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Dec 22, 2016

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Friday, December 23, or Monday, December 26.

NEWS CONFERENCES, BRIEFINGS, AVAILABILITIES, ETC.

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and others announce “new collaborative partnership between the City and County to provide additional relief for homeless during the winter.” 9 a.m., Southside Park Pool House, 2115 6th St. Contact: Kelly Fong Rivas 916 917 8039.

Also listed: Sacramento County Supervisors Phil Serna and Patrick Kennedy; Sacramento City Councilmembers Steve Hansen and Jeff Harris; Sacramento City Manager Howard Chan; Sacramento County CEO Nav Gill; Steve Cantelme, Chief of Sacramento County Office of Emergency Services; Steve Winton, Sac Police Lieutenant, OES.

THE LEGISLATURE

Senate, Assembly — Recess

Reconvenes Wednesday January 4, 2017.

California Channel Tentative Programming

  • 1 a.m.

    Assembly Informational Hearing on Older Foster Care (5.19.16)

  • 6 a.m.

    Road to Recovery

  • 7 a.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 8 a.m.

    Charter California Edition

    • Guests: Long Beach City Prosecutor D. Haubert; Long Beach Cncl. Jeannine Pearce; San Gabriel Valley MWD Pres. T. Wong (900LB)
  • 8:30 a.m.

    The Maddy Report 606: CA Climate Change Legislation

  • 9 a.m.

    Senate Misuse of Pyschotropic Drugs in Foster Care (9.26.16)

  • 1 p.m.

    Assembly Informational Hearing on Understanding the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain (10.31.16)

  • 6 p.m.

    Road To Recovery

  • 7 p.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 8 p.m.

    Charter California Edition

    • Guests: Long Beach City Prosecutor D. Haubert; Long Beach Cncl. Jeannine Pearce; San Gabriel Valley MWD Pres. T. Wong (900LB)
  • 8:30 p.m.

    The Maddy Report 606: CA Climate Change Legislation

  • 9 p.m.

    Senate Misuse of Pyschotropic Drugs in Foster Care (9.26.16)

THE GOVERNOR

Nothing public announced as of 5:20 a.m. Contact: 916 445 4571.

KEEPING UP

Sen. Nancy Skinner has announced hiring Chris Martin as her scheduler. Martin most recently worked as a scheduler for former Asm. Mike Gatto. Contact: Martin, chris.martin@sen.ca.gov.


Asm. Randy Voepel reports having hired Lily Movsisyan as legislative director and Carli Olson as scheduler/legislative aide. Previously Movsisyan was a legislative assistant for former Asm. Don Wagner and Olson worked for Uber in its Santa Monica office. Contact: Mason Herron, mason.herron@asm.ca.gov.


Asm. Sharon Quirk-Silva has announced hiring John Scribner as her chief of staff. Scribner was most recently chief of staff for Asm. Jimmy Gomez, with whom he has worked for the past four years. Scribner previously worked for former legislators Gloria Negrete McLeod and Lou Correa. Contact: Scribner, john.scribner@asm.ca.gov.


Pro Tem Kevin de León has announced leadership roles for the 2017-2018 Legislative Session including Sen. Bill Monning as Majority Leader. Sen. Nancy Skinner will serve as Majority Whip to replace former Sen. Lois Wolk, who termed out. Sens. Connie Leyva and Mike McGuire will reprise their roles as Democratic Caucus Chair and Vice Chair respectively. De Leon has also announced his nominees for Senate committee chairs and members, who will be formally approved by the Senate Rules Committee when it convenes on January 11. The full list is below. Contact: Anthony Reyes 916 651 4024.

