State Sen. Nguyen Heralds Passage of Bill Aimed at Helping Sexual Assault Victims

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State Sen. Janet Nguyen, who represents portions of Long Beach, last week applauded Gov. Jerry Brown’s recent signing of Senate Bill 866, which will allow for the creation of women-only veterans housing to help sexual abuse survivors access housing...

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UPDATE: State Approves Sen. Nguyen’s Resolution to Rename Bridge After Olympian Joan Lind Van Blom

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Senator Janet Nguyen announced today that the California State Legislature has approved Senate Concurrent Resolution 102 (SCR 102), authorizing the renaming of a Long Beach bridge after longtime local resident Joan Lind Van Blom, the first woman to win...

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Senator Nguyen’s Criminal Justice Reinvestment Assessment Grant Program Clears Public Safety Committee

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A bill that would enable counties to assess the progress and local impact of the Criminal Justice Realignment Act of 2011 (AB 109), by tracking and collecting data, was unanimously approved by the Senate Public Safety Committee, officials announced...

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Long Beach’s Sen. Janet Nguyen Meets the Dalai Lama

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State Senator Janet Nguyen, who represents parts of Long Beach, met the Dalai Lama for the second time this year in Rochester, Minnesota. She also met the Dalai Lama at his 80th birthday celebration in July at the University...

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State Sen. Nguyen Requests $331 Million Due to Homeowners, Her Office Announces

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State Senator Janet Nguyen, whose district includes parts of Long Beach, is working with the Senate Republican Caucus in asking Governor Jerry Brown to return $331 million in mortgage settlement funds to homeowners, funds they allege the State of...

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Senator Janet Nguyen and Colleagues to Propose Amendment to Prohibit State Funded Colleges from Banning US Flag

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Senator Janet Nguyen of California’s 34th Senate District and many of her colleagues announced Monday that they will introduce a Senate Constitutional Amendment on Wednesday, prohibiting state funded colleges and universities from banning the United States flag on campuses.

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