• Senate Republicans will not sacrifice the safety of our neighborhoods in order to protect criminals. Senate Bill 54 puts partisan politics ahead of public safety and is not in the best interests of California’s families and neighborhoods: Senate Bill 54 will turn California into a “sanctuary state...
  • Californians expect their government to be laser focused on promoting a healthier economy that improves their quality of life, and that is exactly what Senate Republicans worked for.


Marijuana Hearing Raises Concerns Over Water and Public Safety. The Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee heard testimony on Thursday, February 16, regarding how the state is implementing Proposition 64, which legalized the recreational use of marijuana in California. The hearing highlighted...
The full Budget and Fiscal Review Committee met on Thursday, February 9, to vote on two proposals to give pay increases and bonuses to state employees and to review a new costly budget and accounting IT system. New Bonuses for State Employees Contrast with Reductions for Child Care and Scholarships...
Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) introduced Senate Concurrent Resolution 17 (SCR) declaring the week of January 30 – February 5 as California Girls and Women in Sports Week. SCR 17 passed unanimously today.
Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) will be recognized tonight at the California Women Lead reception as “Elected Woman of the Year.” The annual event honors leaders in the political, business, and government communities.