2011-2012 1st extraordinary session

SBx1 27 ( Yee )

Public postsecondary education: executive officer compensation.

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Status:
Amended Senate Aug. 30, 2011
Died  
Location:
Senate Committee Sen Rules
Scheduled hearings:
None
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Bill history [ Beta! ]

Location: Senate Committee Sen Rules Sen Rules
Sept. 10, 2011
From committee without further action.
Aug. 30, 2011
From committee with author's amendments. Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on RLS.
 Version: Amended Senate
Aug. 17, 2011
Introduced. Read first time. Referred to Com. on RLS.
 Version: Introduced
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California Editorial Roundup
Sacramento Bee, Aug. 21, 2015
Aug. 16The San Diego Union Tribune on education reform:For observers of California's public schools who look past the normal narratives and distractions, something bordering on despair is in order.Consider the legislation now advancing in Sacramento to gut the Stull Act, the 1971 law mandating that student performance be a factor in teacher evaluations. Sen. Carol Liu, D-La Canada Flintridge, and ...

Medical, labor groups spend to fight Pan recall
Sacramento Bee, Aug. 19, 2015
Medical and labor groups have poured tens of thousands of dollars into fighting the recall of a state senator [1]who carried Californias controversial vaccination bill.Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, a pediatrician by training, reaped significant support from unions and medical organizations during an enormously expensive Senate run last year. Those groups have come to Pans defense as he faces a ...

Internal Affairs: Fodder for both sides on pension reform measure
Contra Costa Times - Politics, Aug. 1, 2015
California's nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office last week released its review of the public pension reform initiative proposed by former San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed and former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio -- and what that review says seems to depend on your point of view.The 11-page document ends with a summary predicting "significant effects -- savings and costs -- on state and ...

Internal Affairs: Fodder for both sides on pension reform measure
San Jose Mercury News, Aug. 1, 2015
California's nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office last week released its review of the public pension reform initiative proposed by former San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed and former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio -- and what that review says seems to depend on your point of view.The 11-page document ends with a summary predicting "significant effects -- savings and costs -- on state and ...

California Editorial Roundup
Sacramento Bee, July 1, 2015
June 26San Jose Mercury News on solitary confinement for juveniles:Solitary confinement as a punishment in prison may not always be "cruel and unusual" in the Constitutional sense. But for youth in detention facilities, it is cruel by any human definition. And while it's banned or seriously limited for youth in many states, in California, unfortunately, it is not at all unusual.These are troubled ...

AM Alert: Vaccine vigil continues after SB 277 fight ends
Sacramento Bee, June 30, 2015
Despite Gov. Jerry Browns approval[1] of Senate Bill 277, the mandatory vaccination bill, the dust remains somewhat unsettled on the issue. A Voice for Choice, a leading group opposed to the measure, is continuing its vigil outside the Capitol today, now determined to show opponents arent going away, according to organizer Christina Hildebrand.Hildebrand says the group is considering litigation ...

Governor signs mandatory vaccine bill
Business Journal - Sacramento, June 30, 2015
Tom Starkweather | Bloomberg "The science is clear," wrote Gov. Jerry Brown in statement approving a law for mandatory more[1] Gov. Jerry Brown has approved mandatory vaccines for most children in California.[2] The science is clear, Brown wrote in a signing message[3] Tuesday While its true that no medical intervention is without risk, the evidence shows that immunization powerfully benefits ...

‹Legislature passes vaccine bill to governor
Business Journal - Sacramento, June 29, 2015
Dennis McCoy | Sacramento Business Journal Sen. Richard Pan, a Sacramento Democrat, says businesses should care about Senate Bill more[1] A pioneering and emotionally charged bill to require vaccinations for nearly all children has advanced to Gov. Jerry Brown following a Senate vote Monday.[2] The bill is not only important for children and schools, but also the economy, supporters contend. ...

AM Alert: 7-year-old Leukemia survivor at Capitol for vaccine bill
Sacramento Bee, June 23, 2015
Seven-year-old Leukemia survivor and vaccinations advocate Rhett Krawitt will head to the Capitol today. Krawitt has over 30,000 signatures on an online petition in favor of passing Senate Bill 277, which scraps the religious and personal belief exemption for vaccinations. His petition will head to the governor after a 10 a.m. press conference with Assemblyman Marc Levine (D-San Rafael). Krawitt ...

Court kills Sodomite Suppression Act*
AroundTheCapitol.com - The Roundup, June 23, 2015
A Sacramento Superior Court has ruled that Attorney General Kamala Harris does not need to advance the “Sodomite Suppression Act,[1]” a proposed ballot initiative that would mandate the execution of homosexuals.  Jeremy White, Sacramento Bee:   “Saying she did not want to be ‘in the position of giving any legitimacy’ to the initiative, Harris asked to be ...



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