Advocacy

Top Legislative Issues

(as of July 2017)
AB 97 Ting D Budget Act of 2017.
Location: 6/27/2017- ASSEMBLY CHAPTERED
Current: Chaptered: 6/27/2017
Position:
This bill would make appropriations for the support of state government for the 2017–18 fiscal year. This bill contains other related provisions.
AB 275 Wood D Long-term care facilities: requirements for changes resulting in the inability of the facility to care for its residents.
Location: 7/17/2017- ASSEMBLY CONCURRENCE
Current: Amended: 7/6/20177/17/2017- ASSEMBLY CONCURRENCE
Position: Support
Extends the notice periods that long-term care (LTC) facilities are required to give residents, their families, the Department of Public Health (DPH) and the Office of the State LTC Ombudsman when they are planning to close. Clarifies and strengthens requirements to medically and socially assess residents in order to prevent and reduce transfer trauma. Requires LTC facilities, in their relocation plans, to provide specific information regarding the number of residents who do not have the capacity to make decisions for themselves, the availability of alternative LTC beds in the community, and the reason for the proposed closure, among other things. The bill is supported by AARP, California Long-Term Care Ombudsman Association (CLTCOA), California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA), National Association of Social Workers, California Chapter (NASW-CA), and the Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman.
AB 308 Maienschein R Procedures for litigation.
Location: 6/28/2017- ASSEMBLY CHAPTERED
Current: Chaptered: 6/28/2017
Position: Support
Makes several Probate Code-specific procedural changes. First this bill provides for enhanced notice to interested individuals in actions to convey or transfer property belonging to a decedent or other person, including requiring the notice to contain a better description of the property and more clearly state the penalties that can be imposed by the court. This intended to help ensure that the recipient knows what property is subject to the court action, what negative ramifications can be taken by the court, and how an individual may challenge the action. Clarifies when a petitioner may commence discovery activities and when discovery activities can commence against nonparties. These changes are considered necessar because the Code of Civil Procedure discovery rules do not, without this clarification, fully translate into the Probate Code. The changes in this bill do not expand whom discovery may be obtained from or allow discovery to commence any earlier, but help ensure that discovery rules under the Code of Civil procedure apply fully and equally to actions under the Probate Code. The bill is sponsored by the Trusts & Estates Section of the State Bar.
AB 309 Maienschein R Testamentary additions to trusts.
Location: 6/28/2017- ASSEMBLY CHAPTERED
Current: Chaptered: 6/28/2017
Position: Support
Allows a will to devise property to a trust identified in the will, but not created until up to 60 days after execution of the will. The bill is considered necessary because sometimes an individual may execute his or her will a few days before the trust instrument, for example if notarization is needed for the trust, thus inadvertently invalidating the devise to the trust. This bill is intended to helps correct that problem and ensure that the testator’s wishes can be effectuated. The bill is sponsored by the Trusts & Estates Section of the State Bar.
AB 384 Irwin D The Qualified ABLE Program: tax-advantaged savings accounts.
Location: 7/12/2017- SENATE APPR.
Current: Amended: 7/3/2017
Position: Support
This bill expands the California Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act to non-California residents, and requires ABLE Act Board (Board) to market the program to residents of the US to the extent funds are available to do so. The bill is sponsored by the California State Treasurer’s Office.
AB 437 Rodriguez D At-risk persons: first responders.
Location: 5/26/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 4/26/2017
Position: Monitor
Requires the Attorney General (AG) to establish and maintain the Voluntary Online At-Risk Community Network, to provide information to first responders to prevent harmful interactions between seniors and persons with disabilities. The bill is supported by UDW/AFSCME Local 3930, SEIU California, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), AFL-CIO, and Congress of California Seniors. The measure is opposed by Disability Rights California.
AB 575 Jones-Sawyer D Elder and dependent adult abuse: mandated reporters: substance use disorder counselors.
Location: 7/17/2017- SENATE DESK
Current: Introduced: 2/17/2017
Position: Support
This bill adds substance use disorder counselors as mandated reporters for elder and dependent adult abuse. The bill is sponsored by the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Educators.
