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Morrell Monthly: October 2016
October 31, 2016
In this Issue: We’re here to help | Connect with me on social media | Mobile Office Hours | State Watchdog: Occupational Licensing Creates Barriers for Veterans | Is the State holding your money or property? | Around the 23rd Senate District | Patriot Spotlight: Chris Williams | Facts & Figures: Gas Taxes State-by-State
Morrell Monthly: September 2016
September 13, 2016
In this Issue: 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
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
Morrell Monthly: May 2016
May 31, 2016
In this Issue: We’re here to help | Social Media | Mobile Office Hours | Keeping You Posted | At The Capitol & Around the 23rd | Governor’s Revised State Budget: State Still Spending Money Faster than It Comes In | Legislation | Sun City Senior Scam Stopper Seminar - June 3 | 2016 Women of Distinction - Nominations Open | Paul Moore | Columnist: New California laws threaten rights of the politically incorrect
Morrell Monthly: April 2016
April 29, 2016
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Keeping You Posted | Patriots of the Past, Present, & Future 2016 | At The Capitol & Around the 23rd | Fire Tax Town Halls | Legislative Update | The Next Generation: Taisiya Tveretinova | Autism Awareness Month | Tax Day Comes Twice for Californians | Worth Repeating
Morrell Monthly: March 2016
March 31, 2016
In this Issue: We’re here to help | Connect with me on social media | Mobile Office Hours | Keeping You Posted | At The Capitol & Around the 23rd | Helping Veterans Transition Home | Op-Ed: More gas taxes aren’t the answer | San Bernardino County at the Capitol | Community Coffee - April 2 in Redlands | Fire Tax Town Halls - April 16 | Patriot Spotlight: Filming of Hemet WWII veteran’s story set to start | The Next Generation: Clementine Garrett | Facts & Figures - State Controller: California’s Debt Rises to $175.1 Billion | In Memoriam: Remembering Nancy Reagan
Morrell Monthly: February 2016
February 26, 2016
In this Issue: We’re here to help | Connect with me on social media | Mobile Office Hours | Keeping You Posted | At the Capitol & around the 23rd | Shining a Light on Fire Fee Spending | Op-Ed: Friends, neighbors help where need is greatest | Community Coffee - Rescheduled | SAVE THE DATE: Patriots of the Past, Present, & Future 2016 | Remembering Last Year’s Patriots | The Next Generation: Riane Castro | Facts & Figures: General Fund No Longer Majority of Spending | Recommended Reading: The American Idea: What It Is, Why It Matters, and Why It Is in Jeopardy
Morrell Monthly: January 2016
January 28, 2016
In this Issue: Mobile Office Hours | Keeping You Posted | At the Capitol | In Case You Missed It: Governor Releases 2016-17 State Budget | Military Family Pancake Breakfast – Yucaipa | Community Coffee – Redlands | Patriots of the Past, Present, & Future 2016 | Veterans Resource Center Opens at Beaumont Library | Capital Fellows Program | Patriot Spotlight: Harry John | The Next Generation: Kate Bishop | Facts & Figures: Time to Let Proposition 30 Tax Increases End | Recommended Reading: Moving Forward
Morrell Monthly: December 2015
December 23, 2015
MESSAGE FROM MIKE Dear Friend, On December 2, our community changed forever. During a time of year that is supposed to be filled with joy, we find ourselves simultaneously grieving for those lost, praying for loved ones and the injured, while coming to grips with the fact that the threat of...
Morrell Monthly: November 2015
November 25, 2015
IN THIS ISSUE: We’re here to help | Connect with me on social media | Mobile Office Hours | Message From Mike | What's Going On Around District 23 | Op-Ed: Clean Energy Choices, Not Arbitrary Mandates | Congratulations to this year’s Top Chamber Businesses! | SAVE THE DATE: December Open House | Patriots of the Past, Present, & Future 2016 | Patriot Spotlight: Ryan Orr | The Next Generation: Karen Cervantes | Recommended Reading: Lincoln’s 1863 Thanksgiving Proclamation | California Debt Estimated at $1.5 Trillion
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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 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...