SB 120 Update
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SB 120 Update

SB 120 Update

Yesterday, SB 120 was considered on the floor of the California Assembly and passed by a majority of voting members.

Following the Assembly vote, because it is a “gut-and-amend”  of a previously approved Senate bill, SB 120 was returned to the Senate for consideration.  According to legislative procedural rules, we expect the bill to be referred to a Committee today.

Opposition to SB 120, and its predecessor AB 1000, includes 70 organizations in the labor, business, civic, government and water communities.  More information about SB 120 is available atwww.protectwaterandjobs.com and http://www.leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180SB120 .

 

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