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  • County Farm Bureau thanks Steinorth for votes on drought bills

    Story By Highland Community News The San Bernardino County Farm Bureau board of directors has commended Assembly Member Marc Steinorth for supporting AB 91 to provide more than $1 billion to provide temporary relief from the current drought emergency and opposing part of the package of emergency drought legislation considered by the state Legislature last […]

  • Let local governments set safety zones for children

    Story By Connie M. Leyva and Marc Steinorth | The San Bernardino Sun California’s sex offender laws are blanket policies that may not properly capture all of the nuances needed in various communities. While the state has laws that restrict where sex offenders can live, it is clear that communities know best where local children […]

  • Two years and counting for Norton Museum

    Story By Hector Hernandez Jr. | Highland Community News The Norton Air Force Base Museum observed its second year anniversary with a celebration complete with car show, live musical entertainment and distinguished guest speakers, March 21. The celebration was a time of reflection for those who remember Norton when it was an active Air Force […]

  • Assemblyman Steinorth to introduce bills addressing animal shelters, ballot counting

    Story By Joe Nelson | The Sun Assemblyman Marc Steinorth, R-Rancho Cucamonga, on Friday will introduce three bills aimed at curbing overpopulation at animal shelters, expediting the ballot counting process and providing greater scrutiny of proposed regulations by state agencies. One of the bills, AB 363, would allow county election officials to begin processing ballots […]

  • PROP. 47: Bill would turn date-rape drugs back into felony

    Inland lawmakers seek to restore felony punishment for possession of some drugs after Prop. 47’s unexpectedly reduced penalty. Story By Jeff Horseman, Staff Writer | The Press Enterprise Several Inland lawmakers are among the sponsors of state legislation they say is necessary to close a legal loophole that eases penalties for so-called “date-rape” drugs. Assembly […]

  • Deal reached in port labor talks; news welcome in San Bernardino County

    Story By Andrew Edwards, Press-Telegram and Karen Robes Meeks, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Inland Valley Daily Bulletin | The San Bernardino Sun | Redlands Daily Fact After a nine-month stalemate that threatened to cripple cargo movement along the West Coast, and which shook the Inland Empire economy, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and Pacific […]

  • Steinorth, Ramos to fix Prop 47

    Highland Community News Today, Feb. 19, Assemblyman Marc Steinorth joined San Bernardino District Attorney Mike Ramos and law enforcement officials from across California to urge the passage of AB 390, co-authored by Steinorth, to fix a serious issue with current law that allows certain convicted criminals to evade DNA collection. The proposal corrects a flaw […]

  • Cyber Seniors program going viral in Rancho Cucamonga

    Story By Debbie Jones | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin RANCHO CUCAMONGA — The Cyber Seniors program, co-sponsored by the Rancho Cucamonga Service Council and the city, is a free service that began in September, assisting older citizens throughout the community to learn about using social media. Each week, students from Rancho Cucamonga High and Alta […]

  • 미주 한인의 날 의미 되새겼어요

    Korea Times | Korean Daily Youth Korean Culture Association had its eighth event at Challenge Taekwondo on January 17 to celebrate the recent proclamation of January 13 as Korean-American Day by the Legislature of State of California. It was held with the support of Challenge Taekwondo and volunteers, and over 100 members of YKCA, their […]

  • National Monument status splits Angeles National Forest in two; creates inequities, confusion

    Story By Steve Scauzillo | San Gabriel Valley Tribune In Solomon-like fashion, President Barack Obama split the heavily used Angeles National Forest in two, placing one half inside a brand-new San Gabriel Mountains National Monument while leaving out the other half. Exactly three months after the historic designation, some are questioning the president’s wisdom as […]

  • San Bernardino County supervisors, state reps talk of improving region

    Story By Greg Cappis | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin SAN BERNARDINO — In a new courthouse that is part of an underfunded county court system, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors met with the Inland Empire caucus of the state Legislature on Friday afternoon to discuss issues facing the region. Public safety and economic […]