Here is list of bills we’re keeping an eye on in 2019. If it says SUPPORT or OPPOSE, we’ve taken an official position on the bill.
Despite being a brand-new organization, we managed to score some significant legislative victories in 2018.
If you’d like to help us make a difference in 2019 (or if you see a bill we missed), please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And you can go here to find your Assembly member and state Senator. They miss hearing your beautiful voice, so call them up!
It oughta be legal, no matter what the federal government says.
SB 51 — Would establish banks and credit unions that cannabis businesses can use.
Affordable child care and significant family leave are normal in every other wealthy democracy. Let’s keep California moving in the right direction.
AB 24 — Would establish a targeted child tax credit for poor California families.
AB 66 — Would exempt diapers from the sales tax.
AB 123 — Would expand access to preschool and transitional kindergarten.
SB 26 — Would expand the tax credit for working families.
Clean air and clean water is our birthright. California should continue our global leadership in fighting climate change.
AB 40 — Would phase out carbon-emitting vehicles in California by 2040.
SB 43 — Would study replacing the sales tax with a carbon tax.
California is the only democracy we’ve got. Let’s make it awesome.
ACA 2 — Would abolish the corrupt and outdated Board of Equalization.
SB 47 — Would require initiative petitions to disclose the major funders of the petition drive.
SCA 2 — Would reform California’s unusual recall election system.
America’s obsession with guns is not normal, and it’s not okay.
AB 18 — Would levy a tax on firearms to fund violence prevention programs.
AB 61 — Would expand the list of people who can seek a restraining order to keep a person who poses a significant danger of injuring themselves or others from possessing a firearm.
Californians deserve a working universal health care system, just like in every other wealthy democracy.
Undo segregation created by federal policies, and abolish the ugly Americanism that is single-family-only zoning.
SB 50 — Effectively abolishes single-family-only zoning in many California cities.
Californians are Californians, regardless what the federal government decided about their immigration status.
See also: AB 4 (Health Care), above.
See also AB 24, AB 66, and SB 26 (Early Childhood) and SB 43 (Environment), above.
Upholding the Will of the Voters
California voters should have the final say on California issues.
AB 7 — SUPPORT — would implement “California Time” (permanent daylight savings time), as requested by the voters in November 2018. Federal law currently blocks this from becoming a reality, and will need to be changed as well.