AB 635 Harper R Department of Consumer Affairs.
Location: 5/12/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Introduced: 2/14/2017
Position: Monitor
This is a “spot bill” that would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to existing law.
AB 703 Flora R Professions and vocations: licenses: fee waivers.
Location: 4/28/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Introduced: 2/15/2017
Position: Monitor
Requires every board within the Department of Consumer Affairs to grant a fee waiver for application and issuance of an initial license for an applicant who is married to, or in a domestic partnership or other legal union with, an active duty member of the Armed Forces of the United States if the applicant holds a current license in the same profession or vocation in another state, district, or territory.
AB 710 Wood D Department of Consumer Affairs: boards: meetings.
Location: 7/14/2017- SENATE 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 4/27/2017
Position: Monitor
Requires a board under the jurisdiction of the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) to meet at least once every other year in rural California.
AB 767 Quirk-Silva D Master Business License Act.
Location: 5/26/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 5/3/2017
Position: Monitor
Establishes the Master Small Business License Center (Center), within the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), for the purpose of developing and administering an Internet-based platform that allows businesses to electronically submit a master application, including required fees. The bill is supported by California Association for Health Services at Home.
AB 826 Brough R Professions and vocations.
Location: 5/12/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Introduced: 2/16/2017
Position: Monitor
This is a “spot bill” that would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to existing law.
AB 827 Rubio D Department of Consumer Affairs: task force: foreign-trained professionals.
Location: 7/17/2017- SENATE APPR. SUSPENSE FILE
Current: Amended: 4/3/2017
Position: Monitor
Requires the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) to create a task force to study and write a report of its findings and recommendations regarding the licensing and workforce integration of foreign-trained professionals. It further authorizes the task force to hold hearings and invite testimony from experts and the public to gather information, and requires the task force to submit the report to the Legislature no later than January 1, 2019. The bill is sponsored by Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights.
AB 835 Dababneh D Consumer affairs: licenses: prohibited acts.
Location: 4/28/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 3/27/2017
Position: Support
This bill would make it a misdemeanor for any person to sell a fraudulent, forged, fictitious, or ounterfeited license.
AB 859 Eggman D Elders and dependent adults: abuse or neglect.
Location: 6/14/2017- SENATE JUD.
Current: Amended: 6/15/2017
Position: Support
Changes the standard of proof required for an action for abuse or neglect of an elder or dependent adult, from clear and convincing to preponderance of the evidence – if a defendant has intentionally concealed or destroyed relevant evidence. The bill is co-sponsored by the California Alliance for Retired Americas, Congress of California Seniors and Consumer Attorneys of California.
AB 937 Eggman D Health care decisions: order of priority.
Location: 7/14/2017- SENATE 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 5/3/2017
Position: Support
Clarifies that, except when an individual has designated a surrogate for a particular health care decision, unless the power of attorney for health care provides otherwise, an agent designated in the power of attorney who is known to the health care provider to be reasonably able and willing to make health care decisions has priority over any other person in making health care decisions for the individual. Requires that if an individual’s request regarding resuscitative measures directly conflicts with his or her known individual health care instruction, whether written or oral, then to the extent of the conflict, the most recent order or instruction of the individual is effective. Provides that a request regarding resuscitative measures executed by the individual or the individual’s surrogate, agent or conservator is deemed to be a request of the individual. rovides that this bill does not create or expand a duty to locate an individual’s health care instruction. The bill is sponsored by the Conference of California Bar Associations and is supported by California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform and California Long-Term Care Ombudsman Association.
AB 953 Baker R Protective orders: personal information of minors.
Location: 7/17/2017- SENATE APPR. SUSPENSE FILE
Current: Amended: 7/3/2017
Position: Monitor
Allows a minor or the minor’s legal guardian to petition the court to make confidential information regarding the minor obtained when issuing a civil harassment protective order or a domestic violence protective order, including, but not limited to, the minor’s name, address, and the circumstances surrounding the protective order with respect to that minor. Permits a court to keep this information confidential if the court makes certain findings, such as the minor’s right to privacy being greater than the right of public access to the record. The bill is supported by the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office.
