SACRAMENTO – Highlighting the need for a culture change, Senator Kevin de Leόn and Legislative Women’s Caucus Chair and Vice Chair, Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal and Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson announced Senate Bill 967 which will require California colleges and universities to address campus sexual violence by requiring them to adopt consistent victim-centered sexual assault response policies and protocols that follow best practices and professional standards.
SACRAMENTO –Monday, February 10, 2014 at 11:30 a.m. in State Capitol Room 1190, Senator Kevin de León and the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault will announce new legislation to address sexual assault on college campuses with the Legislative Women’s Caucus Chair and Vice Chair, Assemblywoman Bonnie Lowenthal and Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson.
WHEN: Monday, February 10, 2014 @ 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: State Capitol, Room 1190
SACRAMENTO – The Senate Rules Committee has approved the establishment of a Council of Economic and Policy Advisors as a collaborative relationship between the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Anderson School of Management and the State Senate. This new partnership creates an official channel for legislators to approach academics for solutions to overcome complex issues.
SACRAMENTO—The Senate today approved legislation (SB 808) by Senator Kevin de Leόn (D-Los Angeles) to ban the sale, manufacture, purchase and trafficking of plastic and self-made firearms – referred to as “ghost guns” – in California. The bill requires self-made or assembled firearms to contain permanent pieces of metal and to be registered with the Department of Justice (DOJ) through a serial number and gun owner background check. The Senate floor vote was 21 ayes – 9 noes.
SACRAMENTO – Senator Kevin de Leόn (D-Los Angeles) today made the following remarks in his address to the National Academy of Social Insurance, Annual Policy Research Conference, at the National Press Club, via webcast.
“I am pleased to finally see national attention to the plight of millions of working Americans who have no pensions. Listening to the President’s State of the Union last night, it’s promising that he is directing the Treasury to tackle this issue.
SACRAMENTO – The Senate approved legislation today by Senator Kevin de Leόn (D-Los Angeles) that will set deadlines to shut down hazardous waste facilities that continue to violate health and safety laws while operating on expired permits. The bill (SB 812) will strengthen the hazardous waste regulatory system, beginning with addressing when final permit decisions must be mad
LOS ANGELES – Senators Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles), Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima) and Ricardo Lara (D-Long Beach) today unveiled legislation that will implement a ban on single-use plastic grocery bags, promote recycling and California manufacturing, and provide financial incentives to maintain and retrain California employees in affected industries. The lawmakers were joined by environmental, worker and manufacturing representatives at the news con