State Senator Jerry Hill joins Santa Clara County Supervisors Cindy Chavez, Ken Yeager and Mike Wasserman, San Jose Unified School District Superintendent Nancy Albarrán and representatives of Racing Hearts to celebrate the installation of 94 AEDs at district schools.
Senator Jerry Hill announced today that he will introduce legislation in December to compel hospitals throughout the state to report cases of patients with superbugs – antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections.
Senator Jerry Hill joins Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith in a news conference to unveil the gun vaults her office has ordered for sworn staff in anticipation of the new safe-storage requirements for law enforcement that take effect in January under Hill’s Senate Bill 869.
Governor Brown signed legislation by Senator Jerry Hill today to authorize the launch of a three-year pilot program that would give young adult offenders the opportunity to take advantage of educational and support services in the juvenile justice system, rather than serve their time in county jails with adults.
News Release from the Office of the Governor: Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today signed legislation - SB 438 by Senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) - to help advance the development of a statewide earthquake early warning system in California.
Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senator Jerry Hill’s legislation to extend and expand statewide a pilot program that requires drunk driving offenders to use ignition interlocks – devices that prevent cars from starting if their drivers are not sober.
Governor Brown signed legislation by Senator Jerry Hill to update California law so that law enforcement officers are not exempt from requirements for safe storage of handguns left unattended in vehicles.
Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 465 in a private ceremony this morning attended by the family of the Bay Area student who died and Irish dignitaries representing the five exchange students killed and the seven others seriously injured when a balcony of a Berkeley apartment building collapsed.