2017 Legislation

Legislative Bills     #forfamily #forkids

SB 250 Hertzberg Pupil meals: Child Hunger Prevention and Fair Treatment Act of 2017

AB 12 Cooley State Government: administrative regulations: review

AB 746 Gonzalez-Fletcher Public Health: potable water: lead testing: school sites and campuses

AB 479 Gonzalez-Fletcher Sales and use taxes: exemption: menstrual and incontinence products: alcoholic beverage taxes: distilled spirits: additional surtax

SB 504 Wieckowski Protecting Californians from Synthetic Food Dyes Act

SB 651 Allen Initiative, referendum, and recall petitions: circulators

AB 796 Kalra Public Social Services: SSI/SSP

SB 339 Roth Veterans treatment courts: Judicial Council assessment and survey

SB 52 Newman Pupil attendance: Interdistrict transfer

SB 258 Lara Cleaning Product Right to Know Act of  2017

SB 399 Portantino Health care coverage: pervasive developmental disorder or autism

SB 746 Portantino Pupil health: physical examinations

SB 354 Portantino Special Education: Individualized education programs: translation services

SB 328 Portantino Pupil attendance: school start time

SB 26 Leyva Sex offenders: access to school

SB 78 Leyva After school programs: Grant amounts

SB 15 Leyva Student financial aide: Cal Grant C awards

SB 210 Leyva Pupil health: Drinking water

SB 170 Leyva Child Custody: Preferences of the child

AB 1449 Muratsuchi Education finance: local control funding formula: special education grant

AB 312 O'Donnell School finance: special education funding

SB 602 Allen Pesticides: neonicotinoids: labeling

Legislative Bills                 NOT #forfamily                 NOT #forkids

SB 426 Community-based home visitation pilot program

SB 426 Letter of Opposition
SB 426.pdf
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SB 18 Bill of Rights for Children and Youth of California: joint legislative committee (Pan)                        SCR 41 Bill of Rights for the Children and Youth of California (Pan)

SB 18 and SCR 41 updated talking points 4 19 2017
SB 18 SCR 41 4 19 2017.pdf
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UPDATE 7/17/2017 SB 18 is dead for 2017. It is a 2 year bill so will be back in 2018. SCR 41 is in Senate Rules and can move forward at any time as it is not subject to any dates.


Is Senator Pan really wanting public comment and feedback at his Town Hall’s and Select Committee hearings or is it at best self-serving and at worst censorship? April 3, 2017
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SB 18 Draft Amendments submitted by Common Sense to leg counsel on March 13, 2017 will be Resolution bill
SB18 amendments.pdf
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Common Sense, sponsor of SB 18, Children's Bill of Rights has had parent meet ups throughout the state of California to gather input for SB 18. For many of these meetings there have been cancellations without giving notice and or the leaders of meetings have not shown up.

Is Common Sense Kids Action Really Wanting Parents’ Input on the Children’s Bill of Rights or is it all a Grand Facade? Multiple Parent Meetings Canceled Without Notification February 15, 2017
EA-AVFC SB18 Press Release - Is Parent I[...]
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