Senator Janet Nguyen joined one hundred eager Santa Ana residents who woke up bright and early to participate in the Wellness Corridor event.
The Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) recently issued its July 2015 survey about Californians and the Environment with the focus on global warming and drought severity. Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff (R-San Dimas) issued the following statement in response to the study:
Senator Sharon Runner (R-Antelope Valley) announced today she has appointed John Calandri to serve as the Senate designee on the Antelope Valley Fair Joint Powers Authority (JPA).
Throughout the nation, cities like San Francisco have enacted policies and ordinances granting themselves this designation in an attempt to shelter undocumented immigrants. But in doing so, these cities have refused to enforce the laws of the United States and, whether through direct or indirect action, have also harbored dangerous felons who flout our laws.
SACRAMENTO – Responding to continued drone interference in fighting wildfires, Senator Ted Gaines (R-El Dorado) today announced plans to introduce legislation to help protect emergency responders engaged in their life-saving work. Senate Bill 168, co-authored by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Gl
The collapse of the bridge on Interstate 10 at Tex Wash, east of Coachella, on Sunday further illustrates the rapidly deteriorating state of California’s roads and highways and the urgent need to rebuild our State’s crumbling infrastructure.
Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff (R-San Dimas) is congratulating both students and parents connected with the Palm Lane Elementary School Parent Trigger case, where a judge has ruled against the Anaheim City School District and declared Palm Lane Elementary a new charter school.
Legislation designed to protect schoolchildren from serious and sometimes fatal anaphylactic allergic attacks will become law in California after receiving the Governor’s signature of approval today.
SACRAMENTO – Following the tragic shooting death of Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco at the hands of a previously deported convicted felon, Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) has introduced Senate
Today, Senate Republicans introduced two health care measures to help low-income and disabled Californians gain better access to doctors, nurses, and developmental services. These measures are authored by Senators Jim Nielsen (R-Gerber) and Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County).