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June 6, 2018

While one man’s trash is another man’s treasure... one man’s treasure made of trash will be kept out of our ocean’s waters. That’s just one take on a beautiful new art installation—”Straws,” by James Paterson—on view at the Malibu Country Mart made of trash. Straws—a whopping 12,000 of them, all recovered from our local beaches—are the medium for the colorful art structure. It stands 15 feet tall and can be viewed from the shopping area’s lawn or even underneath it to get a closer perspective.

Press Releases

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.  

Press Releases

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.

Press Releases

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.

Press Releases

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.

Press Releases

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.

In the News

February 16, 2018

SACRAMENTO – In the wake of one of the deadliest school shootings in our nation’s history, State Senator Henry Stern (D-Canoga Park) and the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office (LADA) have introduced the “Juvenile Gun Safety Act” (SB 1281) to close a loophole in California law that allows individuals who have committed violent offenses as minors to escape prosecution for illegally owning or possessing a firearm in violation of the law.