December 13, 2017

SACRAMENTOThe California State Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles) will hold a press conference in his office tomorrow:

What: Press conference to provide an update on the Senate’s efforts to strengthen its independent process and protect victims of sexual harassment, and other policy matters.

When: 10:30am, Thursday, December 14, 2017

Where: California State Capitol, Room 205

 

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December 12, 2017

BERKELEY – El futuro financiero parece más prometedor para millones de trabajadores de bajos y medianos ingresos en California, quienes corren el riesgo de caer en la pobreza al jubilarse, gracias a una legislación defendida por el presidente del Senado, Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles), según un estudio publicado hoy  por el Centro de Investigación Laboral y Empleo de la Universidad de California en Berkeley.

December 12, 2017

BERKELEY – The financial future looks brighter for millions of low-to-middle income workers in California in danger of slipping into poverty upon retirement thanks to legislation championed by Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles), according to research released today by the University of California Berkeley’s Center for Labor Research and Employment.

December 12, 2017

SACRAMENTO – El Presidente del Senado de California, Kevin de León (D-Los Ángeles), dio a conocer hoy día la siguiente declaración.  :

"La inesperada muerte del alcalde de San Francisco, Ed Lee, nos recuerda que la vida es demasiado corta y que debemos aprovechar al máximo nuestro tiempo fugaz en la Tierra.

December 12, 2017

SACRAMENTO – California Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles) today released this statement:

"The unexpected death of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee reminds us that life is too short and we need to make the most of our fleeting time on Earth. 

"Ed believed that and worked to achieve many great accomplishments throughout his life, including becoming the first Asian American mayor of one of America’s finest cities. A city, by the way, that was built by Chinese immigrants.

December 07, 2017

SACRAMENTO – El Presidente del Senado de California, Kevin de León (D-Los Ángeles), dio a conocer la siguiente declaración hoy día:

"Durante casi cuatro años, ha sido un gran honor dirigir un Senado Estatal de California unificado, progresivo y colaborativo. Juntos, hemos puesto el interés público sobre las ambiciones individuales y hemos logrado un progreso duradero en nombre de millones de californianos.

"El trabajo inconcluso permanece, y también la importante tradición de transiciones armoniosas y pacíficas del liderazgo de nuestro Senado.

December 07, 2017

SACRAMENTO – California Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles) released the following statement today:

 

"For nearly four years, it's been a profound honor to lead a unified, progressive and collaborative California State Senate.  Together, we've put the public interest over individual ambitions and made enduring progress on behalf of millions of Californians.

“Unfinished work remains - and so does our Senate's important tradition of seamless and peaceful leadership transitions.

December 04, 2017

SACRAMENTO – El Presidente Pro Tempore del Senado de California, Kevin de León, (D-Los Ángeles), líder del Senado Estatal de California, autor del Acta de Valores de California (SB 54), y defensor durante mucho tiempo de los derechos de los inmigrantes, dio a conocer la siguiente declaración hoy día:

December 04, 2017

SACRAMENTO – California Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles), leader of the California State Senate, author of the California Values Act (SB 54), and long-time immigrant rights advocate, released the following statement today:

December 02, 2017

“This tax plan is an insult to millions of Americans. After running a populist campaign appealing to the real frustration and economic insecurity of the middle class, the President and Republicans in Congress are pulling a classic bait and switch.  They are raising taxes for millions of working families so they can give the wealthiest Americans and multinational corporations massive tax breaks.