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  • Assemblyman Introduces Bill to Provide $500 Tax Deduction to Combat Crime

    Assemblyman Introduces Bill to Provide $500 Tax Deduction to Combat Crime

    Story by ECT | East County Today Assemblyman Marc Steinorth introduced legislation to help Californians defray the rising cost of combating crime. Steinorth’s Protect Our Homes Act (AB 54) will allow Californians to claim up to $500 in state income tax deductions for the cost of installing security alarms, fences, and surveillance systems. “Throughout our […]

  • Assemblyman Marc Steinorth effective, ought to be re-elected

    Marc Steinorth effective, ought to be re-elected

    Assemblyman Marc Steinorth faces one of the toughest re-election challenges among state legislators this year. Steinorth, a first-term Republican from Rancho Cucamonga, finished 2,244 votes behind his June primary opponent, Democrat Abigail Medina of San Bernardino. The Democratic Party is targeting Steinorth, along with fellow Republican Assemblyman David Hadley of Torrance, to try to win […]

  • You can smash a car window to free a hot dog under bill Jerry Brown signed - Assemblyman Marc Steinorth

    You can smash a car window to free a hot dog under bill Jerry Brown signed

    Story By David Siders | Sacramento Bee Offering relief to dogs stuck in hot cars, Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday signed legislation letting Californians in limited cases – and without fear of civil liability – smash car windows to set them free. Assembly Bill 797, by Assemblymen Marc Steinorth, R-Rancho Cucamonga, and Miguel Santiago, D-Los […]

  • Assemblyman Marc Steinorth bill decriminalizing saving pets from hot cars passes state Senate

    Assemblyman Marc Steinorth bill decriminalizing saving pets from hot cars passes state Senate

    Story By Beau Yarbrough | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Pets trapped in hot cars are one step closer to cool relief. On Monday, the California State Senate unanimously passed Assembly Bill 797. The bill, introduced by Assemblymen Marc Steinorth, R-Rancho Cucamonga, and Miguel Santiago, D-Los Angeles, would protect citizens from criminal and civil penalties if they free an animal […]

  • Lawmakers act to protect those who rescue animals from hot cars | Assemblyman Marc Steinorth

    Lawmakers act to protect those who rescue animals from hot cars

    Story By Patrick McGreevy | Los Angeles Times Californians would be immune from liability if they break a car window or enter a vehicle to rescue an animal in danger of serious injury or death from heat under a measure approved Monday by the state Senate. Sen. Steve Glazer (D-Orinda) said the measure is needed […]

  • Hundreds Attend Assemblyman Marc Steinorth’s Veterans Resource Fair

    Hundreds Attend Assemblyman Marc Steinorth’s Veterans Resource Fair

    Story By Highland Community News Veterans learned about employment services, healthcare and more. RANCHO CUCAMONGA – Assemblyman Marc Steinorth, R-Rancho Cucamonga, today hosted his second Veterans Resource Fair in San Bernardino County in response to the success of last year’s event. The event, held at Central Park in Rancho Cucamonga, provided veterans and their families […]

  • Assemblyman Marc Steinorth Requests a State of Emergency to Address California’s Homelessness Crisis

    Assemblyman Marc Steinorth Requests a State of Emergency to Address California’s Homelessness Crisis

    Highland Community News Today, Assemblyman Steinorth called on Governor Jerry Brown to declare a state of emergency on the state’s homelessness crisis. He joined the California State Assembly in passing HR 56 to officially make the request, given California’s ongoing struggle with the crisis. Assemblyman Steinorth also backed the passage of two measures, Assembly Bills […]

  • Inland Empire’s Need for Judges Ignored… Again - Marc Steinorth

    Inland Empire’s Need for Judges Ignored… Again

    Highland Community News Today, Governor Brown announced the appointments of 18 superior court judges throughout the state. The judges were appointed in Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Ventura, San Francisco, Alameda, Shasta, Solano, Tulare, Orange, and San Diego counties. The glaring omission from this list: San Bernardino County, where the state’s largest backlog of court […]