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July 3, 2018

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THE CAPITOL MORNING REPORT WILL NOT PUBLISH

WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, INDEPENDENCE DAY.

NEWS CONFERENCES, BRIEFINGS, AVAILABILITIES, ETC.

GLENDALE — Mark Garrett, CHP Asst. Chief, Mark Sektnan, Property Casualty Insurers Assn. of America, and others discuss “maximum enforcement effort during the 4th of July holiday targeting impaired drivers” and “upward trend in drugged driving,” say “multiple substances found in more than half of fatally injured drivers,  including cannabis.” 10 a.m., Parking Lot 31, Corner of Verdugo Road and Mountain Street, across for Glendale Community College. Contact: Nancy Kincaid 916 599 1320.

Event follows demonstration of “Ford Motor Company’s drugged and drunk driving suits” that “simulate being under the influence of marijuana and alcohol;” media members invited to test the suits from 4 to 7 a.m., same location.

THE LEGISLATURE

Senate — Check-in.

  • Elections and Constitutional Amendments (Henry Stern, Chair), 9:30 a.m., Rm. 2040.
  • Natural Resources and Water (Bob Hertzberg, Chair), 9:30 a.m., Rm. 112. Subject — Overview of the proposed contract amendments between the Department of Water Resources and State Water Project Contractors.
    • Listed to testify: Dir. Karla Nemeth, CA Dept. of Water Resources; Carl Torgersen, former dep. dir. of State Water Project; Douglas Headrick, San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District; Valerie Pryor, Alameda County Zone 7 Water Agency; Doug Obegi, Natural Resources Defense Council.
  • Judiciary (Hannah-Beth Jackson, Chair), 1:30 p.m., Rm. 112.
  • Transportation and Housing (Jim Beall, Chair), 1:30 p.m., Rm. 4203.

Assembly — Check-in.

  • Judiciary (Mark Stone, Chair), 9 a.m., Rm. 437.
  • Privacy and Consumer Protection (Ed Chau, Chair), 9 a.m., Rm. 126.
  • Utilities and Energy (Chris Holden, Chair), 9 a.m., Rm. 447.

California Channel Tentative Programming

  • Midnight

    Senate Floor Session (7.2.18)

  • 7 a.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 7:30 a.m.

    Road to Recovery

  • 8:30 a.m.

    The Maddy Report Fighting Fire with Fire: Rethinking Forest Management

  • 9 a.m.

    Assembly Judiciary Committee LIVE

  • 1:30 p.m.

    Senate Judiciary Committee LIVE

  • 7 p.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 7:30 p.m.

    Road to Recovery

  • 8:30 p.m.

    The Maddy Report Fighting Fire with Fire: Rethinking Forest Management

  • 9 p.m.

    Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee (7.3.18)

THE GOVERNOR

Nothing public announced as of 5:30 a.m. Contact: 916 445 4571.

APPOINTMENTS

By Governor. Contact: 916 445 4571.

Requires Senate confirmation.

To Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals Board: Megan McGuinness, 46, Los Angeles, Democrat, former executive producer at Discovery Studios. Compensation: $25,500.

Do not require confirmation.

To represent the First District on the Mono County Board of Supervisors: Jennifer Halferty, 45, Mammoth Lakes, Democrat, executive director at Mammoth Lakes Housing since 2013. Salary: $49,308.

Reappointed to the California New Motor Vehicle Board: Ramon Alvarez, 58, Riverside, no party preference, founder and owner at the Alvarez Electric Motors Company since 2010 and president and owner at Alvarez Lincoln Mercury and Alvarez Jaguar since 1995; Bismarck Obando, 40, Sacramento, Democrat, director of public affairs at the League of California Cities since 2011. Compensation: $100 per diem.

