Protecting California Coast From Oil Drilling

Assemblywoman Catharine Baker Calls On Trump Administration To Protect California Coast From Oil Drilling On Friday January 12, Assemblywoman Catharine Baker (R-San Ramon) announced she will introduce a resolution urging the federal government not to expand oil drilling off the California coast. The resolution comes in response to the Trump Administration’s decision to allow new […]

AB 79 to improve accounting of greenhouse gas emissions

Bill to Eliminate Dirty Coal Headed to the Governor (Sacramento)- AB 79, authored by Assemblymember Marc Levine, (D-Marin County), was approved by the State Legislature today. AB 79 tasks the California Air Resources Board with updating its methodology regarding “Unspecified Energy” sources. This legislation ensures that by January 2021 energy coming into the state as “unspecified” […]

AB 662 Signed into Law

Bonilla Bill Expanding Access for the Physically Disabled Signed by Governor Brown                                            SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Susan A. Bonilla (D-Concord) authored legislation this year ensuring that the basic human rights for individuals with physical disabilities are […]

AB 990 Signed into Law

Assemblywoman Bonilla’s Bill Increasing Campaign Transparency Signed by Governor Brown SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Bonilla’s AB 990, which increases campaign transparency and voter access to information, was signed into law over the weekend by the Governor.   This bill, sponsored by the Contra Costa County Registrar of Voters, will make it easier for voters to identify whether campaign […]

Cost of Delta Tunnels Doesn’t Add Up

By Jeffrey Michael;                                                  Special to The Sacramento Bee In Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan for twin tunnels through the Delta, water intakes would be located near Walnut Grove.  State’s optimistic estimates don’t […]

GOPRO Grand Prix Of Sonoma Preview

By Judy And David Colman;                                      The IndyCar race at Sonoma has a new date for 2015: August 28-30. Since the Indycars started coming to Sonoma in 2005, the race has taken place in mid-August as the penultimate […]

Help Stop Medicare Fraud

How You Can Help Stop Medicare Fraud By David Sayen;                                                               Most doctors, pharmacists, and other health care providers who work with Medicare are honest. Unfortunately, […]

New at CA Fire Safe Council

Jerry Davies new Chairman of California Fire Safe Council Glendora, CA—January 26, 2015. The California Fire Safe Council (CFSC) has elected Jerry Davies as the new Chairman, effective January 1. Davies replaces Pat Kidder who has served as Chairman the past four years. Kidder, a board member since the founding of CFSC, will remain on the […]

New Funding for CA HHS system reforms

New funding gives states and innovators tools and flexibility to implement delivery system reform in California Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced new delivery system reform efforts made possible by the Affordable Care Act that offer states and innovators tools and flexibility to transform health care. CA HHS announced twelve prospective recipients […]

Bonilla Bill to protect children in mixed martial arts

Bill approved by Governor Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 1186, by Assemblywoman Susan A. Bonilla, which will protect young athletes who participate in full contact mixed martial arts events. “This measure is a high priority because it strengthens protections for the health and well-being of our children who enjoy these sports,” said […]