Senator Jeff Stone

Co-Minority Whip
Party: Republican

Honors and Awards

  • Pharmacist Planning Services, Inc., Distinguished Person of the Year, 2019
  • United States Public Health Excellence Award, 2017
  • Inland Empire Legislator of the Year (recognizing advocacy with people for disabilities), 2016
  • 1st Brigade Civil Support Award from California State Military Reserve, 2015
  • Villa Chardonnay Distinguished Leadership Award (abused animal advocacy), 2015
  • Humane Hero Award, 2014
  • Building Industry Association Award, 2014
  • American Planning Association California Chapter, Distinguished Leadership Award, 2009
  • Habitat for Humanity Supporter of the Year, 2008
  • Special Friend Award, Friends of the Temecula Library, 2006
  • Clear Choice Award Nominee, 2000
  • Boy Scout Distinguished Citizen Award, 1996
  • Helping Hands Award, Boys and Girls Club of Southwest County, 1995
  • Kiwanis Citizen of the Year, 1995
  • Israel Knesset Award for Advocating for Israel
  • Family First Award, Church of Latter Day Saints
  • National Guard Association of California, Distinguished Service Medal


  • University of Southern California School of Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy, 1977 to 1981
  • University of California, Los Angeles, 1977
  • University of California, Irvine, 1975 to 1976


  • Presidential Appointment to the United States Department of Labor, Regional Representative, Nov 2019 to Jan 2020
  • California State Senator, R-28th District, 2014 to 2019
  • Riverside County Board of Supervisor, Third District, 2005 to 2014
  • Temecula (California) Mayor and Councilmember, 1992 to 2004


Occupation: Pharmacist, Realtor
Recreation: Coin collecting
Born: 1956 Los Angeles, CA
Spouse: Regina
Children: Jason, Brittany, Anthony and Vincent

Primary Sponsor

AJR4 Proposes to amend the Nevada Constitution to create an independent redistricting commission. (BDR C-739)
SB110 Revises provisions governing the operation of vehicles on certain highways in the State of Nevada. (BDR 43-593)
SB113 Revises provisions relating to groundwater management plans. (BDR 48-595)
SB134 Revises provisions relating to vision insurance. (BDR 57-642)
SB135 Revises the deadline for returning mail ballots by mail. (BDR 24-529)
SB138 Revises provisions relating to sex trafficking. (BDR 15-609)
SB149 Revises provisions governing reading and mathematics education. (BDR 34-647)
SB170 Revises provisions relating to crimes. (BDR 15-581)
AB174 Revises provisions governing the state militia. (BDR 36-734)
SB181 Revises provisions relating to economic development. (BDR 18-683)
SB183 Establishes provisions relating to the collection and destruction of unused drugs. (BDR 54-576)
SB188 Revises provisions governing firearms. (BDR 15-172)
SB193 Revises provisions governing the commerce tax. (BDR 32-584)
SB195 Revises provisions related to cannabis. (BDR 56-452)
SB197 Establishes and revises the penalties for certain offenses involving fentanyl and carfentanil. (BDR 40-579)
SB201 Revises provisions governing pharmacists. (BDR 54-582)
SB202 Establishes provisions governing institutional pharmacies. (BDR 54-580)
SB205 Revises provisions relating to the registration of off-highway vehicles. (BDR 43-546)
SB208 Requires counties and cities to enact certain ordinances relating to battery-charged fences. (BDR 20-853)
SB212 Authorizes the reimbursement of teachers for certain out-of-pocket expenses. (BDR 34-585)
SB220 Revises provisions relating to the Nevada Educational Choice Scholarship Program. (BDR 34-99)
SB221 Revises provisions relating to Medicaid. (BDR S-951)
SB224 Revises the membership of the Board of Wildlife Commissioners. (BDR 45-1013)
SB228 Revises provisions relating to governmental financial administration. (BDR 23-945)
SB230 Requires certain proof of identity to vote in an election. (BDR 24-175)
SB238 Makes various changes relating to certain voter registration agencies. (BDR 43-583)
SB245 Provides that peace officers are immune from civil liability under certain circumstances. (BDR 3-1023)
SB267 Establishes provisions relating to insurance coverage of mental health services. (BDR 57-1020)
SB284 Revises provisions relating to driving or operating certain vehicles or vessels while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance. (BDR 16-940)
SB286 Revises provisions relating to health care. (BDR 40-84)
SB300 Makes an appropriation from the State General Fund to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, for a grant program for certain interns. (BDR S-100)
AB307 Revises provisions relating to elections. (BDR 24-664)
SB320 Revises provisions related to the Legislature. (BDR 23-194)
SB322 Revises provisions relating to reckless driving. (BDR 43-934)
SB324 Revises provisions governing schools of nursing. (BDR 54-918)
SB325 Revises provisions relating to elections. (BDR 24-105)
SB334 Revises provisions relating to energy storage systems that are used to meet certain biennial energy storage targets. (BDR 58-30)
SB336 Revises provisions relating to the regulation of certain healing arts. (BDR 54-886)
SB342 Enacts provisions relating to veterinary medicine. (BDR 34-1012)
SB351 Revises provisions relating to communications with offenders. (BDR 16-659)
AB358 Revises provisions governing emergency medical services. (BDR 40-859)
SB361 Revises provisions relating to solid waste. (BDR 40-935)
SB366 Revises provisions relating to children. (BDR 34-727)
SB369 Revises provisions relating to health care. (BDR 32-528)
SB374 Revises provisions relating to property taxes. (BDR 32-578)
AB374 Revises provisions governing athletics in schools, the Nevada System of Higher Education and organizations for youth sports. (BDR 34-718)
SB377 Requires the Legislative Auditor to conduct an audit of certain costs and expenses associated with opioid-related litigation. (BDR S-757)
SB378 Revises provisions relating to common-interest communities. (BDR 10-1059)
SB399 Revises provisions governing occupational and professional licensing. (BDR 54-577)
SB420 Revises provisions relating to the payment of certain fees for legal services. (BDR S-667)
AB420 Revises provisions governing education. (BDR 34-689)


