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CALIFORNIA DOES IT ALL FOR YOU, Part 2

Approving Consensual Sexual Involvement for 12 Year Olds

 
CALIFORNIA RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE, INC.
2977 YGNACIO VALLEY RD 243
WALNUT CREEK, CA  94598
(925) 899-3064
 

5/14/18 Walnut Creek, Ca.  Continuing the report on the Mental Health bills.  Most of these also passed the first house on a unanimous vote meaning that both the Democrats and the Republicans believe that they are the only sane people in the state.

  • AB 3189. Jim Cooper, (D-Elk Grove) Treatment for Intimate Partner Violence
  • Sponsored by the California Association of Safe Sex Examiners – CALSAFE.
  • Passed Assembly floor vote 51/17 (finally some legislators stood up and said “NO”). ­­ to violent sexual practices involving children.
  • Assigned to the Senate Judiciary Committee. No date set for hearing.
  • This bill is authorizing minors to become involved in voluntary and consensual sexual relationships.  If they are giving authority for a minor to consent to treatment for injuries occurred during this relationship then they have already conceded that minors, beginning at age 12,  can freely give consent to becoming sexually involved without parental or legal guardian consent.
  • Senator John M. W. Moorlach (R) [Vice-Chair]916-651-4113
  • AB2316, Susan Eggman, (D-Modesto) Mental Health: County Patients’ Rights Advocates.  Co-sponsor- Advocacy for Health and Social Justice. Requires training materials to be developed for and displayed on local websites and for the county to keep records of all this. BILL IS AWAITING A COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENT IN THE SENATE. Call your state Senator and urge that he vote “NO” on this bill when it comes to his committee or the floor.
  • AB2420. Sharon Quirk-Silva, (D-Buena Park) Workforce development: Soft-Skills Training.  Soft-skills is another way to say Social/Emotional Counseling. This is for new employees to evaluate their ability to work in groups and In cooperative situations. In other words, getting along and cooperating is worth more than hard work and intelligence.
  • Passed the Assembly Unanimously. Awaiting assignment in Senate. Call your state Senator urge that this bill not get out of committee
  • SB1026, Hannah Beth Jackson, (D-Sta Barbara) Older Adults and Persons With Disabilities.  Basically a Transportation bill.
  • Sponsored by a local Santa Barbara Neighborhood association called SMOOTH. Deals with evaluating the living conditions for senior citizens and advising repairs, replacements, etc. In order to avoid falls and injuries..  There are no details in the bill but it appears to be Sen Jackson doing a favor for a friend.
  • AB2691, Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer, Trauma Informed Schools Initiative
  • Requires the development within the Department of Education of a Trauma Informed Schools Initiative to address adverse childhood experiences.
  • In the Assembly Appropriations Committee, on Suspense. Also will be required to obtain data on trauma history to be included with medical records.

POPULATION CONTROL IN THE ZOO.

The television program entitled “60 Minutes” presented a program on on a recent broadcast about how zoos handle the zoo population problems with animals. It can be seen on YouTube;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srrAwP1z6oQ.

 I would encourage you to watch this program to gain an accurate picture of the technological sophistication developed to breed superior animals and planned out on computers, while limiting their numbers. Many animals are placed on birth control bills of the same type as humans are prescribed, in some herds with a forecast for incestuous co-habitation, some animals are castrated while in others animals with seeming aggressive natures are killed while the public is invited to watch.

This is technocracy over the animal world.  One has to wonder if this isn’t the experimental for a sophisticated control of the human population somewhere down the road. Even the language that the zoo officials used to describe their activities is a duplication of the death with dignity crowd and the palliative care people along with that of the Planned Parenthood groups.

CALIFORNIA DOES IT ALL FOR YOU

CALIFORNIA RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE. INC.
2977 Ygnacio Valley Rd 243
Walnut Creek, Ca  94598(925) 8993064
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Camille Giglio

Walnut Creek, Ca  5/12/18. Please consider calling the numbers provided and registering your disapproval of the bills reported on

Gov. Jerry Brown has just released the proposed new budget for 2018-19 containing several million in new monies to expand and improve job potentials, better education, health care ,etc.

