Press Release

Friday, September 15, 2017

SACRAMENTO—The California State Legislature has approved several bills by Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay).  The following bills have been sent to the Governor’s desk:

 

Friday, September 15, 2017

SACRAMENTO— The California Legislature approved AB 1269 by Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) which helps residents of mobilehome parks resolve disputes with park owners without going through expensive civil litigation. 

 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

SACRAMENTO – The California State Legislature has approved Assembly Bill 935 by Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) to require the California juvenile justice system to better serve youth suffering with mental illness by providing juveniles the same protections that adults have in competency proceedings. 

 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

SACRAMENTO— The California State Senate has approved AB 1269 by Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) which helps residents of mobilehome parks resolve disputes with park owners without going through expensive civil litigation. 

 

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

SACRAMENTO – The California Assembly has approved Assembly Bill 1556 by Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) to ensure that all Californians are protected against employment or housing discrimination regardless of gender identity. 

 

“This bill is consistent with previous legislative efforts to remove gender-specific terms from California’s codes, and it reflects our state’s long-established goal to ensure that transgender and gender non-conforming individuals are protected from discrimination in employment and housing.”

 

Thursday, August 31, 2017

SACRAMENTO—Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) has issued a statement regarding the imminent deportation of one of his constituents who were detained as a result of the February ICE raid in the City of Santa Cruz:

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

The iconic California coast

SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Mark Stone (D-Monterey Bay) has been appointed to the California Ocean Protection Council (OPC).  He will continue to serve on the California State Coastal Conservancy (Conservancy).