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TABLE PRESS #1:

Bill Number & AuthorSummaryStatus
SR 37 (Robert Hertzberg)Diabetes Awareness Resolution
(Designates November as Diabetes Awareness month) ( Sponsor )
Adopted
AB 18 (Eduardo & Garcia)California Clean Water, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Act of 2018.
This bill would enact the California Clean Water, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Act of 2018, which, if approved by the voters, would authorize the issuance of bonds in an amount of $3,105,000,000 pursuant to the State General Obligation Bond Law to finance a clean water, climate, coastal protection, and outdoor access for all program.
Re-referred to Com. on APPR.

TABLE PRESS #2:

Bill Number & Author  Bill NameSummary Position Call to Action
SB 54de LeonCalifornia Values ActWould place certain restrictions on state and local government entities in their interactions with federal immigration authorities. One-time costs of $2.7 million and ongoing costs of $2.3 million per year for the Department of Justice to develop model compliance policies, provide training and outreach to law enforcement and other agencies, review information from local law enforcement agencies, and compile required reports (General Fund).Supporty
AB 3BontaStronger Public Defenders ActThis bill would require the department or a nonprofit organization contracting with the department, as provided, to issue requests for proposal and issue grants to qualified legal services projects, qualified support centers, or county offices of the public defender that meet specified requirements, to expand their programs in order to serve as regional legal services agencies capable of providing legal training, written materials, mentoring, and technical assistance to county offices of the public defender in this state on issues relating to the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. The bill would also require the department or contracted nonprofit organization, as provided, to issue requests for proposal and issue grants to qualified legal services projects, qualified support centers, or county offices of the public defender that meet specified requirements, that can act as a statewide resource center to the regional legal services agencies and county offices of the public defender to provide these regional legal services agencies and offices with ongoing training, written materials, mentoring, and technical assistance, and to coordinate a statewide collaborative to ensure efficient delivery of high quality legal services.Supporty
SB 29LaraDignity Not Detention ActWould, commencing on January 1, 2019, prohibit a city, county, or city and county, or a local law enforcement agency from entering into, renewing, or extending the length of a contract with a private corporation, contractor, or vendor to detain immigrants in civil immigration proceedings for profit. This bill would require a city, county, or city and county, or a local law enforcement agency that chooses to enter into, renew, or extend a contract to detain immigrants in civil immigration proceedings to detain immigrants only pursuant to a contract that requires the immigration detention facility operator to adhere to specified standards. This bill would specify that any facility that detains an immigrant pursuant to a contract with a city, county, city and county, or a local law enforcement agency is subject to the California Public Records Act. This bill would provide that an immigration detention facility operator, as defined, an agent thereof, or a person acting on its behalf, shall not deprive an immigrant detainee in civil immigration proceedings of specified rights, including access to an attorney or other authorized person, medical care, freedom from harm or harassment, or privacy. The bill would prohibit an immigration detention facility from involuntarily placing a detainee in segregated housing because of his or her actual or perceived gender, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation. This bill would authorize the Attorney General or any district attorney or city attorney to bring a civil action against an immigration detention facility, an agent thereof, or a person acting on its behalf that violates a detainee’s rights, as specified.Supportn
SB 244LaraDatabases, Privacy and Personal InformationWould require that personal information, as defined, and records containing personal information that are collected or obtained by the state, any state agency, or any subdivision of the state, including agents of the California State University and the California Community Colleges, as well as any private persons contracted to administer public services or programs, from an applicant for public services or programs only be collected, used, and retained for the purpose of assessing eligibility for and providing those public services and programs for which the application has been submitted. The bill would provide that personal information subject to these provisions is not a public record for purposes of the California Public Records Act and would prohibit disclosure of that personal information to any other person, except as provided.Supportn
SB 6HuesoDue Process for AllSB 6 would appropriate $12 million to the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) to establish the Due Process for All Act to provide legal services to individuals facing deportation. This bill would authorize CDSS to contract with qualified nonprofit legal services organizations and nonprofit agencies to implement the act. This bill would also establish the California Universal Representation Trust Fund to accept donations for expanding the number of individuals who may be provided legal services under the act.Supporty
SB 68LaraPublic Postsecondary Education: exemption from nonresident tuition (AB 540 Expansion)Would exempt a student, other than a nonimmigrant alien, from nonresident tuition at the California State University and the California Community Colleges if the student has a total of 3 or more years of attendance at California elementary schools, California secondary schools, campuses of the California Community Colleges, or a combination of those schools, as specified, and the student graduates from a California high school or attains the equivalent, attains an associate degree from a campus of the California Community Colleges, or fulfills minimum transfer requirements established for the University of California or the California State University for students transferring from campuses of the California Community Colleges.Supporty
AB 298GallagherImmigration HoldsWould require a local law enforcement official to cooperate with federal immigration officials by detaining an individual convicted of a felony on the basis of an immigration hold for up to 48 hours, as specified, after the person becomes eligible for release from custody if continued detention on the basis of the immigration hold would not violate federal law. By creating new duties for local officials, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. The bill would also make conforming changes.Watchn
AB 578ReyesThreatning a witnessExisting law makes it a misdemeanor to knowingly and maliciously prevent or dissuade, or attempt to prevent or dissuade, a witness or victim from attending or giving testimony at a trial, proceeding, or inquiry authorized by law or to attempt to prevent or dissuade a victim or witness of a crime to report that crime to law enforcement or seek the arrest of a person in connection with that victimization. Existing law makes the same actions a felony, punishable by 2, 3, or 4 years, if specified additional criteria exist, including accompanying the act by force or by an express or implied threat of force or violence, upon a witness, victim, or any 3rd person or the property of a victim, witness, or any 3rd person. This bill would include in the list of circumstances that make threatening a witness or victim a felony a threat to report the immigration status or suspected immigration status of a crime victim or witness, or of a victim’s or witness’ family member or relative. By increasing the penalty for a crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.Supportn
SB 31LaraCA Religious Freedom ActAn urgency measure, would prohibit state and local agencies from providing information, using resources, or otherwise assisting in the creation,
implementation, or enforcement of a program to create a list, registry, or database of personal information based on individuals’ religion, national origin, or ethnicity, as specified.
Supporty
AB 90WeberCalGang DatabaseThis bill would make the Department of Justice responsible for administering and overseeing any shared gang database in which California law enforcement agencies participate, and would provide that commencing January 1, 2018, the CalGang Executive Board would no longer administer or oversee the CalGang database or the shared gang databases that participate in the CalGang database. The bill would require the department to promulgate regulations governing the use, operation, and oversight of any shared gang database, including, among other things, establishing the requirements for entering and reviewing gang designations, the retention period for listed gangs, the criteria for identifying gang members, and the definitions of offenses consistent with gang activity. The bill would require the department to establish a technical advisory committee with specified members to advise on uses of shared gang databases. The bill would require the department to develop and implement standardized periodic training for all users authorized to enter data in a shared gang database, as well as for all users authorized to access data in a shared gang database. The bill would require the department to promulgate regulations to provide for periodic audits by law enforcement agencies and department staff to ensure the accuracy, reliability, and proper use of any shared gang database, and to report the results of those audits to the public. The bill would impose a moratorium on the use of the CalGang database commencing January 1, 2018, until, among other requirements, the Attorney General certifies that standardized periodic training and periodic audit regulation requirements have been met. The bill would require the department to oversee removal of all data related to a person designated as a suspected gang member, associate, or affiliate in a shared gang database if no new records indicating gang membership have been entered during the previous 2 years. The bill would state findings and declarations of the Legislature regarding shared gang databases.Supporty