Category Archives: Legislative Review

2013 Legislative Review Reports: ACA 9

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

ACA 9 — Restrictive requirements for write in canididates
Analysis This bill raises the petion requirements for write-in candidates in primary elections to unreasonably high levels. In the 2012 elections, there were six congressional or legislative races where incumbants were opposed only by write-in candidates who went on to qualify for the general election. Had this bill been in effect, all six of those races would have seen all opposition locked out by ballot access rules.
RLCCA Position No
Status Failed in Assembly
Aye Nay Abstained
Assembly

Katcho Achadjian

Travis Allen

Frank Bigelow

Wesley Chesbro

Rocky Chávez

Connie Conway

Brian Dahle

Tim Donnelly

Steve Fox

Beth Gaines

Jeff Gorell

Shannon Grove

Curt Hagman

Diane Harkey

Brian Jones

Eric Linder

Dan Logue

Brian Maienschein

Mike Morrell

Brian Nestande

Kristin Olsen

Jim Patterson

Don Wagner

Marie Waldron

Scott Wilk

Luis Alejo

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Richard Bloom

Bob Blumenfield

Raul Bocanegra

Rob Bonta

Steven Bradford

Cheryl Brown

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Ken Cooley

Tom Daly

Roger Dickinson

Susan Eggman

Paul Fong

Jim Frazier

Cristina Garcia

Mike Gatto

Jimmy Gomez

Lorena Gonzalez

Rich Gordon

Adam Gray

Isadore Hall

Roger Hernández

Reggie Jones-Sawyer

Marc Levine

Bonnie Lowenthal

Jose Medina

Holly Mitchell

Kevin Mullin

Al Muratsuchi

Adrin Nazarian

Richard Pan

Henry Perea

John A. Pérez

V. Manuel Pérez

Bill Quirk

Sharon Quirk-Silva

Anthony Rendon

Rudy Salas

Nancy Skinner

Mark Stone

Phil Ting

Shirley Weber

Bob Wieckowski

Das Williams

Mariko Yamada

Susan Bonilla

Chris Holden

Allan Mansoor

Melissa Melendez

2013 Legislative Review Reports: AB 1405

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

AB 1405 — Repeal of Subersive Organization Registration Law
Analysis Current law required “subversive organizations” to register with the California Secretary of State and make regular filings concerning its organization, membership, and activities. This bill repealed the law in its entirety. We support the repeal of this McCarthy-era relic.
RLCCA Position Yes
Status Signed into law
Aye Nay Abstained
Governor

