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The Morrell Monthly
Morrell Monthly: July 2018
July 26, 2018
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Accountability for Long DMV Wait Times | Wildfire Preparedness | Heat Precautions & Local Cooling Centers | SB 999 - More to the story | September 22 • First Responder Day | September 27 • Ark of Safety Emergency Preparedness Forum | Photos | Too much license? | Theodore Roosevelt - “The Man in the Arena”
Morrell Monthly: June 2018
June 29, 2018
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Independence Day | SB 924 - National Guard Tax Exemptions | SB 999 - Assembly Misses Opportunity, Fails to Pass Bipartisan Measure Increasing Economic Opportunity | State Budget Finalized | Teaching Computer Code in All Grades | September 22 • First Responder Day | September 27 • Ark of Safety Emergency Preparedness Forum | Ready for Wildfire App | Photos | License to Work | Menifee Mayor Neil Winter
Morrell Monthly: May 2018
May 24, 2018
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Memorial Day | SB 999 - Taking on Burdensome Occupational Licensing | SB 1456 - Keeping Students Safe | SB 924 - National Guard Tax Exemptions | SB 1485 - Money for Charities, Not More Government | Governor Releases Revised State Budget | Photos | Occupational Licensing Across America | Thatcher on Taxpayer Dollars
Morrell Monthly: March 2018
March 28, 2018
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | 1,500 Training Hours and $125 to Shampoo Hair? | High-Speed Rail Costs Keep Climbing | Leadership Award Recipient Kim Carter | Woman of the Year | Photos | New 10% tax on California employers? | Churchill on Duty
Morrell Monthly: February 2018
February 28, 2018
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Message | Bills I’m Working On | Proposition 57 - Early Release for Sex Offenders? | After Four Years, Whistleblower Protection Act Signed | Small Business Forum a Success | Responders to San Bernardino Terror Attack Honored with Medal of Valor | Photos | I-15 Toll Lanes Up for Review | Why We Still Look to Washington & Lincoln
Morrell Monthly: January 2018
January 31, 2018
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Message | 2018 Patriots of the Past, Present, & Future - Nominations Open | 2018-19 State Budget | Governor’s State of the State Address | Photos | Tax Help Day – Saturday, February 3 | Every Kid in a Park | Career Education Opportunities at Community Colleges | Martin Luther King on the Declaration of Independence
Morrell Monthly: December 2017
December 21, 2017
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Message | Op-Ed: Governor’s Higher Gas Taxes Here | Annual Women of Distinction Ceremony | 2018 Patriots of the Past, Present, & Future | Photos | New Driver Licenses for Travel | Holiday Cheer
Morrell Monthly: October 2017
October 27, 2017
In this Issue: Message | Signed! Measure to Increase Legislative Accountability | Signed! Bill Protects Privacy & Personal Information | Senate Defeats Bill to Create Government-Sponsored Drug Injection Programs | Governor Signs “Sanctuary State” Bill | California First Responder Day | Overreaching Power of the California Air Resources Board | November 3 • Women of Distinction 2017 | November 17 • Ark of Safety Emergency Preparedness Forum | Photos | Intern Spotlight - Arianna Chen | Local Emergency Alert Systems | Community Calendars | Worth Repeating | Gas taxes go up November 1!
Morrell Monthly: July 2017
July 10, 2017
In this Issue: Record-Setting 2017-18 State Budget | SB 184 - Protecting Citizens’ Privacy and Personal Information | SB 679 - Increasing Legislative Accountability | SB 197 - Building Specialized Veteran Medical Facilities | Fire Tax Update | Other Legislation of Note this Session | Women of Distinction 2017 - Nominations Open | Patriot Spotlight - Marvin Nottingham | Photos | Staying Safe in the Heat! | Reminder -- Ready for Wildfire App Available | Letter from John Adams to His Wife Abigail | Report: $370 Billion in New Taxes and Fees Proposed
Morrell Monthly: April/May 2017
May 5, 2017
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Message | Sacramento Democrats Push Through Gas Tax | Veterans Legislation Clears Senate Committees | Senate Committee Blocks Pension Reporting Bill | Bill Extending Lobbying Ban Moves Ahead | Women of Distinction 2017 - Nominations Open | Photos | Veterans Choice Program Extended | Ready for Wildfire App - Thanks, CAL FIRE! | Intern Spotlight - Megan Rohn | Tax Freedom Day 2017 | Winston Churchill - “Never give in.”
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Why Senate Democrats Oppose Good Budget Transparency Bill
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California needs more answers on assisted suicide
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Burdensome Licensing Law Turns Shampooers into Criminals
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California state senator wants stricter vetting for teachers investigated for sexual abuse
The Desert Sun - To prevent teachers who have been investigated for sexual abuse from quietly resigning and moving to another school, a state senator...