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Bills in Committee: May 14 – 18

May 14, 2012

The below list represents the bills scheduled for hearing this week for which the League currently has a position.


Many legislative hearings are available online for video or audio monitoring online via the Cal Channel, and the Senate or the Assembly websites. A full listing of all Senate and Assembly hearings is available online. Hearing times are subject to change.

City officials are encouraged to send position letters for hot bills. Sample letters are available on the League’s website by typing the bill number into the search box.

Monday, May 14

Senate Appropriations, State Capitol, Room 4203 at 11 a.m.:

SB 1002 (Yee) Public Records: Electronic Format. League position: Oppose Unless Amended.

SB 1207 (Fuller) California Alternative Rates for Energy Program. League position: Support.

SB 1222 (Leno) Solar Energy: Permits. League position: Oppose.

SB 1278 (Wolk) Planning and Zoning: Flood Protection: Sacramento – San Joaquin Valley. League position: Support if Amended.

SB 1336 (Yee) Improper Governmental Activities: Investigations: Confidentiality. League position: Oppose.


Senate Business, Professions and Economic Development, State Capitol, Room 3191, upon adjournment of session:

SB 1162 (Runner) Animal Control: Tranquilizers. League position: Support.

Wednesday, May 16

Assembly Appropriations, State Capitol, Room 4202 at 9 a.m.:

AB 1706 (Eng) Vehicles: Transit Bus Weight. League position: Concerns.

AB 1897 (Campos) Land Use: General Plan: Access to Healthy Food. League position: Oppose Unless Amended.

AB 2063 (Alejo) Ex Parte Communications. League position: Support.

AB 2246 (Pérez) Public Health: Food Access. League position: Support.

HOT BILL - AB 2312 (Ammiano) Controlled Substances. League position: Oppose.

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