SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Quirk (D-Hayward) selected Dig Deep Farms as his 2022 Small Business of the Year Honoree. Every year, the California Small Business Association encourages members of the California Legislature to honor small businesses in their district. Assemblymember Quirk will be touring Dig Deep Farms San Leandro location and looks forward to honoring them at a future date.
HAYWARD – California State Assemblymember Bill Quirk is pleased to announce his 2022 Annual Women of the Year. Every March, the State Assembly honors women from across the state for their remarkable contributions to the community in celebration of Women’s History Month.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Bill Quirk (D-Hayward) is advancing efforts to disband the state cultivation tax on cannabis that burdens the legal industry. AB 2506, jointly authored by Assemblymember Tom Lackey (R-Palmdale), suspends the cultivation tax and maintains neutrality with state revenues by increasing the excise tax applied at the retail level.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Bill Quirk (D-Hayward) introduced AB 2060 yesterday to establish a public member majority on the Medical Board of California (Board). AB 2060 is sponsored by the Board and is a coordinated partnership between the Board and Assemblymember Quirk.
Editor's note: Hydrogen for the Holidays is a series of stories to end 2021 and begin 2022 that takes a closer look at several angles of the energy resource—from supply to storage to the companies building the technological bridge to consumers.
Hydrogen is increasingly seen as an important variable in the transition to clean energy in transportation. California is counting on a growing capability to produce and store hydrogen in the next decade to help meet many of its net-zero emissions and climate change goals.
But where is the hydrogen market now?
LOS ANGELES, Sept.