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Old 04-18-2019, 12:47 AM
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AB-61 hearing set in the Assembly Committee on Public Safety for 4/23.

AB-1121 hearing set in the Assembly Committee on Appropriations for 4/24.

AB-1669 hearing set in the Assembly Committee on Appropriations for 4/24.

AB-879 hearing set in the Assembly Committee on Appropriations for 4/24.
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Can we add AB-700 (Public records: exceptions to disclosure: public postsecondary educational institutions: researchers) here? Though not specifically gun related, it has significant implications for the CRPA/NRA's ability to fight firearms-related studies which are used to draft anti-gun legislation. For example, the lead ammunition ban
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Article referenced by CRPA newsletter:
https://undark.org/article/battle-pu...ds-california/
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AB-1602 wasn't posted, but there's a thread for it here. Concerns trying to outlaw firearm usage liability insurance (like Carryguard afaik). Amended on 3/25, then amended on 4/11. See post. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Insurance on 4/22 with a hearing set for 4/24.

AB-1064 amended on 4/22. See post. Re-referred to Assembly Appropriations Committee pursuant to Assembly Rule 96.

(I don't know much about Assembly Rules, but here's a quote)
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Motion to Withdraw or Re-refer Bills
96.(a) A motion to withdraw a bill or resolution from committee, or to re-refer a bill or resolution from one committee to another committee, may be made during the regular order of business. A motion to re-refer may be debated only as to the propriety of the reference, and shall require an affirmative recorded vote of 41 or more Members.
(b) A bill or resolution may not be withdrawn from committee and placed upon the file, unless a motion to withdraw has been heard by, and has been approved by a majority vote of, the Committee on Rules. This subdivision does not apply to a bill in a fiscal committee that has been amended so as not to require its reference to a fiscal committee, as indicated by the Legislative Counsel’s Digest.
(c) A motion to continue a motion to withdraw a bill or resolution from committee requires a majority of those Members present and voting. A motion to withdraw a motion to withdraw is not in order.
SB-220 Ordered for second reading on 4/22 pursuant to Senate Rule 28.8.
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10.5.A bill shall be rereferred to the fiscal committee of each house when it would do any of the following: (1) Appropriate money.
(2) Result in a substantial expenditure of state money.
(3) Result in a substantial increase or loss of revenue to the state.
(4) Result in substantial reduction of expenditures of state money by reducing, transferring, or eliminating any existing responsibilities of any state agency, program, or function.
Concurrent and joint resolutions shall be rereferred to the fiscal committee of each house when they contemplate any action that would involve any of the following: (1) Any substantial expenditure of state money.
(2) Any substantial loss of revenue to the state.
The above requirements do not apply to bills or concurrent resolutions that contemplate the expenditure or allocation of operating funds.
This rule may be suspended in either house as to any particular bill by approval of the Committee on Rules of the house and two-thirds vote of the membership of the house.
Uh... okay... usually rules haven't been being cited in the status.
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AB-18 passed Assembly Committee on Revenue & Tax with amendments on 4/22. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.

AB-1064 re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations on 4/23.
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Lotta updates today.

SB-172 passed Senate Committee on Human Services on 4/22 as amended. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

SB-281 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 4/23. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

AB-1009 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/23. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations with recommendation to Consent Calendar.

AB-12 referred to Senate Committees on Public Safety and Appropriations on 4/24.

AB-1602 passed Assembly Committee on Insurance on 4/24. Scheduled for a second reading on the floor on 4/25.

AB-1669 passed Assembly Committee on Appropriations on 4/24. Scheduled for a second reading on the floor on 4/25.

AB-18 Amended on 4/24. See post.

AB-521 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/23. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.

AB-61 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/23. Scheduled for a second reading on the floor on 4/25.

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Old 04-25-2019, 11:57 PM
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Even more updates! (None of them good I imagine)

AB-18 re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations on 4/25 and hearing set for 5/1.

AB-1009 hearing set in Assembly Committee on Appropriations for 5/1.

AB-1064 re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations on 4/25 and hearing set for 5/1.

SB-281 hearing set in Senate Committee on Appropriations for 5/1.

AB-645 read third time and passed Assembly Floor on 4/25. Ordered to Senate. Read first time in Senate; sent to Senate Committee on Rules for assignment.

AB-893 read third time and passed Assembly Floor on 4/25. Ordered to Senate. Read first time in Senate; sent to Senate Committee on Rules for assignment.