AB 959 Holden D Developmental services: regional centers.
Location: 7/13/2017- SENATE APPR.
Current: Amended: 7/13/2017
Position: Support
Requires the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) to establish and maintain a page on its Internet Web site that includes a list of services provided directly to consumers by regional centers and a brief description of those services. The bill further requires a regional center to include on its Internet Web site, a link to the DDS Web site. Extends the right to make choices and have those choices respected to consumers’ authorized representatives. Requires regional centers to provide information to a consumer or his or her parents, legal guardian, conservator, or authorized representative in a manner that is culturally and linguistically appropriate. The bill is supported by California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH) and the State Council on Developmental Disabilities.
AB 1005 Calderon D Professions and vocations: fines: relief.
Location: 5/26/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 5/2/2017
Position: Monitor
Requires non-healing arts entities within the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) to issue a fix-it ticket, with a 30-day cure period, before an administrative fine becomes effective for a Business and Professions Code violation.
AB 1290 Obernolte R Lawyer-client privilege: holder of the privilege.
Location: 5/10/2017- SENATE JUD.
Current: Amended: 6/19/2017
Position: Oppose unless Amended
Revises the existing law that provides that the client of a lawyer has a privilege to refuse to disclose, and to prevent another from disclosing, a confidential communication between the client and lawyer if the privilege is claimed by the holder of the privilege. Existing law defines “holder of the privilege” to include a guardian or conservator of the client, if the client has a guardian or conservator. Clarifies that if the conservatee or ward has appointed counsel or the conservatee has retained counsel to represent him or her in the conservatorship proceeding, the “holder of the privilege” is the conservatee or ward with respect to communications with that counsel. The bill is supported by Conference of California Bar Associations.
AB 1380 Santiago D Developmental services: regional center services.
Location: 7/11/2017- SENATE APPR.
Current: Amended: 6/29/2017
Position: Support
Requires the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) to conduct a review and submit a report to the Legislature regarding specific information pertaining to in-home respite provider rates, requires DDS contracts with regional centers to include requirements that regional centers biennially review all vendor contracts in order to ensure contract compliance, expressly requires that at least 85% of regional center funds be spent on direct service expenditures and may not include administrative costs, and requires an employer, prior to employing an in-home respite worker, to submit a person’s fingerprints to the Department of Justice (DOJ) for purposes of obtaining criminal record information. The bill is opposed by Accredited Respites Services, California Respite Association, California Association of Health Services at Home, and California Chamber of Commerce.
AB 1495 Maienschein R Civil liability: sexual abuse: children.
Location: 7/11/2017- SENATE APPR.
Current: Amended: 5/26/2017
Position: Support
Creates a new cause of action for child victims of sexual exploitation, and allows for the recovery of civil penalties, damages, and other remedies. Civil liability imposed on an adult who – in exchange for money – commits any of the following crimes on a child: 1) rape; 2) solicits; or 3) lewd or lascivious acts. Civil liability would also be imposed on those who aid or abet the listed crimes. Also allows the victim’s parents, guardians, or guardians ad litem, and public prosecutors to file the cause of action. The bill is sponsored by Children’s Advocacy Institute, is supported by California Alliance of Caregivers, Consumer Attorneys of California, Dependency Legal Services, National Association of Missing and Exploited Children and others, and is opposed by the American Civil Liberties Union.
AB 1513 Kalra D Registered home care aides: disclosure of contact information.
Location: 7/11/2017- SENATE APPR.
Current: Amended: 6/27/2017
Position: Neutral
In the form PFAC adopted a “support” position, would have required the Department of Social Services (DSS) to maintain a list of registered home care aides and to make that list available, upon request, to governmental or non-profit entities providing specified services related to home care aides. The bill is sponsored by SEIU California. As amended,requires a copy of a registered home care aide’s name, mailing address, telephone number, cellular telephone number, and email address on file with the department to be made available, upon request, to a labor organization. Prohibits a labor organization from using this information for any purpose other than employee organizing, representation, and assistance activities. Requires the department to establish an opt-out procedure by which a registered home care aide may request that his or her contact information on file with the department not be disclosed in response to a request by a labor organization. Requires the department to provide a written notice with information about the opt-out procedure to registered home care aides.
