Community for its First Annual “Walking n’ Watts” Father’s Day March for Justice and Equality. The Assemblymember walked to the intersection of Compton Ave. and 103rd from Nickerson Gardens and laid on the ground for 8:46, in recognition of George Floyd.
This Assemblymember Gipson joined Kinecta Credit Union, LA Galaxy and Dignity Health Sports Park for a Community Backpack Giveaway at Dignity Health in Carson.