Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) issued the following statement praising outgoing Assembly Republican Leader Kristin Olsen (R-Modesto) and congratulating Assembly member Chad Mayes (R-Yucca Valley) in his new role.
Former Senate Republican Leader Bob Huff (R-San Dimas) issued the following statement in response to the leadership change in the Assembly Republican Caucus.
Two important education reform measures authored by Senator Bob Huff (R-San Dimas) passed off the Senate Floor today with unanimous support and will be sent to the Governor for his signature consideration.
Common sense legislation to fund new and existing road and highway construction was defeated in the Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Development Committee by a party-line vote this afternoon.
SACRAMENTO – Senator Ted Gaines (R-El Dorado) today announced his Senate Bill 168, which would protect forests, property and the lives of citizens, firefighters and emergency personnel from drone interference, passed out of the Senate and is now headed to the Assembly.
In a victory for public transparency and a parent’s right to know, the California Department of Education (DOE) has begun restoring 15 years of historical data that it had deleted from the most accessible part of its website.
Senator Bob Huff (R-San Dimas) congratulates Senator Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) on her transition to Senate Republican Leader.
A public safety bill that just has been introduced is getting bipartisan support from Senate Republicans and Democrat Senator Cathleen Galgiani. The new bill is in response to a loophole that allows dangerous felons who are in the country illegally to be released back onto California streets.
Senate Republicans decided to ask Senator Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) to move into the role of Senate Republican Leader effective today. Sen. Fuller was elected to be the next Leader in February 2015, with unanimous support. Today, the Caucus members moved the date up from November 1.
Today, the California State Auditor released its findings of an audit of Caltrans, showing that Caltrans approved the time sheets of an engineer who played golf for 55 workdays from August 2012 to March 2014.