• Sen. Anderson: Nicole is from Michigan, my home state. She was born with a genetic illness that needs constant medical attention. When she moved from Michigan to California, the battle to get the right insurance coverage was tougher than Nicole had thought. Nicole: I had a low level insurance that...
  • This week marks the 5th anniversary of realizing one constituent’s dream to honor one of World War ll’s most elite combat units with the “Tuskegee Airmen Highway” – a dedicated section of Interstate 15 near Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar in San Diego.

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April 19, 2018
SB 1169: Wildfire Incident Penalty and Fine Fund Summary This bill will help local communities devastated by wildfires prepare for future fires by providing them with crucial wildfire protection and prevention funds. The bill will direct a portion of fines paid by utilities deemed responsible for...
April 19, 2018
State Capitol — Two of California State Senator Joel Anderson (R-Alpine)’s bills were heard in committees on Tuesday. One of the bills aims to provide justice to people that were wrongfully incarcerated. The other bill creates the Wildfire Incident Penalty and Fine Fund to make money available for...
April 19, 2018
State Capitol — State Senator Joel Anderson (R-Alpine) asked Attorney General Xavier Becerra to account for the lack of progress on reducing the backlog of people on the Armed Prohibited Persons System (APPS) during the Budget & Fiscal Review Sub Committee No. 5 hearing today. Anderson has...
April 18, 2018
Saturday, April 14th marked the 17th “Heroes Day” celebrated by Bridgepoint Education. On this year’s Heroes Day, employees and students from Bridgepoint Education and their academic institution, Ashford University, sorted donated clothes for the Support the Enlisted Project (STEP). STEP is a...
April 17, 2018
California can and must do better by those our system of justice has wronged. Imprisoning an innocent person is an affront to the very concept of a fair system of justice for the accused, the victims, and both their families. When it occurs, the least the state can do is restore that individual as quickly and completely as possible to the life taken from them.

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