SB 1309: Literally a Bill with NO Words—To Be Filled in Later—to Benefit Billionaire

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shop times; font-size: 16px;”>By Stephen Frank

Senator Ted Gaines is a GOP’er and a good guy. Good conservative, fiscally responsible and would make a super California Insurance Commissioner. BUT.

Here is the complete language of his bill, SB 1309, “xxxxx”. Not a typo, literally his bill SB 1309 has NO words. “Gaines is a co-author of Senate Bill 1309, an empty piece of legislation that was created to provide a tax break and possible exemption or expedited approvals from California’s environmental process.”

While it looks like this bill is not going to be passed, in any form, even with words, it is the type of bill that makes the public suspicious of government and tells the voter not to trust or respect legislators. The “purpose” of the bill is to give a billionaire $500 million of YOUR money, exempt him from CEQA—while your company is fined and closed down by violating this environmental law. If words were put to the bill, there would be negotiations with the legislators, the Governor and TESLA—the public would not be allowed to hear or see what is happening. Do you trust a bill without words? This is why.

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Steve Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant. http://capoliticalnews.com/

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One Response to SB 1309: Literally a Bill with NO Words—To Be Filled in Later—to Benefit Billionaire

  1. Citizen Reporter September 1, 2014 at 9:22 am

    Steve:

    why didn’t you even mention that:

    1. Steinberg is also involved?

    2. That this was an elections bill, with language stripped out (a la “Obamacare” bill) and this special interest giveaway wording instead inserted for Tesla.

    Reply

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