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For other people named Tony Mendoza, see Tony Mendoza (disambiguation). Antonio "Tony" Mendoza (born April 22 1971 in Los Angeles, CA) is a member of the California State Assembly, representing the 56th District. Before serving in the Assembly, Mendoza was a fourth grade teacher in East Los Angeles and served as a mayor and city councilman in Artesia. Contents 1 Career 2 Legislative Accomplishments 3 Current Legislation 4 Community work 5 56th Assembly District 6 Personal life 7 References 8 External links // Career After receiving his Bachelor's Degree in Political Science: Public Administration from California State University at Long Beach and his Multiple Subject Bilingual Teaching Credential from California State University at Los Angeles, Mendoza taught elementary school for 10-years in East Los Angeles. During his teaching years with the Los Angeles Unified School District, Mendoza served as a member of the board of directors with United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) and as a representative with the California Teachers Association (CTA) and the National Education Association (NEA). In 1997 Mendoza ran a grassroots campaign in his hometown of Artesia as a candidate for city council. His platform on securing Artesia neighborhoods from gangs resonated with the community and Mendoza became the youngest and first Latino member of the Artesia city council and the youngest to serve as mayor at the age of 26. Mendoza served three successful terms on the Artesia city council before running for the State Assembly in 2006. Now in his second term, Mendoza represents the communities of Artesia, Norwalk, Santa Fe Springs, Hawaiian Gardens, Whittier, South Whittier, Los Nietos, Lakewood, Buena Park and Cerritos. Legislative Accomplishments Mendoza has authored several bills that have been signed and adopted into law since arriving in the Assembly. Most notably are his bills that deal with health, public safety and the environment. AB 97 made California the first in the nation to ban the use of Trans Fats in food preparation in all California restaurants, cafeterias and bakeries. AB 1291 helps parents take a lead role in the life of their child; the child who has been charged and convicted of a first-time gang related offense can jointly enroll with his or her parent or parents in anti-gang courses to prevent further involvement in gang activities. AB 1488 requires smog checks for lightweight diesel vehicles to ensure they are running clean. Current Legislation Mendoza's current legislation is a mix of education, consumer and employment bills. AB 63, just signed by the Governor, protects consumers by requiring retailers that issue a service contract or extended warranty to maintain a copy on file for the life of the contract and make it available to a consumer within 10 days of a request. AB 943 would end the practice of using a person's credit report as a part of the hiring process with the exception of positions that deal with large sums of cash or expensive property. AB 857 places highly trained individuals from the Employment Development Department (EDD) in local EDD centers to work face-to-face with individuals on their unemployment benefits. This bill also will hire an additional 800 people to serve in call centers. The bill uses no state money to fund the program, but instead allocates federal dollars to maintain the level of service to help those transitioning. Community work Mendoza launched a highly successful student program in 2008 that puts high school seniors from throughout the 56th Assembly District in real-life political scenarios. The program is the Young Legislators and its goal is to teach high school seniors about the political world. Seniors who qualify take part in an eight week program that introduces them to local, regional and statewide office holders who share their perspective of various issues and explain their role in the political process. Young Legislators end their studies by participating in a mock legislative session in Sacramento where their deliver and deliberate on legislative bills they have designed and introduced. 56th Assembly District The district includes the cities of Artesia, Cerritos, Hawaiian Gardens, Norwalk, Buena Park, Santa Fe Springs, South Whittier and parts of Lakewood and Whittier. Personal life Assemblyman Mendoza grew up in South Central Los Angeles. He is the first in his family of nine children to graduate from college. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from California State University, Long Beach. He received his teaching credential from Cal State Los Angeles Mendoza and his wife Leticia live in Artesia and have three daughters and one son. References External links Official website Former website on the City of Artesia website Tony Mendoza Facebook Tony Mendoza Twitter Tony Mendoza Youtube Channel Tony Mendoza ActBlue Account George Mason University Study Find Restricting Payday Loans Harms Consumers California Assembly Preceded by Rudy Bermudez California State Assemblyman, 56th District 2006 – Succeeded by Incumbent v • d • e Current members of the California State Assembly Speaker: John Pérez (D) • Majority Leader: Charles Calderon (D) • Minority Leader: Connie Conway (R) Democratic (52) • Republican (28)     Wesley Chesbro (D) Jim Nielsen (R) Daniel Logue (R) Ted Gaines (R) Richard Pan (D) Jared Huffman (D) Michael Allen (D) Mariko Yamada (D) Roger Dickinson (D) Alyson Huber (D) Susan Bonilla (D) Fiona Ma (D) Tom Ammiano (D) Nancy Skinner  (D) Joan Buchanan (D) Sandré Swanson (D) Cathleen Galgiani (D) Mary Hayashi (D) Jerry Hill (D) Bob Wieckowski (D) Rich Gordon (D) Paul Fong (D) Nora Campos (D) Jim Beall (D) Kristin Olsen (R) Bill Berryhill (R) Bill Monning (D) Luis Alejo (D) Linda Halderman (R) David Valadao (R) Henry Perea (D) Shannon Grove (R) Katcho Achadjian (R) Connie Conway (R) Das Williams (D) Stephen Knight (R) Jeff Gorell (R) Cameron Smyth (R) Felipe Fuentes (D) Bob Blumenfield (D) Julia Brownley (D) Mike Feuer (D) Mike Gatto (D) Anthony Portantino (D) Gil Cedillo (D) John Pérez (D) Holly Mitchell (D) Mike Davis (D) Mike Eng (D) Ricardo Lara (D) Steven Bradford (D) Isadore Hall (D) Betsy Butler (D) Bonnie Lowenthal (D) Warren Furutani (D) Tony Mendoza (D) Roger Hernandez (D) Charles Calderon (D) Tim Donnelly (R) Curt Hagman (R) Norma Torres (D) Wilmer Carter (D) Mike Morrell (R) Brian Nestande (R) Paul Cook (R) Kevin Jeffries (R) Jim Silva (R) Allan Mansoor (R) Jose Solorio (D) Don Wagner (R) Jeff Miller (R) Chris Norby (R) Diane Harkey (R) Martin Garrick (R) Nathan Fletcher (R) Toni Atkins (D) Brian Jones (R) Marty Block (D) Ben Hueso (D) Manuel Perez (D) See also: California State Legislature • California State Senate Persondata Name Mendoza, Tony Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 22, 1971 Place of birth Date of death Place of death