In the News

Friday, June 16 2017

At a news conference flanked with images of children who drowned in backyard pools, State Senator Josh Newman of Fullerton announced his update to the states pool safety laws.

"This measure will save lives, and lead the nation in pool safety policy."

Press Release

Tuesday, June 13 2017

Sacramento, CA – In his inaugural term as a California State Senator, Josh Newman (D-Fullerton) has successfully secured several victories for the people of Senate District 29 in this year’s State Budget bill.  Public safety, schools, the environment, and local veterans were Newman’s top priorities for SD 29, in negotiations with the Governor’s office.

The following funding items were secured by Newman, who serves as Chair of the Veteran’s Affairs Committee:

In the News

Saturday, June 10 2017

Laura Montague, a resident of Chino Hills since 2003, was named Woman of the Year by Sen. Josh Newman. She was one of 13 in Mr. Newman’s 29th district to win an award. She was chosen for her community service.

Councilman Peter Rogers, who nominated her, said her volunteerism is based on the pure joy of making Chino Hills a better place to live...

In the News

Thursday, June 8 2017

A Placentia pizza restaurant was recently honored by state Sen. Josh Newman (D-Fullerton) with a Small Business of the Year Award.

Craftsman Wood Fired Pizza, owned by Joe Rasic, was noted for its community contributions, including its support for local schools and students.

The restaurant at 148 E. Yorba Linda Blvd. opened in November 2013. It has supported more than 80 local community groups since then, according to a news release.

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Monday, June 5 2017

In the News

Friday, June 2 2017

A bill to allow parents to continue to choose which school district to send their children to has passed the State Senate on a 36-1 vote. Senate Bill (SB) 52 extends the sunset date for the School District of Choice program to July of 2022. The program is set to end in July of this year.

In the News

Friday, June 2 2017

Senate Bill (SB) 503, authored by Senator Josh Newman, passed the State Senate with no opposition. The measure will allow taxpayers to continue to voluntarily contribute to a dozen tax check-off programs. The measure also extends the sunset date for the “Keep Arts in Schools” Fund to July 2022.

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Thursday, June 1 2017

Press Release

Wednesday, May 31 2017

Sacramento, CA – A bill to allow parents to continue to choose which school district to send their children to has passed the State Senate on a 36-1 vote. Senate Bill (SB) 52 extends the sunset date for the School District of Choice program to July of 2022. The program is set to end in July of this year.

Press Release

Tuesday, May 30 2017

Sacramento, CA – Senate Bill (SB) 503, authored by Senator Josh Newman, passed the State Senate today with no opposition. The measure will allow taxpayers to continue to voluntarily contribute to a dozen tax check-off programs. The measure also extends the sunset date for the “Keep Arts in Schools” Fund to July 2022.