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50 Shooter
August 2, 2004, 01:16 PM
AB50 is going to voted on in the Sen. App. Com. on 08/04/04, if your thinking about getting a .50 sometime in the future make some calls.

Here's a link to all of the members in the committee.
http://www.nramemberscouncils.com/legs/senapprops.shtml

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Jim March
August 2, 2004, 01:50 PM
Here's the good news: look at how much crapola that committee is dealing with on that date:

http://www.assembly.ca.gov/committee_hearings/stand_comm_hearing.asp

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BILLS HEARD IN SIGN-IN ORDER

Measure: Author: Summary:

A.C.R. No. 235 Vargas. Clean schoolbuses.

S.B. No. 30 Figueroa. Home improvement contracts.

S.B. No. 50 Sher. Solid waste: hazardous electronic waste.

S.B. No. 58 Johnson. Police reports: confidentiality. (Urgency)

S.B. No. 76 Denham. Education finance: average daily attendance:
apportionments.

S.B. No. 87 Hollingsworth. State Highway Route 79. (Urgency)

S.B. No. 117 Machado. Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal
and Beach Protection Act of 2002.

S.B. No. 136 Figueroa. Professions and commissions. (Urgency)

S.B. No. 301 Alarcon. Commission on Latino/Latina Affairs.

S.B. No. 379 Ortiz. Statewide health planning and development: hospi-
tals: charity care and reduced payment pol applications.

S.B. No. 419 Scott. Medical waste: containment.

S.B. No. 429 Torlakson. Energy resources: petroleum infrastructure
projects: permits: process.

S.B. No. 446 Machado. Community release: local law enforcement
costs: reimbursement.

S.B. No. 449 Escutia. Wards: education.

S.B. No. 471 Vasconcellos. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.

S.B. No. 492 Ducheny. Housing: funds.

S.B. No. 493 Cedillo. Hazardous substances: cleanup loans.

S.B. No. 512 Figueroa. Marine resources: Pacific Fishery Management
Council: Marine managed areas: state water quality protec-
tion areas.

S.B. No. 519 Vasconcellos. Nonviolent drug possession: parole.

S.B. No. 557 Kuehl. Forest practices: timber products excise tax.

S.B. No. 558 Ducheny. Local residential zoning: vacant land.

S.B. No. 559 Ortiz. Hazardous substances: Brownfield Cleanup and
Redevelopment Act.

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Measure: Author: Summary:

S.B. No. 568 Sher. Environmental protection: external scientific peer
reviewers.

S.B. No. 574 Alpert. Workers' compensation.

S.B. No. 635 Dunn. Emergency medical services.

S.B. No. 646 Sher. Solid waste.

S.B. No. 659 Soto. Public Utilities Commission: rehearings and judi-
cial review.

S.B. No. 699 Sher. Local planning agencies: duties.

S.B. No. 703 Florez. Crimes: grand theft: diesel fuel.

S.B. No. 722 McPherson. School performance.

S.B. No. 754 Perata. Heritage trees.

S.B. No. 764 Morrow. Property tax: veterans' exemptions. (Tax Levy)

S.B. No. 779 Speier. Dietary supplements: manufacturers and distribu-
tors: adverse event reports.

S.B. No. 785 Ortiz. Medi-Cal: managed health care plan option.

S.B. No. 792 Sher. State parks: Martini Creek Bypass.

S.B. No. 805 Escutia. Hazardous substances: brownfields.

S.B. No. 855 Machado. Community care facilities: crisis nurseries.

S.B. No. 858 Ortiz. State Department of Public Health.

S.B. No. 888 Dunn. Employment: homeland security.

S.B. No. 922 Soto. Perchlorate: information.

S.B. No. 924 Karnette. Global Gateways Development Council.

S.B. No. 928 Aanestad. Dentistry licensure.

S.B. No. 942 Sher. Hazardous waste: report.

S.B. No. 978 Torlakson. State parks: John Marsh Home.

S.B. No. 1056 Alarcon. Development projects: superstore retailers.

S.B. No. 1087 Soto. Highways: Safe Routes to School construction pro-
gram.

S.B. No. 1089 Johnson. State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund.

S.B. No. 1090 Dunn. Manufactured homes and mobilehomes.

S.B. No. 1135 Chesbro. Motor carriers: limitation of access: exemption.

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Measure: Author: Summary:

S.B. No. 1144 Burton. Public contracts: prescription drugs.

S.B. No. 1147 Hollingsworth. Disaster relief. (Tax Levy)

S.B. No. 1149 Ortiz. Dangerous drugs: Canadian pharmacies: foreign
suppliers.

S.B. No. 1152 Scott. Ammunition.

S.B. No. 1155 Machado. Water quality standards: Sacramento-San Joa-
quin Delta.

S.B. No. 1161 Alpert. California Reading and Literacy Improvement and
Public Library Construction and Renovation Bond Actof
2006.

