Author: Sherry Gillis

Achievement Awards

The California Federation of Republican Women finished the year with 11,166 members total; welcomed 3,553 new members and 3 new clubs; and out of 135 clubs, 74 clubs reached or surpassed 100% over last year's Per Capita total.

CAPITOL UPDATE #16 April 15, 2021

RECALL PETITIONS SB 663 - Existing law authorizes a voter who has signed an initiative, referendum, or recall petition to remove their name from the petition by filing a written request to do so with the appropriate elections official prior

CAPITOL UPDATE #15 April 8, 2021

An omnibus bill is a single document that is accepted in a single vote by a legislature but packages together several measures into one or combines diverse subjects; because of their large size and scope, omnibus bills limit

CAPITOL UPDATE Special Edition April 6, 2021

SPECIAL EDITION UPDATE ON CALIFORNIA REDISTRICTING: WHY IT MATTERS AND HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE! Redistricting is the once every decade practice across the U.S. of redrawing state and federal voting boundaries, with the goal being equal distribution of voters, based on the most current census information.

CAPITOL UPDATE #14 April 1, 2021

HEARINGS: The following bills are up for hearings- click on the link that follows to listen/watch the items that interest. AB-125: Equitable Economic Recovery, Healthy Food Access, Climate Resilient Farms, and Worker Protection Bond Act of 2022 - Hearing has been set for April 15, 2021 at 10:30 a.m.

First Quarter, 2021 Newsletter

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Legislative Action Alert March 27, 2021

THIS IS URGENT CONTACT BOTH YOUR CALIFORNIA SENATORS TODAY! This bill already passed in Congress. It will go before the Senate very soon! H.R.1- The "For The People Act of 2021": The Democrat's Frontal Assault On Free and Fair Elections.

CAPITOL UPDATE #13 March 25, 2021

INFRASTRUCTURE AB 1510 - UNAUTHORIZED WORKERS; ESSENTIAL WORKER AND ECONOMIC STABILITY ACT OF 2021- Current federal law regulates immigration. Current STATE law establishes the Employment Development Department (EDD), which is vested with duties; one being job creation and unemployment compensation.

CAPITOL UPDATE #12 March 18 2021

AB-53- Election Day Holiday- This bill would require community colleges and public schools to close on any day on which a statewide general election is held. The bill would require that state employees, with specified exceptions, be given time off with pay for days on which a statewide general election is held.

Legislative Action Alert for March 8, 2021

H.R.1- The "For The People Act of 2021": The Democrat's Frontal Assault On Free and Fair Elections.  In a highly unprecedented move, H.R. 1, Congress's highest priority bill, went directly from printing to the floor of Congress for a vote with no other committee

CAPITOL UPDATE #10 March 4, 2021

INFRASTRUCTURE: AB 823- High-speed Rail Authority: trains powered by fossil fuel combustion engines. This bill would prohibit the High-Speed Rail Authority from directly or indirectly using local, state, federal, or any other public or private funding to purchase, lease, operate, or maintain a

CAPITOL UPDATE #9 February 25, 2021

EDUCATION: AB 76- Interdistrict transfer of pupils: prohibition on transfers by a school district of residence: in-person instruction - This bill would prohibit a school district from prohibiting the transfer of a pupil who is not receiving in-person instruction.