On December 6, 2016 upon the return of the Legislature and
newly-elected members, Sen. John Moorlach, R-Costa Mesa, authored
Senate Resolution 8, introduced to simply welcome newly-elected
President Donald Trump and acknowledge the historical peaceful
transition of power.
SR8 said the Senate “hopes for the peaceful transition of power
in the United States, that the incoming presidency will be a
success, and that the president-elect will take his
responsibilities seriously to ensure a strong and unified
SR8 was supposed to be presented and voted on at the beginning
of the 2017 Senate Session, during the first week of the New Year.
But this congenial resolution message was never given a chance.
Instead on December 6, Sen. President pro Tem Kevin de León,
D-Los Angeles, presented and then had the Senate vote on his own
Senate Resolution, SR 7, on the day that the Senate was… Read More