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Senator Mike Morrell Earns Perfect Marks from National Federation of Independent Business
October 4, 2016
Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) today announced that he is one of only 29 lawmakers in 2016 to be recognized by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) for his perfect vote record in support of California small businesses.
Senator Mike Morrell Announces 2016 Women of Distinction
September 16, 2016
Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) today announced the list of finalists selected for the 12th Annual Women of Distinction Ceremony and Dinner. The evening will highlight the work of 45 women from throughout the 23rd Senate District who make a difference in their communities. “The women we...
Morrell Monthly: September 2016
September 13, 2016
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Message | Blue Cut Fire | Photos | SB 1155 - Jumpstarting Veterans’ Civilian Careers | SB 1136 - Assembly Committe Rejects Fire Tax Transparency | Senate Honors Purple Heart Veterans | 23rd District Olympians Compete in Rio | Legislative Update | Community Town Hall - September 28th in Phelan | 2016 Women of Distinction - October 7 | Estefan M. Encarnacion | Matthew Macedo | How far does $100 go in California? | Daily Bulletin: Rancho Cucamonga Firefighters
Assembly Committee Rejects Calls for More Transparency
August 15, 2016
SACRAMENTO – At the recent hearing of the Assembly Appropriations Committee, legislative Democrats sidelined Senator Mike Morrell’s (R-Rancho Cucamonga) Senate Bill 1136 , which would have required additional transparency in state spending of the controversial fire prevention fee , also known as...
Big Bear Olympian Kim Rhode Makes History in Rio
August 12, 2016
Today, Olympic shooter Kim Rhode of Big Bear City became the first female athlete and the first Summer Olympic athlete to medal in six consecutive Olympic Games , earning bronze during the women’s skeet shooting final at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. She has now won an Olympic...
Senate Joins Morrell in Honoring Purple Heart Veterans
August 11, 2016
The State Senate passed Senate Concurrent Resolution 159 by Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) officially recognizing August 7 as Purple Heart Day in California. The resolution acknowledges men and women of the Armed Services who have been wounded or killed in action.
Jumpstarting Veterans’ Civilian Careers
July 25, 2016
Our nation’s veterans undergo rigorous training during military service that can be directly applied to jobs at home. After working hard and defending the freedoms we cherish, it is our duty to ensure that when these men and women come home, the return to civilian life is an easy one.
Morrell Monthly: Summer 2016
July 20, 2016
In this Issue: Message | At The Capitol & Around the 23rd | Record State Budget Enacted | Holding Vandals of Veterans’ Memorials Accountable | Morrell Legislation | Second Amendment | Legislation to Watch | Community Coffee - San Bernardino | 2016 Women of Distinction - Nominations Due August 1 | Patriot Spotlight: Teresa Bullock | Intern Profile: Jillian Pascua | Recommended Reading: Calvin Coolidge on the Declaration of Independence | Facts & Figures - Fund Shifts Mask Real Budget Growth | Giving Back: USBloodDonors.org
Legislators Urge State Board of Education to Reject Draft History-Social Science Framework
July 13, 2016
SACRAMENTO – As the State Board of Education meets this week in Sacramento, Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) joined several of his Senate and Assembly colleagues in urging the board to reject revisions to the Draft History-Social Science Framework for California Public Schools. In a letter...
We must preserve memorials to fallen heroes
July 6, 2016
Memorials to fallen heroes can be found throughout our communities all over the country. They tell stories of selflessness and sacrifice that form the cornerstone of our shared history. It is our duty to ensure that young people today understand the significance of these individuals’ service and that they are never forgotten.
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Mike Morrell: Jump-starting veterans’ civilian careers
Our nation’s veterans undergo rigorous training during military service that can be directly applied to jobs at home. After...
Third Annual Ceremony Honors Patriots of the Inland Empire
City News Group - Local veterans and “patriots” were honored at the third annual Patriots of the Past, Present, & Future Recognition Ceremony...
Stop feeding California bureaucracy, Morrell says
Big Bear Grizzly - State Senator Mike Morrell joined State Assemblyman Jay Obernolte in Big Bear City April 16 to share information on California’...
Two bills would make fishing, hunting more affordable, accessible for veterans
Sonora Union-Democrat – Senate Bill 1081, authored by State Sen. Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, would reduce sportfishing and hunting licences...
Supervisors back bill seeking more transparency on 'Fire Tax' expenditures
KESQ - The Board of Supervisors today endorsed a proposal that would require Cal Fire to clarify how revenue generated from the so-called ``fire...