S.B. No. 1164 Romero. Media access to prisoners.

S.B. No. 1166 Chesbro. Pest control: Pierce's disease.

S.B. No. 1173 Ortiz. Tobacco products: self-service display.

S.B. No. 1176 Dunn. Mobilehome parks.

S.B. No. 1178 Kuehl. Dependent children: parenting.

S.B. No. 1180 Figueroa. Mercury lamp recycling.

S.B. No. 1193 Soto. Military service: California National Guard Surviv-
ing Spouses and Children Relief Act of 2004.

S.B. No. 1196 Cedillo. Health care applications.

S.B. No. 1212 Ducheny. Local government finance.

S.B. No. 1214 Kuehl. Salton Sea Restoration: restoration study.

S.B. No. 1227 Soto. Horse racing: fairs: allocation of racing dates.

S.B. No. 1228 Perata. Disaster relief: owner-occupied dwellings.

S.B. No. 1233 Committee on Transportation. Transportation.

S.B. No. 1245 Kuehl. California State University: Entry-Level Master's
Nursing Programs Act.

S.B. No. 1248 Bowen. Statewide Registry: trustees.

S.B. No. 1259 Murray. Public resources: Baldwin Hills Conservancy:
property acquisition: appraisals.

S.B. No. 1269 Morrow. Traffic violators: Judicial Council report.

S.B. No. 1273 Scott. Insurance: misrepresentations.

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Measure: Author: Summary:

S.B. No. 1276 Bowen. Telecommunications: telephone service rates.

S.B. No. 1280 Ortiz. Flood damage reduction: American River wa-
tershed.

S.B. No. 1307 Figueroa. Wholesalers and manufacturers of dangerous
drugs and devices.

S.B. No. 1309 Karnette. Adult education: funding.

S.B. No. 1323 Ortiz. Homeowners' insurance: prohibited actions.

S.B. No. 1325 Kuehl. Hospitals: physicians and surgeons: self-gover-
nance.

S.B. No. 1331 Alpert. Postsecondary education accountability: Califor-
nia Postsecondary Education Accountability Act of 2004.

S.B. No. 1333 Perata. Prescription drug reimbursement: pharmacy pur-
chases from Canadian sources: Medi-Cal: AIDS Drug As-
sistance program.

S.B. No. 1334 Kuehl. Oak woodlands conservation: environmental
quality.

S.B. No. 1336 Burton. Oral and maxillofacial surgery.

S.B. No. 1342 Speier. Inspector General.

S.B. No. 1343 Escutia. Child care: Infant and Toddler Care Master Plan.

S.B. No. 1344 Margett. Insurance: fraud: records.

S.B. No. 1349 Ortiz. Health care coverage: quality improvement and cost
containment.

S.B. No. 1351 Soto. Political Reform Act of 1974: local government
agency officials: conflicts of interest.

S.B. No. 1352 Romero. Inspector General: Youth and Adult Correction-
al Agency.

S.B. No. 1359 Brulte. Medi-Cal: notices.

S.B. No. 1360 Brulte. Rewards for information: health services: Medi-
Cal.

S.B. No. 1363 Ducheny. Hotel and motel rates: natural disasters.

S.B. No. 1365 Chesbro. Preventing unnecessary institutionalization.

S.B. No. 1376 Perata. Voting systems.

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Measure: Author: Summary:

S.B. No. 1384 Scott. Pupil assessment data: electronic resources. (Ur-
gency)

S.B. No. 1388 Ortiz. Criminal history information.

S.B. No. 1397 Escutia. Air pollution: South Coast Air Quality Manage-
ment District: emissions of air contaminants: locomotives
and rail yards.

S.B. No. 1399 Vasconcellos. Prisoners: rehabilitation.

S.B. No. 1400 Romero. Corrections: Internal Affairs.

S.B. No. 1405 Karnette. Public schools: basic instructional materials.

S.B. No. 1415 Brulte. Postsecondary education: Donahoe Higher
Education Act: common course numbering system.

S.B. No. 1419 Vasconcellos. School accountability: Opportunity for
Teaching and Learning index.

S.B. No. 1421 Vasconcellos. High school diploma: parenting education.

S.B. No. 1423 Brulte. Charter schools: Riverside Unified School District
charter high school.

S.B. No. 1426 Ducheny. Department of Corrections: drug utilization.

S.B. No. 1429 Denham. Traffic collision: fatality: testing.

S.B. No. 1439 Speier. Public employees' retirement: state retired annu-
itants.

S.B. No. 1442 Ducheny. Education finance: Joint Commission on Adult
Education.

S.B. No. 1444 Speier. Dietary supplements: steroid hormone precursors.

S.B. No. 1446 Escutia. Environmental health data tracking.

S.B. No. 1453 Figueroa. Employment: offshoring.

