Video Gallery

Senator Jackson's Public Safety Announcement on the California Drought

May 22, 2014

Sen. Jackson's Opening Statement for Joint Hearing on Data Security and Consumer Privacy

February 26, 2014

Senators Jackson, De Leon Introduce Campus Sexual Assault Legislation

February 10, 2014

Cal Grant Deadline PSA

January 27, 2014

Jackson's Reaction to the Governor's State of the State address

January 01, 2014

Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson - AB 60

October 04, 2013

Wildfire Readiness PSA

July 22, 2013

SB 686 - Opening Statement

July 03, 2013

SB 686 - Salvatore Cerrito

July 03, 2013

SB 400 Press Conference

June 25, 2013

SB 400 by State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) that would prevent employers from firing or discriminating against an employee who has been a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking has found a new ally -- Carie Charlesworth, a former teacher who made national news headlines when she was terminated from her San Diego teaching job after her abusive ex-husband visited her school campus.

SB 400 would also require employers to make reasonable efforts to protect these victims at their workplace from their abuser or stalker, such as changing their work telephone number, relocating their desk, or implementing a workplace safety plan.

SB 400 has been designated as a priority bill by the California Legislative Women's Caucus.