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"Kate's Law" Resolution Introduced by Senator Morrell Stalled by Democrats in Senate Public Safety Committee
August 24, 2015
Senator Morrell has been informed by the Democrat chair of the Committee on Public Safety that a hearing will not be held to hear SJR 17 before the legislature adjourns in September. The measure would encourage Congress to pass “Kate’s Law.” It was introduced in response to the tragic killing of Kathryn Steinle in San Francisco, allegedly by a seven-time convicted felon who had previously been deported five times.
Senator Morrell Announces Open Registration for Third Annual Emergency Preparedness Event
August 20, 2015
ETIWANDA – Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) will partner with nonprofit Building Resilient Communities to host the third annual “Ark of Safety Forum” on September 17 at Christ’s Church of the Valley – Etiwanda Gardens. This event, held during National Preparedness Month, is an opportunity...
Senate Republicans Offer Healthcare Bills without Raising Taxes on California Families
August 17, 2015
Senate Republicans want to protect 24 million Californians without raising taxes on their healthcare insurance. In July, two healthcare bills were introduced in response to the special session. These two measures were introduced to help low-income and disabled Californians gain better access to...
Senator Mike Morrell Announces 2015 Women of Distinction
August 13, 2015
Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) has announced the list of honorees selected for the 11th Annual Women of Distinction Ceremony and Dinner. The evening will highlight the work of 44 women from throughout the 23rd Senate District who make a positive difference in their communities.
Morrell Bill to Help Active Duty Personnel Complete College Degrees Signed into Law
August 10, 2015
SACRAMENTO – After receiving unanimous and bipartisan support in both houses of the legislature, Senate Bill 418 by Senator Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, was signed into law by the Governor. The measure will aid student veterans who have been called to active duty while attending a California...
Giving veterans a break in earning degrees
August 8, 2015
Many of the men and women who risk their lives for our country are also students pursuing their college education. They are tasked with the challenge of balancing military service with their academic and family lives. Students in the military can have a difficult time maintaining continuous...
Morrell Statement on Ontario Airport Agreement
August 6, 2015
Senator Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, issued the following statement in response to the decision announced today to transfer control of Ontario International Airport from Los Angeles to the Ontario International Airport Authority: “Today, I join leaders and communities from across our region in...
Taking care of California's most vulnerable
July 30, 2015
For Californians with serious developmental disabilities such as cerebral palsy and autism, the services available through regional centers and other community-based programs are a lifeline. The professionals and staff provide care and assistance to equip these individuals with tools and skills...
Morrell Monthly: July 2015
July 28, 2015
Message Dear Friends, Earlier this month, we celebrated Independence Day, marking 239 years since our nation’s founding. John Adams believed it would “be celebrated, by succeeding Generations, as the great anniversary Festival.” He has undoubtedly been proven right. I hope you were able to enjoy...
Sanctuary cities choose criminals over citizens
July 27, 2015
Throughout the nation, cities like San Francisco have enacted policies and ordinances granting themselves this designation in an attempt to shelter undocumented immigrants. But in doing so, these cities have refused to enforce the laws of the United States and, whether through direct or indirect action, have also harbored dangerous felons who flout our laws.
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