June 12, 2017

On the one year anniversary of the tragic shooting in Orlando that left 49 members of the LGBT Latino community dead, Senator Wiener honored the memory of the victims and spoke on the importance of recommitting to the fight for equality and tolerance.

June 5, 2017

Senator Wiener during the Senate floor debate on his bill to protect LGBT seniors from discrimination who are living in long-term care facilities.

June 2, 2017

Senate floor remarks by Senator Wiener on his legislation to ensure that all communities in California are creating housing. SB 35 will streamline the creation of housing in cities that aren’t meeting their housing goals and lead to more affordable housing throughout the state. ​

June 1, 2017

Senator Wiener's remarks on the Senate floor in support of single-payer healthcare in California, which he is proud to co-author.

May 23, 2017

Senator Wiener spoke on the Senate floor in honor of Harvey Milk and his legacy on the occasion of what would have been his 87th birthday. 

May 18, 2017

KPIX reported on the need for more cities in the Bay Area to build more housing, and highlighted Senator Wiener's efforts to streamline the production of housing with SB 35.  

May 2, 2017

Senator Wiener was proud to join Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Leon and speak in support of SB 100, which sets California on the path to achieve 100% renewable energy by the year 2045. 

April 26, 2017

Senator Wiener speaking in committee in support of SB 179, which he is proud to be a joint author on along with Senator Toni Atkins.  


April 24, 2017

Senator Wiener co-hosted a Town Hall in San Francisco along with Assemblymembers David Chiu and Phil Ting to discuss California's response to the federal government and what is being done in Sacramento to continue to push forward a progressive agenda.  Melissa Caen of KPIX-CBS 5 moderated the event.  

April 3, 2017

Senator Wiener adjourned Senate Session in honor of the late Gilbert Baker, activist and leader who created the Rainbow Flag in 1978, which became the international symbol for the LGBT community.