S.B. No. 1458 Johnson. Political Reform Act of 1974.

S.B. No. 1459 Alpert. Fishing: trawl nets.

S.B. No. 1462 Kuehl. Military readiness activities: special use airspace.

S.B. No. 1463 Scott. Education finance.

S.B. No. 1475 Vasconcellos. Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Preven-
tion and Prosecution Coordinating Council.

S.B. No. 1478 Sher. Renewable energy.

S.B. No. 1479 Sher. California regional water quality control boards:
membership.

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Measure: Author: Summary:

S.B. No. 1480 Sher. Harbors and navigation: tugboat escorts.

S.B. No. 1487 Speier. Health facilities: hospital-acquired infection.

S.B. No. 1488 Bowen. Public Utilities Commission: public information.

S.B. No. 1499 Murray. Employment: compensation.

S.B. No. 1506 Murray. Internet piracy.

S.B. No. 1510 Alpert. Education finance: categorical education program
reform.

S.B. No. 1522 Vasconcellos. Parole.

S.B. No. 1538 Alarcon. Compensation: meal and rest periods.

S.B. No. 1540 Margett. Hospitals: reduction or elimination of emergen-
cy medical services: notice.

S.B. No. 1541 Margett. Vehicles: motor vehicle speed contest: punish-
ment.

S.B. No. 1542 Figueroa. Bureau of Automotive Repair.

S.B. No. 1543 Figueroa. California Board of Accountancy.

S.B. No. 1544 Figueroa. Private postsecondary education: Private Post-
secondary and Vocational Education Reform Act of 1989.

S.B. No. 1545 Figueroa. State Athletic Commission.

S.B. No. 1546 Figueroa. Dentistry.

S.B. No. 1547 Figueroa. Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.

S.B. No. 1548 Figueroa. Veterinary medicine.

S.B. No. 1549 Figueroa. Professions and vocations.

S.B. No. 1559 Bowen. Streamlined sales and use tax agreement.

S.B. No. 1565 Bowen. State Energy Resources Conservation and Devel-
opment Commission: strategic plan.

S.B. No. 1568 Sher. San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development
Commission.

S.B. No. 1577 Committee on Elections and Reapportionment. Elections:
voting.

S.B. No. 1585 Speier. Food safety.

S.B. No. 1587 Ashburn. State agencies.

S.B. No. 1590 Dunn. Public records: personal information.

S.B. No. 1597 Karnette. State agencies: statutes and regulations.

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Measure: Author: Summary:

S.B. No. 1608 Karnette. Corrections: prisoners: foreign nationals.

S.B. No. 1617 Ducheny. Charter schools: average daily attendance.

S.B. No. 1645 Escutia. Economic impact aid.

S.B. No. 1648 Chesbro. Forest resources.

S.B. No. 1650 Chesbro. Pest control: Pierce's disease. (Urgency)

S.B. No. 1652 Murray. Residential solar energy systems.

S.B. No. 1657 Scott. Child care: reporting.

S.B. No. 1660 Poochigian. Prisons: worktime credit. (Urgency)

S.B. No. 1662 Soto. Residential care facilities for the elderly: rates.

S.B. No. 1671 Vasconcellos. Health care: Medicare and Medi-Cal.

S.B. No. 1676 Romero. Prisoners.

S.B. No. 1689 Poochigian. Settlements: Armenian genocide.

S.B. No. 1694 Torlakson. Driving under the influence: sanction.

S.B. No. 1696 Torlakson. Vehicles: driving under the influence: license
restriction.

S.B. No. 1703 Alarcon. California certified green business program.

S.B. No. 1730 Johnson. Primary elections.

S.B. No. 1731 Romero. Corrections: investigations: disclosure.

S.B. No. 1742 McPherson. Oil spills.

S.B. No. 1745 Perata. Mental health rehabilitation centers.

S.B. No. 1749 Karnette. Plastic bags: labeling.

S.B. No. 1768 Romero. Peace officers.

S.B. No. 1782 Aanestad. Medical crimes: investigation and prosecution.

S.B. No. 1785 Scott. Public postsecondary education: dual admission
programs.

S.B. No. 1792 Ashburn. Medi-Cal: pharmacy services: reimbursement.

S.B. No. 1794 Perata. Criminal procedure: competency.

S.B. No. 1795 Alarcon. Pupil preparation.

S.B. No. 1796 Committee on Public Safety. Public safety: omnibus bill.

S.B. No. 1797 Committee on Public Safety. Public safety: omnibus bill.

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Measure: Author: Summary:

S.B. No. 1798 Torlakson. Physical education.

S.B. No. 1802 McPherson. Supplemental instruction.

S.B. No. 1808 Committee on Local Government. Booking fees. (Urgen-
cy)

S.B. No. 1817 Scott. Higher education governance: community col-
leges.

