S.B. 17 - (OPPOSED) - Requires the state government to address racism as a public health crisis.

RESULTS: STALLED IN COMMITTEE 2021

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S.B. 245 - (OPPOSED) - Requires all healthcare plans to include the full coverage of abortion services.

RESULTS: STALLED IN COMMITTEE 2021

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S.B. 224 - (OPPOSED) - Requires mental health to be taught in grades K-12 that covering information “appropriate for use with pupils of all races, genders, sexual orientations, ...”
RESULTS: PASSED OCTOBER 8, 2021

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A.B. 1114 - (SUPPORTED) – This bill redefines social media platforms into being considered “limited public forums.” This allows the First Amendment protections to apply to those platforms.

RESULTS: STALLED IN COMMITTEE 2021

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S.B. 380 - (OPPOSED) - This bill makes assisted suicide easier to obtain by removing safeguards put in place in the current law.

RESULTS: PASSED OCTOBER 5, 2021

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A.B. 1084 - (OPPOSED) - This California bill will require retail department stores with over 500 employees that sell children’s care items, to designate a gender neutral section that includes a selection of clothing, or toys. Stores that fail to comply will be fined.

RESULTS: PASSED OCTOBER 9, 2021

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A.B. 272 - (SUPPORTED) - Prohibits schools from requiring that minors forfeit their right to sue in the case of sexual assault or battery as a condition of enrollment.

RESULTS: PASSED AUGUST 31, 2021

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A.B. 101 - (OPPOSED) - Requires high schoolers to complete a state-mandated ethnic studies course before graduating.

RESULTS: PASSED OCTOBER 8, 2021

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S.B. 742 - (OPPOSED) - Bans protest activities within 30 feet of any person while a person is within 100 feet of the entrance or exit of a vaccination site (including Planned Parenthood when they give vaccinations). This bill would impose a fine or up to $1,000 and/or imprisonment of up to 6 months for violating this new law.

RESULTS: PASSED OCTOBER 8, 2021.

(Alliance Defending Freedom won a preliminary victory on October 30th, 2021 regarding this bill, against the state of California. To read more, click here.)

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A.B. 455 - (OPPOSED) - Requires Californians to show proof of the COVID vaccination before entering indoor facilities. Also requires employees to obtain the COVID vaccination or undergo weekly testing, or else face termination.

RESULTS: ANNOUNCED DEAD FOR THE YEAR AUGUST 30, 2021

(There were plans to gut-and-ammend A.B. 455, a streets and highway related bill, into a vaccine passport bill. To read the amended draft, click here.)

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A.B. 1102 - (OPPOSED) - Provides employers the option to make proof of COVID-19 vaccination a requirement to be hired or for continuing employment. The bill further provides that employers may require booster shots as recommended by the CDC.

RESULTS: DEFEATED, DID NOT COME UP FOR A VOTE, 2021

(There were plans to gut-and-ammend A.B. 1102, a telephone service bill, into a vaccine passport bill. To read the amended draft, click here.)

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AB 2218 - (OPPOSED) - Establishes a fund to provide puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones for children, as well as cross-sex hormones and "sex-change" operations for adults.

RESULTS: PASSED SEPTEMBER 26, 2020

AB 2218 passed in both the California Assembly and Senate and was signed by the governor.

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AB 331 - (OPPOSED) - This bill makes Ethnic Studies a graduation requirement for High Schools in California. It's mandated model curriculum is filled with social justice ideas.

RESULTS: VETOED SEPTEMBER 30, 2020

AB 331 passed in both the California Assembly and Senate and was vetoed by the governor.

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SB 145 - (OPPOSED) - Removes the requirement to register as a sex offender in California if the perpetrator is within 10 years of age of the victim and the crime falls within a specific group of offenses.

RESULTS: PASSED SEPTEMBER 11, 2020

SB 145 has passed in both the California Assembly and Senate and was signed by the governor.

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SB 1004 - (OPPOSED) - Allows minors to confidentially get abortions, birth control, mental health treatment, with their parents' insurance

RESULTS: PASSED SEPTEMBER 27, 2018

SB 1004 has passed in both the California Assembly and Senate and was signed by the governor.

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AB 1145 - (OPPOSED) - States that certain sex acts are not abuse unless the person is 21+ and minor is under 16.

RESULTS: PASSED SEPTEMBER 26, 2020

AB 1145 has passed in both the California Assembly and Senate and was signed by the governor.

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SB 798 - (SUPPORTED) - Establishes “Preventing Indecent Content Sharing Act” (PICS), creating penalties ($500-$5000) for sharing lewd images.
RESULTS: PASSED ON OCTOBER 13, 2017

SB 789 has passed in both the California Assembly and Senate and was signed by the governor.

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ACR 99 - (OPPOSED) - Regardless of what Scripture says, and the thousands of years the Church has been counseling men and women to live according to God's design for sexuality, the state is now equating biblically-based counseling with California's banned "conversion therapy."

RESULTS:  PASSED ON SEPTEMBER 26, 2019
ACR 99 passed in both the California Assembly and Senate. It is now a standing resolution.
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SB 24 - (OPPOSED) - Chemical Abortion mandate at UC & CSU Health Centers and amended to require no evaluation of readiness.

RESULTS:  PASSED ON OCTOBER 11, 2019

SB 24 has passed in both the California Assembly and Senate and signed by the governor. It is now a standing law. The law, which is the first of its kind, will implemented on January 1, 2023.

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AB 624 (OPPOSED) - Student ID cards to include sexual or reproductive hotline at public colleges and universities.

RESULTS:  VETOED ON OCTOBER 12, 2019
Passed in both the California Assembly and Senate. Vetoed by Governor Newsom.

“While we are grateful for Governor Newsom’s veto of AB 624, it is painfully obvious his primary concern was not the safety of girls and the lives of their unborn children. Rather, he feared some brave school officials might direct students to pro-life pregnancy resource centers instead of big abortion and their allies,” said California Family Council President Jonathan Keller.                                   

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SB 2 (OPPOSED) -  Database to follow students pre-school thru employment. 

RESULTS: BILL FAILS
Passed in the California Senate, but Author withdrew bill in the Assembly.
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AB 493 (OPPOSED) - Teachers: in-service training: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning pupil resources.

RESULTS:  PASSED ON OCTOBER 12, 2019
Passed in the California Senate and Assembly. Signed by Governor Newsom.

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SB 276 (SUPPORTED) - Medical Exemptions for Vaccinations.
RESULTS: PASSED ON SEPTEMBER 9, 2019
Passed in the California Senate and Assembly. Signed by Governor Newsom.

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