Final Legislative Update
Senator Bob Huff ( R-San Dimas) has been awarded a perfect score from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB California) in the latest voting record compiled for the 2016 legislative session. Senator Huff earned placement in the NFIB’s “100 Percent Club” by protecting small business...
Legislation that bans the sale of powdered alcohol, or “Palcohol,” will become law in California on January 1, 2017, after receiving the Governor’s signature of approval. The Governor’s signature on SB 819, which was authored by Senator Bob Huff (R-San Dimas), makes California the 34th state to ban or restrict the sale of this dangerous product.
In this Issue: District of Choice Program Update | Orange County Business Council | Disability Promise Award | Upcoming Health Screening | Another Piece of Great News About Foothill Transit’s Electric Bus Program in SD 29! | California Still Has the Highest Poverty Rate of Any State | CA Drought: No Time to Ease Efforts | Eagle Scouts in the 29th Senate District | Save the Date – Open House
Legislation designed to collect accurate data on purchasers of sex has been signed into law by the Governor. SB 420, authored by Senator Bob Huff (R-San Dimas), targets the demand side of human trafficking by amending Penal Code Section 647(b) to make a clear distinction between the buyers and sellers of human trafficking and prostitution.
Senator Huff says his final farewell to his Senate colleagues