Environmental-protection measure by Sen. Ted W. Lieu moves forward
SACRAMEN TO – The California Secretary of Natural Resources would have more tools to fight greenhouse gas emissions under a Sen. Ted W. Lieu bill approved this week by the Senate’s Natural Resources Committee.
Sen. Ted W. Lieu reintroduced bill in aftermath of school shooting
SACRAMENTO – In response to parental concerns about how well schools are prepared for emergencies like shootings, a key California Senate policy panel late Wednesday approved a Sen. Ted W. Lieu bill to require schools to better prepare for the worst by having established emergency-response plans.
Sen. Ted W. Lieu bill addresses alarming trend in injuries SACRAMENTO – Children who use ‘trampoline parks’ would be provided greater protections from injuries under a Sen. Ted W. Lieu bill that today received its first OK from a key policy committee.
Sen. Ted W. Lieu program would require annual reviews of skill shortages
SACRAMENTO – With the goal of preparing today’s workers for skilled, well-paying jobs that are in demand, the California Senate today approved a Sen. Ted W. Lieu bill that would improve ways to provide resources and training to better prepare workers.
SACRAMENTO – Noisy helicopters buzzing Southland residents 24/7 may be a thing of the past if the Federal Aviation Administration enacts helicopter regulations supported today by the California Senate.
On a bipartisan, 26-9 vote, lawmakers passed a resolution by Sen. Ted W. Lieu urging President Obama and Congress to adopt the Los Angeles Residential Helicopter Noise Relief Act.
SAN FRANCISCO – Sen. Ted W. Lieu, who last October won a landmark victory that made California the first state to end medical practices that attempted to change a minor’s sexual orientation, issued the following statement after today’s oral arguments by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit.
Consumer-protection measures would save health costs SACRAMENTO – Two measures that would separately help protect consumers of health care from unexpected costs and misleading health coverage passed their initial Senate policy reviews today after presentations by Sen. Ted W. Lieu of Torrance.
Measure by Sen. Ted W. Lieu would impose payback requirement
SACRAMENTO – A measure to crack down on those who falsely report emergencies by imposing increased restitution passed its initial policy hearing by the Senate Public Safety Committee today and will next face a fiscal review.