The Legislative Analysts wish you a very Happy, Healthy New Year. California Laws Effective 2023 HEALTH CARE Gender-affirming care: SB 107 aims to make California a sanctuary state for transgender health care, shielding transgender people,
SB 107 Gender-affirming health care. (1) The United States Constitution generally requires a state to give full faith and credit to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state.
SB 834 Tax-exempt status: insurrection. The Corporation Tax Law, in modified conformity with federal law, provides an exemption from the taxes imposed by those laws for specified organizations.
AB 1776 – Department of Motor Vehicles: driver’s licenses and identification cards – Existing law authorizes the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue and renew driver’s licenses.
The Governor, on Friday, called for a special legislative session in December to examine gas pricing in California. The move comes amidst a backdrop of increasing gas prices due to supply chain issues, planned and unplanned maintenance of refineries, and continued geopolitical instability in Europe.
First, an update on the Governor’s Reparation Commission. They are scheduled for their report back to the Legislature in July 2023. Why this date? Then the implementation of their recommendations
AB 351 Reduction of human remains and disposition of reduced human remains – This bill, commencing January 1, 2027, would require the Cemetery and Funeral Bureau within the Department of Consumer Affairs
A prayer for Florida as they face Hurricane Ian in September, 2022 from Sharon Stuthard, Faith Coalition Chair for the National Federation of Republican Women.
The California Federation of Republican Women's recommendations for Propositions on the November, 2022 Ballot.
The Governor signed multiple “climate bills” this week that over the long run will have a major impact on how we live in California.
MORE ON PROPOSITION 1: The California Constitution declares that defending life and liberty, acquiring, possessing, and protecting property, and pursuing and obtaining safety, happiness, and privacy are inalienable rights