The mothers of Ashley Donohoe of Rohnert Park, one of the six students who died when a Berkeley apartment balcony collapsed, and Irish exchange student Aoife Beary, who was seriously injured, call for more oversight of builders.
Governor Brown’s newly signed state budget allocates $10 million to the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services to start the statewide build-out of the California Earthquake Early Warning System, Senator Jerry Hill and Cal OES Director Mark Ghilarducci announced today.
State Senator Jerry Hill, Assemblymember Adam Gray and Senator Robert Hertzberg applaud Governor Jerry Brown for his commitment today to start funding a statewide earthquake early warning system that would help save lives and protect the public before temblors strike.
The California Senate voted 23 to 11 today to pass Senator Jerry Hill’s legislation to crack down on excessive water users. The vote sent Senate Bill 814 to the Assembly for consideration by policy committees.
State Senators Jerry Hill and Senator Loni Hancock convene a hearing of the Senate Committee on Business, Professions and Economic Development to examine what state agencies have done to tighten oversight of firms with a history of construction defect settlements. State and local agencies are expected to outline their response to the June 2015 collapse of a fifth-floor balcony in a Berkeley apartment complex that killed six people and seriously injured seven others.
The Consumers Union, victims of botched treatment and other severe medical errors, as well as individuals whose loved ones died as a result of similar mistakes join Senator Jerry Hill in a news conference to urge support of Hill’s Senate Bill 1033 at 11:45 a.m., Monday, April 11, 2016, in Hearing Room 3191 of the State Capitol.
Senator Jerry Hill, Mothers Against Drunk Driving and surviving family members of victims killed by drunk drivers gather on the steps of the state Capitol Tuesday before the Senate Public Safety Committee’s hearing on SB 1046.
San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, surviving family members of victims killed by drunk drivers and other law enforcement partners join Senator Jerry Hill in a news conference at SFPD at 10 a.m. Monday, March 28.
Senator Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, introduced legislation to compel doctors on probation for serious offenses to notify their patients, prohibit the “rehoming” of adopted children, prevent DUI offenders from driving drunk again, and require the CPUC to tighten its oversight of utilities’ work to prevent wildfires caused by powerlines.