SB 277: Protecting Every Students' Right to be Safe at School

Editorial Support

Chico Enterprise Record

Editorial: Map showing local vaccination rates frightening

Editorial: Milpitas needs to do better on measles vaccination to protect your child and the community at large

 

Contra Costa Times

Editorial: Put science and children's health above hysteria; pass the vaccine bill

 

Eureka Times-Standard

Editorial: Science wins first round in vaccine fight

Editorial: North Coast needs its shots – vaccinate!

Editorial: Milpitas needs to do better on measles vaccination to protect your child and the community at large

 

Fresno Bee

Editorial: Kids will get educated under vaccination bill

Editorial: Anti-vaxxers determined to derail needed health bill

Editorial: Finally, reason takes over the measles debate

Editorial: Step up, America, and vaccinate your children

 

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Editorial: California vaccine bill advances on strength of science

Editorial: Vaccination supporters must not compromise over kids’ health

Editorial: Stop anti-child anti-vaccine crusade now

 

La Opinión

Editorial: Fear of Vaccines

 

Long Beach Press-Telegram

Editorial: California vaccine bill advances on strength of science

Editorial: Vaccination supporters must not compromise over kids’ health

Editorial: Stop anti-child anti-vaccine crusade now

 

Los Angeles Daily News

Editorial: California vaccine bill advances on strength of science

Editorial: Vaccination supporters must not compromise over kids’ health

Editorial: Stop anti-child anti-vaccine crusade now

 

Los Angeles Times

Editorial: Pass the vaccination bill

Editorial: California lawmakers should pass the vaccination bill

Editorial: How to immunize more kids: California needs to ban personal-belief exemption for vaccinations

Editorial: Vaccination doubters are endangering more than their own children

 

Merced Sun-Star

Editorial: Pro-vaxxers must keep up the fight

Editorial: World is too small for Disneyland anti-vax risk

 

New York Times

Editorial: Vaccine Phobia in California

 

Oakland Tribune

Editorial: Put science and children’s health above hysteria; pass the vaccine bill

Editorial: California should end personal belief vaccine exemption

Editorial: Disneyland’s measles is a hard lesson in how vaccines work

 

Pasadena Star-News

Editorial: California vaccine bill advances on strength of science

Editorial: Vaccination supporters must not compromise over kids’ health

Editorial: Stop anti-child anti-vaccine crusade now

 

Sacramento Bee

Editorial: Pass vaccination bill quickly and end this ugly fight

Editorial: History and the law are on vaccination’s side

Editorial: Panel, CTA should back vaccine bill

Editorial: Kids’ education will be fine under vaccination bill

Editorial: Pro-vax majority can’t take safety for granted now

Editorial: Panel sides with science, passes vaccine measure

Editorial: What about the public’s right not to be sick

Editorial: At last, reason finds a voice in measles debate

Editorial: A well-intentioned idea shows results in vaccination rates

 

Sacramento News and Review

Editorial: Get with the herd

 

San Bernadino Sun

Editorial: California vaccine bill advances on strength of science

Editorial: Vaccination supporters must not compromise over kids’ health

Editorial: Stop anti-child anti-vaccine crusade now

 

San Francisco Chronicle

Editorial: A public health law on vaccines moves forward at last

 

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Editorial: California vaccine bill advances on strength of science

Editorial: Vaccination supporters must not compromise over kids’ health

Editorial: Stop anti-child anti-vaccine crusade now

 

San Jose Mercury News

Editorial: End the anti-vaccine hysteria

Editorial: California’s vaccine bill deserves yes vote

Editorial: California should end personal belief vaccine exemption

Editorial: Milpitas needs to do better on measles vaccination to protect your child and the community at large

 

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Editorial: California should end personal belief vaccine exemption

Editorial: Milpitas needs to do better on measles vaccination to protect your child and the community at large

Editorial: Vaccinations are cornerstone of public health

 

Santa Rosa Press-Democrat

Editorial: Time to get serious about vaccinating children

 

Torrance Daily Breeze

Editorial: Vaccination supporters must not compromise over kids’ health

 

Vacaville Reporter

Editorial: Put science and children’s health above hysteria; pass the vaccine bill

 

Whittier Daily News

Editorial: California vaccine bill advances on strength of science

SB 947 will focus staff time on moving families into the workforce and cut transportation expenses

September 29, 2016

SACRAMENTO – Senate Bill 947 to reduce red tape in the application process for the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program was signed by the Governor today. 

Since 2009, applicants for the CalFresh program, which offers food to families in need, have had the opportunity to be interviewed over the telephone.  Conversely, applicants for the CalWORKs program must be interviewed in-person, even in counties that would rather conduct interviews over the phone to improve efficiencies and better utilize limited staff time.

SB 1189 Prohibits Law Enforcement from Entering Autopsy Room When Individual Died in their Care & States Forensic Autopsies Must be Conducted by Medical Experts

September 28, 2016

SACRAMENTO – A bill jointly authored by Dr. Richard Pan and Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, SB 1189 to ensure autopsies are conducted only by licensed physicians and forensic autopsy reports are accurate and unbiased has been signed by Governor Jerry Brown.

September 27, 2016

SACRAMENTO – A bill authored by Dr. Richard Pan and principle co-authored by Senator Bill Monning, which would allow California to partner at the federal level to help prevent violent deaths, including gun deaths, was signed by the Governor today.

SB 877 requires California to maintain a comprehensive data-tracking system on violent deaths in the state and to participate in the federal program to collect data, the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS). SB 877 is sponsored by the Union of American Physicians and Dentists.