The Governor has signed or is considering signing the following bills. He has until Oct. 10,2021 to sign bills that have reached his desk. Remember too, that the Governor can allow bills to become law without his signature.
The Governor has signed the following bills. This is just the beginning of what other bills may be signed prior to the October 10 deadline. Remember too, that the Governor can allow bills to become law without his signature.
STATUS OF THE LEGISLATURE - Friday, September 10 was the last day of the legislative session where all bills had to pass out of both houses to be placed on the Governor's desk.
If you are determined to vote on Election Day in person, please go to the polls EARLY in the day and be sure to TAKE YOUR MAILED BALLOT AND ENVELOPE with you.
Recall Update - With only one week to go, we encourage all of you to be active with your local GOP and other recall groups. Volunteer to make phone calls and knock on doors!
The Legislative Session ends September 10. All bills will either be cleared to go to the Governor for signature, turned into two-year bills, or dropped.
COMMITTEE ON BUDGET - AB 148 (Budget) - The budget public resources trailer bill – Includes a program for distributing just under $1 billion for water and wastewater for those in the arrears on their bills.
Recall Update: On July 21, CA Secretary of State Shirley Weber (D) released the final list of 46 candidates that qualified to run to replace Gavin Newsom in the Sept. 14 Recall Election.
The recall election on September 14th will present voters with two questions. The first: Whether Newsom should be recalled from the office of governor (would require 50% plus 1 vote to successfully recall him).
RETAIL AB 1084- Gender-neutral retail departments - Existing law, the Unruh Civil Rights Act, specifies that all persons within the jurisdiction of the state are free and equal, and no matter their sex, race, color, religion, ancestry...