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AG Becerra, Assemblymember Gonzalez Unveil Legislation to Strengthen Program to Combat CA’s Underground Economy

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 22, 2019 – California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez today unveiled legislation, AB 1296, the Tax Recovery in the Underground Recovery program (TRUE Act), to combat underground economic crimes. AB 1296 is sponsored by Attorney General Becerra and w


California Republicans Are At Historic Low. This Weekend In Sacramento, The Party Seeks A Path Forward

Zero statewide constitutional offices. No U.S. senators since 1992. Just seven of 53 members of Congress. Barely a quarter of state legislative seats. And a mere 24 percent of registered California voters — lagging behind even the 27.5 percent of Californians who are registered without party prefere


On OC: State Sen. John Moorlach on Police Oversight, Pensions & California’s Fiscal Solvency

At his state office in Sacramento, Moorlach talks about recent legal cases spurring from legislation he co-sponsored, SB 1421, that calls on police misconduct records to be opened for public review. The former County Supervisor and Treasurer-Tax Collector for OC also ponders the future of pensions a


The CA Senate Republicans have asked the CA Attorney General to review the Sanctuary State law

SACRAMENTO – Senate Republican Leader Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel); Senator Jim Nielsen (R-Tehama), Vice Chair of the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee; and Senator John Moorlach (R-Costa Mesa), Vice Chair of the Senate Public Safety Committee, delivered a letter to California Attorney G


Bill to Help Decarbonize Space and Water Heating in California Introduced Today

SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Bill Quirk (D-Hayward) has introduced a bill to incentivize renewable gaseous fuels to help decarbonize space and water heating in California. In 2016, California set a target to reduce short-lived climate pollutants by 40 percent, below 2013 levels, by 2030. To help Cali


Assembly Privacy Committee Convenes First Informational Hearing On The California Consumer Privacy Act Of 2018

Sacramento – State legislators, key academics, industry experts, government liaisons, and consumer representatives convened on Wednesday for an informational hearing of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). Members of the committee heard from numerous stakeholders on ways to refine the