Archived Releases & Opinion

Below is a summary of some subcommittee activity from the past week:
Today, the California State Senate adjourned in memory of former First Lady Nancy Reagan, who passed away on Sunday, March 6 in her Los Angeles home. Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller and a bipartisan group of her Senate colleagues paid tribute and presented a Senate Memorial Resolution to Dennis C. Revell, son-in-law to Nancy Reagan. Dennis LeBlanc, a longtime volunteer at the Ronald Reagan Ranch for twenty years, also attended the tribute.
Below is a summary of some subcommittee activity from the past week:
Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) issued the following statement regarding Senator Sharon Runner’s (R-Antelope Valley) decision to not seek re-election for Senate District 21.
In memory of Mrs. Reagan, California Senate Republicans issued the following statements to pay tribute to her. The California Senate also plans to adjourn an upcoming session in memory of Mrs. Reagan.
Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) released the following statement congratulating Assemblyman Anthony Rendon (D-Paramount) on officially being sworn in as the 70th Speaker of the California State Assembly.
On Monday, twenty young immigrants, ranging in age from 10-21 years old and from 20 different countries, were sworn in as United States citizens on the California Senate floor. This citizenship ceremony was a bipartisan effort led by Senate Pro Tem Kevin De León and Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller.
Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) and Senator Andy Vidak (R-Hanford) paid tribute during today’s Senate Floor session to two fallen heroes who were recently killed in the line of duty.
Read complete "Highlights and Analysis" (pdf) Executive Summary For some people in our state today, life is truly California golden. High-tech industries and places like Silicon Valley are booming. However, this success has not been realized in all communities. Senate Republicans have identified...
Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller announced today that all 14 members of the Senate Republican caucus received a perfect score from the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) on their recently-released “Legislative Scorecard” for 2015.