To the State Historical Resources Commission: Leland Adams, 62, Downieville, Democrat, member of the Commission on State Mandates since 2017 and the Sierra County Board of Supervisors since 2009; Bryan Brandes, 48, Temple City, Republican, director of West Coast operations at CMA CGM since 2015; Alan Hess, 66, Irvine, Democrat, owner at Alan Hess Architecture since 1981; Rene Vellanoweth, 53, Sierra Madre, Democrat, professor and chair of the Anthropology Department at CSU Los Angeles since 2008. Compensation: $100 per diem.

Reappointed to the California Board for Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, and Geologists: Fel Anthony Amistad, 58, San Mateo, Democrat, mortgage loan officer at Presto Loans; Kathy Jones Irish, 65, Los Angeles, Democrat, joint venture partner at Englander Knabe and Allen since 2018; Elizabeth Mathieson, 62, Alameda, Democrat, part-time senior managing scientist at Exponent Failure Analysis Associates; Mohammad Qureshi, 52, Tustin, Democrat, public works director for the County of Glenn Public Works Agency. Compensation: $100 per diem.

REMINDER

THE CAPITOL MORNING REPORT WILL NOT PUBLISH

WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, INDEPENDENCE DAY.

KEEPING UP

The Office of Asm. Monique Limón reports hiring Mariana Sabeniano as chief of staff. Sabeniano most recently worked as government affairs manager for the Yocha Dehe Wintum Nation. Before that, she was legislative director for Limón. She also previously worked in the offices of the Assembly Chief Clerk, Asms. Joaquin Arambula and Adrin Nazarian and former Asm. Susan Bonilla. She first started at the Capitol as a Sacramento Semester Program intern in the office of former Sen. Alan LowenthalSabeniano succeeds Bryn Sullivan, who is now with Senate Rules. Contact: Israel Landa 916 319 2037.


Lauren Greenwood, manager of government affairs of the California Cable and Telecommunications Assn. (CCTA), is stepping down from her job to return to school full-time for her masters in Business Administration at Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley. Greenwood has worked for CCTA since 2014, when she was hired as a legislative analyst. Before that, Greenwood was a fellow at the California Energy Commission and worked at Dewey Square Group. She starts at Berkeley in August. “I have learned so much from those in the Capitol community and I’m particularly grateful for my mentors at CCTA for enabling me to advance in my professional career over the last four years with the association,” Greenwood said. Her colleagues are celebrating this next step in her life on Thursday at 5 p.m., The Diplomat, 1117 11th St. Contact: Greenwood, lgreenwood@mba.berkeley.edu.


The office of Asm. Kansen Chu has hired Howard Quan as a senior legislative aide. For the last four years, Quan was a legislative aide for Asm. Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher. He started his newly created position on June 11. Contact: Quan, howard.quan@asm.ca.gov.


The California State Teachers’ Retirement System reports hiring Julie Underwood as chief financial officer. Since 2010, Underwood was the CFO for the San Bernardino County Employees’ Retirement Assn. Prior to that she worked for the Superior Court of San Bernardino County. She will receive a $240,000 salary and is scheduled to start her new job on July 16. She succeeds Robin Madsen, who retired in March of this year. Contact: Michelle Mussuto 916 414 1440.


Todd Priest & Associates, a public and government relations firm based in Orange County, reports hiring Melinda Andrade as senior account consultant. Andrade was previously a public relations director for Curt Pringle & Associates in Anaheim and she has also worked for the Assn. of California Recycling Industries. Her first day was yesterday. Contact: Todd Priest 949 287 2297.


California Council on Science and Technology reports Exec. Dir. Susan Hackwood has left the council to work as faculty in UC Riverside’s Graduate Division. For 23 years, Hackwood led the council, which the legislature established in 1988 to advise the Governor, legislature and other state entities on science and technology policy. Before joining the council, Hackwood was assistant secretary of the California Natural Resources Agency and executive director of the Ocean Protection Council. She has also left her seats on the council’s board of directors. The council has appointed deputy director Amber Mace as interim executive director and has launched a national search for a permanent successor. Contact: Ben Landis 916 492 0996.