  • AgricultureCathleen Galgiani (Chair), Scott Wilk (Vice Chair), Tom BerryhillBill Dodd and Richard Pan
  • AppropriationsRicardo Lara (Chair), Patricia Bates (Vice Chair), Jim BeallSteve BradfordJerry Hill, Jim Nielsen and Scott Wiener
  • Banking and Financial InstitutionsBill Dodd (Chair), Andy Vidak (Vice Chair), Cathleen GalgianiBen HuesoRicardo Lara, Mike Morrell and Anthony Portantino
  • Budget and Fiscal ReviewHolly Mitchell (Chair), Jim Nielsen (Vice Chair), Ben AllenJoel AndersonJim BeallSteve Glazer, Mike McGuire, Tony MendozaBill MonningJohn MoorlachJanet NguyenRichard Pan, Anthony PortantinoRichard RothNancy SkinnerJeff Stone and Bob Wieckowski
  • Budget Subcommittee No. 1 on Education: Anthony Portantino (Chair), Ben Allen and John Moorlach
  • Budget Subcommittee No. 2 on Resources, Environmental Protection, Energy and Transportation: Bob Wieckowski (Chair), Mike McGuire, Tony Mendoza and Jim Nielsen
  • Budget Subcommittee No. 3 on Health and Human Services: Richard Pan (Chair), Bill Monning and Jeff Stone
  • Budget Subcommittee No. 4 on State Administration and General Government: Richard Roth (Chair), Steve Glazer and Janet Nguyen
  • Budget Subcommittee No. 5 on Corrections, Public Safety and the Judiciary: Nancy Skinner (Chair), Jim Beall and Joel Anderson
  • Business, Professions and Economic Development: Jerry Hill (Chair), Patricia Bates (Vice Chair), Bill DoddCathleen GalgianiSteve GlazerEd HernandezJosh NewmanRichard Pan and Scott Wilk
  • Education: Ben Allen (Chair), Scott Wilk (Vice Chair), Cathleen GalgianiConnie LeyvaTony MendozaRichard Pan and Andy Vidak
  • Elections and Constitutional Amendments: Henry Stern (Chair), Joel Anderson (Vice Chair), Ben Allen, Bob Hertzberg, and Connie Leyva
  • Energy, Utilities and Communications: Ben Hueso (Chair), Mike Morrell (Vice Chair), Steve Bradford, Anthony CannellaTed GainesBob HertzbergJerry HillMike McGuireNancy SkinnerHenry Stern and Scott Wiener
  • Environmental Quality: Bob Wieckowski (Chair), Andy Vidak (Vice Chair), Patricia Bates, Jerry HillRicardo Lara, Nancy Skinner and Henry Stern
  • Governance and Finance: Mike McGuire (Chair), Janet Nguyen (Vice Chair), Jim BeallEd HernandezBob HertzbergRicardo Lara and John Moorlach
  • Governmental Organization: Steve Glazer (Chair), Tom Berryhill (Vice Chair), Steve BradfordAnthony CannellaBill DoddTed GainesCathleen GalgianiJerry HillBen HuesoRicardo LaraTony MendozaAnthony Portantino and Andy Vidak
  • Health: Ed Hernandez (Chair), Janet Nguyen (Vice Chair), Toni AtkinsConnie LeyvaHolly MitchellBill MonningJosh NewmanJim Nielsen and Richard Roth
  • Human Services: Scott Wiener (Chair), Tom Berryhill (Vice Chair), Steve GlazerJosh Newman and Janet Nguyen
  • Insurance: Tony Mendoza (Chair), Ted Gaines (Vice Chair), Tom BerryhillSteve GlazerEd HernandezHolly MitchellJosh NewmanAnthony Portantino and Richard Roth
  • Judiciary: Hannah-Beth Jackson (Chair), John Moorlach (Vice Chair), Joel AndersonBob HertzbergBill MonningHenry Stern and Bob Wieckowski
  • Labor and Industrial Relations: Steve Bradford (Chair), Jeff Stone (Vice Chair), Toni AtkinsHannah-Beth Jackson and Holly Mitchell
  • Legislative Ethics: Ed Hernandez (Chair), Mike Morrell (Vice Chair), Patricia BatesTed GainesBill Monning and Bob Wieckowski
  • Natural Resources and Water: Bob Hertzberg (Chair), Jeff Stone (Vice Chair), Ben AllenToni AtkinsBen HuesoHannah-Beth JacksonBill MonningHenry Stern and Andy Vidak
  • Public Employment and Retirement: Richard Pan (Chair), Mike Morrell (Vice Chair), Connie LeyvaJohn Moorlach and Anthony Portantino
  • Public Safety: Nancy Skinner (Chair), Joel Anderson (Vice Chair), Steve BradfordHannah-Beth JacksonHolly Mitchell, Jeff Stone and Scott Wiener
  • Rules: Kevin de León (Chair), Anthony Cannella (Vice Chair), Toni AtkinsTom Berryhill and Connie Leyva
  • Transportation and HousingJim Beall (Chair), Anthony Cannella (Vice Chair), Ben AllenToni AtkinsPatricia BatesTed GainesMike McGuireTony MendozaMike MorrellRichard RothNancy SkinnerBob Wieckowski and Scott Wiener
  • Veterans Affairs: Josh Newman (Chair), Jim Nielsen (Vice Chair), Bill Dodd, Ben HuesoJanet NguyenRichard Roth and Scott Wilk

MISCELLANEOUS

SANTEE — Sen. Joel Anderson meets with volunteers prior to 63rd annual holiday food delivery sponsored by nonprofit Santee Santas Foundation, says deliveries “will help around 300 families” living within the Santee School District. 9:30 a.m., Corner of Railroad and Prospect Aves. Contact: Lea Park-Kim 858 776 5688.


