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'Ask Jerry 2015' - Senator Jerry Hill's Second Annual Online Town Hall

February 18, 2015

Senator Jerry Hill held an online town hall on February 18, 2015, and connected with constituents in a fast-paced, hour-long program that was live streamed from the state capital. Hill focused on the major issues facing the state this year, highlighted his key bills and fielded viewers’ questions on a wide range of topics.

Senator Hill Holds an Interactive Online Town Hall -- 'Ask Jerry'

February 19, 2014

Senator Jerry Hill held an online town hall on February 19, 2014, and connected with constituents in a program that was live streamed from the state capital. Hill focused on the major issues facing the state this year, highlighted his key bills and fielded viewers’ questions on topics ranging from the drought and high speed rail to transitional kindergarten and the need to disclose who is paying for political ads.

Bipartisan Effort Launched to Combat Child-Sex Trafficking

February 06, 2014

State Senators Ted Lieu, Holly Mitchell, Bob Huff, Jerry Hill, Marty Block and Assemblymember Susan Eggman, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Chairman Don Knabe, Daphne Phung, the founder of California Against Slavery, and Nola Brantley, executive director and co-founder of MISSSEY, which provides services to sexually exploited youth in Alameda County, joined forces in Sacramento today to demand harsher penalties for people who buy, sell and exploit young girls for sex.

Senate Subcommittee Hearing on Safety and the California Public Utilities Commission

November 19, 2013

Senator Hill Holds Hearing on Improving Safety Oversight at the California Public Utilities Commission

Assemblymembers Bradford and Mullin Join Hill to Question CPUC on Safety Policy and Practices

As chair of the state Senate's Subcommittee on Gas and Electic Infrastructure Safety, Senator Jerry Hill held a hearing with Assemblymembers Steven Bradford and Kevin Mullin on November 18 in San Francisco to examine the CPUC's progress on safety oversight in the three years since the fatal PG&E gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno.