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Senator Stone's Resolution Honoring 911 Dispatchers Passes Unanimously
April 19, 2018
Sacramento, Ca. – Senate Resolution 99, by Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) , recognizing the week of April 8-14 as California Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, was passed with a unanimous vote by the State Senate. The resolution honors all of the emergency dispatchers who answer 911...
Senator Stone Bill to Help Seniors Needing Home Care Killed by Big Labor
April 11, 2018
S acramento, Ca. -- Senate Bill 1188 by Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) to allow home care workers to be on duty for 24 or more consecutive hours -- as long as they enter into a voluntary written agreement to do so -- was defeated on a party line vote by the Labor and Industrial Relations...
Senator Stone supports enhanced protections for the LGBTQ community
April 10, 2018
Sacramento, Ca. -- Today Democrats on the Senate Public Safety Committee opposed Senate Bill 971 by Senator Janet Nguyen (R-Orange County) that would have added protections for members of the LBGTQ who are murdered because of their gender and sexual orientation. Existing law provides the death...
Senator Stone introduces Resolution Honoring 911 Dispatchers
April 9, 2018
Sacramento, Ca. -- Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) recently introduced Senate Resolution 99 recognizing the week of April 8-14 as California Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. The resolution honors all of the emergency dispatchers who answer 911 calls and serve the people of California...
Senator Jeff Stone Amends Tax Bill to Help Special Needs Families
March 19, 2018
(Sacramento, CA) – Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) today announced he has submitted amendments to his proposed legislation to eliminate state income taxes for individuals earning less than $100,000 per year and married couples earning more than $200,000 while requiring part-time residents...
Senator Stone Advocates Improving Care for Disabled Californians
March 15, 2018
Sacramento, Ca. -- Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) joined colleagues on the Budget Committee today in listening to testimony from community service providers who care for people with disabilities such as severe autism or epilepsy. Payment rates for these services are typically set under...
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Tammy Wilson named Woman of the Year for 28th Senate District by Senator Stone
March 12, 2018
Tammy Wilson, Chief Executive Officer of Oak Grove Center, was honored as the Woman of the Year in the 28th Senate District by State Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County).
Senator Stone Introduces Tax Relief Measure
February 16, 2018
(Sacramento, CA) – Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) today introduced legislation – SB 1352 – to substantially reduce state tax rates for Californian’s working families. Also called the Saving Money And Reducing Taxes (SMART) Act, SB 1352 will make the first $100,000 of income exempt from...
Senator Stone Introduces Legislation to Deter Metal Theft
February 14, 2018
(Sacramento, CA) – In an effort to combat a rising level of thieves stealing valuable metals like copper, iron and steel, Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) has introduced Senate Bill 1161. Metal theft has become an increasing problem for local businesses and farmers due to the high value of...
Senator Stone Introduces Tax Relief Bill for Disaster Victims
February 12, 2018
(Sacramento, CA) – Senator Jeff Stone (R-Riverside County) today introduced Senate Bill 1091, a measure that gives homeowners whose property was destroyed in a natural disaster in 2017 or 2018 relief from reassessment of replacement properties. “If a family had their home destroyed in the fires,...
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