Liz Figueroa, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member from 1995 to 1998 and a State Senator from 1999 to 2006.The Liz Figueroa
Papers contain two record series dating over an 11-year time period (1995-2006) and include 8 cubic feet of textual records.
The two record series are Bill Files and Correspondence. The Bill Files (1995-2006) document her interests in healthcare,
transportation, insurance, low income housing, privacy, environmental quality and conservation, and employment. The Correspondence
(1995-2000) series provides insight into the daily workings of Figueroa's offices
Liz Figueroa, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member from 1995 to 1998 and a State Senator from 1999 to 2006. Her 20th Assembly
District covered the southeast corner of the San Francisco Bay Area and contained parts of Alameda and Santa Clara counties,
including cities such as Fremont, Milpitas, and Newark. The 10th Senate District was comprised of the 18th and 20th Assembly
Districts; thus Figueroa represented much of the same constituency when she became a Senator.
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