SB-701 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 4/23 as amended. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

SB-172 read second time and amended on 4/25. See post. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.
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SB-37 Gut and amend, became a tax bill.
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AB-524 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 4/24.

AB-603 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 4/24.

SB-230 amended on 4/30. See post.
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AB-1009 passed Assembly Committee on Appropriations Consent Calendar on 5/1. Scheduled for 2nd reading on 5/2, likely to go for a vote on the floor soon.
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SB-120 has a scheduled hearing in the Senate Appropriations Committee on 5/13.

SB-172 has a scheduled hearing in the Senate Appropriations Committee on 5/13.

SB-230 has a scheduled hearing in the Senate Appropriations Committee on 5/13.

SB-702 has a scheduled hearing in the Senate Appropriations Committee on 5/13.

AB-521 has a scheduled hearing in the Assembly Appropriations Committee on 5/8

SB-220 read third time and passed Senate Floor on 5/02. Ordered to Assembly. Read first time in Assembly and held at desk.
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AB-524 amended on 5/6. See post.

AB-61 read third time and passed Assembly Floor on 5/06. Ordered to Senate. Read first time in Senate and sent to Senate Rules Committee for assignment.
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AB-645 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 5/8.

AB-893 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 5/8.
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We now have our Appropriations Suspense File date of 5/16, which is when the Assembly and Senate will look at the budget and decide what to keep and what to chuck out. Here's hoping they chuck out most, if not all of the anti-gun laws held up there.

AB-18 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-164 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-165 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-339 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-340 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-425 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-521 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-688 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-879 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-1064 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-1121 hearing set in Assembly Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.




SB-55 hearing set in Senate Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

SB-61 hearing set in Senate Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

SB-221 hearing set in Senate Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

SB-376 hearing set in Senate Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.


AB-1009 read third time and passed Assembly Floor on 5/9. Ordered to Senate. Read first time in Senate and sent to Senate Rules Committee for assignment.

AB-1602 read third time and passed Assembly Floor on 5/9. Ordered to Senate. Read first time in Senate and sent to Senate Rules Committee for assignment.
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AJR-4 hearing set in Senate Committee of Public Safety 6/4.

AJR-5 hearing set in Senate Committee of Public Safety 6/4.

SB-120 hearing set in Senate Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

SB-172 hearing set in Senate Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

SB-213 hearing set in Senate Committee of Appropriations Suspense File for 5/16.

AB-1297 read third time and passed Assembly Floor on 5/13. Ordered to Senate.

SB-701 ordered to second reading pursuant to Senate Rule 28.8 on 5/13. Second Reading scheduled for 5/14.

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AB-893 Amended in Senate Committee of Public Safety on 5/15. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety. See post.
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Brief summary of Thursday's 'Suspense File' actions:
https://calmatters.org/articles/blog...onment-health/

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Gun control

Earlier this year, 16 Democratic lawmakers announced the legislature’s first ever firearm “working group” and vowed to send the governor a package of gun control bills.

So far, that working group is working out pretty well. Five bills entered today’s Appropriations committee hearings and four came out.

The lone loser was the fee on new gun sales (see “Taxes” above). Proceeds from the tax would have gone to the California Violence Intervention and Prevention program, which distributes grants to groups that disrupt street violence.

Instead, the CalVIP program may be able to count on Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks’ AB 1603, which calls for a permanent funding source and which sailed through the committee today. So did proposals to regulate home-made ghost guns, to limit the purchase of handguns to one per month, to train police on how to remove guns from those under a restraining order all sailed through.

Learn more about the history of California’s gun laws with this in-depth multimedia explainer.
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AB-61 referred to Senate Committees on Public Safety and Appropriations on 5/16.

2019 Suspense File Results Postings:
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Question for... Librarian? I'm not too familiar with the process in the Suspense file, but from this article it seems when the bills are killed they aren't voted on. So if it's held in committee, then there's no vote, and it's dead? AB-18 (Firearm Excise Tax) on the status shows "postponed", and on the document above it shows "2-year bill". What is a 2-year bill? What does that entail exactly? Wanted to ask before I declare it dead.

Update: Assembly And Senate Appropriations Committees Suspense File Edition
For the date of 4/16 in the Assembly & Senate Committees of Appropriations regarding the voting of items put on the Suspense File (along with votes of the committee members: Ayes-Noes-NVR).

