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League of California Cities

Upcoming Legislative Meetings of Interest to Cities

Meetings for Aug. 5-Aug. 18
 
The Senate and Assembly are holding a multitude of committee hearings in the coming days to consider a number of legislative bills before the end of the legislative session on Aug. 31. Gov. Gavin Newsom will then have until Sept. 30 to either sign or veto bills that have made it to his desk.
 
All hearings will be televised or available over live audio. The Senate and Assembly publish weekly television schedules online, as well as audio and video links.
 
You may also view the League’s update on priority bills of interest, which published July 22 in
CA Cities Advocate. The Legislature continues to adjust their schedule, and the League will provide updates in the newsletter weekly.
 
Aug. 5
Assembly Utilities and Energy Committee, 11 a.m., State Capitol, Assembly Chamber
  • SB 865 (Hill) Excavations: subsurface installations. League position: Support
Senate Labor, Public Employment and Retirement Committee, 1:30 p.m., Senate Chamber
  • AB 685 (Reyes) Occupational safety: COVID-19 exposure: notification. League position: Oppose
  • AB 1066 (Gonzalez) Unemployment compensation: benefits payable: collection. League position: Oppose
  • AB 2473 (Cooper) Public investment funds. League position: Support
  • AB 2967 (O'Donnell) Public Employees’ Retirement System: contracting agencies: exclusion from membership. League position: Oppose
Assembly Public Safety Committee, 2 p.m., State Capitol, Room 4202
  • SB 731 (Bradford) Peace Officers: civil rights. League position: Support if Amend
  • SB 776 (Skinner) Peace officers: release of records. League position: Oppose
Aug. 6
Senate Housing Committee, upon adjournment of Session, Senate Chamber
  • AB 434 (Daly) Housing financing programs: uniform procedures. League position: Support
  • AB 1279 (Bloom) Planning and zoning: housing development: high-opportunity areas. League position: Oppose Unless Amend
  • AB 2345 (Gonzalez) Planning and zoning: density bonuses: annual report: affordable housing. League position: Oppose Unless Amend
  • AB 3040 (Chiu) Local planning: regional housing need assessment. League position: Support in Concept
  • AB 3269 (Chiu) State and local agencies: homelessness plan. League position: Oppose Unless Amend
Aug. 7
Senate Public Safety Committee, 9 a.m., John L. Burton Hearing Room (4203)
  • AB 1506 (McCarty) Police use of force. League position: Support
  • AB 1775 (Jones-Sawyer) False reports and harassment. League position: Support
Aug. 10
Assembly Business and Professions Committee, 11 a.m., State Capitol, Assembly Chamber
  • SB 1244 (Bradford) Cannabis testing laboratories. League position: Pending Support
Assembly Transportation Committee, 2:30 p.m., State Capitol, Assembly Chamber
  • SB 1351 (Beall) Transportation improvement fee: revenue bonds. League position: Pending
Aug. 11
Assembly Insurance Committee, 10 a.m., State Capitol, Assembly Chambers
  • SB 1159 (Hill) Workers’ compensation: COVID-19: critical workers. League position: Concerns
Aug. 18
Senate Judiciary Committee, 9 a.m., John L. Burton Hearing Room (4203)
  • AB 1286 (Muratsuchi) Shared mobility devices: agreements. League position: Sponsor
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