One of the concerns that the Governor and the legislators have for California citizens, concerns their mental health.

The state is finally utilizing the authority it grabbed in a 2004 Prop 63 program of reducing the mental health problems of the citizens.

Prop 63 requires a new 1% tax on incomes over $1M. It began collecting this tax in 2004-5 with $254M in new money incurring large increases yearly .

Prop 63 contained 6 promises to the citizens comprising a reduction in negative experiences of the social emotional kind for California’s traumatized citizens: 

AB 2691 by Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer creates the Trauma Informed Schools Initiative within the Dept of Education. It further, mandates that every school, including charters and private schools develop local connections for dealing with the mental health problems of school children.

This will fulfill the promises made in Prop 63, according to press releases.  The problem of suicide will  be greatly reduced by expanding mental health counseling to, eventually, all citizens.

The six (6) areas to be considered the most urgent are:

  1. Incarcerations
  2. School Dropout
  3. Unemployment
  4. Prolonged suffering
  5. Homelessness
  6. Removal of Children from their homes.

AB 2315, Pupil Health: Mental Health Services: Telehealth.

This is Asm Sharon Quirk-Silva’s idea for solving student mental health problems by offering mental health counseling on campuses and on the phone, on campuses

This bill is in the Assembly Appropriations Committee’s suspense file. It apparently carries too much money to approve before the budget is approved.

Matthew Harper, (R), has two bills almost identical.

AB2390, Pupil Safety: Identification Cards: Suicide Prevention with two co-authors, Nazarian (D) and Mathis(R)

This bill has been re-referred to the Assembly Appropriations Committee.

It would require that suicide prevention phone numbers be included on pupil ID cards.

AB2391, Student Health: Suicide Prevention Telephone Numbers.  This bill has 5 co-sponsors (one Democrat, Adrin Nazarian, (Van Nuys) and though almost identical to the AB2390, it has passed to the second House awaiting assignment to a committee.

SB 972, Anthony Portantino and 8 co-sponsors, Pupil and Student Health: ID Cards: Suicide Hotline. It also has passed its first house after only one committee hearing and a floor vote (36-0 with 3 Republicans “Not Voting”).

It is now in both Assembly Education and Asm Appropriations.

Education Comm.  916-319-2087

Assembly Member Patrick O’Donnell (D) [Chair]
Assembly Member Kevin Kiley (R) [Vice-Chair]

Assembly Appropriations: 916-319-2081

Assembly Member Lorena S. Gonzalez Fletcher (D) [Chair]
Assembly Member Frank E. Bigelow (R) [Vice-Chair]

Our next report will outline the plans of the Compassion and Choices crowds to help us “shuffle off this mortal coil.”  Hamlet soliloquy, To Be Or Not To Be.

So, what does all this mean for the children of California’s schools?

The schools are now officially acting in-lieu of parents forming our children into the appropriated trained, complaisant global citizen which means very little formal academic education but they sure feel good about themselves.

California’s Students are receiving

  1. Sexual instruction from Planned Parenthood
  2. Mental health counseling from the former paperback book readers of “I’m Ok, You’re Ok
  3. Their nutrition for breakfast and lunch is being planned by environmentally, and nutritionally balanced earth loving acolytes
  4. Their character (Moral values and perspectives on life in general) is being developed humanists.
  5. Their understanding of our form of Government and our Constitution is being formed by far left political progressives.

CALIFORNIA RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE, 2977 YGNACIO VALLEY RD 243, WALNUT CREEK, CA 94598. 925-899-3064


 
 
Take away God, all respect for civil laws, all regard for even the most necessary institutions disappears; justice is scouted; the very liberty that belongs to the law of nature is trodden underfoot; and men go so far as to destroy the very structure of the family, which is the first and firmest foundation of the social structure.
- St. Pius X, Jucunda Sane, March 12, 1904