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January 10, 2019 
State ‘sanctuary’ laws tie the hands of local law enforcement

By Michelle Steel

Once again Californians have a front row seat to the tragic results of our so-called “sanctuary” laws. Cpl. Ronil Singh of the Newman Police Department was the most recent casualty on an ever-growing list of Americans who have allegedly been killed by undocumented immigrants.


October 16, 2018 
Orange County Speeds up Delivery of Non-English Ballots

Santa Ana, California – Orange County is making it easier for non-English speaking communities to exercise their right to vote.


October 16, 2018 
County of Orange Approves Contract with Chrysalis for Homeless Support and Employment Services

Santa Ana, Calif. (October 16, 2018) – Today the Board of Supervisors approved a contract with Chrysalis to provide homeless outreach and engagement, job readiness and barrier removal services, job search assistance and support, transitional employment opportunities and job retention support for the county’s homeless population. The County’s contract will help supplement the contract that the City of Anaheim signed with Chrysalis for homeless prevention supportive services.


October 16, 2018 
Supervisor Michelle Steel Commends District Attorney on Sober Living Home Ordinance

(Huntington Beach, CA)—Supervisor Michelle Steel made the following statement today regarding the passing of an ordinance submitted by District Attorney Rackauckas requiring the registration of alcohol, narcotic, and drug abuse programs, including sober living homes:


July 26, 2018 
Orange County Housing Finance Trust unnecessary at best

By Michelle Steel

While many local leaders have stepped forward with the good intention of solving the homeless issue, some of the proposed solutions come with heavy consequences that would only make the problem worse. Your local state representatives have proposed legislation that will take away local control, and grow the size of government, to build large scale homeless and subsidized government housing in your backyard with your hard-earned dollars.


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