Jerry Brown

Senate

Joel Anderson

Jim Beall

Tom Berryhill

Marty Block

Anthony Cannella

Ellen Corbett

Lou Correa

Mark DeSaulnier

Bill Emmerson

Jean Fuller

Ted Gaines

Cathleen Galgiani

Jerry Hill

Bob Huff

Hannah-Beth Jackson

Steve Knight

Mark Leno

Ted Lieu

Carol Liu

Bill Monning

Jim Nielsen

Alex Padilla

Fran Pavley

Richard Roth

Darrell Steinberg

Norma Torres

Mimi Walters

Rod Wright

Mark Wyland

Ronald Calderon

Noreen Evans

Loni Hancock

Edward Hernandez

Ben Hueso

Ricardo Lara

Kevin De León

Lois Wolk

Leland Yee

Assembly

Katcho Achadjian

Luis Alejo

Travis Allen

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Frank Bigelow

Richard Bloom

Bob Blumenfield

Raul Bocanegra

Susan Bonilla

Steven Bradford

Cheryl Brown

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Wesley Chesbro

Rocky Chávez

Connie Conway

Ken Cooley

Brian Dahle

Tom Daly

Roger Dickinson

Tim Donnelly

Susan Eggman

Paul Fong

Jim Frazier

Beth Gaines

Cristina Garcia

Mike Gatto

Jimmy Gomez

Rich Gordon

Curt Hagman

Isadore Hall

Diane Harkey

Roger Hernández

Brian Jones

Reggie Jones-Sawyer

Marc Levine

Eric Linder

Dan Logue

Bonnie Lowenthal

Brian Maienschein

Allan Mansoor

Jose Medina

Melissa Melendez

Holly Mitchell

Mike Morrell

Kevin Mullin

Al Muratsuchi

Adrin Nazarian

Brian Nestande

Kristin Olsen

Richard Pan

Jim Patterson

Henry Perea

John A. Pérez

V. Manuel Pérez

Bill Quirk

Sharon Quirk-Silva

Anthony Rendon

Rudy Salas

Mark Stone

Phil Ting

Don Wagner

Shirley Weber

Bob Wieckowski

Das Williams

Mariko Yamada

Rob Bonta

Steve Fox

Jeff Gorell

Adam Gray

Shannon Grove

Chris Holden

Nancy Skinner

Marie Waldron

Scott Wilk

2013 Legislative Review Reports: AB 10

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

AB 10 — Increase in minimum wage
Analysis This bill raises the current $8 minimum wage to $9 an hour next July 1 and to $10 on Jan. 1, 2016. The minimum wage kills jobs and makes it harder for people entering and re-entering the labor force to get employers to take a chance on them so they can get the experience they need to qualify for better jobs.
RLCCA Position No
Status Signed into law
Aye Nay Abstained
Governor

