Assemblymember Dr. Akilah Weber Issues Statement on Protecting Patients in the Care of Trusted Doctors
SAN DIEGO—Today, Assemblymember Dr. Akilah Weber (D-La Mesa) issued the following statement regarding doctors’ whose licenses have been reinstated following sexual misconduct against patients:
Many California cities have banned flavored tobacco and e-cigarettes. San Diego should be next.
Weber, M.D., is a state assemblymember who represents the 79th Assembly District. She lives in La Mesa.
There is no vaccine for addiction, which means global pandemics like the COVID-19 pandemic will come and go while the public health crisis of tobacco addiction could rage on indefinitely — with the most devastating impact in Black neighborhoods.
Assemblymember Akilah Weber Presents HR 74 Declaring COVID-19 Health Misinformation a Public Health Crisis
Assemblymember Akilah Weber Introduces HR 74, Declaring COVID-19 Health Misinformation a Public Health Crisis
SACRAMENTO, CA — Today, Assemblymember Akilah Weber (D-San Diego) introduced HR 74, a resolution that speaks to the importance of curbing the dissemination of public health misinformation and the threat that it poses to our society. The California State Assembly successfully adopted this resolution today, declaring COVID-19 health misinformation as a public health crisis.
Assemblymember Dr. Akilah Weber Seeks to Better Prepare Students for College Success With the Passage of AB 914
SACRAMENTO - Assemblymember Akilah Weber issues the following statement on AB 914, which passed out of the Senate unanimously (39-0):