Assemblyman Jerry Hill
Assemblyman Jerry Hill has appealed to the California Public Utilities Commission to change the method used to establish the rate of return on utilities. This request comes amid reports Pacific Gas and Electric could still have “salvaged” pipe in its system.
About one hundred families turned out at the College of San Mateo Saturday to learn car-seat safety and kids from the experts.
A nationwide effort to elect the president of the United States based on the popular vote rather than the current Electoral College system passed the California legislature Friday.
VWR International says their plan to relocate to the Central Valley is still on target despite one state legislator’s plan to prevent them from getting a tax break.
San Mateo Assemblyman Jerry Hill is proposing a law that would make it easier to suspend the tobacco licenses of stores that repeatedly sell cigarettes and other tobacco products to minors.
A Peninsula Assemblyman is highly critical of a fine agreement between the CPUC and PG&E.
The bill introduced by Assemblyman Jerry Hill would gut the law by prohibiting the use of state funds where the 50 percent mandate is used and banning its use on jobs outside the city limits.
A Peninsula assemblyman has proposed a bill aimed at preventing pipeline explosions like the natural gas blast that killed eight people in San Bruno.
A Peninsula lawmaker wants to expand state rules to protect against under-age drinking in party buses.
Gov. Schwarzenegger signed legislation this week that would revoke the driver’s license of anybody repeatedly caught driving under the influence in California.