September 1, 2011
Sen. Cannella presents a resolution to 12-year-old Nicole Kissel, a Merced resident who saved Charles “Dale” Ostrander from drowning while swimming in the waters off the Long Beach peninsula in Washington State on August 5.
September 1, 2011
12-year-old Merced resident Nicole Kissel and her mother, Mallisa Rainey, accept a Senate Resolution presented by Sen. Cannella honoring Kissel’s heroism in helping save a drowning boy.
August 21, 2011
Sen. Cannella rises to support ACR 68, which declares October as Italian-American Heritage Month, and to introduce his father, former Assemblyman Sal Cannella. Sal and Anthony are the only father-son pair on the list of former and current Italian-American legislators.
August 18, 2011
Sen. Cannella and Sen. Blakeslee honor Hollister’s Brittany Slaton as Miss Rodeo California 2011
August 17, 2011
Sen. Cannella and Sen. Blakeslee recognize Brittany Slaton, of Hollister, on the Senate Floor
June 30, 2011
Sen. Cannella rises to request that the California State Senate adjourn in memory of Ellis Cogdill, father of former Senate Republican Leader Dave Cogdill. Ellis passed away June 26 after battling cancer. He is survived by his wife Viola, sons Dave and Jim, daughter Diana, ten grandchildren and...
June 16, 2011
Sen. Cannella sits down with Comcast Newsmakers’ Steve Swatt to discuss his first impressions of Sacramento, the transition from local to state government and his take on California’s budget crisis.
June 14, 2011
Sen. Cannella points out that Democrats' majority-vote budget is proof there is a pathway to a bipartisan compromise and urges Democrats to allow Californians to vote on critically important pension, regulatory and spending reforms.
June 9, 2011
Sen. Cannella discusses the importance of implementing spending, pension and regulatory reforms to get Sacramento’s fiscal house in order and address the challenges contributing to California’s persistent budget and economic problems.
May 31, 2011
Senator Cannella voices opposition to Senate Bill 469, which would make it more difficult for some businesses to expand and create jobs in California