Legislative Update for Final 3 Days of the 2022 Session

Legislative Update for Final 3 Days of the 2022 Session Actions you can take: Please Donate to LC here: https://www.livablecalifornia.org/donate/ Call your Senator’s office TODAY. Leave a message asking them to vote no on the floor on these two bills: AB 2011, AB 2097 Find your Senator’s Contact information here. If you have time

Appropriations Suspense Results and Actions to Take

Appropriations Suspense Results and Actions to Take Assembly Appropriations Committee Do Pass or Do Pass as Amended – 244 (75.5%) Held – 79 (24.5%) Total – 323 See the full Assembly results list here Senate Appropriations Committee Do Pass or Do Pass as Amended – 368 (75%) Held – 123 (25%) Total – 491 See

Upcoming Dates and Events of Interest

Upcoming Dates and Events of Interest: Please contribute to help us continue to bring you timely updates on subjects of interest. Become a sustaining member with a modest monthly donation. Aug 10 – 6 PM - Our Neighborhood Voices Initiative Informational Zoom Meeting Catalysts is having a series of four town halls: Aug 10

Legislative Update for Final Month of 2022 Session

Legislative Update for Final Month of 2022 Session The legislature will return from summer recess Aug 1st. The Appropriations committees will immediately take up over 840 bills in the first week - 466 measures set for the August 1 hearing of the Senate Appropriations Committee and 376 measures set for the August 3 hearing

Meet With Your Legislator Now During the Summer Break

Meet With Your Legislator Now During the Summer Break The legislature is on recess until Aug 1. This is the perfect time to set up meetings with your Assemblymember and your Senator, since they will be back in your district You can get contact information for your two legislators here. Below are some suggestions

Redondo Beach Mayor Bill Brand Trounces Liam Dillon Over SB 9

Google Image of Redondo Beach, one of the West's most dense cities at 10,623 people per sq mile. December 10, 2021 Redondo Beach Mayor Bill Brand in a Dec. 9 interview on NPR affiliate KCRW outflanked Los Angeles Times reporter Liam Dillon, who openly defends the hated anti-homeowner law SB 9. In a riveting discussion

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