Congressional candidate Scott Baugh (R-CA47) praised Judge Robert Summerhays of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana for his ruling halting the Biden administration’s plans to lift public health directive Title 42. “The Border Patrol has apprehended 900,000 migrants at the border since October. In March, 221,303
The Latino Corporate Directors Association (LCDA) released research documenting the successes and failures of California law AB 979 in its California Boardroom Equity Report: A Review of California Public Company Board Composition by Ethnicity, Race, and Gender. As of December 31, 2021, AB 979 has been successful in reducing the
The Lincoln Club of Orange County, California’s leading conservative donor organization, announced its endorsement of Christopher Duff for Superior Court Judge. Lincoln Club of Orange County President Teresa Hernandez issued the following statement: “Orange County can’t sit by idly and watch violent criminal activity trickle down from Los Angeles County.
Congressman Alan Lowenthal (CA-47), today, introduced legislation to prevent the discharge of plastic pellets into the environment during the manufacture or transport of the pellets or during the manufacture of plastic products from the pellets. The legislation is co-sponsored by Congress Members Lloyd Doggett (TX-35), Jared Huffman (CA-02), Eleanor Holmes
With the average price per gallon of gas in California reaching $6 Wednesday, California Republican Party endorsed US Senate Candidate Mark Meuser condemned the Biden Administration’s energy policies. “The needless suffering of Americans at the gas pump is being directly caused by the Biden Administration’s continued refusal to grant drilling
U.S. Representative Young Kim (CA-39) voted against House Democrats’ bill (H.R. 7688) to implement government price controls on the energy industry, which would stifle energy production and worsen the prices already hurting consumers. “As gas prices continue to reach record highs and are over $1 higher in California, Speaker
On Friday, May 13, Governor Newsom presented his May Revision for the 2022-23 budget based on updated information on the state’s fiscal outlook. The Governor proposed a $300 billion spending plan, including a $277 billion General Fund. General Fund revenues are now estimated to be nearly $55 billion higher than
Senator Thomas J. Umberg (D-Santa Ana) hosted his second annual API Leadership Awards Ceremony at the Le-Jao Center at Coastline Community College in Westminster honoring 5 organizations and 20 community leaders as this year’s API Leaders for the 34th Senate District. California is the most diverse state in the country
Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) issued the following statement in response to new information that the mass shooting in Laguna Woods is being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a federal hate crime. “What happened yesterday to Taiwanese parishioners is traumatic and devastating to the entire Orange County community.
Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) issued the following statement on Governor Newsom’s $300.7 billion budget priorities: “The Governor projects a $47 billion operating budget surplus even though the Legislative Analyst’s Office projects it to be $65 billion. Regardless, this is a lot of money. The legislature should resist the temptation
The House of Representatives passed H.R. 7791, the Access to Baby Formula Act, bipartisan legislation introduced by Rep. Michelle Steel (R-CA). Introduced with Rep. Jahana Hayes (D-CT), the legislation creates certainty for Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) recipients and infant formula manufacturers in the event
California’s leading conservative donor organization, the Lincoln Club of Orange County, announced its endorsement of Rhonda Shader for California’s 34th State Senate District. Last year, the club awarded Rhonda Shader with the Lincoln Club Impact Award due to her leadership on Placentia City Council, staying firm on her values despite
Long Beach business Media Partners Worldwide, Inc., (MPW) CEO and Founder Natalie Hale has endorsed City Council Candidate Deborah Castro for District 3, a recently redistricted area. “Deborah Castro has the common sense, business sense, and collaborative approach needed to be an effective city council member,” stated Hale. “Her experience