Assembly Committee (18 Members)
Passed
AB-164 w/ Amendments. See post. (18-0-0)
AB-165 w/ Amendments. See post. (17-0-1)
AB-339 (17-1-1)
AB-340 w/ Amendments. See OP (thread does not exist). (16-1-1)
AB-425 (18-0-0)
AB-521 (16-0-2)
AB-879 w/ Amendments. See post. (13-5-0)
Failed
AB-18 (Postponed/2-Year Bill)
AB-688 (Held in Committee)
AB-1064 (Held in Committee)
AB-1121 (Held in Committee)

Senate Committee (6 Members)
Passed:
SB-55 w/ Amendments. See post. (4-2-0)
SB-61 w/ Amendments. See post. (4-2-0)
SB-120 (4-2-0)
SB-172 (4-2-0)
SB-230 (6-0-0)
SB-376 w/ Amendments. See post. (4-2-0)
Failed:
SB-221 (Held in Committee)

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Question for... Librarian? I'm not too familiar with the process in the Suspense file, but from this article it seems when the bills are killed they aren't voted on. So if it's held in committee, then there's no vote, and it's dead? AB-18 (Firearm Excise Tax) on the status shows "postponed", and on the document above it shows "2-year bill". What is a 2-year bill? What does that entail exactly? Wanted to ask before I declare it dead.
I can't find a clear description of how a bill becomes a 2-year bill.

Joint Rule 61 (e) says
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(e) Any bill in the house of origin that is not acted upon during the
odd-numbered year as a result of the deadlines imposed in subdivision
(a) may be acted upon when the Legislature reconvenes after the interim
study joint recess, or at any time the Legislature is recalled from the
interim study joint recess.
so that's one way, but I've seen bills get out of their house of origin and become a 2-year bill.

("interim study joint recess" is Joint Rule 51 (a)(4)
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(4) Interim Study Recess—The Legislature shall be in recess from September 11 until the first Monday in January, except when the first Monday is January 1 or January 1 is a Sunday, in which case, the following Wednesday.
This might be an application of Assembly Rule 78
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78. Whenever a bill has been passed twice on the third reading file
on two successive legislative days, it shall be placed forthwith upon a
special file to be known as the inactive file. A bill also may be placed on
the inactive file at the request of the author.
When a bill has been placed
on the inactive file, it may be returned to the third reading file by request
of the author. Notice of the request to return the bill to the third reading
file shall be published one day in advance in the Assembly File. The bill,
when returned to the third reading file, shall then be placed at the foot of
the third reading file.
Functionally, a 2-year bill is introduced in the first year of a 2-year session (here, 2019 of 2019-2020) and for some reason the author stops it in the first year; it ordinarily cannot be considered again in that first year, but it isn't dead.

I note 'ordinarily' because the Legislature is free to violate its own rules and bring up bills whenever they feel like it.

A bill is dead if the Legislature says it missed a deadline - Joint Rule 61
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Updated the amendments related to each of the suspense file bills that passed with amendments.

And thanks Librarian. So basically if it's held in committee, then it will at least be delayed for a good while, and then if it becomes a 2-year bill, it will be delayed until the second part of the 2 year session.

Thanks again. I appreciate the help.
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So nice all these Dem fascists are gonna blanket-pass another long list of BS mindless dogsh*t anti-rights bills that likely 95% of gun owners will either have no knowledge of or will just ignore.
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What about SB 120? I caught this on the NRA-ILA mailer and don't recall seeing it before:

http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200SB120

The substance of this bill is as follows:

This bill would prohibit a person who is convicted on or after January 1, 2020, of a misdemeanor violation of carrying a concealed firearm, carrying a loaded firearm, or openly carrying an unloaded handgun, from possessing a firearm for a period of 10 years. The bill would make the violation of that prohibition punishable as either a misdemeanor or as a felony. a misdemeanor.

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What about SB 120? I caught this on the NRA-ILA mailer and don't recall seeing it before:
Looks like it was added earlier in this thread, but for whatever reason it wasn't caught by my tracking earlier (before I used keywords for bill tracking).

AB-425 read second time on 5/20. Assembly Rule 69 suspended (I linked the rules a while back). Read third time and amended. See post. Ordered to third reading schedule for 5/21.

AB-1669 read third time and amended on 5/20. See post. Ordered to third reading for 5/21.

