- Experts Encourage Families to have a Plan for When Disaster Strikes
- County Health Officer Issue Smoke Advisory for El Dorado Fire
- Crafton ASL Instructor’s Program Being Utilized Across the Nation
- Applications being accepted for Youth Advisory Committee through Sept. 30
- First Digital Victim Advocate Program Launched In California
All posts tagged "politics"
Registrar of Voters Proposes Polling Locations for November 3 Election
Recognizing that many Californians will need access to in-person voting options in spite of the public health emergency, the State of California enacted a series of executive orders (N-64-20 and N-67-20) and bills (Assembly Bill 860 and...
- Posted September 4, 2020
New Fire Prevention Legislation Could Soon be Law
New fire prevention legislation is working its way through the state Senate after being approved by the Assembly earlier this year. With the fire season only getting worse in California could this be too little, too late?...
- Posted September 1, 2020
Insurance Commissioner to Investigate Key Wildfire Insurance Issues Under Legislation Headed to Senate Floor
California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara would investigate and develop solutions to ensure affordable, accessible insurance for homeowners in wildfire areas and report back to the legislature, under amendments to AB 2167 adopted by the Senate Appropriations Committee...
- Posted August 26, 2020
Rep. Paul Cook Urges California Governor to Help Unemployed Residents
On August 8, 2020, President Trump signed an executive memo directing the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to use the Disaster Relief Fund (DRF) to provide financial assistance to Americans who have lost wages or become unemployed...
- Posted August 23, 2020
Bill Aims to Provide Protection from Frivolous Lawsuits during Health Crisis
Students, Families would not be able to sue schools for any coronavirus-related illnesses or damages under new legislation moving through the Senate. Assembly Bill 1834, authored by Assemblyman Patrick O’Donnell (D-Long Beach), would make it difficult for...
- Posted August 14, 2020
New County Charter on the Ballot in November
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors approved a revision to the County Charter and now it will go before the voters in November. The County Charter was first adopted in 1913 and has not been replaced...
- Posted July 29, 2020
Filing Period Opens Monday for Three Council Seats Up this November
Yep, that’s right. It’s election season again and Council districts 3, 4 and 5 will be decided in this year’s general election on Tuesday, November 3. The candidate filing period will be July 13 through August 7...
- Posted July 10, 2020
Senate Republicans Request Columbus Statue Remain at State Capitol
Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) is one of several Senate Republicans to sign a letter requesting the ‘Columbus’ Last Appeal to Queen Isabella statue’, remain at the State Capitol building. Members of the California Senate Republican Caucus...
- Posted July 2, 2020
Sen. Morrell Statement on Legislature’s Passage of More 2020-21 State Budget Bills
Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) released the following statement after legislative Democrats passed another round of bills related to the 2020-21 state budget: “The governor and Democrat leaders in Sacramento pieced this state budget together behind closed...
- Posted June 28, 2020
Rep. Cook Cosponsors Police Reform Legislation
Last week, Rep. Paul Cook (R-Apple Valley) announced that he has joined as an original cosponsor on the Just and Unifying Solutions to Invigorate Communities Everywhere (JUSTICE) Act. This House bill introduced by Rep. Pete Stauber (R-MN)...
- Posted June 23, 2020