Measure to improve voter registration among foster youth approved with unanimous support
SACRAMENTO – State Senator Henry Stern’s bill to increase voter registration opportunities for California’s foster youth is set to become state law after yesterday receiving Governor Brown’s signature. Senate Bill 332 earned unanimous support in both houses of the legislature and will ensure foster youth, an often marginalized group, receive voter registration services when transitioning to adulthood.
Measure providing assistance to forgotten victims of abuse signed into law after receiving bi-partisan support in the Senate and Assembly
SACRAMENTO – State Senator Henry Stern’s SB 756, which will provide restitution for mental health services to young sexual abuse victims, has been signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown after receiving unanimous approval from members of both the State Assembly and Senate. SB 756 is the freshman Senator’s first measure sent to the Governor and signed into law.
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SACRAMENTO – State Senator Henry Stern released the following statement after the California Legislature passed a package of bills to extend the state’s historic Cap-and-Trade program to 2030.
Measure providing assistance to forgotten victims of abuse moves forward after receiving bi-partisan support in the Senate and Assembly
SACRAMENTO –State Senator Henry Stern’s SB 756, which would provide restitution for mental health services to young sexual abuse victims, now heads to Governor Jerry Brown’s desk to await his signature after receiving unanimous approval from members of both the State Assembly and Senate.
Conejo Schools Foundation receives ‘Non-Profit of the Year’ award for the 27th Senate District
SACRAMENTO, CA –Today Senator Henry Stern honored the Conejo Schools Foundation (CSF), an organization which supports local education initiatives in the Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD), at the California Non-Profit of the Year Awards Ceremony held in Sacramento. The annual awards ceremony honors the contributions of non-profit organizations to the State of California.
MALIBU - At least a hundred kids from across Los Angeles County spent the day surfing, learning about the ocean environment and engaging with their state representatives in a whole new way at State Senator Henry Stern's Inaugural Surf Summit.
The event was the brainchild of Senator Stern who engaged the Children’s Lifesaving Foundation and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Malibu, West San Gabriel Valley, West Valley, and Variety Boys & Girls Club to participate and shuttle their members out to Zuma Beach for the summit.
Local highlights include district funding for career technical education and care for people with developmental disabilities
SACRAMENTO – Senator Henry Stern released the following statement regarding the Senate’s passage of the 2017-18 state budget:
“California's economy is surging, and while we could have spent more, this budget shows restraint. Given the chaos in Washington, and inevitability of future downturns in the economy, bolstering the rainy day fund to $12 billion and reducing long-term pension liabilities makes good fiscal sense,” stated Senator Henry Stern.
SACRAMENTO, CA –Today Senator Henry Stern honored Mike Puetz, owner of Canoga Park’s Henri’s Restaurant, at the California Small Business Day Awards Ceremony held in Sacramento. The annual awards ceremony honors the contributions of small businesses to the State of California.
SB 57 would require regulators to determine what caused the 2015 blowout before fully re-opening the storage field.
SACRAMENTO – Today, State Senator Henry Stern’s SB 57 stalled today on the Senate Floor, falling three votes shy of the two-thirds threshold required to pass it on an urgency basis.
“Given the power of the gas lobby, I’m not surprised the bill stalled,” remarked Senator Stern. “I will continue to fight to give the residents of the north San Fernando Valley and Southern California ratepayers the comfort that another disaster like this never happens again.”
Call for entry for local artists to submit their original works for consideration
Call for entry to Senator Henry Stern's local Artist Showcase & Capitol Exhibition
State Senator Henry Stern is seeking artist submissions of original works which capture the spirit of California, and in particular Senate District 27, while reflecting on this moment in history.
Finalists will be featured in a local summer showcase in Southern California with one work selected to be displayed in the State Capitol art exhibit through September 2018.
**Submissions due midnight on Friday, June 9th