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Three Murrieta firefighters honored for saving lives
March 9, 2017
Murrieta firefighters lauded for epic swift water rescue
March 6, 2017
California Republicans see a way out of irrelevance in the era of Trump
February 27, 2017
The Desert Sun: Why California Democratic leaders fear President Trump
February 12, 2017
It’s been almost a month since Donald Trump took the oath of office and was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. Over that time, we’ve quickly learned why Democrats in California are panicked beyond belief – it seems they don’t fear Trump as much as they fear that his policies and...
Desert reps condemn or defend Trump's order
January 31, 2017
Press-Telegram: Senator Stone is an advocate, and user, of solar technology
November 25, 2016
Sunny California continues to lead the nation in rooftop solar installations, but that’s not what’s most surprising about the new numbers from state utility regulators.
Blythe in focus: Will work for CHANGE
October 21, 2016
Palo Verde Valley Times: After hosting a recent senior citizens seminar on the dangers of frauds and scams, State Sen. Jeff Stone (CA-28th District) took a moment with the Times to discuss the matter of homelessness, which recently came to the forefront at the last City of Blythe council meeting.
'Horrific,' 'Physically Ill,' 'Crime Epidemic': Official outrage over Palm Springs cops murder
October 11, 2016
MyNewsLA.com: Riverside County lawmakers Monday were outraged and anguished over the deaths of two Palm Springs police officers gunned down responding to a family disturbance call, speculating as to the reasons behind the deadly encounter.
Reality Check: Which legislators are failing small business?
October 5, 2016
It’s easy to be a politician and claim to be a friend of small business. However, the annual NFIB Voting Record separates political rhetoric from reality.
MyNewsLA.com: Desperate terminal patients' hope -- New law OKs experiments
September 30, 2016
A bill authored by a Southland lawmaker and signed into law by the governor will allow terminally ill patients to access experimental and unapproved treatments. The “Right to Try” statute will allow California physicians to prescribe or recommend treatments that have not yet been approved by the U...
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KESQ: New bill aims to eliminate state income tax for poor, middle income
Lake Elsinore Patch: Lake Elsinore Lawmaker Proposes Sweeping Change To State Tax Code
Valley News: Bill seeks to spare disaster-impacted property owners from tax bite
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