AB 1610 Ridley-Thomas D Developmental services: regional centers.
Location: 5/26/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 4/18/2017
Position: Support
Requires regional centers to provide certain information to a consumer during the individual program plan process and to an infant’s or toddler’s parents, legal guardian, conservator, or authorized representative at the initial individualized family service plan meeting and annually thereafter. The bill is co-sponsored by Public Counsel.
SB 27 Morrell R Professions and vocations: licenses: military service.
Location: 5/26/2017- SENATE 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 4/17/2017
Position: Monitor
Requires every board under the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) to grant a waiver for the application and initial licensing fee to an honorably discharged veteran. Supported by American G.I. Forum of California, American Legion-Department of California, AMVETS-Department of California, California Association of County Veterans Service Officers and others.
SB 153 Anderson R Estates and trusts: donative transfers.
Location: 7/10/2017- SENATE CHAPTERED
Current: Chaptered: 7/10/2017
Position: Support
Rewords the existing presumption of fraud or undue influence for donative transfers to specified persons who are in a position with the transferor that would allow them to exercise improper sway over the donative transfer. Clarifies that the presumption of fraud and undue influence applies when the fiduciary transcribed the document. Replaces the term “gift” with the term “donative transfer” for the purposes of these provisions, existing law uses the terms interchangeably, and states that it is the intent of the Legislature that these provisions also supplement the common law of fraud.” The bill is sponsored by the Executive Committee of the Trusts and Estates Section of the State Bar of California.
SB 218 Dodd D The Qualified ABLE Program: tax-advantaged savings accounts.
Location: 7/17/2017- ASSEMBLY APPR.
Current: Amended: 7/17/2017
Position: Support
Allows assets in an ABLE [Achieving a Better Life Experience Act of 2014] account to be transferred to another ABLE account upon the death of the designated beneficiary. The bill would prohibit the state from recovering the balance of an ABLE account to recoup Medi-Cal spending by the state. The billi supported by State Treasurer John Chiang, The ARC and United Cerebral Palsy California Collaboration, California Down Syndrome Advocacy Coalition, California In-Home Supportive Services Consumer Alliance and others.
SB 219 Wiener D Long-term care facilities: rights of residents.
Location: 7/11/2017- ASSEMBLY APPR.
Current: Amended: 7/12/2017
Position: Support
Makes it unlawful for any long-term care facility to take specified actions based on a person’s actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or HIV status – including, among others, refusing to use a resident’s preferred name or pronoun, denying admission to a long-term care facility, transferring or refusing to transfer a resident within a facility or to another facility, or evicting or involuntarily discharging a resident from a facility. The bill is sponsored by Equality California.
SB 247 Moorlach R Professions and vocations: license requirement: business: surety bond requirement.
Location: 4/28/2017- SENATE 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 4/17/2017
Position: Monitor
Repeals the requirements for an individual to obtain a license to perform the following activities: fitting or selling hearing aids, locksmithing, barbering or the application of makeup, disposing of cremated human remains, and performing custom upholstery services. The bill is supported by Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies.
SB 333 Anderson R Trusts: modification or termination.
Location: 7/10/2017- SENATE CHAPTERED
Current: Chaptered: 7/10/2017
Position: Support
Revises and recasts provisions relating the modification or termination of an irrevocable trust to delete the provision prohibiting a court from terminating an irrevocable trust that is subject to a valid restraint on the transfer of a beneficiary’s interest and instead authorize the court to terminate a trust with this restraint if the court finds good cause to do so. Specifies that a court is authorized to limit the class of beneficiaries whose consent is necessary to modify or terminate a trust when the class is described as “heirs” or “next of kin.” Authorizes the trust to be modified or terminated by the written consent of the settlor and all beneficiaries without court approval of the modification or termination. The bill is supported by the Executive Committee of the Trusts and Estates Section of the State Bar of California and Judicial Council of California.