SCR1 Directs the Joint Interim Standing Committee on the Judiciary to conduct an interim study concerning certain policies and procedures applicable to victims of human trafficking. (BDR R-1021)
AJR1 Urges the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to study the effectiveness and use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for veterans. (BDR R-838)
SCR3 Memorializes esteemed attorney and lobbyist Ben Graham. (BDR R-1095)
SR4 Inducts Richard Bryan into the Senate Hall of Fame. (BDR R-1196)
SR5 Inducts Joseph Paul Hardy into the Senate Hall of Fame. (BDR R-1195)
SJR5 Urges Congress to expand the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children to cover the purchase of menstrual products. (BDR R-980)
SR6 Inducts Claire Jesse Clift as an honorary member into the Senate Hall of Fame. (BDR R-1197)
AJR8 Urges the Congress of the United States to deschedule marijuana as a schedule I controlled substance. (BDR R-615)
SB120 Revises provisions relating to esthetics and advanced esthetics. (BDR 54-23)
SB121 Revises provisions relating to offenses against children. (BDR 15-29)
SB123 Revises provisions relating to unemployment compensation. (BDR 53-285)
SB128 Revises provisions relating to fentanyl and certain related opioids. (BDR 40-544)
SB129 Revises provisions relating to certain civil actions involving sexual assault. (BDR 2-573)
SB130 Revises provisions relating to the emergency powers of the Governor. (BDR 36-514)
SB132 Revises provisions relating to insurance coverage for living organ donors. (BDR 57-551)
SB136 Revises provisions relating to states of emergency or declarations of disaster proclaimed by the Governor. (BDR 36-520)
SB140 Authorizes certain counties to obtain reimbursement of costs incurred for certain activities that are subject to the excise tax on live entertainment. (BDR 32-166)
SB141 Revises provisions related to wildlife. (BDR 45-294)
SB144 Establishes a credit against certain taxes for a taxpayer who donates money to a career and technical program tax credit organization that makes grants to programs of career and technical education. (BDR 34-866)
SB150 Revises provisions relating to psychological assistants, psychological interns and psychological trainees. (BDR 54-648)
SB151 Revises provisions relating to education. (BDR 34-287)
SB152 Revises provisions relating to the discipline of pupils. (BDR 34-25)
SB157 Revises provisions relating to elections. (BDR 24-173)
SB161 Makes revisions relating to personal health and wellness. (BDR 38-811)
AB173 Revises provisions governing public works. (BDR 28-735)
SB174 Revises provisions governing common-interest communities. (BDR 10-610)
SB194 Revises provisions relating to step therapy protocols. (BDR 57-885)
SB204 Provides for the limited practice of medicine by certain medical school graduates. (BDR 54-49)
AB234 Makes revisions relating to health care. (BDR 40-61)
SB241 Revises provisions relating to Medicaid. (BDR 38-971)
SB242 Requires the Department of Health and Human Services to establish the Psychedelic Medicines Working Group. (BDR S-39)
SB243 Revises provisions relating to catalytic converters. (BDR 15-37)
SB253 Revises provisions relating to public employment. (BDR 23-919)
SB273 Changes the name of the Nevada State College to the Nevada State University. (BDR 34-968)
AB287 Provides that peace officers are immune from civil liability under certain circumstances. (BDR 3-1009)
SB305 Provides for the establishment of a retirement savings program for private sector employees. (BDR 31-933)
SB310 Establishes provisions relating to dentistry. (BDR 54-601)
AB314 Revises provisions governing the regulation of home-based businesses by counties, cities and towns. (BDR 20-772)
AB320 Establishes provisions relating to Internet privacy. (BDR 52-589)
SB321 Revises provisions relating to crimes. (BDR 14-550)
SB352 Revises provisions relating to prescription drugs. (BDR 57-134)
SB381 Prohibits a landlord from requiring a tenant to pay certain charges. (BDR 10-650)
SB383 Revises provisions relating to state governmental administration. (BDR 34-286)
SB398 Revises provisions relating to unmanned aerial vehicles. (BDR 44-14)
SB401 Revises provisions relating to punitive damages. (BDR 3-686)
AB410 Revises provisions relating to industrial insurance. (BDR 53-1030)
SB451 Directs the Joint Interim Standing Committee on Growth and Infrastructure to conduct a study concerning certain subjects related to hydrogen. (BDR S-32)