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This is a list of the bills I have been tracking out of the 1800 Assy bills and 900 Senate bills. There are more hiding in the legislative process I'm sure.  70+ important bills have been signed or vetoed.  Three vetos were pulled back by the Senate for possible override and 1 proposition approved but being contested by Sacramento & Newsulini.
The legislature has "fast-tracked" many bills by ignoring normal steps to check them and instead getting them ready by "enrolling" and forwarding them to governor for signature (53) +(16) on climate control. 
This will conclude this year's signing, but next year will be filled with old and new bad bills and the few good ones will be buried in committee.
Make sure your voices continue to be heard in Sacramento. Feel free to call or email your representative and the governor and voice your opinion. 
This is a list of the bills I have been tracking out of the 1800 Assy bills and 900 Senate bills. There are more hiding in the legislative process I'm sure.  70+ important bills have been signed or vetoed.  Three vetos were pulled back by the Senate for possible override and 1 proposition approved but being contested by Sacramento & Newsulini.
The legislature has "fast-tracked" many bills by ignoring normal steps to check them and instead getting them ready by "enrolling" and forwarding them to governor for signature (53) +(16) on climate control. 
This will conclude this year's signing, but next year will be filled with old and new bad bills and the few good ones will be buried in committee.
Make sure your voices continue to be heard in Sacramento. Feel free to call or email your representative and the governor and voice your opinion. 

Here is the full status of the 145 California bills we are following this legislative session:

·  Items with asterisk * or */ have changed from prior week.

·  N denotes new additions (67) since early June

·  T denotes new or more taxes/fees (46). 

.  Double asterisk ** I consider this very important. 

' Hsng/Hmls denotes futile attempts by Sacramento to create affordable housing for poor and/or homeless

·   O denotes overreach, issues outside the purview of the state

·   Good denotes good bills! (9) (very few good ones) but still stuck in committee.  

'  Those bills that have been signed or vetoed are listed separately

If you need more explanation on a specific bill, email germex1220@yahoo.com

I encourage you to voice your opinion to the appropriate parties  Even inactive bills can be revitalized. 

T: VARIOUS BILLS IN PROCESS, related to taxes/fees:  -still 22 pending

T-ACA2 Yearly 3% all tax revenue to Water & wildlife fund- to Natural Resource comm 4/20/23

**T-ACA3 Allows legislature to impose a Wealth Tax on all Californians-to Revenue &Tax comm as of 3/30/23

T-N-ACA11 Establish state tax agency in lieu of Bd of Equalization-to Rev & Tax comm 6/27/23

*T-N**ACA13 Change to simple majority approval on local tax bills- will review after Nov 1  9/14/23

*/**T-N-AB238 Taxpayers to pay pre-teachers to study through a grant- in Senate inactive file 9/7/23

T-AB241 Extend smog abatement fee and increase yearly cost-to inactive file 9/14/23

*/**T-N-AB247 $14 BILLION bond for K-12 schools-in Senate Appropriation comm 9/1/23

T-AB270 Campaign money from state taxes- see SB24- in Senate Appropriations comm 6/14/23

T-AB362 Feasibility study for land value tax kills Prop 13- to Rev & Tax comm 4/11/23

*T-N-AB518 Expanded medical leave to care for "partners"- to inactive file 9/13/23

T-AB702 More funding for CBO programs for youthful offenders on parole- to Public Safety comm 4/25/23

T-AB886 Internet to be fined for taking newspaper advertising- in Senate Judicial comm 7/7/23

   A similar bill died in U.S. Congress

T-N-AB1254 Automatic pay raises for some firefighters- in Senate Appropriations comm under submission 9/1/23

T-N-AB1510 $5 BILLION bond to also fight fentanyl addiction-in Senate Government comm 7/13/23

T-AB1532 Converts empty offices into unhoused housing- still in Natural Resources com 3/23/23 (high conversion cost)

T-N-**AB1567 $16 BILLION bond for water preservation & climate change- in Senate Gov comm 6/14/23

T-**AB1690 Universal health care for all Californians-not yet heard in committee 2/18/23

T- SB24 Campaign money from state taxes- see AB270- in Assembly Appropriations comm 7/6/23

T-SB245 CalFresh benefits for illegal seniors- in Assembly Human Safety comm 6/20/23

T-SB532 (Weiner) Gutted to 4-year increases in toll fees San Francisco- in Assy Appropriations comm 8/23/23

T-N**-SB584 Tax Airbnb's and similar short-term rentals an extra 15%- in Assembly Revenue & Tax comm 6/29/23

T-N**-SB867 $15 BILLION bond for water preservation & climate change- in Assy Natural Resources comm 7/6/23

Housing/Homeless Bills in process related to housing

**ACA10 State & local governments must promote housing for all-to Appropriations comm as of 6/7/23

 *N-Bad"Responsible Hotel Ordinance" to open rooms for the homeless for 1 day at a time- ready for 2024 vote

AB68 Streamline housing approvals ignoring existing laws-still in Housing comm 4/17/23

AB1532 Converts empty offices into unhoused housing- still in Natural Resources com 3/23/23

