Governor Jerry Brown’s revised budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year, released today, seeks to increase spending on various programs over what was proposed earlier this year, but several Inland Empire lawmakers said the appropriations will only feed bureaucratic pursuits, while others were more optimistic.
According to a press release issued by the office of Governor Jerry Brown, the governor signed the Transportation Bill into law without any fanfare Friday, April 28.
Three Murrieta Firefighters were honored by a state lawmaker last week for the role they played in rescuing a family from some fast-moving floodwaters. Senator Jeff Stone stood before a crowd of family, friends, city council members and first responders Friday, March 4, and said how honored he was to be there in the presence […]
SACRAMENTO – Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside) is proud to announce that Cash For College Workshops will be held across the 28th Senate District to provide students attending or planning to attend college with hands-on assistance applying for financial aid. “The Federal Student Aid (FASFA) process can be confusing, and if not completed properly, can cost […]
SACRAMENTO – Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) announced the availability of applications for the 2016-2017 California Senate Fellows program that gives college graduates a chance to become full-time Senate staff members. The program provides graduates an opportunity to become Senate staff members at the state Capitol in Sacramento for 11 months beginning in October 2016. Fellows are […]
SACRAMENTO – Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) issued a statement about the State Budget acted on by the California State Senate today, calling it “smoke and mirrors legislation.” Stone said the budget does little to address the state’s current financial problems, ones that hurt working class families and “will burden our children and grand-children with massive debt […]
RIVERSIDE – A first-term Inland Empire lawmaker’s first bill proposes lifting swimming restrictions at a Riverside County lake to make the location more attractive to outdoor enthusiasts and commercial interests.