Jerry Brown

Senate

Jim Beall

Marty Block

Ronald Calderon

Ellen Corbett

Lou Correa

Mark DeSaulnier

Noreen Evans

Cathleen Galgiani

Loni Hancock

Edward Hernandez

Jerry Hill

Ben Hueso

Hannah-Beth Jackson

Ricardo Lara

Mark Leno

Kevin De León

Ted Lieu

Carol Liu

Bill Monning

Alex Padilla

Fran Pavley

Darrell Steinberg

Norma Torres

Lois Wolk

Rod Wright

Leland Yee

Joel Anderson

Tom Berryhill

Bill Emmerson

Jean Fuller

Ted Gaines

Bob Huff

Steve Knight

Jim Nielsen

Andy Vidak

Mimi Walters

Mark Wyland

Anthony Cannella

Richard Roth

Assembly

Luis Alejo

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Richard Bloom

Raul Bocanegra

Susan Bonilla

Rob Bonta

Steven Bradford

Cheryl Brown

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Wesley Chesbro

Ken Cooley

Tom Daly

Roger Dickinson

Susan Eggman

Paul Fong

Jim Frazier

Cristina Garcia

Mike Gatto

Jimmy Gomez

Lorena Gonzalez

Rich Gordon

Adam Gray

Isadore Hall

Roger Hernández

Chris Holden

Reggie Jones-Sawyer

Marc Levine

Bonnie Lowenthal

Jose Medina

Holly Mitchell

Kevin Mullin

Al Muratsuchi

Adrin Nazarian

Richard Pan

Henry Perea

John A. Pérez

V. Manuel Pérez

Bill Quirk

Sharon Quirk-Silva

Anthony Rendon

Rudy Salas

Nancy Skinner

Mark Stone

Phil Ting

Shirley Weber

Bob Wieckowski

Das Williams

Mariko Yamada

Katcho Achadjian

Travis Allen

Frank Bigelow

Rocky Chávez

Connie Conway

Brian Dahle

Tim Donnelly

Beth Gaines

Jeff Gorell

Shannon Grove

Curt Hagman

Diane Harkey

Brian Jones

Eric Linder

Dan Logue

Brian Maienschein

Allan Mansoor

Melissa Melendez

Mike Morrell

Brian Nestande

Kristin Olsen

Jim Patterson

Don Wagner

Marie Waldron

Scott Wilk

Steve Fox

2013 Legislative Review Reports: AB 667

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

AB 667 — “Permit Streamlining Act” aka Excessive Environmental Impact Reports
Analysis The Permit Streamlining Act within the Planning and Zoning Law requires the lead agency that has the principal responsibility for approving a development project, as defined, to approve or disapprove the project within a specified number of days from the date of certification of an environmental impact report, the date of the adoption of a negative declaration, or the determination by the lead agency that the project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act. This bill would, in addition, require a city, county, or city and county, including a charter city, prior to approving or disapproving a proposed development project that would permit the construction of a superstore retailer, as defined, to cause an economic impact report to be prepared, as specified, to be paid for by the project applicant, and that includes specified assessments and projections, including, among other things, an assessment of the effect that the proposed superstore will have on specified designated economic assistance areas, as defined, and an assessment of the effect that the proposed superstore will have on retail operations and employment in the same market area. The bill would also require the governing body to provide an opportunity for public comment on the economic impact report. By increasing the duties of local public officials, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program. The bill would additionally find and declare that these provisions are an issue of statewide concern and not a municipal affair. The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse local agencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by the state. Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that reimbursement.

At first glance, the Permit Streamlining Act is attractive in that it requires local municipalities to make a decision on a project within a designated time period in order to prevent a long, drawn out process. However, this bill requires an excessive EIR (environmental impact report) in addition to the EIR that the local municipality already requires thereby making it more expensive and difficult for the project to be approved and burdens development even more.

RLCCA Position No
Status Passed Assembly. Died in Senate committee.
Aye Nay Abstained
Assembly

Luis Alejo

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Richard Bloom

Bob Blumenfield

Raul Bocanegra

Susan Bonilla

Rob Bonta

Cheryl Brown

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Roger Dickinson

Paul Fong

Steve Fox

Jim Frazier

Mike Gatto

Jimmy Gomez

Lorena Gonzalez

Rich Gordon

Roger Hernández

Reggie Jones-Sawyer

Bonnie Lowenthal

Holly Mitchell

Kevin Mullin

Al Muratsuchi

Adrin Nazarian

Richard Pan

John A. Pérez

V. Manuel Pérez

Bill Quirk

Sharon Quirk-Silva

Anthony Rendon

Nancy Skinner

Mark Stone

Phil Ting

Shirley Weber

Bob Wieckowski

Das Williams

Mariko Yamada

Katcho Achadjian

Travis Allen

Frank Bigelow

Rocky Chávez

Connie Conway

Ken Cooley

Brian Dahle

Tom Daly

Tim Donnelly

Beth Gaines

Jeff Gorell

Adam Gray

Shannon Grove

Curt Hagman

Diane Harkey

Brian Jones

Marc Levine

Eric Linder

Dan Logue

Brian Maienschein

Allan Mansoor

Melissa Melendez

Mike Morrell

Brian Nestande

Kristin Olsen

Jim Patterson

Henry Perea

Rudy Salas

Don Wagner

Marie Waldron

Scott Wilk

Steven Bradford

Wesley Chesbro

Susan Eggman

Cristina Garcia

Isadore Hall

Chris Holden

Jose Medina

2013 Legislative Review Reports: AB 1323

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

AB 1323 — Temporary ban on fracking
Analysis Hydraulic Fracturing (“fracking”) is a relatively new technique for oil and natural gas extraction, using pressurized fluid injection to break up rock formations so the oil or gas will flow into wells so it can be extracted. The technique is controversial because of environmental concerns (specifically, that the oil or gas, or the extraction liquid, with contaminate groundwater or escape to the surface). These concerns seem to be exaggerated, at least in cases where the fracking is performed responsibly.

Currently law places all oil and gas extraction under state regulation and requires advance regulatory approval for all drilling activities. This bill would amend current law to forbid all fracking in CA unless and until the Division of Oil and Gas creates and puts into effect regulations specifically for fracking.

