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Senator Bates on KRLA AM 870 The Answer: Sacramento Update
May 8, 2016
Senator Bates talks with host Larry Marino about sober living homes, drug overdoses, campaign finance reform and transportation.
Senator Bates on KOGO 600: Stopping Sex Offenders Who Remove GPS Devices
September 2, 2015
Senator Bates talks with San Diego’s KOGO Radio about the State Assembly approving her bill to crack down on convicted sex offenders who remove or disable their GPS (Global Positioning System) tracking devices.
Senator Bates and Colleagues Announce Legislation to Bar State-funded Universities and Colleges from Banning the American Flag
March 9, 2015
Senator Pat Bates joined Senator Janet Nguyen (R-Garden Grove) and several of their colleagues to announce that they will introduce a Senate Constitutional Amendment to prohibit state-funded colleges and universities from banning the American flag on campus property. Several military veterans were...
Senator Bates with KRLA Radio's Larry Marino
February 11, 2015
Senator Bates talks about taxes, transportation, and public safety with Larry Marino on Southern California’s KRLA AM 870.
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Los Angeles Times: California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon shelves single-payer healthcare bill, calling it 'woefully incomplete'
“Speaker Rendon says that SB 562 is ‘woefully incomplete.’ California State Senate Republicans agree,” Senate Republican Leader Patricia Bates (R-...
San Jose Mercury News: Single-payer health care put on hold in California as leader calls bill 'woefully incomplete'
Senate Republican leader Patricia Bates, R-Laguna Niguel, issued a brief statement, saying only that California Republican senators agreed with...
Associated Press: $125B state budget approved
“It’s corrosive to continue to break promises,” said Senate Minority Leader Pat Bates, R-Laguna Niguel. “Californians were promised better schools...