Archived Video

January 17, 2017
I arise in opposition. I never voted with a single source bill before, and I’m not going to vote for a single source resolution. The fact that matter is I have a lot of rural San Diego in my district and we have a lot of clinics. We’re not fighting to get them fully funded. We’re not fighting to...
January 5, 2017
Video from the event.
December 5, 2016
August 23, 2016
Senator Anderson supports AB 1761, which provides affirmative defense for human trafficking victims. Human trafficking victims are not convicted for crimes they were forced to commit while being trafficked. Anderson states that individuals of human trafficking are victims and should not be...
August 23, 2016
Senator Anderson supports AB 1676 as a step in the right direction for ending wage discrimination based on gender. Anderson argues that women should be paid as a man would for the same job. Transcription: Senators, that’s the problem. We keep talking in great game. We keep saying that we want to...
May 19, 2016
Video by Republican Caucus
March 10, 2016
Senator Anderson opposed raising the minimum legal age on tobacco products. He believes that raising the minimum legal age on tobacco products would hurt returning veterans suffering with PTSD because using tobacco products helps them cope with PTSD.
March 10, 2016
Senator Anderson opposed ABX2 10 which would raise taxes on tobacco and tobacco products because the tax is not guaranteed to fund health concerns of smokers. Senator Anderson expresses that the taxes could be used for anything, even if the issue is unrelated to health issues.
March 1, 2016
I asked that the Senate adjourn in the memory of Evelyn Mary LaBrake, a Kumeyaay native and a tribal elder from Sycuan. Evelyn was a former representative to California Nations Indian Gaming Association. Evelyn was recognized as a defender of tribal sovereignty, tribal government gaming, and...
February 29, 2016
The Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Services Act says people with developmental disabilities and their families have a right to get the services and supports they need to live like people without disabilities.