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May 31, 2017
The bill, inspired by Shadow Hills High School student Robert Ortega, will require high school students to pass a Financial Literacy class prior to graduation.

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June 17, 2016
In his weekly Capitol Update, Senator Stone exams the budget passed this week – which he opposed -- and how even in the world’s 6th largest economy, California’s roads are crumbling, middle-class families can’t afford a home and taxes are among the nations’ highest.

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May 26, 2015
On Tuesday Senator Stone rose to provide bi-partisan support for SB 358 that will prohibit an employer from paying any of its employees less than wages paid to employees of the opposite sex for comparable work.
May 22, 2015
In remarks in the Senate Budget Committee, Senator Stone spoke in favor of funding schools and vital programs while also calling for the State to begin planning for future deficits. In his comments, Senator Stone praised Governor Brown’s general fiscal restraint and asked his colleagues in the...
May 22, 2015
In this video, Senator Stone speaks out against the idea of imposing a mileage tax as a funding mechanism for state roads and bridges. In his remarks to the Budget Committee, Senator Stone rightly points out that Riverside County residents already pay substantial amounts of money for roads and...
May 21, 2015
In his weekly Capitol Update Senator Stone reminds us that Memorial Day is about much more than barbecues, picnics and the beach and speaks of the sacrifices made by our fallen heroes to keep America free.
May 14, 2015
On Thursday the Senator, a practicing pharmacist for 34 years, spoke to the Senate in support of Senate Bill 277. The bill, which he co-authored, will further protect people, especially California’s children, from many diseases including measles which remains one of the leading causes of death...
May 14, 2015
In his weekly Capitol Update Senator Stone, a pharmacist for 34 years, explains the importance of making sure our children receive vaccinations and reminds people that nothing in SB 277 mandates parents to vaccinate their children if that is their desire.
May 12, 2015
Senator Stone appeared on the John and Ken Show on Tuesday to discuss SB 281, his bill that would cut the salaries of termed out legislators and others who end up with soft landings, and salaries over $100,000 per year, doing part-time work on state boards and commissions.

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