Senator Bob Huff Sign Resolution to Increase Syrian Refugees

 

CA State Senate Senator Bob Huff – Keynote Speaker
TOPIC: SB 350 Presentation – Glendora Library, Glendora, CA  9/14/15

VIDEO: Citizen Lobbyists ask Senator Bob Huff to explain why he voted to “dramatically increase” the number of Syrian refugees to be settled in the USA. WATCH SENATOR HUFF RUN AWAY…


Gary Galleano, of You Tube Grindall, informed the public about a SB 350 presentation featuring CA State Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff.

SENATOR BOB HUFF, ON THE 14TH ANNIVERSARY OF 911 – September 11, 2015 – VOTED to support CA STATE SENATOR RICARDO LARA’S SENATE RESOLUTION 52 THAT CALLS FOR A “DRAMATIC INCREASE” IN THE NUMBER OF SYRIAN REFUGEES TO BE SETTLED IN THE USA. READ the resolution at the end of this email.

EDUCATING THE PUBLIC!


Above photo, Citizen Lobbyists distributed flyers at the event to inform the public that Senator Bob Huff voted to “dramatically increase” the number of Syrian refugees to be resettled in the USA.


Gary, of You Tube Grindall, invited his You Tube subscribers to the SB 350 presentation, above in attendance.


CA STATE SENATE MINORITY LEADER BOB HUFF VOTED YOU TO SENATOR RICARDO LARA’S SENATE RESOLUTION 52 TO “DRAMATICALLY INCREASE” SYRIAN REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT TO THE USA!  Every CA State Senator voted YES – and they signed this resolution on the 14th Anniversary on 911, September 11, 2015.

SENATOR BOB HUFF

Phone: (916) 651-4029
https://twitter.com/bobhuff99

https://www.facebook.com/casenatorbobhuff



SENATOR RICARDO LARA’S SENATE RESOLUTION 52

Senate Resolution No. 52

Introduced by Senators Lara, Bates, Hall, Hancock, Jackson, Leno, Leyva, Liu, Mitchell, Nguyen, Pan, Pavley, and Wolk

Relative to Syrian refugees

WHEREAS, Since 2011, an estimated 9 million Syrians have left their homes to escape war, more than 4 million have fled the country all together to escape civil war and violence, and 6.5 million are internally displaced within Syria; and

WHEREAS, The number of Syrian refugees rapidly increased as the conflict worsened and the number is expected to grow exponentially in the next year; and

WHEREAS, The United Nations refugee agency has asked the United States of America and other wealthy countries to open their doors to the most vulnerable victims of the conflict; and

WHEREAS, The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has referred more than 16,000 case files to the United States for consideration in the last year; however, the United States has admitted fewer than 1,500 Syrian refugees; and

WHEREAS, In the past, the United States admitted half of all cases, but during this crisis has accepted far fewer cases; and

WHEREAS, In September 2015, the State Department announced the United States of America would accept 10,000 more Syrian refugees next year; and

WHEREAS, Millions of Syrian refugees are desperate for stability and security; and

WHEREAS, Civil war in Syria has ripped the country apart; and

WHEREAS, Approximately 3,000 refugees, including mothers, fathers, and children, have died attempting to flee Syria by crossing the Mediterranean Sea and thousands more have died in Syria due to war; now, therefore, be it

Resolved by the Senate of the State of California, That the United States of America has a moral obligation to assist innocent Syrian civilians; and

Resolved, That the Senate urges the President to dramatically increase the number of Syrian refugees allowed into the United States of America; and

Resolved, That the Senate urges the President of the United States to work with the United Nations and other countries to preserve life and dignity for Syrian refugees; and be it further

Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate transmit copies of this resolution to the author for appropriate distribution.

Senate Resolution No. 52 read and adopted by the Senate September 11, 2015.

EVERY REPUBLICAN CA STATE SENATOR VOTED YES!!!

MEASURE:	SR 52
AUTHOR:	Lara
TOPIC:
DATE:	09/11/2015
LOCATION:	SEN. FLOOR
MOTION:	Senate 3rd Reading SR52 Lara
	(AYES  40. NOES   0.)  (PASS)


	AYES
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Allen	Anderson	Bates	Beall
Berryhill	Block	Cannella	De León
Fuller	Gaines	Galgiani	Glazer
Hall	Hancock	Hernandez	Hertzberg
Hill	Hueso	Huff	Jackson
Lara	Leno	Leyva	Liu
McGuire	Mendoza	Mitchell	Monning
Moorlach	Morrell	Nguyen	Nielsen
Pan	Pavley	Roth	Runner
Stone	Vidak	Wieckowski	Wolk


	NOES
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	NO VOTE RECORDED
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