A ban, even a temporary one, would be overkill given the low level of risk, and the wording of the bill seems designed to push for unreasonably strict regulations based on bad science.

RLCCA Position No
Status Failed in Assembly
Aye Nay Abstained
Assembly

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Richard Bloom

Bob Blumenfield

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Wesley Chesbro

Roger Dickinson

Paul Fong

Mike Gatto

Jimmy Gomez

Rich Gordon

Marc Levine

Bonnie Lowenthal

Holly Mitchell

Al Muratsuchi

Adrin Nazarian

John A. Pérez

Anthony Rendon

Nancy Skinner

Mark Stone

Phil Ting

Das Williams

Mariko Yamada

Katcho Achadjian

Travis Allen

Frank Bigelow

Susan Bonilla

Cheryl Brown

Rocky Chávez

Connie Conway

Brian Dahle

Tom Daly

Tim Donnelly

Susan Eggman

Steve Fox

Jim Frazier

Beth Gaines

Jeff Gorell

Adam Gray

Shannon Grove

Curt Hagman

Diane Harkey

Brian Jones

Eric Linder

Dan Logue

Brian Maienschein

Allan Mansoor

Jose Medina

Melissa Melendez

Mike Morrell

Brian Nestande

Kristin Olsen

Jim Patterson

Henry Perea

V. Manuel Pérez

Rudy Salas

Don Wagner

Marie Waldron

Shirley Weber

Scott Wilk

Luis Alejo

Raul Bocanegra

Rob Bonta

Steven Bradford

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Ken Cooley

Cristina Garcia

Lorena Gonzalez

Isadore Hall

Roger Hernández

Chris Holden

Reggie Jones-Sawyer

Kevin Mullin

Richard Pan

Bill Quirk

Sharon Quirk-Silva

Bob Wieckowski

2013 Legislative Review Reports: AB 978

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

AB 978 — Financial Institutions: Iran Sanctions
Analysis This bill calls for new regulations enforcing the federal policy of economic sanctions against Iran. It is the view of the RLCCA that the State of California should not assist the federal government in imposing restrictions on trade, but should instead leave enforcement to the proper federal agencies.
RLCCA Position No
Status Signed into law
Aye Nay Abstained
Governor