SB-701 read third time and passed on the Senate Floor on 5/20. Ordered to Assembly. Read first time in Assembly, held at desk.
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AB-524 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/4.
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AB-339 read third time and passed Assembly Floor (68-1) on 5/22. Ordered to Senate.

AB-521 read third time and passed Assembly Floor (64-3) on 5/22. Ordered to Senate.

AB-603 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/4.

AB-1009 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 5/22.

AB-1297 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 5/22.

AB-1602 referred to Senate Committee on Insurance on 5/22.

SB-61 read third time and passed Senate Floor (27-10) on 5/22. Ordered to Assembly. Read First Time, Held at Desk.

SB-120 read third time and passed Senate Floor (23-10) on 5/22. Ordered to Assembly. Read First Time, Held at Desk.

SB-172 read third time and passed Senate Floor (25-9) on 5/22. Ordered to Assembly. Read First Time, Held at Desk.
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Thank you for the leg work, BeAuMaN.

For redundancy, and completeness, here's a status update of everything that I'm aware of for this Legislative Year:

AB-12: Referred to Coms. on PUB. S. and APPR. (Senate - 04/24/19)
AB-18: In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR. suspense file. In committee: Hearing postponed by committee. (05/16/19)
AB-61: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate. Referred to Coms. on PUB. S. and APPR.
AB-164: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate.
AB-165: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate.
AB-276: Appears dead - hasn't moved from Assembly Com. on PUB. S. In committee: Hearing postponed by committee. (04/02/19)
AB-339: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate. To Com. on RLS. for assignment.
AB-340: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate.
AB-425: Read third time and amended. Ordered to third reading.
AB-521: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate. To Com. on RLS. for assignment.
AB-645: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate. Referred to Com. on PUB. S.
AB-893: From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on PUB. S.
AB-1009: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate. (Ayes 76. Noes 0. Page 1590.) Referred to Com. on PUB. S.
AB-1064: In Assembly APPR. suspense file : Held under submission. (05/16/19)
AB-1121: In Assembly APPR. suspense file : Held under submission.(05/16/19)
AB-1297: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate. (Ayes 48. Noes 21.) Referred to Com. on PUB. S.
AB-1602: Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate. (Ayes 55. Noes 18. Page 1564.) Referred to Com. on INS
AB-1669: Read third time and amended. Ordered to third reading.

SB-55: Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 26. Noes 10.) Ordered to the Assembly.
SB-61: Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 26. Noes 10.) Ordered to the Assembly. In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk. (05/22/19)
SB-120: Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 23. Noes 10.) Ordered to the Assembly. In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk. (05/22/19)
SB-172: Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 25. Noes 9.) Ordered to the Assembly. In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk. (05/22/19)
SB-220: Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 26. Noes 10. Page 918.) Ordered to the Assembly. Referred to Com. on PUB. S. (05/16/19)
SB-701: Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 38. Noes 0.) Ordered to the Assembly. In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk. (05/20/19)

I wonder if our fine governor is going to sign all of these?
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Nice, thanks for that. I'm not sure if that's a complete list but it's pretty damn close. There were some more updates last night, but I didn't get around to posting them at my usual time. but results from last night:

AB-164 read third time and passed Assembly Floor (78-0) on 5/23. Ordered to Senate.

AB-165 read third time and passed Assembly Floor (72-0) on 5/23. Ordered to Senate.

AB-340 read third time and passed Assembly Floor (66-1) on 5/23. Ordered to Senate.


SB-55 read third time and passed Senate Floor (26-10) on 5/23. Ordered to Assembly.

SB-376 read third time and passed Senate Floor (26-9) on 5/23. Ordered to Assembly.



There's also SB-485. I haven't taken a thorough look at it yet, but in the opening explanation it explains it removes the ability of the state to suspend your drivers license for non-vehicle offense, which, among other things, certain firearm offenses would be covered... however the only one I see is concerning minors concealing pistols no longer makes it so they can lose their driver's license (saw that in the Today's Law as Amended tab).

There may be some specific code reference in there that it removes also though.

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Yes. Yes he will. Gavin ain't no Brown.

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AB-392 amended and re-referred to the Assembly Committee on Rules on 5/23. See post. Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Rules on 5/24.

AB-1669 read third time and amended on 5/25. See post. Ordered for third reading on 5/28.
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AB-61 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/18.

