Upcoming Hearings: Week of 6/18 and beyond

Upcoming committee hearing dates

The next important legislative deadline is Friday, June 22. That’s the last day for bills to pass out of policy committees, so it’s going to be a busy two weeks!

This information is from LegInfo, which sometimes can be out of date. Check the committee web page for the full hearing agenda.

Priority bills

AB 3 – Bonta, Rob (D, AD 18) – Raises age to 21 for buying a gun and prohibits anyone from buying more than one gun per month
Hearing Date: 6/19/2018, Senate Public Safety Committee

AB 931 – Weber, Shirley N. (D, AD 79) – Permit lethal force by police only when it’s “necessary,” meaning when there’s no other way to prevent “imminent” injury
Hearing Date: 6/19/2018, Senate Public Safety Committee

AB 3131 – Gloria, Todd (D, AD 78) – Requires police and sheriffs to hold open public hearings and transparency reporting when acquiring military-grade equipment. Indivisible CA: StateStrong is proud to be co-sponsoring this bill with the ACLU of California Center for Advocacy & Policy and American Friends Service Committee
Hearing Date: 6/19/2018, Senate Public Safety Committee

SB 974 – Lara, Ricardo (D, SD 33) – Extends Medi-Cal to all those eligible, regardless of immigration status
Hearing Date: 6/19/2018, Assembly Health Committee

SB 1100 – Portantino, Anthony J. (D, SD 25) – Raises age to 21 for buying a gun and prohibits anyone from buying more than one gun per month
Hearing Date: 6/19/2018, Assembly Public Safety Committee

SB 1186 – Hill, Jerry (D, SD 13) – Requires law enforcement agencies to develop and publicise a proposed Surveillance Use Policy for the use of each type of surveillance technology
Hearing Date: 6/19/2018, Assembly Public Safety Committee

AB 2965 – Arambula, Joaquin (D, AD 31) – Extends Medi-Cal to all those eligible, regardless of immigration status
Hearing Date: 6/20/2018, Senate Health Committee

SB 822 – Wiener, Scott D. (D, SD 11) – Net Neutrality: Prohibits internet service providers from blocking, throttling, and prioritizing paid tiers of traffic if they use state-provided funding or infrastructure, like utility poles
Hearing Date: 6/20/2018, Assembly Communications and Conveyance Committee

SB 834 – Jackson, Hannah-Beth (D, SD 19) – Prohibits the development of new oil pipelines and other infrastructure in coastal waters controlled by the California State Lands Commission
Hearing Date: 6/25/2018, Assembly Natural Resources Committee

AB 1775 – Muratsuchi, Al (D, AD 66) – Prohibits the development of new oil pipelines and other infrastructure in coastal waters controlled by the California State Lands Commission
Hearing Date: 6/26/2018, Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee

AB 1793 – Bonta, Rob (D, AD 18) – Allows automatic expungement or reduction of a prior cannabis conviction
Hearing Date: 6/26/2018, Senate Public Safety Committee

AB 3118 – Chiu, David (D, AD 17) – Requires statewide audit of existing rapekit backlog
Hearing Date: 6/26/2018, Senate Public Safety Committee

SB 183 – Lara, Ricardo (D, SD 33) – Prohibits ICE from entering public schools, community college campuses, and state buildings without a warrant
Hearing Date: 6/26/2018, Assembly Public Safety Committee

SB 320 – Leyva, Connie M. (D, SD 20) – Requires every student health center at public universities to offer abortion by medication
Hearing Date: 6/26/2018, Assembly Health Committee

SB 1449 – Leyva, Connie M. (D, SD 20) – Requires testing of rape kits
Hearing Date: 6/26/2018, Assembly Public Safety Committee

SB 100 – de León, Kevin (D, SD 24) – Establishes a state policy that renewable and “zero-carbon” generating facilities supply all electricity procured to serve California end-use customers no later than December 31, 2045
Hearing Date: 7/3/2018, Assembly Utilities and Energy Committee

Other bills we’re following

AB 1870 – Reyes, Eloise Gómez (D, AD 47) – Extends the period to 3 years (up from 1 year) for which complaints alleging unlawful employment or housing practices may be filed with the Department of Fair Employment and Housing
Hearing Date: 6/19/2018, Senate Judiciary Committee

AB 2888 – Ting, Philip Y. (D, AD 19) – Expands list of people who can seek gun violence restraining order
Hearing Date: 6/19/2018, Senate Public Safety Committee

SB 460 – de León, Kevin (D, SD 24) – Net Neutrality: Prohibits internet service providers from blocking, throttling, and prioritizing paid tiers of traffic within California.
Hearing Date: 6/20/2018, Assembly Communications and Conveyance Committee

SB 700 – Wiener, Scott D. (D, SD 11) – Energy Storage Initiative. Require PUC to provide rebates to customers who install energy storage systems
Hearing Date: 6/20/2018, Assembly Utilities and Energy Committee

SB 937 – Wiener, Scott D. (D, SD 11) – Expands existing law providing access to private rooms for lactating mothers and protects mothers from retaliation for exercising their rights
Hearing Date: 6/20/2018, Assembly Labor and Employment Committee

SB 1303 – Pan, Richard (D, SD 06) – Replaces county coroners and sheriff-coroners with independent, appointed medical examiners to ensure transparency and eliminate potential bias in the conduct of autopsies, especially in the case of officer-involved shootings
Hearing Date: 6/20/2018, Assembly Local Government Committee

AB 2605 – Gipson, Mike A. (D, AD 64) – Prohibits foster care facilities from contacting police to have youth arrested for minor behavioral transgressions
Hearing Date: 6/25/2018, Senate Appropriations Committee

AB 2943 – Low, Evan (D, AD 28) – Defines sexual orientation change efforts as a fraudulent business practice
Hearing Date: 6/25/2018, Senate Appropriations Committee

SB 227 – de León, Kevin (D, SD 24) – Creates California Excellence Fund to accept charitable donations to the state with offsetting state income tax credit
Hearing Date: 6/25/2018, Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee

AB 748 – Ting, Philip Y. (D, AD 19) – Limits length of time law enforcement agencies can withhold video recording of a peace officer’s use of force to a maximum of 90 days
Hearing Date: 6/26/2018, Senate Judiciary Committee

SB 1045 – Wiener, Scott D. (D, SD 11) – Conservatorship for Incapacitated Mentally Ill Homeless
Hearing Date: 6/26/2018, Assembly Health Committee

SB 1094 – Skinner, Nancy (D, SD 09) – Expands eligibility for compensation for people who were wrongfully imprisoned
Hearing Date: 6/26/2018, Assembly Public Safety Committee

SB 759 – McGuire, Mike (D, SD 02) – Streamlines the process for election officials to notify voters when signatures don’t match up and allow them the opportunity to cast their vote
Hearing Date: 6/27/2018, Assembly Elections and Redistricting Committee

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