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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Appropriations
Local program
Urgency
Tax levy
Majority
No
No
No
No

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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Sacramento Bee, July 8, 2016
California voters will face the potentially daunting prospect of researching competing arguments behind 17 measures on the Nov. 8 statewide ballot.Top elected officials have an even tougher task because they also must consider all of the political ramifications of staking out positions on the variety of measures. Fear of crossing a powerful institutional ally has led many over the years to keep ...

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AroundTheCapitol.com - The Roundup, July 1, 2016
This year's November ballot will have more than enough measures on it to keep voters occupied at the booths[1]. Don't forget to stretch your fingers.   John Myers with L.A. Times reports:"California elections officials announced Thursday that 17 measures have earned a spot on the Nov. 8 statewide ballot, a bumper crop of voter choices ranging from marijuana legalization to ...

California's new child vaccination rule takes effect Friday
Sacramento Bee, June 30, 2016
Parents: its time to get your kids their shots. Californias vaccine law takes full effect Friday, prohibiting school authorities from admitting new students or advancing students to seventh grade unless they have been properly vaccinated or have a valid medical excuse.The requirement stems from Senate Bill 277, last years controversial law that eliminated religious and personal belief exemptions ...

California Editorial Roundup
Sacramento Bee, Jan. 27, 2016
Jan. 25Porterville Recorder on Gov. Brown's State of the State speech:Gov. Jerry Brown's State of the State address Thursday will likely be more remembered for what he did not say, rather than for what he said.The Democratic governor gave his 14th such address and while he again spoke of holding state spending in check and preparing for a rainy day, the governor did not mention the drought or the ...

New 2016 California laws take effect: What you need to know
KABC, Jan. 1, 2016
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- As Southern Californians ringed in the new year, they also ringed in a new set of laws.SB 491 will make it illegal to wear earbuds or headsets in both ears while driving a vehicle or riding a bicycle.Riders on electric skateboards must be 16 years or older, wear helmets and ride on roads with a speed limit[1] of 35 mph or less. Under AB 604, it will also be against the law ...

New California Laws
Santa Barbara Independent, Jan. 1, 2016
The New Year marks not only the beginning or boycotting of 2016 resolutions. On January 1, the 807 bills Governor Jerry Brown this year signed into existence will also go into effect. From hoverboards to high school health class to gun control, here are some of the most interesting newlaws: ElectricBikes Thanks to the CHP, electric bikes have been divided into three classes based on their ...

20 California laws that go into effect in 2016
San Francisco Chronicle, Jan. 1, 2016
Photo: Steven Senne, Associated Press Minimum wage workers get a boost starting Jan. 1 when their pay rate goes up from $9 to $10 an hour. Minimum wage workers get a boost starting Jan. 1 when their pay rate goes up from $9 to $10 an hour. Photo: Steven Senne, Associated Press Thanks in part to a suit filed by a former Oakland Raiders cheerleader, AB 202 will require professional sports teams ...

New laws: Everything from cheerleaders to vaccines
Orange County Register - Opinion, Jan. 1, 2016
Father Times flip to a Jan. 1 calendar page again brings numerous new California laws into effect, most of them increasing the size and power of a government already too big. Senate Bill 277 ended exemptions based on personal belief from mandatory vaccination for schoolchildren. A 2014 measles scare starting at Disneyland raised the issue. We dont have a problem with the vaccines, but object to ...

New laws: Everything from cheerleaders to vaccines
Orange County Register - Editorial, Jan. 1, 2016
Father Times flip to a Jan. 1 calendar page again brings numerous new California laws into effect, most of them increasing the size and power of a government already too big. Senate Bill 277 ended exemptions based on personal belief from mandatory vaccination for schoolchildren. A 2014 measles scare starting at Disneyland raised the issue. We dont have a problem with the vaccines, but object to ...

New laws to have wide-ranging impact on life in California
San Francisco Chronicle, Dec. 31, 2015
More renewable power, equal pay for women, and restrictions on police searches of cell phones, computers and electronic data highlight a list of new California laws for the new year. Gov. Jerry Brown[1] signed 808 bills in 2015, more than 120 fewer than in 2014. While most of the new laws take effect on New Years Day, 92 were passed as urgency measures, which means they became law as soon as ...



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