AB-392 withdrawn from Assembly Committee on Rules on 5/28. Ordered for Third Reading.

AB-425 read third time w/ added Urgency Clause and passed Assembly Floor (76-0) on 5/28. Ordered to Senate.

AB-645 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/18.

AB-879 read third time and passed Assembly Floor (45-21) on 5/28. Ordered to Senate.

AB-893 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/11.

AB-1669 read third time and passed Assembly Floor (49-22) on 5/28. Ordered to Senate.


SB-230 read third time and passed Senate Floor (38-0) on 5/28. Ordered to Assembly. In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk.

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AB-392 read third time and passed Senate Floor (68-0) on 5/29. Ordered to Senate.

AB-339 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 5/29.

AB-521 referred to Senate Committees on Education and Public Safety on 5/29.
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AB-521 amended and re-referred to Senate Committee on Education on 5/30. See post. Hearing set in Senate Committee on Education for 6/19.

AB-1292 amended and re-referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 5/30. This bill must have been missed earlier. Created a thread for it.

SB-701 hearing set in Assembly Committee on Public Safety for 6/11.

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AB-12 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/18.

AB-339 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/18.

AB-524 hearing postponed in Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/4. Rescheduled for 6/11.

AB-603 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/4.

AB-1009 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/25.

AB-1096 died in Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 6/4. (They cited Joint Rule 62(a). I'm guessing because it's been 15 legislative days since failed passage without reconsideration given, so the bill expires)

AB-1292 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/18.

AB-1297 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 6/25.

AJR-4 hearing postponed in Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/4. Rescheduled for 6/11.

AJR-5 hearing postponed in Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/4. Rescheduled for 6/11.


SB-172 re-referred to Assembly Committees on Public Safety and Human Services on 6/3.

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SB-257 added to tracker (missed it early on). See thread. Currently in Assembly Committee on Public Safety. Amended in committee on 6/4.
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AB-164 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/6. Hearing set for 6/18.

AB-165 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/6. Hearing set for 6/25.

AB-340 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/6.

AB-425 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/6. Hearing set for 6/25.

AB-879 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/6. Hearing set for 6/25.

AB-1669 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/6.



SB-55 hearing set in Assembly Public Safety Committee for 6/25.

SB-61 hearing set in Assembly Public Safety Committee for 6/25.

SB-120 hearing set in Assembly Public Safety Committee for 6/25.

SB-172 hearing set in Assembly Public Safety Committee for 6/25.

SB-376 hearing set in Assembly Public Safety Committee for 6/25.

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AB-340 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 7/2.

AB-392 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 7/2.

AB-524 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/11. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Rules.

AB-893 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/11. Re-referred to Senate committee on Appropriations.

AB-1493 was never added to the thread, but showed up on my tracker. Thread here. Currently in Senate Committee on Public Safety. Amended on 6/11 and re-referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety. Hearing set for 6/18.

AB-1669 hearing set in Senate Committee on Public Safety for 7/2.

AB-1794 was never added to the thread, but showed up on my tracker. Thread here. Currently in Senate Committee on Appropriations. Amended on 6/11 and re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.


SB-61 amended on 6/11. See post. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Public Safety.

SB-220 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 6/11. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.

SB-257 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 6/11. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations Consent Calendar.

SB-376 amended on 6/11. See post. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Public Safety.

SB-701 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 6/11. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Public Safety.

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AB-893 hearing set in Senate Committee on Appropriations for 6/24.

AB-1794 hearing set in Senate Committee on Appropriations for 6/24.


SB-220 hearing set in Assembly Committee on Appropriations for 6/19.

SB-230 hearing set in Assembly Committee on Public Safety for 6/25.

SB-257 hearing set in Assembly Committee on Appropriations Consent Calendar for 6/19.
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AB-12 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/18 as amended. See post. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

AB-61 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/18 as amended. See post. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

AB-164 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/18. Recommended to Consent Calendar. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

AB-339 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/18. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

AB-392 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/18.

AB-645 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/18. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

AB-879 amended on 6/17. See post. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety. Hearing scheduled for 6/25.

AB-1292 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/18. Sent to Consent Calendar.

AB-1493 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 6/18. Recommended to Consent Calendar. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

AB-1602 hearing set in Senate Committee on Insurance for 7/10.

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AB-12 and AB-61 amendments came in. Edited above post with link.

AB-521 passed Senate Committee on Education on 6/19. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety.