Jerry Brown

Senate

Joel Anderson

Jim Beall

Tom Berryhill

Marty Block

Anthony Cannella

Ellen Corbett

Lou Correa

Mark DeSaulnier

Bill Emmerson

Noreen Evans

Jean Fuller

Ted Gaines

Cathleen Galgiani

Loni Hancock

Jerry Hill

Ben Hueso

Bob Huff

Hannah-Beth Jackson

Steve Knight

Mark Leno

Ted Lieu

Carol Liu

Bill Monning

Jim Nielsen

Alex Padilla

Fran Pavley

Richard Roth

Darrell Steinberg

Norma Torres

Mimi Walters

Lois Wolk

Rod Wright

Mark Wyland

Ronald Calderon

Edward Hernandez

Ricardo Lara

Kevin De León

Leland Yee

Assembly

Katcho Achadjian

Luis Alejo

Travis Allen

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Frank Bigelow

Richard Bloom

Raul Bocanegra

Susan Bonilla

Rob Bonta

Steven Bradford

Cheryl Brown

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Wesley Chesbro

Connie Conway

Ken Cooley

Brian Dahle

Tom Daly

Roger Dickinson

Paul Fong

Steve Fox

Jim Frazier

Beth Gaines

Cristina Garcia

Mike Gatto

Jimmy Gomez

Lorena Gonzalez

Rich Gordon

Jeff Gorell

Adam Gray

Shannon Grove

Curt Hagman

Diane Harkey

Roger Hernández

Chris Holden

Brian Jones

Reggie Jones-Sawyer

Marc Levine

Eric Linder

Dan Logue

Bonnie Lowenthal

Brian Maienschein

Allan Mansoor

Jose Medina

Melissa Melendez

Holly Mitchell

Mike Morrell

Kevin Mullin

Al Muratsuchi

Adrin Nazarian

Brian Nestande

Kristin Olsen

Richard Pan

Jim Patterson

Henry Perea

John A. Pérez

V. Manuel Pérez

Bill Quirk

Sharon Quirk-Silva

Anthony Rendon

Rudy Salas

Nancy Skinner

Mark Stone

Phil Ting

Don Wagner

Marie Waldron

Shirley Weber

Bob Wieckowski

Scott Wilk

Das Williams

Mariko Yamada

Tim Donnelly

Rocky Chávez

Susan Eggman

Isadore Hall

2013 Legislative Review Reports: SB 120

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

SB 120 — Changes to Ban on Liquor Sales near La Sierra Univeristy
Analysis Under existing law, liquor sales were banned near certain categories of institutions (schools, prisons, the State Capitol builing, etc). This bill implements a request by the City of Riverside to reduce the exclusion zone around La Sierra Co from a one-mile radius to a half-mile radius.

The correct policy is to repeal the restrictions entirely, or at least to leave the determination to the appropriate local governments. Piecemeal exceptions to bad policies are decidely sub-optimal, but are at least a step in the right direction.

RLCCA Position Yes
Status Signed into law
Aye Nay Abstained
Governor

Jerry Brown

Senate

Joel Anderson

Jim Beall

Tom Berryhill

Marty Block

Anthony Cannella

Ellen Corbett

Lou Correa

Mark DeSaulnier

Bill Emmerson

Jean Fuller

Ted Gaines

Cathleen Galgiani

Loni Hancock

Edward Hernandez

Jerry Hill

Ben Hueso

Bob Huff

Hannah-Beth Jackson

Steve Knight

Ricardo Lara

Mark Leno

Kevin De León

Ted Lieu

Carol Liu

Bill Monning

Jim Nielsen

Alex Padilla

Fran Pavley

Curren Price

Richard Roth

Darrell Steinberg

Mimi Walters

Lois Wolk

Rod Wright

Mark Wyland

Leland Yee

Ronald Calderon

Noreen Evans

Assembly

Katcho Achadjian

Luis Alejo

Travis Allen

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Frank Bigelow

Richard Bloom

Bob Blumenfield

Raul Bocanegra

Susan Bonilla

Rob Bonta

Steven Bradford

Cheryl Brown

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Wesley Chesbro

Rocky Chávez

Connie Conway

Ken Cooley

Brian Dahle

Tom Daly

Roger Dickinson

Tim Donnelly

Susan Eggman

Paul Fong

Steve Fox

Jim Frazier

Beth Gaines

Cristina Garcia

Mike Gatto

Jimmy Gomez

Lorena Gonzalez

Rich Gordon

Jeff Gorell

Adam Gray

Shannon Grove

Curt Hagman

Isadore Hall

Diane Harkey

Roger Hernández

Chris Holden

Brian Jones

Reggie Jones-Sawyer

Marc Levine

Eric Linder

Dan Logue

Bonnie Lowenthal

Brian Maienschein

Allan Mansoor

Jose Medina

Melissa Melendez

Holly Mitchell

Mike Morrell

Kevin Mullin

Al Muratsuchi

Adrin Nazarian

Brian Nestande

Kristin Olsen

Richard Pan

Jim Patterson

Henry Perea

John A. Pérez

V. Manuel Pérez

Bill Quirk

Sharon Quirk-Silva

Anthony Rendon

Rudy Salas

Nancy Skinner

Mark Stone

Phil Ting

Don Wagner

Marie Waldron

Shirley Weber

Bob Wieckowski

Scott Wilk

Das Williams

Mariko Yamada

2013 Legislative Review Reports: SB 261

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

SB 261 — Administrative penalties for fraudulent use of contractor’s license
Analysis Existing law provides for civil penalties for licensed contractors who violate the state license law, administrative penalties (loss of license, etc) for contractors who help unlicensed people evade license law, civil penalties for the aforementioned unlicensed evaders, and criminal penalties for wilfully misrepresenting oneself as a licensed contractor. This bill adds unspecified administrative penalties to the civil and criminal penalties under current law, which we view useless at best and an attempt to evade due process requirements at worst.
RLCCA Position No
Status Signed into law
Aye Nay Abstained
Governor

