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April 26, 2018
In his weekly video, Senator Stone gives a legislative update and announces his choice for Nonprofit of the Year

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July 19, 2017
As the Legislature heads out on summer break, Senator Stone wants to give everyone a reason to smile.
July 15, 2017
During a July 13th Senate Environmental Quality Committee hearing on AB 398, Senator Stone gets the cap-and-trade bill’s author to admit this legislation is a carbon tax. If AB 398 is passed by the Legislature, get ready to pay a lot more for gasoline in California. This “cap-and-tax” bill could...
July 6, 2017
In his Weekly Capitol Update, Senator Stone recalls the debate, compromise, and cooperation that led to the founding of our nation and calls of legislators in Sacramento to work together for all Californians.

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August 19, 2016
In his weekly Capitol Update, Senator Stone equates a series of popular Clint Eastwood movies from the 1960s to the actions taking place now in Sacramento as the legislature moves toward the end of the current session

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June 22, 2015
In his weekly Capitol Update, Senator Stone explains why he voted against the budget passed last week by Democrats in Sacramento,. The budget spends $7 billion more than last year but does nothing to fix our crumbling roads or help the state’s most vulnerable residents, while adding hundreds of...
June 19, 2015
On the Floor of the State Senate, Senator Jeff Stone speaks about the priorities of state government and calls on his colleagues join him in voting against a budget that does not adequately fund vital programs. SB 97 is the main budget bill that was passed out of the State Senate this morning.
June 19, 2015
In remarks delivered to his colleagues in the State Senate, Senator Stone spoke vehemently against mandatory consolidation of water agencies. SB 88 was written without any real input from the Legislature by the Administration and was only in print for a few hours before heard by the Budget...
June 19, 2015
Senator Stone urged his colleagues to support the Developmentally Disabled Community in California by shifting $270 million from a seldom-used and rarely requested special grant program for public teacher training to restore the prior 10% cuts made to the providers of services for disabled...
June 18, 2015
Senator Stone stood up for working class families at Thursday’s Budget and Fiscal Review Committee hearing
June 18, 2015
During Thursday’s budget hearing Senator Stone called on his colleagues to show leadership and send a message to Gov. Brown on behalf of the Developmentally Disabled Community
June 15, 2015
At a budget hearing on Monday Senator Stone spoke out in strong support of funding group homes like those he recently visited in the Coachella Valley
June 15, 2015
In his floor speech today Senator Stone called the budget plan approved by the Legislature excessive and spends money the state does not have

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