As we approach the end of May 2020, both the California State Assembly and Senate are back in Session and fully up-to-speed – albeit with many changes in procedure to address COVID-19 precautions.
With a month and a half unscheduled hiatus having carved considerable time out of their traditional legislative calendar – and a challenging 2020/2021 State budget still yet to be hammered out – the Legislature must stay focused on considering only those bills of critical importance to California. As such, Legislators have been asked to prioritize their bills and pull from consideration any bill that is not critical.
With the first round of hearings on the Assembly side now in the books, and hearings in the Senate now ramping up, the dust has cleared on what bills made the cut to be heard – with several bills of concern to conservation interests still in play. This Gaines & Associates “Gaines Report” will provide you with the latest status of all bills of interest. Any new action taken on a bill since the most recent Gaines Report is depicted in italics. Note that legislation that has been pulled from consideration by the author is listed below for the last time. In the interest of brevity, those bills that have been pulled from consideration this Session will be removed from our next Gaines Report.
Bills are placed in numerical order, not in order of priority or interest.
This Gaines & Associates “Gaines Report” is client privileged and provided as a service to Gaines & Associates clients.
For more information on any of the below bills, please contact Gaines & Associates at [email protected]
2020 State Legislative Session
AB 1387 (Wood) – Sport Fishing: 12 Consecutive Month Licenses
Link to the full report:
G&A Report – CA State Legislature – 2020 Session Update — 05 20 2020
Gaines & Associates
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