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State Senator Moorlach gets to say "I told you so!" over California's attempted end-run around recent changes to federal tax law.

In response to Governor Newsom’s announcement of the Health Corp initiative which seeks to expand the number of healthcare professionals in California in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, Senator John Moorlach released the following statement: “While I am thrilled to get medical professionals back into this fight against a …continue reading

State Senator Moorlach gets to say "I told you so!" over California's attempted end-run around recent changes to federal tax law.

As pressure has mounted on Governor Gavin Newsom and the California Board of Registered Nursing to take action to allow 10,000+ California nursing students to graduate on time in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak, Senator John M. W. Moorlach sent the following letter to Governor Newsom seeking executive action …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for February 23 through February 29 included Costa Mesa and COVID-19, a shooting in Long Beach, and Chick-fil-A chickening out. Top Ten Stories for February 23 through February 29 were the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Long …continue reading

State Senator Moorlach gets to say "I told you so!" over California's attempted end-run around recent changes to federal tax law.

California Sen. John Moorlach, R-Costa Mesa, released this statement on the Federal government’s notification that it will not be moving coronavirus patients to Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa: “This is the right decision by Federal authorities to not put coronavirus patients in Costa Mesa, a densely populated area of …continue reading

California State Senate

Senators Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) and John Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa) announced that they have jointly introduced the “Voter Roll Accuracy Act” (Senate Bill 994) to increase the accuracy of county voter rolls by requiring jury commissioners to share relevant changes in a prospective juror’s voter registration data with county election …continue reading

After several days of confusion and unanswered questions surrounding the recent announcement by Governor Gavin Newsom that COVID-19 (Coronavirus) patients would be placed in quarantine at Fairview Developmental Center in Costa Mesa, Senator John M. W. Moorlach sent the following letter to Governor Newsom seeking clarification about the issues this …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for February 16 through February 22 included a suicidal Nevada man in Seal Beach, jazz in Buena Park, and Cypress Police Chief retires. Top Ten Stories for February 16 through February 22 were the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts …continue reading

State Senator Moorlach gets to say "I told you so!" over California's attempted end-run around recent changes to federal tax law.

Senator John M. W. Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa) issued the following statement today after the California State Auditor, directed by the Joint Legislative Audit Committee, released an audit finding at least 10 state agencies purchasing Workers’ Compensation Insurance from State Compensation Insurance Fund (State Fund), a nonprofit enterprise established by the …continue reading

State Senator Moorlach gets to say "I told you so!" over California's attempted end-run around recent changes to federal tax law.

Senator John M. W. Moorlach’s (R-Costa Mesa) fair referendum practice bill, Senate Bill 359, Municipal Referendum Petitions, was signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom. This bill creates an additional simplified, cost-effective referendum methodology for parties who are interested in overturning an ordinance passed by a city council. “I am …continue reading

State Senator Moorlach gets to say "I told you so!" over California's attempted end-run around recent changes to federal tax law.

Six of Senator John M. W. Moorlach’s bills are making their way through the Assembly. All have passed their first committees and head to either the Assembly Appropriations Committee or the Assembly floor for a vote. Senate Bill 359, Municipal Referendum Petitions, passed in the Assembly Elections and Redistricting Committee …continue reading