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Cracking Down on Medi-Cal "Rehab Racket"
May 2, 2014
How could a convicted felon get rich from the vulnerability of those participating in drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment programs funded by the state? Why aren't there safeguards in place to prevent this from happening?
Cannella Legislation to Strengthen Revenge Porn Laws Receives Bipartisan Support
April 30, 2014
New legislation by State Senator Anthony Cannella (R-Ceres) that would expand the scope of the law to combat the practice commonly known as “revenge porn” passed the Senate Public Safety Committee. SB 1255 modifies the current law to include what is commonly known on the Internet as a “selfie,” an...
Sen. Cannella Issues Statement on New Hiring Tax Credit Pilot Program in Merced
April 24, 2014
State Senator Anthony Cannella (R-Ceres) today issued the following statement following announcement by Governor Brown that Merced will be one of three new pilot programs for a hiring tax credit that resulted from last year’s SB 90 , coauthored by Cannella: “It is important that as California...
Sen. Cannella Remains Committed to Water Bond Increasing Water Supply to California
April 22, 2014
State Senator Anthony Cannella (R-Ceres) today issued the following statement following the defeat of SB 927 in the Senate Natural Resources and Water committee: “SB 927 received bipartisan support, demonstrating the need for a water bond that will create new water for California. Our current...
Cannella Capitol Update: April 2014
April 9, 2014
Dear Friend, IN THIS ISSUE: Legislative Update Appointments and Recognitions Mobile Office Hours Passport to Summer District and State Happenings One of my number one priorities is traveling throughout the district and visiting with as many people as possible. Last month I had the privilege to...
Sen. Cannella Calls Asm. Donnelly's Comments Offensive and Wrong
April 8, 2014
State Senator Anthony Cannella (R-Ceres) today criticized State Assemblyman Tim Donnelly for inciting violence against immigrants. As reported in the Los Angeles Times , a Donnelly anti-illegal immigrant rant called upon people to “rise up” and “take the place” of one of his ancestors who fought at...
Providing homeowner tax relief is a win for all
March 28, 2014
Also published at Merced Sun-Star There are so many comforting and well-known phrases based on a homestead – home sweet home, home is where the heart is, there’s no place like home – the list goes on. Why? Because home is a safe place, at least it should be. When the Central Valley experienced one...
Sen. Cannella Issues Statement on Water Bond Hearing
March 25, 2014
State Senator and Vice-Chair of the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee Anthony Cannella (R-Ceres) issued the following statement regarding today’s committee hearing on AB 1331, relating to a water bond for the November 2014 ballot: “While I appreciate the work Assemblyman Rendon is doing...
Town Hall: Salinas Valley Water Woes
March 20, 2014
Senator Anthony Cannella invites you to a Town Hall Meeting on Salinas Valley Water Woes, a discussion of California’s driest year on record. Thursday, March 27, 5:00pm at the City Hall Rotunda, 200 Lincoln Avenue in Salinas. For more info...
Sen. Cannella Issues Statement on Modified State Water Board Order
March 18, 2014
tate Senator Anthony Cannella (R-Ceres) issued the following statement regarding today’s modification of the California State Water Resources Control Board emergency drought order: “I am pleased to see the State Water Board’s latest modifications to the emergency drought order. It is imperative...
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