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Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel
20750 Ventura Blvd, #101
Woodland Hills , CA 91364
(818)346-4521
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Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel Representing the 45th Assembly District
About Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel :

Jesse Gabriel was first elected to the California State Assembly in June 2018. He represents the 45th Assembly District, which includes much of the west San Fernando Valley. Gabriel currently serves on five standing committees, and serves as the Chair of the Assembly Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection as well as Chair of the Select Committee on Jobs and Innovation in the San Fernando Valley.

Gabriel was recently elected by his colleagues as Chair of the California Legislative Jewish Caucus. In 2019, Gabriel was one of 100 leaders from across the state recognized as a "California Influencer" by The Sacramento Bee.

In his time in the Legislature, Gabriel has championed efforts to address California’s housing and homelessness crisis, strengthen public education, fight climate change, pass commonsense gun safety measures, and protect vulnerable communities. In his first full term, Gabriel authored nine bills that were signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom, including highly regarded measures to expand access to justice and protect communities at risk of hate-motivated violence. He also has fought to protect Californians during the COVID-19 pandemic, including through measures to increase testing, provide PPE to healthcare and essential workers, and deliver emergency financial relief to struggling workers and small businesses.

Gabriel also has been an outspoken leader on issues related to mass shootings and gun violence prevention. In 2019, he co-founded a legislative working group and partnered with former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and Moms Demand Action to enact more than a dozen new gun safety measures.

Before being elected to the Legislature, Gabriel worked as a constitutional rights and general litigation attorney, where he helped resolve complex disputes and represented clients before the United States Supreme Court. In 2017, Gabriel sued the Trump Administration in two landmark lawsuits to protect young people—known as Dreamers—who were promised protection under the DACA program. Gabriel also represented Holocaust survivors, victims of domestic abuse, and communities facing hate-motivated violence, and was honored with a California Lawyer Attorney of the Year (CLAY) award by The Daily Journal in 2018. Gabriel also worked to advance President Obama’s priorities as a senior advisor to Senator Evan Bayh.

A committed environmentalist and longtime community activist, Gabriel previously served as a Los Angeles County Commissioner and as a board member of the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters and the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. Gabriel lives in Encino with his wife Rachel Rosner—an affordable housing attorney—and their sons Ethan, Joshua, and Noah. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley and Harvard Law School.

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Appropriations

Primary jurisdiction is fiscal bills, including bonds and alternative public financing.

Banking and Finance

Primary jurisdictions are Financial Institutions, Real Property Finance, Consumer Finance, and Corporate Securities Law.

Higher Education

Primary jurisdictions are university, state university, and community college systems, postsecondary education, and student financial aid.

Housing and Community Development

Primary jurisdictions are building standards, common interest developments, eminent domain, farm worker housing, homeless programs, housing discrimination, housing finance (including redevelopment), housing, natural disaster assistance and preparedness, land use planning, mobile homes/manufactured housing, redevelopment: housing, and rent control.
Select Committees

Chair, Jobs and Innovation in the San Fernando Valley

Domestic Violence

Police Reform

Reproductive Health

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https://a45.asmdc.org/press-releases?page=1

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