Sen. Ricardo Lara and Asm. Wendy Carrillo hosted a screening in Rm. 112 yesterday of a film titled “The Classic.” It’s the story of their high school football teams, Lara’s Garfield in East Los Angeles, and Carrillo’s Roosevelt in Boyle Heights, as each team prepares for the big rivalry game at the end of the 2014 season. Before the film began Lara and Carrillo spoke about why they thought this film was important to show at the Capitol. Lara said that the story brings out the challenges in his community and in other Latino communities across the United States. Carrillo hit upon the necessity of there being educational equity, justice and opportunity. Something else Lara mentioned was how anyone, regardless of background, could recognize someone they know in the film. He was right. There was the good student who played football and held down a job. There was the son, whose father missed his games because of work. There was the teenage mother, whose boyfriend was the star player. Recognizable were the coaches and parents, too; the assistant coach who stays up to 1 a.m. painting the lines and the numbers on the field simply because the kids deserve it; the single mother who wants the best for her son but isn’t able to give it to him; the overbearing father whose lessons on toughness made his child cry at an early age. In their promotion for the event, Lara and Carrillo said the film was about what it means to be an American. So what does it mean to be an American? The film doesn’t achieve a simple answer to that complex question, but the opening line is meant to show what being an American shouldn’t be. A disembodied voice, like that of a disgruntled caller on a radio talk show, complains that “Los Angeles is turning into Mexico!” If that is true, how did two high schools maintain an 84-year American football rivalry while over the past 50 years each school’s student body steadily became more and more Latino? Contact: John Fairbanks, john@capitolmr.com.

RUGBY RULES!

By: Tiffany Dobbyn, Capitol Morning Report

Steven Fenaroli, account executive for Meridian Pacific Inc., and Colin Hawley, communications consultant for the Assembly Republican Caucus, have more than just politics in common – they both love rugby. And they’re gearing up for the sport’s biggest event of the year – the Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament to be held at AT&T Park in San Francisco from July 20-22. Similar to the FIFA World Cup going on now, the event is held every four years and brings together athletes from around the globe. The tournament will be held on American turf for the first time and features 24 men’s teams and 16 women’s teams from countries including the USA, New Zealand, Argentina, Fiji and Zimbabwe.

Hawley and Fenaroli are both avidly involved in the local rugby scene. For the past four years, Fenaroli has been a rugby referee for matches and tournaments across Northern California. And he’ll be calling the shots from the field as a sideline ref during the Rugby World Cup. “This is a big deal for me,” Fenaroli said. “My goal was to somehow make it to the World Cup and to get to ref there, it’s really rewarding.” Fenaroli played rugby while attending Christian Brothers High School and at Oregon State University. After graduating from college he decided to become a referee for the full-contact sport. He later met Hawley, a former professional rugby player who spent four years as a member of the USA Rugby Men’s 7’s (team of seven playing seven minute halves) and 15’s (15-player team playing 40 minute halves). Hawley plans to attend this year’s Rugby World Cup as a spectator, but was a player for the US team during the last World Cup Sevens, which was held in Moscow. “It was pretty incredible to play in Russia,” he said. Throughout his professional career, Hawley played rugby in 28 countries before he was 26 years old. Although he retired from professional play, he’s currently a commentator for rugby games broadcast on the Pac-12 TV Network, and might be called in to help with the coverage of the upcoming Rugby World Cup. Hawley was inspired to play rugby after learning about the sport from his dad, who played at UC Berkeley in the 1960s. “He was my rugby guru,” Hawley said. Following in his father’s footsteps, he was recruited to play rugby at Cal after attending Jesuit High School. During his time at Jesuit, he played under Andrew Acosta, founder of Acosta Consulting who has been a coach at the high school for years. Acosta played at UCLA and was a member of a local men’s club team until his “campaign work got in the way.” Acosta is planning to attend the Rugby World Cup and is hopeful that the US teams will do well (both the men’s and women’s teams are ranked #5 in the tournament).

