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Legislative

Reports

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LEGISLATIVE REPORT FOR 3-13-06
March 13th 2006 @ 3:47 pm

STATE LEGISLATION

AB 654-California Compassionate Choices Act. Patty Berg (D) - OPPOSE

Enacts the California Compassionate Choices Act. Authorizes an adult who meets certain qualifications, and who had been determined by his or her attending physician to be suffering from a terminal disease, to make a request for medication for the purpose of ending his or her life in a humane and dignified manner. Provides immunity from civil or criminal liability or professional disciplinary action for participating in good faith compliance with the act.
This bill seems to just be languishing in committee with no one taking any apparent interest in moving it along. The concern is that the author may try to bring it up at any time without alerting anyone. This is not a usual procedure for the state legislature, but anything goes these days. Please continue to remind your legislators that they should vote NO if this bill comes before them.

AB 2721-Office of Intellectual Property.: Gene Mullin (D-S.F.) - OPPOSE
Includes results of embryonic stem cell research.
Establishes the Office of Intellectual Property in the Department of General Services to be responsible for tracking intellectual property generated by state employees and by state funded research, monitor how the intellectual property is used, review royalty revenue collection and management reports, develop a database to track intellectual property, establish and update guidelines, develop an outreach campaign informing state agencies of their rights and abilities.

AB 2141 - Family Planning: Parent-Child Communication Assistance , Dave Jones (D-Sacramento) OPPOSE. Possible spot bill. Language very general and ambiguous. No indication in the bill of how this would be carried out. Appears to be trying to make parents the mouth pieces for Planned Parenthoods agenda.

Establishes the Parent-Child Communication Assistance Program within the Office of Family Planning, with the goal of decreasing teenage pregnancies through programs that equip parents with the knowledge, understanding, and communication skills necessary to talk to their children about making responsible decisions regarding at-risk behavior.

STATUS: To ASSEMBLY Committee on HEALTH.

CA AB 2742 -Family Planning: Medi-Cal: Family Planning Program, Pedro Nava, (D-Sta Barbara OPPOSE

This appears to be part of a continuing attempt to assist Planned Parenthood by providing it with only one funding source to ease their bookkeeping a nd lump all programs into one big tax funded program making it harder to determine where the money went and who spent it on what.

Makes legislative findings and declarations regarding family planning services. Requires that family planning services and practice standards applicable to the Medi-Cal program be identical to those required pursuant to the Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment (PACT) program. Requires the Office of Family Planning to establish standards and policies for clinical practice, quality assurance, and evaluation of the provision of family planning services.

STATUS: INTRODUCED. Not yet assigned to a committee.

AB 2512 -Unborn Fetal Pain Awareness Act, 2006, Sharon Runner, (R-Lancaster) SUPPORT.
Provides some idea of humane treatment of preborn baby before third trimester abortion.
Condemned prisoners are protected from the pain of capitol punishment but babies are not.

Enacts the Unborn Child Pain Awareness Act of 2006. Requires the physician performing an abortion to offer to the pregnant woman information and counseling on fetal pain. Requires a related brochure and a waiver form. Requires the Medical Board to adopt regulations for revocation or suspension of medical licenses for violation of these provisions. Authorizes civil actions for damages.

STATUS: INTRODUCED. Not yet assigned.
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GAY LOBBY IN STATE LEGISLATURE.
Gay Lobby

There is no Right to Life Lobby in the state legislature, but there is a Gay Lobby. This group of five legislators, Sheila Kuehl, (D- Sta Monica),, , Mark Leno, (D-S.F), Jackie Goldberg, (D-L.A.), and Christine Kehoe, (D-San Diego) John Laird, (D- Sta Cruz) are supporting and/or authoring 10 bills promoted by organization called Equality California.

Their bills affect the social, educational, housing health and work areas of every day life.
Here are the ones receiving the most attention and most opposition from the pro family organizations.
AB 606 Lloyd Levine, Safe Schools: Discrimination and Harassment. Places emphasis on training students to be non prejudicial and non-biased regarding gender issues.
AB 1207 Lelend Yee, Code of Fair Campaign Practices. Silences freedom of speech for candidates regarding gender issues/
AB 2800 John Laird, Housing Discrimination. Makes certain changes to the Fair Employment and Housing Act in regard to housing and sexual orientation.
AB2920 mark Leno. Seniors. Makes changes to the Older Americans Act by changing the definition of Greatest social need.
sb1441, Sheila Kuehl, Discrimination: State Programs and Activities. Adds sexual orientation to the 1990 Americans With Disabilities Act.
Relates to existing law which prohibits adopting textbooks or other instructional materials that contain any matter that reflects adversely upon specified persons. Revises the list of characteristics included in these provisions to include race or ethnicity, gender, disability, nationality, sexual orientation, and religion.
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FEDERAL LEGISLATION.
HR 2207, Steny Hoyer, (D-Md) Grants for Full Service Community Schools. OPPOSE
For purposes of this Act, the term `full-service community school’ means a public elementary or secondary school that–

(1) participates in a community-based effort to coordinate educational, developmental, family, health, and other comprehensive services through community-based organizations and public and private partnerships; and

(2) provides access to such services to students, families, and the community.
Companion bill, S.986, Ben Nelson (D-Ne)

This is yet another attempt to make the school the site for delivery of total social, health and work related services for the community. It closely adheres to the plans for Smart Growth (government planned) communities.

Several bills regarding family planning funding and merging of Planned Parenthood type agendas into one funding stream along with forcing pharmacists to fill RU 486 prescriptions are still on the books. since last year.
Bills move through committees in the Congress differently than they do in the state legislature. We will keep you informed of any changes in these bills as any actions occur.

HR552 Cong. Duncan Hunter, (R-San Diego) The Right to Life Act of 2005. Establishes the protection of the right to life for all born and preborn human beings. SUPPORT.

This bill was introduced on 2/2/05. It has gained 85 co-sponsors. Only California Congressmen John Doolittle, of Sacramento and Gary Miller of Brea have signed on, however.

ACTION REQUESTED: Contact your Congress member and request that he/she become a co-signer on this bill. Legislators will be back in the state beginning March 20 for one week. THIS IS THE TIME TO CONTACT YOUR CONGRESSMAN.

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Prepared by California Right to Life Committee, Inc,
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-Camille
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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