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Senate Republicans Offered a Solution to Assist Independent Contractors
July 10, 2019
SACRAMENTO – Today, Republican Senator Mike Morrell ( R-Rancho Cucamonga ) who is the Vice Chair of the Senate Labor, Public Employment and Retirement Committee voiced his opposition and voted against Assembly Bill 5 which seeks to codify a workforce decision that was handed down by the California...
Morrell Monthly: June 2019
June 30, 2019
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Licensing Fee Relief Following Disasters | Veterans Legislation Moving Ahead | SB 673: Transparency in Sex Education | Record State Budget Ups Spending - and Taxes | 23rd Senate District Nonprofit of the Year | Economic Summit in Pass Area | WWII Airman Laid to Rest | Photos | Resources | Reagan on D-Day
Sen. Morrell Issues Statement on 2019-20 State Budget Vote
June 13, 2019
SACRAMENTO – Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) released the following statement after the legislature’s passage of the main 2019-20 state budget bill ( AB 74 ): “Have you had enough? Despite a record-setting $215-billion budget, including a $22-billion surplus, the governor and legislative...
Sen. Morrell Honors The Unforgettables Foundation as 23rd Senate District Nonprofit of the Year
June 5, 2019
Caption: Senator Mike Morrell (center) with The Unforgettables Founder Tim Evans (right) and organization associate Gary Gryte. SACRAMENTO – On Wednesday, June 5, Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) honored The Unforgettables Foundation as the 23 rd Senate District Nonprofit of the Year at...
Senator Morrell: Sacramento Democrats Are to Blame for California's Housing Crisis
June 4, 2019
Sacramento – As Vice Chair of the Senate Housing Committee, Senator Mike Morrell ( R-Rancho Cucamonga ) issued the following statement after Democratic legislators and labor activists gathered at the State Capitol today to “Rally for Housing.” “Let’s keep in mind that Legislative Democrats created...
Morrell Monthly: May 2019
May 31, 2019
In this Issue: We’re here to help | Connect with me on social media | Mobile Office Hours | Message | Providing Relief to Businesses After Disaster | Making California More Affordable for Disabled Veterans | Transparency in Sex Education | Concerning Bills to Watch | CHP Senior Safety Driving Courses | Photos | Preparing for Wildfire | Roosevelt’s D-Day Prayer
Senate Democrats Penalize the Faith-Based Community’s Health Care Coverage
May 24, 2019
SACRAMENTO – In a recent Senate Budget Committee hearing , members of the California Senate Republican Caucus voted against Democrats’ efforts to penalize members of Health Care Sharing Ministries (HCSMs). HCSMs are an alternative form of health care coverage for members of faith-based communities...
State Senate Advances Sen. Morrell's Legislation to Provide Financial Relief to Disabled Veterans
May 23, 2019
SACRAMENTO – The state senate has passed a package of bills authored by Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga), both aimed at providing financial relief to California’s disabled veterans. “When veterans return home, they should have every chance to find favorable working and living conditions,...
Senate Approves Morrell Bill to Provide Business Licensing Fee Relief for Disaster Victims
May 21, 2019
SACRAMENTO – The state senate has unanimously passed SB 601 , by Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga), to waive or reduce government licensing fees for businesses recovering after a disaster. After events like wildfires, floods, and earthquakes, victims face many challenges including...
Sen. Morrell Responds to Governor's May Revision of the 2019-20 State Budget
May 9, 2019
SACRAMENTO – Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) today issued the following statement in response to Governor Gavin Newsom’s May revision of his 2019-20 state budget proposal: “Under one-party rule in Sacramento, it is clear that government will never be too big or powerful for Democratic...
Sen. Morrell's Business Fee Relief Bill Named Top Priority by California Chamber of Commerce
May 2, 2019
SACRAMENTO – The California Chamber of Commerce , or CalChamber, announced this week that Senate Bill 601, by Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga), is one of its top priority 2019 “Job Creator” bills . SB 601 would help local economies recover after a federal or state-declared disaster by...
Providing Relief to Businesses After Disaster
April 25, 2019
In recent years, California has seen several of the most damaging and costly natural disasters in its history. The 2017 Tubbs Fire, Southern California mudslides, and 2018 Camp Fire have combined claimed over 100 lives, destroyed more than 25,000 structures, and impacted an estimated 381,784...
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Will Legislature Act This Year to Keep our Kids SAFE?
Pacific Research Institute - Right now, there’s a growing problem of teachers being investigated for sexual abuse in the classroom quietly resigning...
Will the Legislature Finally Act to Break California's Housing Logjam?
Podcast interview with the Pacific Research Institute’s Tim Anaya on the prospects for free-market housing reform legislation this session.
Why Senate Democrats Oppose Good Budget Transparency Bill
Flash Report - Despite this bill being the perfect opportunity for lawmakers to perform an actual act of transparency, Senate Democrats have a...
California's war on 'economic crimes' raises eerie parallels to communist countries
OC Register - Many of these “economic crimes” simply involve working without the proper license. A study from the Institute for Justice finds that...
California needs more answers on assisted suicide
Sacramento Bee - Despite nearly two years of doctor-assisted suicide in California, we know little to nothing about crucial questions: Why are...