SB 364 Moorlach R Tax reform.
Location: 5/12/2017- SENATE 2 YEAR
Current: Introduced: 2/14/2017
Position: Monitor
This “spot bill” would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to existing law.
SB 413 Morrell R Dementia: major neurocognitive disorder.
Location: 7/12/2017- SENATE ENROLLMENT
Current: Enrollment: 7/12/2017
Position: Support
Replaces references to the term “dementia” with the term “major neurocognitive disorders” in existing law with regard to licensure and operation of residential care facilities for the elderly and conservatorships. The bill is sponsored by the Conference of California Bar Associations.
SB 416 Anderson R Elder abuse: isolation.
Location: 5/26/2017- SENATE 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 5/2/2017
Position: Support
Specifies that mental suffering, in the context of criminal elder or dependent adult abuse, may be proven by a pattern of isolation. The bill is supported by California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform, California Association for Health Services at Home, California District Attorneys Association, California Long-Term Care Ombudsman Association and others.
SB 438 Roth D Juveniles: legal guardianship: successor guardian.
Location: 7/6/2017- SENATE DESK
Current: Amended: 4/20/2017
Position: Support
Allows a juvenile court to plan for a successor guardian when appointing a guardian for a child. Authorizes the preliminary assessment of a legal guardian to include the development of a plan for a successor guardian in the case of incapacity or death of the guardian. Authorizes the court, in considering appointment of a legal guardian, to hear any plan for a successor guardian, and to appoint an individual identified in the assessment as a successor guardian in the event of the death or incapacity of the legal guardian. The bill is supported by the County Welfare Directors Association and the California State Association of Counties/Urban Counties of California/Rural County Representatives of California.
SB 467 Wilk R Civil actions: appearance by electronic means.
Location: 7/14/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 5/2/2017
Position: Support
Permits a party, who has provided notice, to appear by electronic means in a court that provides for remote access to a conference, hearing, or proceeding, in the following civil cases: probate, guardianship, conservatorship, and family law proceedings. Electronic means currently includes telephone appearances; this bill expands it to include video teleconferencing, or other electronic means. Requires the Judicial Council to adopt rules and establish fees effectuating the policies and provisions made by this act by no later than July 1, 2019, and makes conforming changes to other provisions of law. The bill is sponsored by Court Call LLC.
SB 468 Leyva D School districts: governing boards: pupil members.
Location: 7/3/2017- ASSEMBLY THIRD READING
Current: Amended: 7/17/2017
Position: Monitor
As introduced, would have made a technical nonsubstantive change to existing law that provides for a guardian or conservator to appear in a pending civil action or proceeding on behalf of a minor, a person who lacks legal capacity to make decisions, or a person for whom a conservator has been appointed. In its current form, the bill pertains to school district governing boards and is no longer of interest.
SB 479 Morrell R Mortgages: default procedures: trustee’s or attorney’s fees.
Location: 7/17/2017- SENATE DESK
Current: Amended: 6/15/2017
Position: Monitor
Raises, from $425 to $475, the maximum amount that a trustee may demand and receive for trustee’s or attorney’s fees arising out of a foreclosure sale. In doing so the bill corrects an inadvertent omission from 2016 legislation which failed to increase by $50 the fee that can be charged by the foreclosing entity upon the sale of property pursuant to the power of sale, and conforms it to the other modest increases granted by the Legislature in 2016.
SB 481 Pan D Long-term health facilities: informed consent.
Location: 7/14/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 6/29/2017
Position: Support
Requires that a resident of a long term care facility who has been determined to lack capacity to make health care decisions and there is no person with legal authority to make those decisions on the resident’s behalf, to be notified prior to implementing a medical intervention, of this lack of capacity determination, of the medical intervention that has been prescribed, and of the right of the resident to challenge these determinations in a judicial proceeding. The bill is supported by the California Hospital Association.
SB 555 Morrell R Regulations: 5-year review and report.
