Inland lawmaker leaving office ‘on top,’ plans to push job growth in new post

California State Senator Jeff Stone. (Courtesy photo)
RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Sen. Jeff Stone, R-La Quinta, said today he will be leaving office proud of his accomplishments and looking forward to bringing his experience and skills to bear working as an administrator for the U.S. Department of Labor. "I wanted to leave on top, and now I'm going to be a special envoy to President Trump to carry out his agenda and to do what I can creating jobs and helping our country keep on winning," Stone told City News Service. "I'll be working to enhance our domestic and international commerce, improve labor laws that protect our citizens and get rid of bad ones that prevent us from competing in the world marketplace." Stone will officially resign Friday as representative of the 28th Senate District, where he has served for five years, heading to San Fr
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