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Sen. Ted Lieu’s Plan to Increase Arts Funding to $25 Million Annually Moves Forward

ted-lieu In response to decades of budget cuts to one of California’s most dynamic and innovative industries, a plan by Sen. Ted Lieu of Redondo Beach to increase arts funding to $25 million annually passed its first policy test.

Sen. Lieu to Introduce Bill Banning State From Helping Feds Spy on Citizens

ted-lieu In response to repeated federal admissions of widespread spying on innocent American citizens, Sen. Ted Lieu will introduce a sweeping bill that would ban state agencies, officials and corporations that provide services to the state from supporting or assisting the federal government to spy or collect certain data on Californians.

Bullying Prevention Day Aims to Stop the Epidemic Early

Bullying Prevention Day The short movie “Day of Silence” depicts the life of a youth who is emotionally and physically bullied by a peer. Bullying Prevention Day encourage youths, parents and educators to raise awareness. As part of a statewide legislative effort, Sen.

Public Hearing Looks for Alternative Airline Fuels to Reduce Local Pollution

Alternative Fuel for Airlines Senator Ted Lieu will host a public hearing next week titled Pollution Risks of Aviation Fuel: Looking Forward to an Unleaded Alternative. Supporters of cleaner, safer air and reduced pollution from exhaust around high-density areas like Los Angeles will review pollution risks from lead and explore alternatives during a public hearing in Westchester by Sen.

Sen. Ted Lieu’s Proposed Political Contributions Disclosures Bill Moves Forward

ted-lieu Sen. Ted Lieu A plan to strengthen the California Political Reform Act through greater disclosures of political contributions passed the Senate Elections and Constitutional Amendments Committee Tuesday. “These changes would provide voters with more information about who’s funding the increasing amount of political ads and mailers,” Lieu, D-Torrance, said about Senate Bill 2, known as the Sunshine in Campaigns Act.

Data Supports Need For Crackdown on Parolees According to Sen. Lieu

Sen. Ted W. Lieu Sen. Ted W. Lieu New data shows record increases in the number of convicted sex offenders, gang members and other parolees who illegally cut off their ankle-mounted monitoring bracelets, bill author Sen. Ted W. Lieu of Torrance announced today.

Sen. Ted W. Lieu Takes on Issue of Parolees Removing GPS-aided Ankle Bracelets

ted lieu california senate Sen. Ted Lieu Citing recent state data showing a two-thirds jump in parolees who illegally remove ankle-mounted monitoring bracelets, Sen. Ted W. Lieu today introduced a bill making such actions a felony.

Sen. Lieu’s bill Blocking Mandatory Online Rent Payments Moves To Governor’s Desk

ted lieu california senate Sen. Ted Lieu In response to complaints from residents that more and more landlords are requiring rental payments be made only online, the California Senate today approved and sent to the governor a bill by Sen. Ted W. Lieu that would ensure residents can continue paying with check or money order.

West Basin Municipal Water District Recognizes State Senator Ted Lieu as its Legislator of the Year

ted lieu california senate Sen. Ted Lieu West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) has presented State Senator Ted Lieu with its esteemed Legislator of the Year award at its regular Board meeting on Monday, July 23, 2012. Senator Lieu has been a supporter of West Basin’s water recycling and conservation legislation and programs since his election to the legislature in 2005.

Measure by Sen. Ted W. Lieu Seeking to Protect Grieving Military Families Moves Forward

ted lieu california senate Sen. Ted Lieu On Monday a legislative public safety panel approved on a bipartisan vote a measure by Sen. Ted W. Lieu that seeks to protect grieving families from disruptive protests while balancing constitutionally sanctioned, free-speech protections.

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