Rugby on the barge; Hawley pictured third from right on top row

This spring, Hawley and Fenaroli had an opportunity to play together to help promote the Rugby World Cup when the San Francisco Giants hosted “Rugby Night” during one of its home games. Hawley says a rugby field with bright green AstroTurf was created on a barge set in the middle of McCovey Cove and a variety of rugby players were brought on to participate in matches throughout the day. “It was one of those once in a lifetime experiences that you’ll tell your grandkids someday,” Hawley said.

Because of rugby Hawley and Fenaroli became friends and that’s exactly what they like most about the sport – the sense of community it creates. “There’s no other sport like it. It’s just a beautiful game,” Hawley said.

SPEECHES AND TALKS

SALINAS — US Rep. Jimmy Panetta addresses “about 100 people” who will take oath of citizenship during an “Independence Day-themed naturalization ceremony.” 10:30 a.m., Hartnell College, 411 Central Ave. Contact: Sarah Davey 202 225 2861.

RALLIES AND DEMONSTRATIONS

ANAHEIM — “Hundreds of Disneyland workers” and others “demand Disney get serious at the bargaining table and pay workers a living wage,” say “negotiations with four labor unions representing over 9,500 workers are stalling as Disney refuses to seriously consider increases for experienced employees or any improvements to healthcare,” cite recent study that shows: “74% of workers say they do not earn enough money for basic expenses every month” and “85% of workers are paid less than $15 an hour.” 11:30 a.m., Outside Disneyland gates at Clementine and Disney Way. Contact: Andrew Hagelshaw 415 377 8734.

MISCELLANEOUS

WEDNESDAY, ONTARIO — Asm. Freddie Rodriguez attends the Ontario Independence Day Parade. 8:30 a.m., Southbound Euclid Ave. and 4th St. Contact: Sean Connelly, sean.connelly@asm.ca.gov.


WEDNESDAY, DOWNTOWN ROSEVILLE — Jessica Morse, Democratic candidate for CD 4, attends Fourth of July celebration in Roseville. 8:30 a.m., Intersection of Riverside, Vernon and Douglas. Contact: 530 497 0783.

At 6:30 p.m., Morse joins the Auburn Independence Day celebration, Harrison St., Downtown Auburn.


WEDNESDAY, DANVILLE — Asm. Catharine Baker attends the Danville Fourth of July Parade. 9 a.m., St. Isidore’s Church Parking Lot, 440 La Gonda Way. Contact: Allie Stewart 916 319 2016.

At 10 a.m., Baker joins the Orinda Fourth of July Parade that begins at the eastside of the Camino Pablo BART parking lot.


WEDNESDAY, DANVILLE — Sen. Steven Glazer gathers with supporters prior to joining Danville’s Fourth of July parade. 9 a.m., San Ramon Valley High School, 501 Danville Blvd. 916 651 4007.

At 10 a.m., Glazer attends Orinda’s Fourth of July parade starting at the east side of the Camino Pablo BART parking lot.


WEDNESDAY, HUNTINGTON BEACH — Asm. Matthew Harper rides in the Huntington Beach 4th of July Parade and Celebration. 9 a.m., Huntington Beach Civic Center, 2000 Main St. Contact: Kara Reano 916 319 2074.


WEDNESDAY, LINCOLN — Asm. Kevin Kiley joins Lincoln 4th of July Parade. 9 a.m., A and 5th Sts. Contact: William.Kolkey@asm.ca.gov.


WEDNESDAY, SAN JOSE — Asm. Evan Low walks in the Rose, White and Blue Parade; breakfast provided. 9 a.m., 555 Dana Ave. Contact: Maya Polon, maya.polon@asm.ca.gov.


