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The Fuller Connection: September 2017
September 25, 2017
In this Issue: In Case You Missed it -- Bakersfield Californian: State should join Kern County’s leadership in fighting Valley Fever | Chiari Malformation Awareness Month | Free Small Business Tax Seminar in Tulare | Around the District | Ridgecrest’s Parade of 1000 Flags | Links for Life Newest Location | Focus Central’s 15th Anniversary | “Job Spot” An Educational and Employment Resource | Community Close-Up | Mobile Office Hours Schedule for October
Fuller Statement on the Anniversary of the 9-11 Attacks
September 11, 2017
"Very few events in the history of the United States have impacted our country like the events of September 11, 2001. "The tragic events of that day affected people across our country, are imprinted in our memories, and changed many people’s lives forever. "On this day each year, we remember the...
The Fuller Connection: August 2017
August 31, 2017
In this Issue: Valley Fever Awareness Month | Valley Fever Activists Recognized on Senate Floor | Valley Fever Webpage | Community Close-Up | Around the District
Fuller Presents Valley Fever Awareness Resolution
August 28, 2017
Senator Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) presented Senate Concurrent Resolution 72 which declares August as Valley Fever Awareness Month. In addition to Senator Fuller, SCR 72 is authored by Senators Andy Vidak and Scott Wilk.
The Fuller Connection - July 2017
July 25, 2017
Cap & Trade Tax Will Hurt Working Families | Changes are Underway at the Board of Equalization | State of the City in Bakersfield | Re-opening of the San Bernardino Superior Court in Needles | Crossroads Business Park Opens in Bakersfield | Department of Defense Announces Policy Change for Military Exchanges | Bakersfield Dress For Success | Mobile Office Hours Schedule for August
Senator Fuller Opposes Cap & Trade Tax
July 17, 2017
(Sacramento) Today, the California State Senate passed Assembly Bill 398 which would extend California’s Cap & Trade program. The result of this measure could raise gas prices by as much as 63 cents a gallon over the next decade as well as impact consumer costs on food, utilities and water...
Senator Fuller Issues Fourth of July Statement
July 3, 2017
SACRAMENTO – Senator Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) issues statement highlighting Independence Day: “We are blessed to live in a country founded in liberty and committed to the values of freedom. “The Fourth of July is an opportunity to spend quality time with friends, neighbors and family. It is also...
THE FULLER CONNECTION - June 2017
June 30, 2017
Largest Spending Plan in State’s History | Small Business of the Year: Rarick Financial Group | Leadership Ridgecrest Development Program | Kern River Valley Elks Lodge 50th Anniversary | Ovation Theatre | MADD Recognizes Outstanding Officers | Memorial Day in Shafter | New Kern Medical Clinic | Community Close-Up - Alliance | Mobile Office Hours Schedule for July
Let's Fix Health Care, Not Create a Government-Run Monopoly
June 20, 2017
Legislative Democrats are considering government-run health care, SB 562. Find out how it will affect all Californians.
Senator Fuller Statement on Passage of State Budget
June 15, 2017
Today, Senator Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) issued the following statement on the passage of the state budget: “The legislature passed a state budget that spends too much to be sustainable, taxes Californians too much to be affordable, and ignores too many issues important to voters. “Portions of...
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