Welcome

Welcome to my legislative website. It is continuously updated so that you can stay informed about my activities as the Senator for the 7th Senate District.

It is an honor to have this opportunity to serve my community. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any comments, questions or concerns that you may have with the district—or with your state government.

I hope that you find this website informative and that you return regularly to see what is happening in our community

Steve Glazer 
Representing the 7th District

 


Wednesday, August 23, 2017

It was a sad day Monday on the Senate floor when I had to adjourn in memory for Jared Tucker, a Lafayette resident who became the lone American killed in the Barcelona, Spain terrorist attack last week. Jared was beloved by many, a father of three girls and proud husband of Heidi. They were in Spain on their honeymoon, a year after they’d been married. Here are my comments from the floor.

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Sen. Glazer’s Senate Joint Resolution 15 (2016) (29-3-8 in the Senate on June 30, 2016; 59-7-14 in the Assembly on June 26, 2016) called on the U.S. Congress and the President of the United States to remove the names of Confederate political and military leaders from federal public buildings, parks, and other public places. He is renewing his call in the wake of the white supremacist protest that resulted in the death of three people.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Sen. Steve Glazer presented his bill, SB 346, to the Assembly Higher Education Committee, seeking to create new pathways for California State University students to graduate in four years.

Project nears completion, thanks to collaboration between City of Orinda, various agencies and residents
Friday, June 30, 2017

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Without the leadership of Gov. Jerry Brown, California would not have made the much-needed advances in curbing pension deficits that we've made in recent years. But, this proposal to borrow $6 billion and transfer it to Cal-PERS was rushed through the Senate without adequate study. The Senate approved it on a 24-13-3 vote. The non-partisan legislative analyst said it was not clear whether this idea would save the state money or whether it was even legal. It may in the end prove to be a good idea. But there was no need to pass it without adequate review.

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

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