• As a member of the Veterans Affairs Committee and the Governor’s Military Council, Senator Janet Nguyen was proud to host a press conference at the State Capitol to announce Senate and Assembly bills designed to aid California’s Military Veterans.
  • Senate Republicans will not sacrifice the safety of our neighborhoods in order to protect criminals. Senate Bill 54 puts partisan politics ahead of public safety and is not in the best interests of California’s families and neighborhoods: Senate Bill 54 will turn California into a “sanctuary state...


In response to a tentative agreement on transportation tax increases reached today among Senate Democrats, Assembly Democrats and Governor Jerry Brown, Senator Jeff Stone (R-28th District) released the following statement:
Today, Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) joined members of the Senate Republican Caucus to stand up for veterans in California. Senator Janet Nguyen (R-Garden Grove), Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel), and Senator Jim Nielsen (R-Tehama) announced a package of legislative...
“Our Veterans have served this country bravely and it is only right for us to recognize their contributions and see that when they do come home, they receive the care and assistance they have earned,” said Senator Janet Nguyen.
A summary of some subcommittee activity from the past week Subcommittee #1 (Education) Portantino (D-Los Angeles) Chair, Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa), Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) College Choice, Middle Class Scholarships Threatened: The subcommittee discussed student financial aid, including a currently...
SACRAMENTO – Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller ( R-Bakersfield ) has decided to step down as Senate Republican Leader. Senate Republicans elected Senator Patricia “Pat” Bates ( R-Laguna Niguel ) to serve as the next Senate Republican Leader. Senator Fuller is termed-out next year and wanted to...