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    Five Santa Clarita School District Superintendents Support SB 1263

    Five Santa Clarita Valley school district superintendents sent out a letter calling on legislators to support SB 1263, which would reform charter school law

    Santa Clarita To Swear In New Council, Talk Sheriff's Contract, Bills

    Santa Clarita City Council members are set to discuss the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station contract and several pieces of legislation

    George Runner Supports Steve Knight-Authored Veteran Tax Exemption Bill

    Board of Equalization Member George Runner expressed his support Monday for a Senate bill authored by Sen. Steve Knight. SB 1113 would extend the period that veterans are allowed to claim back tax refunds.

    Legislation Could Take Aim At California Voting Rights Act

    Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, said there's legislation in the works that could take aim at the California Voting Rights Act lawsuit

    Pavley Announces Legislation That Would Crack Down On Child Pornography

    Sen. Fran Pavley, D-Agoura Hills, announced new legislation Thursday that would increase penalties for the possession of child pornography, with the intent of targeting the worst offenders.

    The bill, SB 145, is sponsored by the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office. Assembly Member Jeff Gorell, R-Camarillo, has signed on to be the principal co-author of this important legislation.

    Assemblyman Scott Wilk Pens Legislation To Freeze Tuition

    Local Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, has co-authored a bill proposing to freeze tuition for all students in public colleges and universities.

    If passed, Assembly Bill 67 would last seven years, in conjunction with how long Californians will be taxed because of Proposition 30.

    “It’s only fair to the taxpayers, and is a way to hold Sacramento accountable,” Wilk said.