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Capitol Democrats Refuse to Hold Fentanyl Traffickers Accountable
Californians have been killed by fentanyl since January 2023
*Estimation is based off of the California Department of Public Health Fentanyl-Related Deaths in 2021
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Lawmakers Introduce Constitutional Amendment to Pass “Alexandra’s Law,” Hold Fentanyl Dealers Accountable
Convicted dealers would receive a warning at sentencing that if they continue selling poison and cause a death, they can be charged with murder. SACRAMENTO – Today, state lawmakers, law enforcement officials, local leaders and family members of fentanyl victims announced...
***MEDIA ADVISORY*** Law Enforcement, Local Elected Officials, and Lawmakers to Announce Taking Fentanyl Crisis Legislation to the Voters
Initiative Will Let the Voters Speak on How to Combat Fentanyl Crisis SACRAMENTO – Law enforcement, local elected officials, and lawmakers will join together at the State Capitol to announce a state constitutional amendment that will take Alexandra's Law to California voters and let them...
House of Origin Wrap-Up: The Good 👍 The Bad 👎 & the Ugly
The “House of Origin” deadline, when all Assembly bills have to be passed on to the Senate or wait until next year, is in the books. For Californians wondering what the Legislature would do to bring down costs, promote public safety,...
Democrats ❤️ Gun Crime
“Guns are bad, unless you commit a violent crime with one” is an interesting message. SACRAMENTO – Today, ahead of National Gun Violence Prevention Day, Democrats sided with violent criminals by refusing to back harsher penalties for committing a crime with...
Landmark Bill to Address California’s Most Pressing Issue Passes Assembly
SACRAMENTO – Today, Assembly Democrats took bold action to address one of the most pressing issues facing California. We’re talking, of course, about the scourge of paper receipts. With today’s landmark vote, California is one step closer to a better future where consumers...
Gallagher Responds to Assembly Passage of Fentanyl Bills
SACRAMENTO - Today, Assembly Republican Leader James Gallagher (Yuba City) issued the following statement on the Assembly’s passage of a series of bills to address the fentanyl crisis: “Today was a step in the right direction that would not have happened...
Fentanyl Hearing Wrap-Up: Republicans, Law Enforcement & Victim Advocates Want Comprehensive Solution While Democrats Miss Half The Picture
SACRAMENTO – At today’s joint hearing on the fentanyl crisis, Democrats doubled down on their stubborn refusal to hold fentanyl traffickers accountable. Despite calls from Republicans, law enforcement and family members of fentanyl victims for a comprehensive solution that addresses...
- An end run for fentanyl
California Takes On Candy Makers With Bill Opponents Call the ‘Skittles Ban’
Fentanyl bills advance at the California Legislature, but divisions on approach remain
California lawmaker who’s an addiction doctor has a dire warning on ‘tranq’
- Fentanyl hearing shows continued fracture in California over penalizing dealers
- California lawmakers to hold hearing on government response to fentanyl
- May Revise reactions
- CA lawmakers approve help for hospitals, farm worker union bill changes and other budget action
- California braces for national impact to state budget issues
California’s legislature is considering forcing autonomous trucks to have human operators on board
Californians are dying from fentanyl. Can lawmakers save lives without a new ‘war on drugs’?
After Historic Year of Environmental Laws, California Wants to Go Further
Sacramento Snapshot: Fate of fentanyl bills wavers in legislature
- CA Assembly GOP Scores Win Against Dems Attempting to Kill Bills That Would Punish Fentanyl Dealers
Assembly Public Safety committee faces pressure for blocking fentanyl, rape and other crime bills
Gov. Newsom Brags that Rest of Country Wants His Gas Tax Scheme
Bill requiring California schools to tell parents if child is transgender won’t get a hearing
- President Biden approves Major Disaster Declaration for California
California may end travel ban to states with anti-LGBTQ laws
Calif. Considers New Limits on Police Facial Recognition Tech
- Educators Call for More Fentanyl Prevention in California Schools