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California Bad Bills Thread

By Patrick follow Patrick   2022 May 2, 1:39pm 70 views  5 comments           share      

A thread to post the horrifying anti human rights bills proposed by the far left in Sacramento. First one:


Thursday, May 5 — 11am
Action Alert: SB 866 (CA Minor Vaccine Consent) Hearing Next Thursday!
California State Capitol
1315 10th St, Sacramento, CA 95814

SB 866 will be heard in a special hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee next Thursday, May 5 around 11am.

Email legislators on the Committee TODAY asking them to Oppose SB 866! Come to Sacramento on Thursday!

SB 866 Minors: vaccine consent (Wiener) – 12 Year Old Minor Consent to Vaccination Without Parental Consent: Allows a minor 12 years of age or older to consent to a vaccine that is approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration and meets the recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (ACIP) without the consent of the parent or guardian of the minor.

https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=202120220SB866&source=patrick.net

SB 866 will be heard in the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, May 5 after the Senate Floor session adjourns (~11 am).

A Voice for Choice Advocacy sent a detailed letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee outlining our numerous concerns with the bill. You can read our letter here:

https://avoiceforchoiceadvocacy.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/AVFCA-SB866-Letter-of-Oppose-unless-Amended-Wiener-Pan.pdf?source=patrick.net

Take Action TODAY!

1) Email the Senate Judiciary Committee Members:

Go to: https://secure.everyaction.com/GSrtgnUX5Ey_kFgi9Af6yg2?source=patrick.net

A Voice for Choice Advocacy has made it easy for you to email the Senators on the Judiciary Committee to ask them to Oppose SB 866. For legislators to read your email (and not assume it as a mass marketing campaign), it is important that your letter is personalized to your situation, so be sure to outline how SB 866 would affect you and your family. You can use some of the talking points from AVFCA's letter (but don't copy it!):

https://avoiceforchoiceadvocacy.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/AVFCA-SB866-Letter-of-Oppose-unless-Amended-Wiener-Pan.pdf?source=patrick.net

2) Make plans to come to Sacramento next Thursday to give public comment in person

3) Forward this email to anyone who believes in parental rights. Share this email on social media:

https://avoiceforchoiceadvocacy.org/action-alert-sb-866-sen-judiciary/?source=patrick.net

Over the past 7 years, A Voice for Choice Advocacy has established itself as the leading legislative organization lobbying in the California Capitol for your health rights. While A Voice for Choice Advocacy's lobbying activity in the Capitol is important, your positive constituent relationships with your CA State Senator and Assembly Member and their staff are critical to assisting with A Voice for Choice Advocacy's efforts in the Capitol.

Together we can make change happen!

Christina Hildebrand
President/Founder
A Voice for Choice Advocacy, Inc.
christina@avoiceforchoiceadvocacy.org
www.AVoiceForChoiceAdvocacy.org
1   Patrick   2022 May 2, 1:49pm  


Bad Bills Watch

This week, we had a few bad bills pass in their respective committees. Many of these bills are approaching a vote on either the Assembly floor or the Senate floor. Here is our opportunity to contact our representatives with your position on these bills. If they pass their respective floor votes, they will move to the next house. Here are the updates we have for you. Check the image below to illustrate the process a bill goes through.

SB 1797 - Introduced by Assembly Member Akilah Weber, Co-author Senator Pan

This bill makes changes to the CA Immunization Record Database for government agencies to have access to all vaccine records in addition to students.

Update: The bills PASSED in the Assembly Health Committee 10-3 on April 26.

Next: This bill will be voted on the Assembly floor (by all Assembly members).

Take Action: Contact your representatives and let them know how you want them to vote on this bill once it goes to an Assembly floor vote.

SB 1479 - Introduced by Senator Richard Pan

Require schools to continue testing long-term and expand to TK, Pre-K, after-school care, and daycare centers.

Update: This bill PASSED in the Senate Committee on Education with a 5-2 vote on April 27.

Next: This bill will be going to the Appropriation Committee and then voted on the Senate floor (by all Senators).

Take Action: Contact your representatives and let them know how you want them to vote on this bill once it goes to a Senate floor vote.

AB 2098 - Introduced by Assembly Member Evan Low, Co-authors Asm. Weber, Asm. Wicks, Senator Pan, and Senator Weiner

Classifies the sharing of Covid-19 medical opinions by doctors and surgeons contrary to the CDC narrative as misinformation and unprofessional conduct, resulting in disciplinary actions.

Update: Passed with 12-5 in the Assembly Committee on Business and Professions

Next: It moves to Assembly Appropriations Committee and then proceeds to a vote on the Assembly floor (by all Assembly members).

Take Action: Contact your representatives and let them know how you want them to vote on this bill once it goes to an Assembly floor vote.

SB 866 - Introduced by Senator Anthony Weiner

This bill would authorize minors 12 years and older to consent to any vaccination without parental consent.

Update: Goes to Senate Judiciary Committee on May 5, 2022, for a hearing and vote.

