(SACRAMENTO) – Today, the California State Senate voted out Senator Richard D. Roth’s resolution to rename the 60-91-215 Interchange the Joseph Tavaglione Interchange.
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(SACRAMENTO) – Today, Senator Richard D. Roth celebrated the money and programs coming to Senate District 31 thanks to the investments made in the California State Budget.
#1MOM, 1LOVE#LA, #Y0L0 — these could become license plates of the future if a state bill to fund homeless services passes. A bill by State Sen. Richard Roth, D-Riverside, is moving forward that would allow drivers to place a hashtag on a special license plate and have the price tag help fund mental health and substance abuse treatment for California’s homeless.
(SACRAMENTO) – June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month and today, Senator Richard D. Roth is applauding the State Legislature’s $40 million investment in mental health in the 2018-2019 proposed state budget.
California drivers may soon be able to help the state’s homelessness crisis. State Senator Richard Roth’s bill was recently approved by the state Senate and it creates a specialized license plate that uses the hashtag symbol as the first of the seven digits.
About Senator Roth
Richard Dale Roth was born November 6, 1950, in Columbus, Ohio and graduated from Ada High School (Ada, Ohio) in 1968, where he played in the band and was elected president of his junior class and the Student Council. He went on to Miami University ...