SB7 Force cities to have homeless as part of housing plan- held under submission in Appropriations 5/18/23

SB742 Mandate for cities to provide housing assistance- still in Housing comm 3/1/23

O: BILLS IN PROCESS, related to government overreach!  -still many pending

**ACA4 Allows incarcerated felons to vote- to inactive file 9/14/23

*N**ACA7 Preferential treatment for minorities of all types- in Senate Rules comm 9/12/23

**ACA9 After January 2027 governor will appoint a Superintendent of Public Instruction with no vote by the people of California- still in the Elections committee as of 4/27/23

*SCA1 Successor for recalled official must wait for special election- ready for floor vote 9/6/23

**SCA2 Reduce voting age to 17- ready for floor vote 9/5/23

N-SCA7 Right to organize in a union- in Employment comm 6/26/23

Good**Initiative to give back control on housing to local governments -being circulated

*N-Bad Campaign for a Safe & Healthy California circulated

*N-Good*Calif Home Ownership Affordability act-being circulated

Good**(TPA) All additional taxes at any government level must be approved by 2/3 vote-ready for 2024 vote- being appealed to the 11th circuit court to eliminate from the ballot.

*N-Good**CA Oil & Gas Well Regs Referendum to kill SB1137/2022-ready for 2024 vote

AB55 Reduces Medicare payment for transport to $350- still under submission in Approp 5/18/23

*AB233 Horse excrement removal by owner/rider-to inactive file 9/7/23

*N-AB262 (Holden) Committee for children's camp firearm safety-to inactive file 9/11/23

*AB280 (Holden) Limits on solitary confinement- to inactive file 9/14/23

*N-AB310 Renames CalFresh from welfare-to-work into "Family assistance" program- to Senate Human Services 6/27/23

N**AB460 State Water Board OK to issue "interim" decries on usage- still in Senate Water comm 6/27/23

AB642 Creates standards for using facial recognition.AB1034- still in Approp comm under submission 5/18/23

AB742 Restrict use of dogs for capture or crowd control by police- inactive file of Senate 5/31/23

AB1000 Prohibits warehousing within 1000 of residences/schools(see AB1748 for IE)- to LocalGov comm for reconsideration 4/27/23

*AB1034 Prevents use of facial recognition by any official until 2027-  vs. AB642- to inactive file 9/11//23

AB1094 No drug/alcohol testing for pregnant women- stuck in Health comm 3/2/23

AB1206 Keeps voter roles using ERIC vs. EPIC LA still under submission in Appropriations comm 5/18/23

N**AB1337 State OK to control the diversion of water for public use- in Senate Water comm 7/10/23

N**AB1352 Prohibits school boards from removing LGBTQ or woke literature & instruction- to Senate Education comm after revision 6/28/23

AB1476 Imminent domain restored for counties & cities -still in Appropriations comm 4/27/23

AB1595 Allows incarcerated prisoners to vote- see ACA4- in Assembly inactive file 6/1/23 

AB1724 Reduce state sales tax by 1% for 1 year- held under submission in Rev & Tax comm 5/1/23

AB1748 Prohibits warehousing within 300 feet of residences/schools IE only- still in Appropriations comm 5/17/23

*N-SB8 Must have expensive gun insurance and display in the home- stuck in Assy Insurance comm since 4/26/23

SB24 Campaign money from state taxes- see AB270- in Assembly Appropriations comm 7/6/23

*SB50 "Discriminatory" No stop by officers for "low level" infractions- to inactive file 9/14/23

*N-SB94 (Cortese/Weiner) Prison inmates can petition after 25 years to negate life in prison sentence- to inactive file 9/14/23

SB252 Restricts CalPers/CalStrs investors from doing so in fossil fuels- still in Assembly Public Employee comm 6/8/23

SB409 Videos in voter guide for candidates- in Assembly Approp comm 9/1/23

*N**SB537 Local cross-county agencies meet without posted agenda or access- to inactive file 9/14/23 see also SB544 (below)

*SB637 Banks to discriminate against gun dealers-to Rules comm 9/14/23 

SB838 Victim compensation for use of force even when needed- held under submission comm 5/18/23

 

GOOD BILLS IN PROCESS:

N*ACA12 Homicide for repeat fentanyl dealers- corrected version ready for committee 7/14/23 

**SCA3 Legal Analyst prepares wording on props, not Atty General- to Appropriations comm under submission 9/1/23

**SCA4 Eliminate reassessment of property after death -rejected with reconsideration as of 5/10/23

Bad news**AB13 Eliminates vote by mail to all Californians except disabled-refused reconsideration 3/20/23

AB257 No camping, shelters, squatting within 500' of school or daycare-still in Pub Safety comm 3/10/23 reconsideration granted

AB 335 "gutted" to remove stipulation regarding $950, not a felony- under submission in Approp comm 5/18/23

*/**AB1314 Mandate to notify parents of trans-gender prone children within 3 days- in Education comm 8/24/23

(Chino school district passed it for their area,)  (Orange Unified passed it for their area.) (Placentia/Yorba Linda passed it for their area) Maybe more can do the same.

