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Stone Sentinel: September 2017
September 22, 2017
In this Issue: That’s a Wrap | Standing up for the People of California | Standing against special interests | There Ought to be a Law! | Governor signs Senator Stone’s bill to fight opioid addiction | Senator Stone’s Website | Visiting your State Capitol | Team Stone on the Move
Senator Stone's bill, signed by Gov. Brown, expands authority to treat Opioid Addiction
September 12, 2017
Sacramento – Senate Bill 554 by State Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. This bill will allow Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Assistants in California to prescribe buprenorphine to treat opioid addiction. A 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and...
There Ought to be a Law!!!
September 5, 2017
Have you ever said to yourself, “There ought to be a law….”? Once again this year high school students from Senator Stone’s 28th California Senate District are being encouraged to propose legislation that may become law in California. “There ought to be a law” is open to all high school students –...
Cooling Centers Available Across Riverside County
August 28, 2017
(Sacramento, Ca.) -- As temperatures soar across California this week, it is important to drink plenty of water and to make sure your children do the same. In addition please check on your elderly neighbors and friends to make sure they are keeping cool. Of course, it is important never to leave...
Bill benefits unions at expense of needy
August 21, 2017
Assembly Bill 1250, introduced by Assembly member Reggie Jones-Sawyer, a Democrat from Los Angeles, is a blatant power grab by the leadership of two of the largest public employee unions in California, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
Darkening skies over Sacramento not just from eclipse
August 18, 2017
Perhaps when the eclipse is over, the State Legislature and Governor Brown will see the light of day when it comes to what needs to be done to make California great once again.
Senator Jeff Stone Resigns from Legislative Jewish Caucus
August 17, 2017
(Sacramento, CA) – Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) has resigned from the California Legislative Jewish Caucus. As the only Republican member of the Jewish Caucus, Senator Stone said: “When I was invited to join the Jewish Caucus, I was expressly told that it was a non-partisan Caucus, and...
Stone Sentinel: August 2017
August 17, 2017
In this Issue: Stone Sentinel - August 2017 Edition | Darkening Skies over Sacramento | Welcome Consuelo Arias to Team Stone | Team Stone on the Move | Thanks to our great interns
Senator Stone welcomes a new District Representative
August 16, 2017
Senator Stone added another valuable member to the team this month with the addition of Consuelo Arias, who will serve as a District Representative. Consuelo grew up in Whittier. She attended UC Riverside and graduated with a degree in Political Science/International Relations. While completing her...
Stone Sentinel: July 2017
July 18, 2017
In this Issue: Senator Stone opposed the Cap and Trade Bill | Senator Stone calls for bipartisanship in Sacramento | Senator Stone responds to California’s record budget bill | SB 644, to increase penalties for drinking boaters, sent to Governor’s desk | Speaking up for the People of California | Senator Stone honors “Assistance League of Temecula Valley” as Nonprofit of the Year | Senator Stone adjourns Senate in memory of 2012 Temecula Chaparral High grad killed in collision | Busy Days in Sacramento | Jeff in the District | Team Stone on the Move
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