Location: 4/28/2017- SENATE 2 YEAR
Current: Introduced: 2/16/2017
Position: Support
Requires a state agency to review and report on regulations that it adopts or amends on and after January 1, 2018, 5 years after adoption. The bill is supported by the California Chamber of Commerce, California Manufacturing and Technology Association and other industry associations, and is opposed by the California Labor Federation.
SB 565 Portantino D Mental health: involuntary commitment.
Location: 6/27/2017- ASSEMBLY APPR.
Current: Amended: 3/23/2017
Position: Support
Requires a mental health facility, prior to a certification review hearing to extend intensive mental health treatment services to 30-days, to make reasonable attempts to notify family members or any other person designated by the patient at least 36 hours prior to the certification review hearing. Requires the notice to include the time and place of the certification review hearing, unless the patient requests that this information not be provided, and requires the facility to advise the patient that he or she has the right to request that this information not be provided.
SB 640 Hertzberg D Taxation.
Location: 5/12/2017- SENATE 2 YEAR
Current: Introduced: 2/17/2017
Position: Monitor
Makes legislative findings regarding responding to pending proposals for federal tax reform and California’s tax climate and would state that the intent of the bill is to make 3 changes to taxation within the state, including broadening the tax base by imposing a modest sales tax on services. Establishes the Retail Sales Tax on Services Fund in the State Treasury and state the intent of the Legislature that moneys in the fund would be appropriated to, among other purposes, provide tax relief to middle- and low-income Californians to offset the effect of a sales tax on services.
SB 648 Mendoza D Health and care facilities: private referral agencies.
Location: 5/26/2017- SENATE 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 4/27/2017
Position: Support
Establishes requirements for private agencies that refer potential residents for a fee to adult residential facilities, including Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE). Requires the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) to track consumer complaints about private referral agencies, authorizes CDSS to levy civil penalties, and requires CDSS to submit a report to the Legislature of the effectiveness of existing statutory remedies related to private referral agencies by January 1, 2023. The bill is sponsored by Consumer Federation of California, and is supported by California alliance for Retired Americans, CALPIRG, Consumer Attorneys of California, California Long-Term Care Ombudsman, Institute on Aging, and the Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, and is opposed by California Assisted Living Association and Caring.com.
SB 684 Bates R Incompetence to stand trial: conservatorship: treatment.
Location: 7/17/2017- ASSEMBLY CONSENT CALENDAR
Current: Amended: 7/13/2017
Position: Look Into
Authorizes a prosecutor, in felony cases involving alleged death, great bodily harm, or a serious threat to the physical well-being of another person, to request a probable cause hearing at any time before or after a defendant is determined to be incompetent to stand trial (IST) in order to establish probable cause that the defendant committed the crime for purposes of establishing a “Murphy” conservatorship; and codifies that certain persons may be conserved under either a “Murphy” conservatorship or Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS) conservatorship. The bill is sponsored by the San Diego District Attorney, and is supported by California Catholic Conference, Crime Victims United, and National Alliance on Mental Illness California, and is opposed by Disability Rights California.
SB 703 Skinner D Transactions and use taxes: County of Alameda and Cities of La Puente and Santa Fe Springs.
Location: 7/10/2017- ASSEMBLY REV. & TAX
Current: Amended: 6/20/2017
Position: Monitor
Allows Alameda County to impose a transactions and use tax in increments of 0.5% outside the 2% cap. The bill is supported by California State Council of Service Employees (SEIU CA)., and is opposed by California Taxpayers Association, and Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.
SB 715 Newman D Department of Consumer Affairs: regulatory boards: removal of board members.
Location: 6/29/2017- ASSEMBLY INACTIVE FILE
Current: Amended: 4/25/2017
Position: Support
Adds failure to attend board meetings to the reasons the Governor may remove one of his or her appointed board members from office. There is no listed formal support or opposition.
SB 744 Hueso D Outdoor advertising: exemption.
Location: 7/14/2017- ASSEMBLY 2 YEAR
Current: Amended: 5/3/2017
Position: Delete
As introduced, the bill would have stated the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation amending the Labor Code to establish the “Employee Right to Privacy.” As amended, the bill pertains to outdoor advertising and is not of interest.