AB-524 re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations on 6/19.

AB-1292 read second time on 6/19. Ordered to Consent Calendar. Ordered to third reading. Read third time and amended. See post. Ordered to second reading.


SB-220 passed Assembly Committee on Appropriations on 6/19.

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AB-164 hearing set in Senate Committee on Appropriations for 7/1.

AB-339 hearing set in Senate Committee on Appropriations for 7/1.

AB-521 hearing set in Senate committee on Public Safety for 7/9.

AB-524 hearing set in Senate Committee on Appropriations for 7/1.

AB-645 hearing set in Senate Committee on Appropriations for 7/1.

AB-925 hearing set in Senate Committee on Appropriations for 7/1.

AB-1493 hearing set in Senate Committee on Appropriations for 7/1.

AB-1669 amended on 6/20. See post. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety.


SB-257 hearing set in Assembly Committee on Appropriations for 6/26.

SB-701 hearing set in Assembly Committee on Appropriations for 6/26.
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Interestingly, with only a few exceptions, everything is in the APPR. suspense file in their respective chambers. I imagine that we'll see a blitzkrieg of action on 08-30-2019, which is the last day for fiscal committees to pass and report bills to the floor.

AB-12: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/08/19)
AB-18: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/08/19)
AB-61: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/08/19)
AB-164: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/01/19)
AB-165: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/08/19)
AB-276: Appears dead - hasn't moved from Assembly Com. on PUB. S. In committee: Hearing postponed by committee. (04/02/19)
AB-339: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/01/19)
AB-340: From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 7. Noes 0.) (July 9). Re-referred to Com. on APPR. (07/09/19)
AB-392: In Assembly. Ordered to Engrossing and Enrolling. (07/10/19)
AB-425: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/08/19)
AB-521: From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 5. Noes 1.) (July 9). Re-referred to Com. on APPR. (07/09/19)
AB-524: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/01/19)
AB-645: Read second time. Ordered to third reading. (07/02/19)
_ _ _ _ _From [APPR] committee: Be ordered to second reading pursuant to Senate Rule 28.8. (07/01/19)
AB-879: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/08/19)
AB-893: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (06/24/19)
AB-925: Ordered to third reading. (07/05/19)
_ _ _ _ _From Consent Calendar. (07/05/19)
AB-1009: Read second time. Ordered to third reading. (07/09/19)
_ _ _ _ _ From [APPR.] committee: Be ordered to second reading pursuant to Senate Rule 28.8. (07/08/19)
AB-1064: In Assembly APPR. suspense file : Held under submission. (05/16/19)
AB-1121: In Assembly APPR. suspense file : Held under submission.(05/16/19)
AB-1297: Read second time. Ordered to third reading. (07/03/19)
_ _ _ _ _ From [PUB. S.] committee: Do pass. (Ayes 7. Noes 0.) (July 2). (07/02/19)
AB-1493: In committee: Referred to APPR. suspense file. (07/01/19)
AB-1602: In committee: Set, first hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author. (07/10/19)
AB-1669: From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 5. Noes 2.) (July 9). Re-referred to Com. on APPR. (07/09/19)

SB-55: July 9 set for second hearing canceled at the request of author. (07/09/19) - PUB. S.
SB-61: July 10 set for first hearing. Placed on APPR. suspense file. (07/10/19)
SB-120: July 9 set for second hearing canceled at the request of author. (07/09/19) - PUB. S.
SB-172: From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 6. Noes 2.) (July 2). Re-referred to Com. on APPR. (07/02/19)
SB-220: Read second time. Ordered to third reading. (06/20/19)
SB-257: June 26 set for first hearing. Placed on APPR. suspense file. (06/26/19)
SB-701: In Senate. Ordered to engrossing and enrolling. (07/05/19)
_ _ _ _ _Read third time. Passed. (Ayes 70. Noes 0. Page 2546.) Ordered to the Senate. (07/05/19)

All bill statuses updated - time for a nap.

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We need something that either make people _personally_ responsible, meaning serious jail time to everyone involved in such laws or we need to have a class action for such laws and everyone with a gun or might want to have a gun, can sue as a class, and then the reward should be so large that the entire population wonders why 1/2 of the population are getting millions apiece in the settlments. The idea is that the other half of the population that might support the law, has their pocket book drained and in time, we can conditionallize them to either stop such actions, or, well, they can be very, very poor.
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