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Al Muratsuchi wrote laws that helped bring thousands of good aerospace and other jobs in California. In the Assembly he will continue the work of fighting for jobs, job training, and the kind of economic investments that create good paying jobs in the South Bay. That’s why he was named Legislator of the Year by the California Solar Energy Industries Association and the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, and that’s why he’s supported by the California Small Business Association.

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As a former Assemblymember and Torrance School Board member, Al Muratsuchi has a record of delivering the funding our schools need to help our students succeed. As a Torrance school board member, he fought to create a rainy-day fund to prevent cuts to classrooms in future economic crises. In the Assembly he helped restore more than $10 billion in funding to our state and local schools slashed during the recession and wrote laws to crack down on predators in our schools. That’s why he’s supported by parents and classroom teachers.

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Police officers and firefighters support Al Muratsuchi for Assembly. Al is a career prosecutor who will crack down on crime and protect our children, families, and neighborhoods. He will put the safety of our communities first – and ensure our first responders have the tools and support they need to protect our community.

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Al Muratsuchi will stand up to powerful special interests to keep our air, drinking water, and beaches free of pollution. He fought against oil drilling in Hermosa Beach, opposed Measure O, and fought for a safer Torrance refinery. He wrote a law to help fund the protection of our coast. He will stand up to the oil companies and polluters to protect our beaches, water, and air. That’s why he’s supported by the Sierra Club.

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Al Muratsuchi has called for greater oversight of the Torrance Refining Company and has created a detailed, six-point refinery safety plan to help keep families in Torrance safe. This plan, includes a ban of modified hydrofluoric acid, real-time air quality monitors, a community disaster preparedness plan and an effective alarm system that can warn residents of any emissions.

Al Muratsuchi’s 6 Point Refinery Safety plan:

  1. Ban the use of highly toxic Modified Hydrofluoric Acid. Work with the Torrance refinery, refinery workers, and the City of Torrance to transition to safer alternative technology.
  2. Install real-time air quality monitors surrounding the Torrance Refinery and provide real-time data to South Bay residents to monitor toxic chemicals and emissions.
  3. Install and regularly test an effective alarm system capable of warning South Bay residents of accidents or potentially harmful events at the Torrance Refinery.
  4. Update the Community Disaster Preparedness Plan to include a potential Modified Hydrofluoric Acid release, and ensure that local schools, hospitals, elderly care facilities, playing fields, and other areas where people congregate regularly review and practice the plan. Educate local residents on the dangers of Modified Hydrofluoric Acid and how to deal with a release.
  5. Form a Torrance refinery community advisory panel to focus on disaster preparedness, community education, and resident input and concerns.
  6. Work with the Torrance refinery, refinery workers, and City of Torrance to ensure that the jobs and economic benefits of the refinery continue to benefit Torrance and the South Bay.
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