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August 8, 2020
Senator Moorlach comments and asks questions on Assembly Bill 66, a bill related to police use of force, in the Senate Public Safety Committee on August 7, 2020.
August 7, 2020
Senator Moorlach comments and asks questions on Assembly Bill 1022, a bill related to police use of force, in Senate Public Safety Committee on August 7, 2020.
August 7, 2020
Senator Moorlach asks a question on Assembly Bill 2362 during a Senate Public Safety Committee hearing on August 7, 2020.
August 7, 2020
Senator Moorlach comments and asks a question on Assembly Bill 3070, a bill related to jury selection, in Senate Public Safety Committee on August 7, 2020.
August 7, 2020
Senator Moorlach comments and asks questions on Assembly Bill 195 during a Senate Public Safety Committee on August 7, 2020.
August 6, 2020
Senator Moorlach as questions about SB 423, a measure related to the statewide general election, during Senate Floor Session on August 6, 2020.
August 6, 2020
Senator Moorlach ask questions and voices concerns about AB 69, a measure related to financing accessory dwelling units, during a Housing Committee hearing on August 6, 2020.
August 6, 2020
During a Housing Committee hearing on August 6, 2020, Senator Moorlach expresses his concerns about state mandates contained in SB 275.
August 6, 2020
Senator Moorlach asks for clarification on AB 831 during a Housing Committee hearing on August 6, 2020.
August 6, 2020
During a Housing Committee hearing on August 6, 2020, Senator Moorlach asks for clarification on AB 168 regarding tribal cultural land.

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February 12, 2018
Senate Bill 656 to reform the Judicial Retirement System II would let judges leave the bench earlier, with the requirement that they defer their pension until their eligible date and, in many cases, take a proportional reduction based on fewer years of service credit. Passed by the Legislature...
February 12, 2018
Senate Bill 688 addresses the Mental Health Services Act and the need to improve financial reporting standards when using MHSA funds. Counties will be required to complete their Annual Mental Health Services Act Revenue and Expenditure Report (ARER) in compliance with generally accepted accounting...
February 12, 2018
Senate Bill 688 addresses the Mental Health Services Act and the need to improve financial reporting standards when using MHSA funds. Counties will be required to complete their Annual Mental Health Services Act Revenue and Expenditure Report (ARER) in compliance with generally accepted accounting...
February 12, 2018
Senate Constitutional Amendment 8 gives the legislature and public pension systems the ability to adjust public employees’ retirement benefit formulas on a prospective basis. Killed in Public Employment and Retirement Committee. Bill page .
February 12, 2018
Senate Bill 688 addresses the Mental Health Services Act and the need to improve financial reporting standards when using MHSA funds. Counties will be required to complete their Annual Mental Health Services Act Revenue and Expenditure Report (ARER) in compliance with generally accepted accounting...
February 12, 2018
Senate Constitutional Amendment 10 will prohibit public employers from increasing retirement benefits for their employees without two-thirds voter approval. Killed in Public Employment and Retirement Committee . Bill page .
February 12, 2018
Senate Bill 656 to reform the Judicial Retirement System II would let judges leave the bench earlier, with the requirement that they defer their pension until their eligible date and, in many cases, take a proportional reduction based on fewer years of service credit. Passed by the Legislature...
February 12, 2018
Senate Bill 656 to reform the Judicial Retirement System II would let judges leave the bench earlier, with the requirement that they defer their pension until their eligible date and, in many cases, take a proportional reduction based on fewer years of service credit. Passed by the Legislature...
February 12, 2018
Senate Bill 656 to reform the Judicial Retirement System II would let judges leave the bench earlier, with the requirement that they defer their pension until their eligible date and, in many cases, take a proportional reduction based on fewer years of service credit. Passed by the Legislature...
February 12, 2018
Senate Bill 656to reform the Judicial Retirement System II would let judges leave the bench earlier, with the requirement that they defer their pension until their eligible date and, in many cases, take a proportional reduction based on fewer years of service credit. Passed by the Legislature...

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February 27, 2017
Senate Constitutional Amendment 7 repeals Prop 71 and stops the further issuance of bonds to fund stem cell research. Killed in Senate Health Committee . Bill page .
January 24, 2017
Senator Moorlach discusses the Governor’s proposed 2017-18 state budget. Join the conversation: Tweet Senator Moorlach at @SenatorMoorlach and Larry at @lanewsguy #SundayMorningNewsmakers.
January 20, 2017
Senator Moorlach joined Andrew Graham on NewsRadio KFBK to discuss a glaring miscalculation in last year's Medi-Cal program, an oversight that contributed to Brown's projection of a deficit in the upcoming budget.
January 19, 2017
Tomorrow, January 20, 2017, will be a momentous day. My hope is for the peaceful transition of power in the United States, that the incoming Presidency will be a success, and that the President-elect will take his responsibilities seriously to ensure a strong and unified America. Learn More HERE .
January 13, 2017
Senator Moorlach joins KFI AM 640 hosts, John and Ken to discuss what might happen if California refuses to go along with the law and loses out on federal funds. Follow @SenatorMoorlach and @JohnandKenShow to join the conversation.

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April 26, 2016
Senate Bill 1142 would allow small business owners, many of whom are “mom-and-pop” businesses, a “right to cure” within 120 days any identified non-compliance of the Construction- Related Accessibility Standards Compliance Act or Federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), without penalty and...
April 26, 2016
Senator Moorlach Joins KNX 1070 News Radio to Discuss SB 1142- ADA Reform: Right to Cure. SB 1142 aims to reform the ADA, allowing 120 days for business owners accused of any violations to cure any compliance issues before they can be taken to court. This “Right to Cure” legislation is a thoughtful...
April 25, 2016
SHARE / TWEET THIS: #SB1142 “Right to Cure” legislation is a thoughtful & fair solution to a growing threat to #business owners http://bit.ly/SB1142) #caleg Of 2,323 fed & state #ADA complaints in 2015, 40% were filed by same 2 firms, 70% by same 6 firms. We need #SB1142: https://moorlach...
April 25, 2016
Rachelle Golden defends public and private entities against lawsuits brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act. As someone who has used a manual wheelchair since 1999, she is passionate about ensuring accessibility compliance however, her legal philosophy rests upon working collaboratively...
April 25, 2016
Rachelle Golden defends public and private entities against lawsuits brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act. As someone who has used a manual wheelchair since 1999, she is passionate about ensuring accessibility compliance however, her legal philosophy rests upon working collaboratively...
April 25, 2016
Rachelle Golden defends public and private entities against lawsuits brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act. As someone who has used a manual wheelchair since 1999, she is passionate about ensuring accessibility compliance however, her legal philosophy rests upon working collaboratively...
April 22, 2016
Read Mr. Passanisi's OC Register op-ed, “How to make business less a target for exploitive lawsuits” HERE . Learn more about why California needs SB 1142 - ADA Reform: Right to Cure . SHARE / TWEET THIS: #SB1142 “Right to Cure” legislation is a thoughtful & fair solution to a growing threat to...
April 22, 2016
Mr. Coles share his experience with ADA lawsuit abuse and why California business owners need the opportunity to fix any ADA non-compliance before they are vulnerable to a lawsuit that could potential drive them out of business. Learn more about why California needs SB 1142 - ADA Reform: Right to...
April 19, 2016
Senator Moorlach joins the Carl DeMaio KOGO 600 AM Radio to discuss California’s critical need for new options to tackle government waste. One option, Senate Bill 1141 would improve California’s roads at lower cost carried out with fewer delays—everything that the state is not getting with Caltrans.

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