SB44 Homicide charges in death cases for fentanyl dealers- failed passage in Public Safety comm 4/26/23

**SB292 Parental choice on taxed school funds failed in Gov & Finance reconsideration granted 4/19/23

 

  SIGNED/VETOED BY NEWSOM IN 2023 

**T-SBX1-2 Fine oil companies for "price gouging" -signed by Newsom 3/29/23

**T-ACA1 Allows communities & counties to levy added taxes for homeless- chartered to Sect of State for Mar 2024 vote 9/20/23

N**AB5 1 hour per year training in LGBTQ "culture" for all teachers- signed by governor 9/25/23

**T-AB28 Extra 11% tax on guns and ammo adding to 11% already in place- signed by governor 9/26/23

*N-AB42 Allows "sleeping cabins" for homeless without fire extinguishers- signed by governor 10/10/23

*N-AB91 Non-resident citizens within 45 miles of border eligible for resident fees & tuition- signed by governor 10/13/23

**AB103 State budget for 20243/4 including infrastructure and tax breaks for movie makers- signed by governor 6/30/23

**T-N-AB126 Extend "temporary" vehicle fees to 2035 representing $214 MILLION in extra taxes- signed by governor 10/7/23

T-N-AB278 High school dream centers exclude charter schools- chartered to Sect of State for Mar vote 9/20/23

AB309 Creates CA Housing Authority committee- vetoed by governor 10/7/23

N-AB316 Add driver to AI trucks- vetoed by gov 9/23/23

*AB323 Special housing exemptions for non-profits including churches- signed by the governor on 10/11/23

*N-AB349 Allows state or locals to rent vacant property in Highland for homeless "services"- signed by governor 10/7/23

AB421 Yes/No wording on propositions & harder to qualify initiatives for the ballot- signed by the governor 9/8/23

AB443 Commission to define biased conduct for peace officers- signed by governor 10/8/23

*AB469 Neutral arbitrator for transparency issues government vs. people- vetoed by governor 10/7/23

T-N**AB531 Bond issue 6 BILLION for homeless housing- signed by governor 10/12/23

T-N-AB645 Install speed cameras to automatically mail citations to offenders- signed by governor  10/13/23

AB659 Mandatory HPV vaccine for possibly cancerous warts in children before 8th grade- signed by governor 10/13/23

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The mission of the Mountain View Republican Club is to promote the principles and ideals of the Republican Party; support Republican candidates; educate inform members of current legislative issues and concerns; and to perpetuate a recognizable presence in the communities we represent.

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He is running for State Assembly seat District 53.

Chino, Pomona, Montclair, Upland, and Claremont. 

 

Nick Wilson for State Assembly District 53.

"My name is Nick Wilson, I was born and raised in California. Since I have been a resident of District 53, I have been deeply connected to the community. I am not a politician, nor do I come from a political family. I am husband to a loving, supportive wife and the proud father of an amazing 8-year-old son.

I served as a police officer for 13 years before medically retiring due to injuries sustained in the line of duty. I have dedicated my life to public service.

After retiring from law enforcement, I founded The Resiliency Project, a non-profit organization focusing on first responder mental health and suicide prevention. Additionally, I am the CEO of a public safety training and consulting company, where I work to enhance the mission and operations of the law enforcement community. As an instructor (California P.O.S.T.), I draw on my experience and expertise to train law enforcement personnel across the state and country.

As a non-politician, I will bring a fresh perspective and a sincere dedication to representing your interests and concerns. With your support and involvement, I believe we can make a real difference and forge a path toward progress and prosperity for all.

My mission is to bring the change that District 53 has promised.

It’s time to save California together.

For More Information, please scan the QR Code, or visit

my website or contact me by telephone or e-mail.

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Nick Wilson for State Assembly District 53 FPPC ID#1461884

Monthly General Meeting

MVRC Monthly General Dinner Meeting will be

at our new venue in Upland!

Imagine That

1318 W. 9th St., Suite C,

Upland, CA 91786

Dinner Prices:

Members $25/person

Non-Members $30/person

No Dinner - Only Listen to Speaker $10

Cash, Check, & Electronic Payments

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MONDAY, NOV. 13, 2023

Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, November 10, 2023  

or email the club at mvrcgop@gmail.com

This Month's Guest Speaker
Dr. Frank

 

 


 

Dr. Douglas G. Frank is a 40-year modeler of pandemics and elections, a renowned scientist, and inventor who received his PhD in Electrochemistry at UC Santa Barbara.

Dr. Frank built upon Kurt Hyde’s theory from 2010 that suggested that US Census data could be used to artificially inflate voter registration databases across the country. He further asserted that voter registration databases were indeed inflated during the 2020 General Election and that, using an algorithm that he theorizes was developed at the state level and applied to the voter registration information in each individual county in a state, the voter turnout of the election was predictable to an unusually high level of accuracy.

Using 2010 US Census data and updated 2019 American Community Survey data from the Census Bureau, Dr. Frank is able to predict not only the voter turnout by age, but voter registration by age. When Frank’s prediction is compared to the actual voter turnout and voter registration by age, it correlates to an unusually high level of accuracy.

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MVRC's next Meeting is on

Monday, december 11, 2023

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