Capitol holiday music program continues with performance by the Renaissance Choir of Sacramento. 11 a.m., Rotunda. Contact: Erin Renfree 916 324 0333.

Program concludes Friday with performance by the Grace Episcopal Church Choir. 11 a.m., followed at noon by pianist Jacqueline Hairston.

THIRD HOUSE

Recent filings with Secretary of State.

CLIENT ADDITIONS (Lobbying firm, client name, filing date): Hurst Brooks Espinosa, Assn. of California Healthcare Districts and affiliated entity BetArma, 12/19/16… Kahn, Soares & Conway, California Dairies Inc.; Salinas Valley Sustainable Water Group, 12/19/16… Richard Ross, Robert F. Kennedy Medical Plan, 12/19/16… Seyfarth Shaw LLP (new firm), Azusa Pacific University; Loma Linda University Health and its affiliated entities, 12/20/16… Shaw/Yoder/Antwih, County of Butte; City/County Assn. of Governments of San Mateo County; County of Siskiyou, 12/19/16… Smith, Watts & Hartmann, Southern Company Gas, 12/19/16… Tres Es, Heineken USA for The Madison Group, 12/19/16.

CLIENT DELETIONS (Lobbying firm, client name, filing date): Environmental and Energy Consulting, Natural Resources Defense Council, 12/20/16… Rusty Selix, Tides Center/Steinberg Institute, 12/20/16.

NEW REGISTRATIONS (Lobbyist name, firm name, filing date): Cody Boyles, Kahn, Soares & Conway, 12/19/16… Thanhtam Bui, Californians Against Waste, 12/16/16… Brandon Epp, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept., 12/19/16… Melissa Immel, Shaw/Yoder/Antwih, 12/19/16… Nika Lapis, Californians Against Waste, 12/16/16… Lauren Noland-Hajik, Kahn, Soares & Conway, 12/19/16.

CANDIDATES AND COMMITTEES

Recent filings with Secretary of State.

LEGISLATURE (Candidate’s name, Party, District, Year, “Committee’s name,” Treasurer’s name, address and phone number): Jordan Cunningham, Republican, AD 35, 2018, “Jordan Cunningham for Assembly 2018,” Bryan Burch, 1022 G St., Sacramento, CA 95814, 916 476 6926… Vince Fong, Republican, AD 34, 2018, “Vince Fong for Assembly 2018,” Rebecca Luby, 1022 G St., Sacramento, CA 95814, 916 476 6926… Susan Rubio, Democratic, SD 22, 2018, “Susan Rubio for Senate 2018,” Shawnda Deane, 1787 Tribute Rd. Ste. K, Sacramento, CA 95815, 916 285 5733.

POLITICAL NOTES

Dan Weitzman’s campaign for Controller of the California Democratic Party reports endorsements from Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, Speaker Anthony Rendon, and the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California; also reports receiving support from Sens. Toni Atkins and Ben Hueso, and Board of Equalization Chair Fiona Ma. Release hereWeitzman, owner of the fundraising firm Daniel C. Weitzman Consulting, has been finance director for the California Assembly Democrats for 16 years. Contact: Dave Jacobson 818 943 2348.

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PREVIEW

Tuesday, Dec 27, 2016

NEWS CONFERENCES, BRIEFINGS, AVAILABILITIES, ETC.

None scheduled.

THE LEGISLATURE

Senate, Assembly — Recess

Reconvenes Wednesday January 4, 2017.

THE GOVERNOR

Nothing public announced as of 5:40 a.m. Contact: 916 445 4571.

MISCELLANEOUS

22nd annual Menorah Lighting at the Capitol ceremony sponsored by Chabad of Sacramento, includes live music, donuts, guest speakers, etc. 5 p.m., West Steps. Contact: 916 455 1400.