Take Action: Contact the Senate Judiciary Committee and let them know how you want them to vote on this bill

Legislation Action Kit
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- Children's Health Defense California Chapter (ca.team@childrenshealthdefense.org )
2   Patrick   2022 May 2, 1:50pm  


Important Action Steps

Action steps for the following bills for the week.

For each bill, call the assigned legislators' district offices on Fridays. Phones need to ring off the hook.
Meet with legislators. Make an appointment with your legislator to formally register your opposition with their office and discuss your opposition. They are in their district offices on Fridays.
Email legislators to voice your opposition.
Make sure to do both: Register your opposition with the legislative offices AND through the legislative portal to be included in legislative record.

* Always maintain a professional tone and respect. Email all legislators, but focus calls on the (D) legislators.

AB 2098 - In Assembly Appropriations Committee

Hearing date: 05/09/22

Email and call members Assembly Appropriations Committee directly to voice your opposition to AB 2098. You need to tailor your comment toward the fiscal aspects of the bills for appropriations.
There is also no deadline to receive position letters for Appropriations Committee via the California Legislature Position Letter Portal. Any letters submitted to the committee will be retained as part of the committee's legislative record.
TAKE ACTION

SB 1479 - In Senate Appropriations Committee

Email and call members Senate Appropriations Committee directly at their district office to voice your opposition to SB 1479. You need to tailor your comment toward the fiscal aspects of the bills for appropriations.
There is also no deadline to receive position letters for Appropriations Committee via the California Legislature Position Letter Portal. Any letters submitted to the committee will be retained as part of the committee's legislative record.
TAKE ACTION

AB 1797 - Going to Assembly Appropriations Committee, then Assembly Floor for vote.

Email and call Assembly Appropriations Committee members directly to voice your opposition to AB 2098. You need to tailor your comment toward the fiscal aspects of the bills for appropriations.
There is also no deadline to receive position letters for Appropriations Committee via the California Legislature Position Letter Portal. Any letters submitted to the committee will be retained as part of the committee's legislative record.
Email and call your Assemblymember now at their district office to voice your opposition to AB 1797.
Call District Offices all week, especially Thursday and Friday.
TAKE ACTION

SB 1100 - Going to Senate Floor for vote

Email and call your Senator now at their district office to voice your opposition to to SB 1100. Make an appointment with your Senator. Call District Offices all week, especially Thursday and Friday.

SB 1184 - Going to Senate Floor for vote

Email and call your Senator now at their district office to voice your opposition to SB 1184. Make an appointment with your Senator. Call District Offices all week, especially Thursday and Friday.
TAKE ACTION

SB 866 - In Senate Judiciary Committee

Hearing date: May 5, 2022

Submit a position letter in opposition to SB 866 now to the Senate Judiciary Committee via the California Legislature Position Letter Portal. The Senate Judiciary Committee position letter submission deadline is the Tuesday before a hearing at 12:00 PM, unless stated otherwise.
Email and call Senate Judiciary Committee Members directly to their district office to voice your opposition to SB 866. Call District Offices all week, especially Thursday and Friday.
Email and call your Senator now at their district office to voice your opposition to voice your opposition. Make an appointment with your Senator to ask them to vote NO or ABSTAIN on SB 866
TAKE ACTION

Call District Offices all week, especially Thursday and Friday.

If you are able to schedule a meeting, attend a legislator's event or you would like support- please email PERKconsultation@protonmail.com . We can help you with supporting documentation and talking points.
3   Patrick   2022 May 2, 1:53pm  


Telegram group about AB-1993: https://t.me/californiaab1993?source=patrick.net
Facebook group for Bay Area People Of Freedom: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2484265251719611/?ref=share&source=patrick.net
Meetup group for South Bay Unvaccinated Social Support https://meetu.ps/c/4X7cD/j0xL6/d?source=patrick.net on Meetup
Meetup group for Bay Area Anti Mandate group https://meetu.ps/c/4XmG2/j0xL6/d?source=patrick.net on Meetup
4   Patrick   2022 May 2, 1:54pm  


Join Bay Area Freedom Alliance On Signal And Telegram

Bay Area Freedom Alliance has Signal and Telegram groups for easier communication. If you want to join them, follow these links:

Signal: https://signal.group/?source=patrick.net#CjQKIO447DZmN--EetjHpGg1X3vX2Ks_LGdR90gxvAZ1i4USEhApYGBYhdaQ4zsdwzgcE3hU
Telegram: https://t.me/joinchat/A7hTFme-2WljNWNh?source=patrick.net
Website: https://bayareafreedomalliance.org/?source=patrick.net

Because of the overwhelming growth of this Bay Area grassroots effort, BAFA will be using the Mobilize platform to meet the group's needs going forward.

Here's the link to get you signed up initially: https://bayareafreedomalliance.mobilize.io/registrations/groups/53557?source=patrick.net

- Bay Area Freedom Alliance (bayareafreedomalliance@protonmail.com )

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