WEDNESDAY, MODESTO — Sen. Cathleen Galgiani attends the Kiwanis 144th Annual Fourth of July Parade, sponsored by the City of Modesto. 9:30 a.m., 10th and F Sts. Contact: Bob Alvarez, bob.alvarez@sen.ca.gov.

Also attending: Asm. Heath Flora.


WEDNESDAY, “InterDependence Day Celebration,” sponsored by International World Peace Rose Gardens, “young adults and youth from different faiths and cultures” lead ceremonies “that celebrate our nation’s diversity,” features Aztec, Hmong and Sikh dancers, “an Interfaith Harmony Ceremony,” rose petal toss, etc. 10 a.m., International World Peace Rose Garden. Contact: Sylvia Villalobos 916 395 8303.


WEDNESDAY, CORONADO — Pro Tem Toni Atkins attends the Coronado 4th of July Parade. 10 a.m., First St. and Orange Ave. Contact: Sadalia King, sadalia.king@sen.ca.gov.

At 11:30 a.m., Atkins attends the Mira Mesa 4th of July Parade, Mira Mesa Blvd. and Greenford Dr.; walks in Mission Hills Town Council July 4th Celebration, 1 p.m., Pioneer Park, 1521 Washington Pl., San Diego; joins Rancho Bernardo Spirit of the 4th Parade, 3:30 p.m., Coldwell Bank parking lot, 16789 Bernardo Center Dr., Rancho Bernardo; speaks at University City 4th of July Celebration and Concert, 5 p.m., Standley Park, 3585 Governor Dr., San Diego.


WEDNESDAY, FAIRFIELD — Asm. Jim Frazier rides in Fairfield Independence Day Parade; chief of staff Jennifer Barton also rides separately as Solano County Woman of the Year. 10 a.m., Texas and Madison Sts. Contact: Andrew Bird 916 319 2011.


WEDNESDAY, CORONADO — Asm. Todd Gloria participates in the 70th annual Coronado Fourth of July Parade, event features “100 entrants, three high school bands, and two military bands.” 10 a.m., Orange Ave. Contact: Nick Serrano 619 645 3090.

At 11:30 a.m., Gloria takes part in the Mission Hills Fourth of July Celebration hosted by Mission Hills Town Council, introduces one of the local bands playing, Pioneer Park, 1521 Washington Pl., San Diego; visits the 23rd annual University City Celebration, introduces one of the local bands playing, 1:15 p.m., Standley Park, 3585 Governor Dr., San Diego.


WEDNESDAY, NOVATO — Asm. Marc Levine attends the Novato 4th of July Parade. 10 a.m., Grant Ave. between Reichert and 7th Sts. Contact: Shannon Flaherty, shannon.flaherty@asm.ca.gov.

At 11 a.m, Levine attends the 4th of July Parade and Festival in Corte Madera-Larkspur, Redwood High School, 395 Doherty Dr., Larkspur.


WEDNESDAY, SAN JOSE — Sen. Bob Wieckowski participates in the Rose, White and Blue Parade. 10 a.m., 555 Dana Ave. Contact: Jeff Barbosa 916 651 4010.


WEDNESDAY, TEMECULA — Sen. Jeff Stone, who also served as Mayor of Temecula and Riverside County Supervisor, walks in the City of Temecula’s Fourth of July Parade. 10 a.m., Old Town Front St. and Second St. Contact: John Hunneman 951 894 3530.


WEDNESDAY, NORTH HOLLYWOOD — Sen. Bob Hertzberg attends Valley Village July 4 Parade sponsored by Valley Village Homeowners Assn., features North Hollywood High School marching band. 10 a.m., 11724 Addison St. Contact: Katie Hanzlik 916 651 4018.


WEDNESDAY, HUNTINGTON BEACH — Sen. Janet Nguyen attends Huntington Beach July 4 Parade, “features entries including bands, floats, local dignitaries, equestrian groups, film and television celebrities and community groups.” 10 a.m., Main St. at Pacific Coast Hwy. Contact: Diana Moreno 714 741 1034.

