Moorlach: AB 828 Would Make California’s Housing Crisis Worse

State Senator John Moorlach, R – Costa Mesa, writes that his colleagues in the state legislature should step back and reconsider Assembly Bill 828, by Assemblymember Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, which among other things, would force most property owners to cut residential rents.

Lundell: California Students Deserve Properly Vetted Charter Schools

Carrie Lundell, a PTA mother of four school-aged children from Orange, writes that partisan politics wants us to choose whether we are “pro charter school” or “anti charter school”. But, if we want to do right by our students, we need to stop talking in absolutes and start looking at charter schools and their costs on school districts and student education individually because not all charter schools are created equal.

Reiff: Moorlach Rips Spitzer, Assesses Judge Carter, Considered Guv Run

Part two of a discussion with California state senator John Moorlach. He discusses efforts by federal Judge David O. Carter to deal with the homeless problem and accuses Orange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer of playing politics with the issue. He also explains why he decided not to run for governor — and why he isn’t endorsing either of his fellow Republicans who are running in the primary.