CA LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES

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LEGISLATIVE PRIORITY BILLS 2020


*bills bolded are NEW to 2020
  • ACA 6: Restores voting rights to people on parole
  • AB 4: Expands medicaid to undocumented immigrants of all ages
  • AB 345: Requires regulations near oil & gas extractions including a minimum setback.
  • AB 646: Restores voting rights to people on parole
  • AB 1080/SB 54: Would set goals to reduce waste from single-use packaging and products.
  • AB 1217: Requires issue ads to disclose top funders/endorsers
  • AB 1611: Prohibits surprise bills from “out-of-network” ERs, and caps prices to bring down health costs
  • AB 1839: This bill establishes a Green New Deal Council to submit a report on implementing a Green New Deal in California
  • AB 1973: Remove cost sharing for abortion services
  • AB 2200: Prohibit racial discrimination in convictions and sentences
  • AB 2261 (OPPOSE): This bill allows the rollback of laws to prevent facial recognition tracking.
  • AB 2407: Campaign committee funders disclosure
  • SB 29: Expands medicaid to undocumented immigrants of all ages
  • SB 144: Repeals administrative fees of persons arrested, tried, acquitted, incarcerated or put on probation.
  • SB 512: Establishes the CA Long-term Services & Support Benefits Board (LTSS Board) and creates finance a universal long-term care services program.
  • SB 852: Requires CA to manufacture generic prescription drugs
  • SB 882: Simplifies the CalFresh application
  • SB 973: Require that California employers with 100 employees or more submit a pay data report annually to promote employer compliance with equal pay and employment discrimination laws.
  • SB 1010: 5 year moratorium on law enforcement use of biometric surveillance.
  • SB 1079: Authorizes local governments ability to rent properties vacant for more than 90 days for affordable housing.
  • SB 1315: Prohibit the State contracting with company who is awarded a contract by federal government for the construction of a wall.
  • SB 1364: Changes to close loopholes and strengthen the original TRUTH Act
For a full explanation of bills, see this document

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