Action #1 – UPDATE! Ask the Governor to sign AB 342 – “No New Oil Leases Act.” Oil pumps coming to a neighborhood near you!
- AB 342 Public lands” leasing: oil and gas: prohibition APPROVED BY THE GOVERNOR.
On Friday, while we were tranfixed by the political soap opera which is now our presidency, the Trump administration announced it would make 725,000 acres in California’s central coast open to oil and gas lease sales, ending a five-year moratorium. The BLM, ignoring 400 public comments and scientific research to facilitate the administration’s “energy dominion” policy, is now putting both the land, wildlife and people in Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Merced, Monterey, San Benito, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and Stanislaus Counties at increased risk of toxic pollution.
The BLM is also looking closer to home with a proposal to conduct new oil and gas development on 1.6 million acres of public land in an area which covers Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Tulare and Ventura counties, includes about 400,000 acres of public land and 1.2 million acres of federal mineral estate, according to the report.
Let’s make this as hard as possible. State lawmakers passed AB 342 to deter companies from drilling on federal land. The bill would prohibit the construction of new oil and gas infrastructure on state land if it is being built to support production of oil and natural gas upon protected federal lands and is sitting on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk since 9/12.
Action #2 – Stop being such babies, CA legislature. OVERRIDE NEWSOM’s veto of SB-1!
Continue reading “Wed. – Sun 10/13: The Governor’s deadline to sign laws is THIS SUNDAY! (4) HUGE actions! – UPDATED” →
In a time when titles of bills are masterpieces of deception, knowing who’s funding any political message is key. Even the lowly text, sneaking a message right into our pockets or purses, should not be exempt. Call your own state senator and also call Senator Leyva’s office and leave this message…
Minimal script: I’m calling as a member of the CA Indivisible Coalition and I want Sen. [___] to put transparency first and vote “YES on AB 201.
- Senator Connie Leyva’s office at (916) 651-4020
- State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (SD-19): SAC (916) 651-4019, SB (805) 965-0862, OX (805)988-1940 email (Not your people?: findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov.)
Continue reading “Wed 9/11: FAST ACTION!!! Integrity in elections starts at home with AB 201! Call Senator Leyva now!” →
(graph from LA Times article here.)
Action #1 – “YES” on AB 893 – Stop gun shows at the Del Mar Fairgrounds
AB 893 – “22nd District Agricultural Association: firearm and ammunition sales at the Del Mar Fairgrounds” would, on and after January 1, 2021, prohibit the sale of firearms and ammunition at the Del Mar Fairgrounds property located in the 22nd District Agricultural Association, as specified, and would thereby make a violation of that prohibition a misdemeanor. The bill would exclude from its provisions a gun buyback event held by a law enforcement agency. (Assemblymember Gloria)
Action #2 – “YES” on AB 201 – “YES” on requiring funder information on all political text messages
Vote YES on AB 201, the Text DISCLOSE Act which requires text message ads to disclose who paid for them. (Cervantes-Mullin)
Minimal script for your State Senator: I’m calling from [zip code] and I want Senator [___] to vote “YES” on both AB 893 and AB 201. It’s time for stop our public property to be used for gun shows and it’s also time that funding for all political messages, from whatever media, is no longer a secret from voters.
State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (SD-19): SAC (916) 651-4019, SB (805) 965-0862, OX (805)988-1940 email
Not your people?: findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov.
Continue reading “Thurs -9/5: CA – Time to drive some bills home! Today’s menu – Gun shows, political funding transparency and vaccine exemption fraud.” →