Jerry Brown

Senate

Joel Anderson

Jim Beall

Tom Berryhill

Marty Block

Ronald Calderon

Anthony Cannella

Ellen Corbett

Lou Correa

Mark DeSaulnier

Bill Emmerson

Noreen Evans

Jean Fuller

Ted Gaines

Cathleen Galgiani

Loni Hancock

Edward Hernandez

Jerry Hill

Ben Hueso

Bob Huff

Hannah-Beth Jackson

Steve Knight

Ricardo Lara

Mark Leno

Kevin De León

Ted Lieu

Bill Monning

Jim Nielsen

Alex Padilla

Fran Pavley

Curren Price

Richard Roth

Darrell Steinberg

Mimi Walters

Lois Wolk

Rod Wright

Mark Wyland

Leland Yee

Carol Liu

Assembly

Katcho Achadjian

Luis Alejo

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Frank Bigelow

Richard Bloom

Raul Bocanegra

Susan Bonilla

Rob Bonta

Steven Bradford

Cheryl Brown

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Wesley Chesbro

Connie Conway

Ken Cooley

Brian Dahle

Tom Daly

Roger Dickinson

Susan Eggman

Paul Fong

Steve Fox

Jim Frazier

Beth Gaines

Cristina Garcia

Mike Gatto

Jimmy Gomez

Lorena Gonzalez

Rich Gordon

Jeff Gorell

Adam Gray

Shannon Grove

Curt Hagman

Isadore Hall

Diane Harkey

Roger Hernández

Chris Holden

Brian Jones

Reggie Jones-Sawyer

Marc Levine

Eric Linder

Dan Logue

Bonnie Lowenthal

Brian Maienschein

Allan Mansoor

Jose Medina

Melissa Melendez

Holly Mitchell

Kevin Mullin

Al Muratsuchi

Adrin Nazarian

Brian Nestande

Kristin Olsen

Richard Pan

Jim Patterson

Henry Perea

John A. Pérez

V. Manuel Pérez

Bill Quirk

Sharon Quirk-Silva

Anthony Rendon

Rudy Salas

Nancy Skinner

Mark Stone

Phil Ting

Don Wagner

Marie Waldron

Shirley Weber

Bob Wieckowski

Scott Wilk

Das Williams

Mariko Yamada

Travis Allen

Tim Donnelly

Mike Morrell

Rocky Chávez

2013 Legislative Review Reports: AB 180

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

AB 180 — Oakland only gun control
Analysis This bill would create special exceptions allowing the City of Oakland to pass gun control measures significantly more restrictive than the statewide standard. In our view, the statewide rules are already too restrictive, and setting special rules city-by-city raises the risk of otherwise law-abiding citizens becoming accidental criminals when they cross city limits.
RLCCA Position No
Status Vetoed
Aye Nay Abstained
Governor

