Legwatch 2013-14

 

 


  

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Source: California Target Book

  


Manufacturers in this district


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Manufacturers' legislative scorecard
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2011-12: 78% (18-5) 2009-10: 91% (10-1) OVERALL: 82% (28-6)
  VOTE  Indicates vote for manufacturers' interests or an Abstain vote
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votes
2012 votes
AB 1062 - Public social services
NO
AB 1500 - Corporation taxes: apportionment: single sales factor: Middle Class Scholarship Fund
NO
AB 1990 - Renewable energy resources: renewable feed-in tariff set aside for most impacted and disadvantaged communities
NO
AB 2439 - Corporation taxes: disclosure
NO
SB 1118 - Solid waste: used mattresses: recycling and recovery
NO
SB 1161 - Communications: Voice over Internet Protocol and Internet Protocol enabled communications service
YES
SB 1402 - Economic development: California Community Colleges Economic and Workforce Development Program
YES
SB 1458 - School Accountability: Academic Performance Index NO
SB 535 - California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
NO
SB 568 - Polystyrene Food Containers
NO
SB 863 - Workers' compensation
YES
SB 965 - State and local government
YES
2011 votes
AB 559 - Civil actions: costs
NO
AB 1155 - Workers’ compensation.
NO
SB 202 - Elections: ballot measures
NO
SB 116 - Income taxes: exclusions: deductions: sales
Abstained
AB 1062 - Arbitration: appeals
NO
AB 1319 - Product safety: bisphenol A
NO
AB 724 - Clean Energy Jobs and Investment Act YES
SB 508 - Income and corporation taxes: credits: information and operative time period
NO
SB 547 - Public school performance accountability NO
SB 617 - State government: financial and administrative accountability NO
SBX1 2 - Energy: renewable energy resources YES
2010 votes
AB 1405 - AB 32 Community Benefits Fund
NO
AB 2446 - Graduation requirements
YES
AB 737 - Solid waste: diversion
NO
SB 722 - Utilities: renewable energy resources.
NO
AB 2738 - Regulations: agency statement of reasons
YES
AB 569 - Meal periods: exemption YES
SB 657 - Anti-Human Trafficking Corporate Policy Mandate
NO
AB 2666 - Corporation taxes: Franchise Tax Board: tax expenditures: Reporting Transparency in Government Internet Web site.
NO
SB 1391 - Income taxes: business tax incentives: reporting information and recapture
NO
SB 1272 - Income and corporation taxes: credits: information and operative limitations
NO
AB 1998 - Solid waste: single-use carryout bags.
NO
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Headlines
Tesla tax package could slash funds for state's film program - Sept. 11, 2014
The proposal comes less than a year after Nevada made a splash in Hollywood by offering film tax ...  Richard Verrier in the L.A. Times

Why The Grocery Bag Bill Should Be Referred - Sept. 11, 2014
Gov Jerry Brown will soon sign California’s ban on single use plastic grocery bags. Nothing better ...  Tony Quinn in the Fox & Hounds Daily

Groundwater, sick leave, plastic bags among Gov. Brown’s decisions (Sep. 6) - Sept. 9, 2014
Lawmakers spent the hectic final weeks of August whipping votes, accepting amendments and ...  Jeremy White in the Sacramento Bee

Weak August jobs report appears to be anomaly, analysts say (Sep. 5) - Sept. 9, 2014
Manufacturing was another sector that had a poor August. After adding 28,000 positions in July, ...  Jim Puzzanghera in the L.A. Times

California Energy Policy Impacts Manufacturing Jobs (Sep. 8) - Sept. 9, 2014
This week, Chris Busch, the Director of Research at Energy Innovation: Policy and Technology LLC ...  Gino DiCaro in the Fox & Hounds Daily

CMTA Capitol Updates
CMTA asks for veto on bag ban

On the last day of session, the Senate passed SB 270 and sent it to the Governor.  Sept. 11, 2014 update

Paid sick leave bill signed

California became only the second state in the Nation to require employers to provide paid ...  Sept. 11, 2014 update

Hazardous waste permitting bill to the Governor

In the final hours of the legislature last Friday, the Senate passed  Sept. 4, 2014 update