The California bank refused to appear before Sen. Glazer's Banking Committee
When Wells Fargo refused to appear before my Senate Banking & Financial Institutions panel to answer questions about their scandal, they reminded me of another bad corporate actor: Enron, the last corporation that refused to testify at a Legislative committee.
The Wells Fargo fraud has resulted in $185 million in penalties so far. But has the Bank taken steps to hold those accountable? My hearing of the Senate Banking Committee yesterday revealed that over 480 Branch Managers were also fired for engaging in illegal behavior.
It was my privilege to present a commendation to the management team of Planned Parenthood Nor Cal and their parent organization on the occasion of their 100th anniversary. The Legislative resolution, co-authored by Senators Loni Hancock and Lois Wolk and Assembly members Catharine Baker, Susan
New Pathway for California State University Students to Graduate in Four Years
Sacramento, CA – Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed Senate Bill 412, Sen. Steve Glazer’s California Promise, a landmark bill that will pave a new pathway for more California State University students to graduate in four years.
Visit this site to find projects currently underway in the 7th District, which includes paving crumbling roads, filling potholes, improving the safety of bridges and traffic congestion relief projects.