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November 14th 2011 @ 8:44 am

by Camille Giglio. 11/13/2011

Here is a listing of the actual carry-over health related bills that I wrote about in my last legislative alert analysis. Between now and January some of these bills will be amended, some will retain their current language. They all need to receive letters from you expressing your position if the children and dependent adults are to receive any type of protection.

AB 491 Anthony Portantino. HIV Testing. Currently in the Senate Health Committee.

Asserts that no written informed consent is required to consent to an HIV test. Also declared that it is Califoronia’s intent to test 550,000 California residents for HIV as required to meet the requirements of the federal health care mandates.
Adds the term “HIV Counselor” to the list of persons approved to administer the tests.
The question must be asked and answered as to whether those to be targeted for testing will be grade and high school students? Whether they will be tested during school time and without parental consent.

AB 792, Susan Bonilla, Health Care Coverage: Health Benefit Exchange.

Health Benefit Exchanges are a requirement of the federal Affordable Care Act. It contains certain mandates to which states must conform in order to receive the federal tax dollars. This mandates access and disclosure of information on health care coverage through the Exchange by a wide variety of government agencies, insurers, employers, with a filing of a petition for dissolution of marriage, adoption, etc.
Should someone withdraw from or fail to renew their health coverage with a certain agency they will be automatically assigned to a government stipulated insurer.

AB 714 is a companion bill by Assemblywoman Toni Atkins (author of AB 499) with the same title but specifically covers cancer treatments and screenings and brings in the Family PACT program. Family PACT stands for Family Planning Access and Care. This group, government created, is filled with abortion contraception providers and this bill allows them to be opted-out of providing information to other inquiring agencies.

AB 479 by Asm Brian Nestande, In-Home Supportive Services Program.

This remains a very sketchy, spot-type bill leading one to worry as to what it will turn into. It merely suggests that it should implement reforms to the IHSS - In-home Supportive Services for the elderly and shut-in.

Nestande was formerly an aide to Congressman Sonny Bono and his wife, Mary. They were not known for their conservative or family oriented values. Their daughter, Chastity is now Mr. Chas Bono.

AB916, V.Manuel Perez, Health: Underserved Communities.

This bill is similar to to another bill that would have established Promoters, basically health care salesmen and organizers within immigrant communities. This bill would establish Task Force on the Health care Needs of Farm workers to develop a comprehensive agenda of programs and public policy initiatives designed to address the health care needs of farm workers. In other words, an advocacy committee to sign up unsuspecting families as consumers of government health care with all its anti-family programs of abortion and, especially family planning.

AB 1118, John Perez, Pupil Instruction: Health Education Organ and Tissue. Assembly Appropriatios Committee.
Mandates that the Education department establish a health framework education component instructing 9th and 10th graders in the benefits of organ and tissue donation. This is sort of an encouragement to accept the principle that the parts are greater (worth more) than the whole. An organization entitled Donate Life is the sponsor. Twenty-one other organ donation organizations are in support. There is no listed opposition.

Related legislation is AB 739 by Bonnie Lowenthal and Julia Brownley to include Suicide Prevention in the instructional school programs grades 7-12. Can you imagine 5 years of instruction in not killing yourself? How depressing can that be?

AB 1217, Felipe Fuentes, Assisted Reproduction. Senate Judiciary Committee.

This bill is very murky. Its sponsor is one Andrew Vorzimer, attorney for Reproductive assisted births. He writes a blog entitled The Spin Doctor and is an activist advocate for homosexual adoptions. He is also, through this bill, endorsing assisted reproduction whereby the male who donates the sperm is legally declared the father while his “spouse” could be declared the mother.

SB 135. Ed Hernandez, Hospice Facilities. Senate Appropriations Committee.

Though lengthy, this congregate living care facility type bill is vague. It appears to be coordinating and consolidating licensing and regulations for hospice type facilities.
Ron Panzer of Hospice Patients Alliance expressed concern over the lack of definition of what patients can be housed in the same facility. Will the terminally ill (near death) patients be housed with the merely disabled?

This type bill is enthusiastically promoted by Compassion in Choices type organizations - formerly known as death and dying programs.

Please write letters of opposition to either the committee in which the bill is being held or to the author of the legislation. Every letter can be sent to the same address: C/o State Capitol, Sacramento, Ca 95814.

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