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Why are California lawmakers worried about increased fuel costs?
July 16, 2014
Landline Magazine - A group of California state lawmakers are pushing to delay putting fuels under the state’s cap-and-trade program.
California lawmakers, industry groups join to oppose gas tax in emissions cap program
July 2, 2014
Daily Bulletin - A bipartisan group of local lawmakers are joining business groups in a campaign to oppose an air quality regulation they say will lead to higher gas and goods costs for consumers.
California GOP senators introduce ethics bill after lawmaker arrests
May 28, 2014
Los Angeles Times - With Democratic senators watering down a key ethics bill, Republican lawmakers on Wednesday proposed their own package of changes in response to criminal charges filed against three California senators.
Insurance plan for farmworkers falls short of Obamacare rules
May 26, 2014
Los Angeles Times - Two landmark liberal healthcare achievements are on a collision course in California, and the result could be higher costs for taxpayers.
GOP senators push to double bribery sentences
May 10, 2014
AP - Three Republican state senators are calling for increased criminal penalties for lawmakers convicted of taking bribes under state law, a move that comes as two Democratic colleagues face federal corruption charges.
New ethics rules proposed for California Senate
May 9, 2014
Los Angeles Times - Amid concerns that proposed tougher ethics restrictions may not have enough support to become law this year, leaders of the state Senate are proposing that many of them be adopted as house rules in the interim.
Redlands community leaders at forefront of Child Abuse Prevention Month
March 31, 2014
The Sun - Before a presidential proclamation in 1983 designated April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month, efforts were under way in Redlands to address the problem.
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Victor Valley Daily Press Editorial: “It’s no surprise Obernolte, Fuller and Morrell are keeping an eye out for you and your money.”
It’s no surprise Obernolte, Fuller and Morrell are keeping an eye out for you and your money. They are conservative Republicans who can’t stomach...
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...