S.B. No. 1818 Hollingsworth. Density bonuses.

S.B. No. 1819 Ashburn. Mental health and developmental services: con-
fidential information.

S.B. No. 1820 Machado. Land conservation contracts.

S.B. No. 1824 Ducheny. Clinics: licensure.

S.B. No. 1831 Cedillo. Property tax administration.

S.B. No. 1845 Perata. Adult day health care.

S.B. No. 1849 Karnette. Political Reform Act of 1974.

S.B. No. 1850 Machado. Medi-Cal.

S.B. No. 1851 Bowen. State buildings and publicly funded schools: stan-
dards.

S.B. No. 1855 Alpert. Homeowners' insurance: liability limits: disclo-
sure.

S.B. No. 1860 Bowen. Community-based foster care pilot program.

S.B. No. 1865 Aanestad. Dentists: licensing examinations.

S.B. No. 1873 Burton. Treasure Island Public Trust Exchange Act.

S.B. No. 1886 Committee on Environmental Quality. Solid waste: in-
corporated cities.

S.B. No. 1887 Sher. Hazardous substances: removal or remedial actions:
site assessment grant program.

S.B. No. 1889 Committee on Environmental Quality. Environmental
protection: actions against a public agency.

S.B. No. 1897 Burton. Child care reform.

S.B. No. 1901 Alarcon. Safety in employment: grape tasting.

S.B. No. 1903 Florez. Unemployment compensation benefits: locked
out workers.

S.B. No. 1914 Committee on Business and Professions. Contractors:
landscape architects: court reporters: geologists.

50 Shooter
August 2, 2004, 01:54 PM
Great, hope that doesn't mean that we'll get treated to more backroom politiks that the Public Safety Committee gave us! Amazing how they passed it without letting any arguements be heard.:banghead:

Drjones
August 2, 2004, 02:05 PM
Bump.

CALL, PEOPLE! CALL!!!!!!

Drjones
August 2, 2004, 07:34 PM
BUMP!

I'm half way through the list as I type this!!!

CALL PEOPLE....CALL!!!!!

Drjones
August 2, 2004, 07:39 PM
Just finished calling ALL of them! :)

The gentleman at Sen. Poochigian's office was particularly polite and told me that the Senator is likely inclined to vote against the bill. YAY!!

Standing Wolf
August 2, 2004, 11:10 PM
Say, aren't those the evil wicked terrorist sniper weapons that can knock airplanes out of the sky from twelve miles, or something?

I'm sure I'll always miss the temperate climate and beaches.

ClonaKilty
August 3, 2004, 10:42 AM
S.B. No. 754 Perata. Heritage trees.

What exactly are "heritage trees?" Only Perata could have the complete lack of shame needed to waste public time with something as useless as this.

Drjones
August 3, 2004, 02:19 PM
Bump.

CALL, PEOPLE, CALL!!!

50 Shooter
August 3, 2004, 04:32 PM
Here's the link if you want to listen to it tomorrow, http://www.senate.ca.gov/htbin/testbin/noframe_raudio it has a link to watch it also.

Keep calling, thanks.

Jim March
August 3, 2004, 05:01 PM
Heh. You'll see me :).

50 Shooter
August 3, 2004, 05:39 PM
Wish I could be there with you Jim. Just made another round of calls, sounds like they're getting tired of hearing about it.

Keep calling people!;)

Reno
August 4, 2004, 03:56 AM
Any progress made with those calls?

50 Shooter
August 4, 2004, 11:32 AM
Won't know until later today, hopefully they did and AB50 will DIE!

I sent letters out when they backroomed us last time, amazing how I only got letters back from Republicans! My Assembly woman want's to come out to the range and checkout .50's. She's pro gun, was even in the local paper shooting with a group of women. :)

All we can do is to keep writing and calling, hopefully Jim and the others that go to Sac. and speak with them will do the trick.

Drjones
August 4, 2004, 11:46 AM
Bump.

I'm about to call again!!!

50 Shooter
August 4, 2004, 04:33 PM
Thanks to everyone that made calls, AB50 has been put into the "suspend" file. We'll just have to keep an eye on it for the next few weeks to make sure the author doesn't try any tricks at the last moment. Let's hope it's dead this time for sure.

Jim March
August 4, 2004, 08:59 PM
Ya, it's not "dead" yet but it's been wounded!

:)

50 Shooter
August 4, 2004, 09:10 PM
Just found out that it's gonna be heard again on the 12th! All I want to hear is that it FAILED! I'm sick of this and the author.

Guess it's back to the fax and phone, keep calling everyone.

50 Shooter
August 10, 2004, 02:14 PM
BTT

Keep calling, this is coming up for a second vote on the 12th. TIA

Drjones
August 10, 2004, 02:25 PM
I called everyone the first time, I'm going to call them again!!!!!!

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