Capitol-Updates

Capitol Update News for October 30, 2020

Capitol Update October 15, 2020

PROPOSITION 22  -  App Based Drivers as Contractors & Labor Policies InitiativeCFRW Executive Committee Recommends

Capitol Update October 8, 2020

A quick run through of California Propositions 14 and 16 by CFRW Legislative Analyst Gretchen Cox.

Capitol Update October 1, 2020

Please share these important voting rules and ballot suggestions for the November 3 election. Also, for your convenience, we have included the Propositions recommendation by the California Republican Women Federated.

Capitol Update September 24, 2020

VOTE NO TO REPEAL Senate Bill 10. Keep monetary bail.  Monetary bail has worked effectively throughout America's history to ensure that a suspect who is released on bail before trial will keep his or her promise to return to court for trial.

Capitol Update September 17, 2020

Proposition 15 AKA "Calif. Schools and Local Communities Funding Act" / AKA "Tax on Commercial and Industrial Properties for Education and Local Gov't. Funding Initiative" / AKA PROP. 13 SPLIT-ROLL TAX INCREASE

Capitol Update September 10, 2020

Midnight, August 31, 2020 marked the end of one of the most "unique" legislative sessions in the State's history.  Our "one party" state started the year off with hundreds, if not thousands, of bills...

Capitol Update September 3, 2020

PROPOSITION 22 - App Based Drivers as Contractors & Labor Policies Initiative. In the 2019 Legislative Session, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, a San Diego Democrat, proposed AB-5 which would control contract labor. 

Capitol Update August 27, 2020

In 2018, California lawmakers passed landmark legislation, the California Consumer Privacy Act, to give California the toughest privacy laws in the country to protect consumer information.

Capitol Update August 20, 2020

California's New Housing Bills...Brace Yourself for the New Normal! Once again, the Democrats are taking advantage of the current imbalance in both houses of the State Legislature.

Capitol Update August 13, 2020

Prop. 19 is another sideswipe at our property tax protections under Prop. 13. This is the 3rd attempt by the California Association of Realtors and lawmakers to sneak in a law that will increase their business, and bring in an estimated billion dollars in new tax revenue to the state.

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