SACRAMENTO – Mark Mendoza of Carson has been named one of 18 Californians selected from a pool of about 600 candidates to be a California Senate Fellow, Mendoza’s senator, Ted W. Lieu, announced today.
Goal of Sen. Ted W. Lieu’s bill: Cut unemployment, improve salaries
SACRAMENTO – With the goal of preparing today’s workers for skilled, well-paying jobs that are either needed or soon will be, Gov. Brown late Friday signed into law a Sen. Ted W. Lieu plan to provide the resources to train and better prepare workers.
Thousands of signatures ask for videotaping of juveniles when charged with homicide
SACRAMENTO – In an effort to protect against false confessions by children, petitions signed by nearly 3,500 Californians in support of videotaping interrogations of minors charged with homicide were delivered today to Gov. Brown.
GUEST PRESS RELEASE:SB 3 moves to modernize Cal-Access, improve transparency for campaigns
SACRAMENTO – In an attempt to bring Cal-Access out of the technological Dark Ages, Senator Yee and allies called for Governor Jerry Brown to sign SB 3, in order to modernize the Cal-Access system and bring increased transparency and accessibility to campaign finance and the lobbying process. It is the only bill that addresses the campaign finance aspect of the Political Reform Act.