Later in Los Alamitos, attends fireworks show at Joint Forces Training Base, 4 p.m., 11200 Lexington Dr.


WEDNESDAY, Members of Yes California campaign to declare independence from the United States marks “Not Our Independence Day,” distribute information on “the Calexit secession campaign in general with a specific focus on how California and US history are different,” say “California played no role in the American Revolution, so why should Californians celebrate American Independence Day?” Noon, North Steps. Contact: Marcus Ruiz Evans 415 595 3394.


WEDNESDAY, Music at Noon, free lunchtime concert series, this week features the Nostalgic Swing Band. Noon, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1300 N St. Contact: 916 442 8939.


WEDNESDAY, JULIAN — Sen. Joel Anderson and his district staff walk in Julian’s annual 4th of July Parade, event includes “antique cars, vintage tractors, World War II Submariners, and several comedy entries.” Noon, Julian Town Hall, 2129 Main St. Contact: Lea Park-Kim 916 651 4038.

At 11:30 a.m., Anderson gives remarks to kick off the parade.


WEDNESDAY, VISALIA — Asm. Devon Mathis attends the Independence Day Fireworks Community Festival, sponsored by the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Tulare County. 2 p.m., Gropetti Stadium, 1414 North McAuliff St. Contact: Justin Turner 916 319 2381.


WEDNESDAY, CULVER CITY — Asm. Sydney Kamlager-Dove attends the Culver City Fireworks Show. 4 p.m., West Los Angeles College, 9000 Overland Ave. Contact: 916 319 2054.


WEDNESDAY, FULLERTON — Asm. Sharon Quirk-Silva attends Fullerton 4th of July Fireworks show. 5 p.m., Fullerton Union High School, 201 E Chapman Ave. Contact: Michael Henning, michael.henning@asm.ca.gov

THIRD HOUSE

Recent filings with Secretary of State.

CLIENT ADDITIONS (Lobbying firm, client name, filing date): Dewey Square Group, Johns Manville, 6/29/18… Lang Hansen O’Malley & Miller, Los Angeles Rams, 6/29/18… Shaw/Yoder/Antwih, San Joaquin Regional Transit District, 6/29/18.

NEW REGISTRATIONS (Lobbyist name, firm name, filing date): Elizabeth Fenton, Dewey Square Group, 6/29/18… Justin Pressfield, Dewey Square Group, 6/29/18… Adriane Underwood, Sunrun Inc., 6/29/18.

LOBBYISTS TERMINATING REGISTRATION (Lobbyist name, firm name, filing date): David Breuner, Amherst Capital Management, 6/29/18… Abigail Johnson, Venor Capital Management LP, 6/29/18… Alexander McDonough, Sunrun Inc., 6/29/18.

CANDIDATES AND COMMITTEES

Recent filings with Secretary of State.

GENERAL PURPOSE COMMITTEES (Committee’s name, “Purpose,” Treasurer’s name, address and phone number): East Bay Economic Parity PAC, “Support candidates/elected officials who are dedicated to increasing business opportunities for underrepresented populations in the East Bay,” Ayoka Medlock-Nurse, 1507 Oscar St., Richmond, CA 94804, 510 375 2533… International Union of Operating Engineers Local 3, “Local 3 provides collective bargaining and other services to its members (e.g. construction workers, public employees) and political activities supporting its members,” Russell E. Burns, 1620 S. Loop Rd., Alameda, CA 94502, 510 748 7400.

SPONSORED COMMITTEES (Committee’s name, Name of Sponsor(s) [contributor of 80% or more of committee funds], “Purpose,” Treasurer’s name, address and phone number; Principal Officer(s) name, address and phone number if provided): Asian Pacific Environmental Network Action Candidate Committee, Asian Pacific Environmental Network Action, “To support state and local candidates,” Rebecca J. Olson, 400 Capitol Mall Ste. 1545, Sacramento, CA 95814, 916 254 5180; Amado Uno, 400 Capitol Mall Ste. 1545, Sacramento, CA 95814, 916 254 5180.

