Press Releases

January 9, 2019

SACRAMENTO — Senator Henry Stern, Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel, Assemblymember Christy Smith, Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin and Assemblymember Richard Bloom today issued the following statement in response to President Donald Trump’s comments regarding FEMA emergency aid:

November 8, 2018

Thousand Oaks – California State Senator Henry I. Stern (D- Thousand Oaks) issued the following statement on the shooting in Thousand Oaks, California:

“We never think a mass shooting will happen in our community...until it does. Today, we mourn with anger and unwanted grief the loss of those who were taken from the Thousand Oaks community far too early. 

Bill by Senator Stern would allow participating counties to create new form of conservatorship for those who cannot care from themselves

May 31, 2018

SACRAMENTO Yesterday afternoon, the California State Senate voted unanimously to pass SB 1045​, a bill authored by State Senator Henry Stern (D-Canoga Park) to help local governments reduce chronic homelessness and address threats to public safety by expanding and strengthening California conservatorship laws.  

May 23, 2018

SACRAMENTO — Yesterday, the California Public Utilities Commission released a report on the health impacts from well-control activities after the Aliso Canyon gas leak.

After Trump ends protection, bill seeks state ban on endangered species trophies

April 24, 2018

SACRAMENTO — Today the Senate Public Safety Committee approved SB 1487, the Iconic African Species Protection Act by Senator Henry Stern (D-Canoga Park) in a 5-2 vote.

April 6, 2018

SACRAMENTO — The Senate Committee on Education on Wednesday supported Senate Bill 1275, the Plan Against College Hunger Act by State Senator Henry Stern (D-Canoga Park), in a unanimous 6-0 vote.

California State Senate Oversight Hearing to Take a Closer Look Tomorrow at 9:30 am

March 5, 2018

SACRAMENTO - Responding to a weekend decision by an employee of the California Public Utilities Commission to allow SoCalGas to dramatically expand the usage of Aliso Canyon, without public notice or Commission approval, Senator Stern questioned the basis of the decision.