Jerry Brown

Senate

Jim Beall

Marty Block

Ronald Calderon

Ellen Corbett

Lou Correa

Mark DeSaulnier

Noreen Evans

Loni Hancock

Edward Hernandez

Jerry Hill

Ben Hueso

Kevin De León

Ted Lieu

Carol Liu

Bill Monning

Fran Pavley

Richard Roth

Norma Torres

Lois Wolk

Rod Wright

Leland Yee

Joel Anderson

Tom Berryhill

Anthony Cannella

Jean Fuller

Ted Gaines

Bob Huff

Steve Knight

Jim Nielsen

Andy Vidak

Mimi Walters

Mark Wyland

Bill Emmerson

Cathleen Galgiani

Hannah-Beth Jackson

Ricardo Lara

Mark Leno

Alex Padilla

Darrell Steinberg

Assembly

Luis Alejo

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Richard Bloom

Bob Blumenfield

Raul Bocanegra

Susan Bonilla

Rob Bonta

Steven Bradford

Cheryl Brown

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Wesley Chesbro

Ken Cooley

Tom Daly

Roger Dickinson

Paul Fong

Cristina Garcia

Mike Gatto

Jimmy Gomez

Lorena Gonzalez

Isadore Hall

Roger Hernández

Reggie Jones-Sawyer

Marc Levine

Bonnie Lowenthal

Jose Medina

Holly Mitchell

Kevin Mullin

Al Muratsuchi

Adrin Nazarian

Richard Pan

Henry Perea

John A. Pérez

V. Manuel Pérez

Bill Quirk

Anthony Rendon

Nancy Skinner

Mark Stone

Phil Ting

Shirley Weber

Bob Wieckowski

Das Williams

Mariko Yamada

Katcho Achadjian

Travis Allen

Frank Bigelow

Rocky Chávez

Connie Conway

Brian Dahle

Tim Donnelly

Steve Fox

Beth Gaines

Jeff Gorell

Adam Gray

Shannon Grove

Curt Hagman

Diane Harkey

Brian Jones

Eric Linder

Dan Logue

Brian Maienschein

Allan Mansoor

Melissa Melendez

Mike Morrell

Brian Nestande

Kristin Olsen

Jim Patterson

Sharon Quirk-Silva

Rudy Salas

Don Wagner

Marie Waldron

Scott Wilk

Susan Eggman

Jim Frazier

Rich Gordon

Chris Holden

2013 Legislative Review Reports: SB 363

The RLCCA adopts positions on a number of bills each legislative session for the purpose of holding our elected representatives in Sacramento accountable. This post is part of a series showing how our positions compare to those of various elected officials.

If you would like to call a bill to our attention for rating in the current legislative review session, please comment on this post or send an email to contact@rlcca.org.

SB 363 — Requirement to secure firearms if residing with person prohibited from owning a firearm
Analysis This bill provides that any person who owns or possesses any firearm and resides with an individual who he/she knows is prohibited from possessing, receiving, owning, or purchasing a firearm be required to secure the firearm within a locked container, as defined, and store the firearm in a manner that the individual may not gain access to the firearm.
RLCCA Position No
Status Signed into law
Aye Nay Abstained
Governor

Jerry Brown

Senate

Joel Anderson

Jim Beall

Tom Berryhill

Marty Block

Ronald Calderon

Anthony Cannella

Ellen Corbett

Lou Correa

Mark DeSaulnier

Bill Emmerson

Noreen Evans

Jean Fuller

Ted Gaines

Cathleen Galgiani

Loni Hancock

Edward Hernandez

Jerry Hill

Ben Hueso

Bob Huff

Hannah-Beth Jackson

Steve Knight

Ricardo Lara

Mark Leno

Kevin De León

Ted Lieu

Carol Liu

Bill Monning

Jim Nielsen

Fran Pavley

Richard Roth

Darrell Steinberg

Norma Torres

Andy Vidak

Mimi Walters

Lois Wolk

Rod Wright

Mark Wyland

Leland Yee

Alex Padilla

Assembly

Katcho Achadjian

Luis Alejo

Tom Ammiano

Toni Atkins

Richard Bloom

Raul Bocanegra

Susan Bonilla

Rob Bonta

Steven Bradford

Cheryl Brown

Joan Buchanan

Ian Calderon

Nora Campos

Ed Chau

Wesley Chesbro

Rocky Chávez

Connie Conway

Tom Daly

Roger Dickinson

Susan Eggman

Paul Fong

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