POLITICAL NOTES

Steven Bailey’s campaign for Attorney General reports an endorsement from the California Peace Officers’ Assn. Release hereBailey, a Republican, was elected to the California Superior Court in El Dorado County in 2008 and re-elected in 2014 before retiring in 2017. Contact: Corey Uhden 951 501 9944.


Humane Society Legislative Fund reports endorsing US Rep. Ami Bera’s re-election campaign for CD 7. Release hereBera, a Democrat, was first elected to Congress in 2012. Contact: press@hslf.org.


Harley Rouda’s campaign for CD 48 reports an endorsement from Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom. Release hereRouda, a Democrat, leads Trident Holdings, parent company to HER Inc., a real estate firm. Contact: Dave Jacobson 818 943 2348.


Mike Eng’s campaign for SD 22 says the LA County Registrar of Voters counted and certified the last 1,000 ballots in SD 22, says: “[Eng] expanded his vote margin to 15,915 votes, finishing with a commanding 45.32% over Susan Rubio’s 26.36% — a nearly 19% margin. Third-place finisher Monica Garcia — who has already endorsed Mike — finished strong at 20.73%, less than 6% behind Rubio despite more than $1.2 million in independent expenditures spent on Rubio’s behalf.” Release here. Eng, a Democrat who is married to US Rep. Judy Chu, was an Assemblymember from 2006 to 2012, and was elected to the Los Angeles Community College Board in 2013. Contact: Contact: Steve Barkan, steve@sgacamp.com.


Reform California Super PAC, led by former San Diego City Councilman Carl DeMaio, in support of the California Gas Tax Repeal ballot measure reports that it has raised “$1,101,127 all from over 25,000 grassroots donors solicited through online channels” as of June 30. Release here. Contact: Dave McCulloch 760 717 4100.

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PREVIEW

Thursday, July 05, 2018

NEWS CONFERENCES, BRIEFINGS, AVAILABILITIES, ETC.

Sens. Scott Wiener and Kevin de León; Asms. Miguel Santiago and Rob Bonta; announce “legislation implementing the strongest net neutrality protections in the nation,” say since bills by Wiener and de León passed the Senate but stalled in the Assembly “legislative leaders have been meeting to craft a comprehensive neutrality proposal.” 11 a.m., Rm. 317. Contact: Jeff Cretan (Wiener), jeff.cretan@sen.ca.gov or Jackie Koenig (Santiago), jackie.koenig@asm.ca.gov

THE LEGISLATURE

Senate — Session Noon.


Assembly — Session Noon.

  • Rules (Ken Cooley, Chair), Upon Call of the Chair, Rm. 3162.

California Channel Tentative Programming

  • Midnight

    Assembly Judiciary Committee (7.3.18)

  • 7 a.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 7:30 a.m.

    Road to Recovery

  • 8:30 a.m.

    The Maddy Report 711: “Gov’s Twin Tunnels Project: Planning Snafus?”

  • 11 a.m.

    Senate Floor Session LIVE

  • Noon

    Assembly Floor Session LIVE Upon Adj.

  • 7 p.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 7:30 p.m.

    Road to Recovery

  • 8:30 p.m.

    The Maddy Report 711: “Gov’s Twin Tunnels Project: Planning Snafus?”

  • 9 p.m.

    Senate Floor Session (67.5.18)

THE GOVERNOR

Nothing public announced as of 5:05 a.m. Contact: 916 445 4571.

MISCELLANEOUS

California Cable and Telecommunications Assn. sponsors reception in honor of Lauren Greenwood, its manager of government affairs, who is leaving to attend graduate school. 5 p.m., The Diplomat, 1117 11th St. Contact: Richelle Orlando, ro@calcable.org.