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The abbreviated 2020 legislative session is over for the California State Legislature, which has 3/4ths Democrats composing a super-super-majority in both houses. Here's are some of the worst bills that passed and didn't pass by the August 31 legislative deadline. 


SB 145 -- SIGNED by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday, 9/11/20 without comment. Editors note: Friday signings are trying to mitigate PR damage.

SB 145 will threaten more children by "exempting" sexual predators from  accountability. This bill eliminates the requirement that a convicted sex offender be publicly identified as such when the perpetrator "is not more than 10 years older than the minor." This means a 24-year-old adult could molest a 14-year-old child, be convicted, and still molest all the more because local families won't be warned by a sex offender designation on the convicted perpetrator. SB 145 is authored by homosexual activist state senator Scott Weiner of San Francisco.

Votes: Passed the 40-member State Senate -- all 23 yes votes from Democrats. Passed the 80-member State Assembly by bare minimum of 41 yes votes, which came from 40 Democrats and 1 former Republican, now "independent," Chad Mayes of Yucca Valley

SB 132 -- SIGNED by Gov. Gavin Newsom on 9/26/20, along with his pro-'LGBTQ+' news release

SB 132 will permit biological male inmates to declare themselves "women" and be housed with female prisoners. These declarations can be updated "at any time," so the number of sexual "changes" are endless. Prison guards will also be required to refer to biological men as "she" or "they" if the man declares himself to be "female" or "nonbinary." News story

Votes: Passed the 40-member State Senate -- all 29 yes votes from Democrats. Passed the 80-member State Assembly with 52 yes votes, which came from 50 Democrats and 1 Republican, Tyler Diep of Orange County, and former Republican, now "independent," Chad Mayes of Yucca Valley

AB 2218 -- SIGNED by Gov. Gavin Newsom on 9/26/20, along with his pro-'LGBTQ+' news release

AB 2218 will create the "Transgender Wellness and Equity Fund," which, once funded, will supply puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones for minors, as well as cross-sex hormones and “sex-change” operations for adults. News story

Votes: Passed the 40-member State Senate -- all 28 yes votes from Democrats. Passed the 80-member State Assembly with the yes votes of 53 Democrats and 1 former Republican, now "independent," Chad Mayes of Yucca Valley

AB 3121 -- SIGNED by Gov. Gavin Newsom on 9/30/20

AB 3121 will create a racist committee to propose sending tax money to black Californians in the form of "reparations" for "racial injustice," despite slavery being abolished and outlawed in the 1860's. News story
Votes: Passed the 40-member State Senate with the yes votes of 28 Democrats and 5 Republicans (Patricia Bates, Andreas Borgeas, Ling Ling Chang, Brian Dahle, and Scott Wilk). Passed the 80-member State Assembly with only Democrats voting yes.

AB 979 -- SIGNED by Gov. Gavin Newsom on 9/30/20

AB 979 will destroy personal merit and even trust between board members on California corporations that are publicly traded on the stock exchange. Elevating ethnicity or behavior over experience and expertise, the bill requires these corporate boards to include one or more directors "who self-identifies as Black, African American, Hispanic, Latino, Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American, Native Hawaiian, or Alaska Native, or who self-identifies as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender."
Votes: Passed the 40-member State Senate with the yes votes of 25 Democrats and 1 Republican (Ling Ling Chang). Passed the 80-member State Assembly with only Democrats voting yes.

ACA 11 is on the November 2020 ballot as Proposition 19

ACA 11 would raise taxes on property transferred between parents and children. ACA 11 would abolish Proposition 58 (excludes from property tax reassessment property transfers between parents and children) and Proposition 193 (if parents are dead, excludes from tax property transfers between grandparents and grandchildren) unless recipient children live in the property as their primary residence for at least one year. Overall, this proposed constitutional amendment is part good and part bad. While stealing from family wealth, ACA 11 offers significant property tax protection to 55+ Californians who sell one primary residence and buy another anywhere in the state (current law only provides this protection for same-county transfers of a primary residence.)

Votes: ACA 11 passed the Democrat-controlled State Senate with only Democrat yes votes, but in the State Assembly, several Republicans joined the Democrats in passing it. ACA 11 is now Proposition 19 on the November 2020 ballot.

OTHER BAD BILLS ON NEWSOM'S DESK (reported by Republican Assemblyman Kevin Kiley)

Anti-Semitism (AB 331):
Makes “ethnic studies” a high school graduation requirement. The first draft of the curriculum was condemned not only as blatant propaganda but as horrifyingly anti-Semitic. The Legislative Jewish caucus wrote: “It is difficult to fathom why the State of California would want to actively promote a narrative about Jews that echoes the propaganda of the Nazi Regime.”

Prisoner Release (AB 2542): Under this bill, “practically every single conviction that has ever occurred in California can be re-opened and potentially reversed” if a prisoner alleges that offensive “words or images” were used by anyone involved in their case.

War on Charters (SB 820): The most despicable attack yet in California’s war on charter school and home schools, effectively stops them from accepting new students.

Disastrous Budget (AB 86): Implements a budget where regulations are ratcheted up, not relieved; taxes are raised, not cut; liability is expanded, not limited; and AB 5 is reinforced, not repealed.

Insulting Meddling (AB 979): Tells companies how many directors from “underrepresented communities” they must have on their boards.

Skyrocketing Home Prices (AB 2231): Adds a staggering $84,000 to the cost of building a house as a giveaway to special interest union conglomerates.

Perpetual Gas Tax (SB 1351): Locks in place for 40 years the vehicle registration fees increased as part of 2017’s historic Gas Tax.

Nail in the Coffin: (SB 1383): Would force many more small businesses to close permanently with an onerous 12-week leave requirement designed to spawn crippling lawsuits.

Tax Overcharge (SB 815): Makes you wait an extra year for a refund if you’ve been overcharged on your property taxes.


AB 1253 would impose a massive income tax hike without the vote of the People. This "soak the rich" scheme would drive million-dollar earners out of California, would train the Legislature that tax hikes are "normal," would continue to deny a mountain of waste in state government, and would tempt the ruling Democrats to increase taxes across the board later. AB 1253, with several cosponsors, would increase the top earners' income tax from 13.3 percent to 16.8 percent and make the tax retroactive to January 1, 2020. One article explains AB 1253 as followsIf passed, high-income earners would pay an additional 1 percent on income over $1.18 million, another 3 percent on income over $2.36 million, and 3.5 percent on income over $5.9 million. The rates also would include inflation adjustments so that taxpayers pay more. “With the 2018 federal tax law changes, paying 13.3 percent in non-deductible state taxes (after a $10,000 cap) is even more painful,” tax advisor and Forbes contributor Robert Woods writes.
Status: On August 3, AB 1253 had a "hearing for testimony only," and could come to the Assembly floor by August 31

AB 2088 would hike taxes on the wealthiest Californians. A first-in-the-nation "wealth tax," AB 2088 is not a tax on income, but a money grab on the financially successful. According to the bill summary, “AB 2088 establishes a first-in-the-nation net worth tax, setting a 0.4 percent tax rate on all net worth above $30 million. The tax takes into account all assets and liabilities held by an individual, globally, capturing the immense levels of accumulated wealth held by the top 0.1% of Californians.” News story
Status: Could come to the Assembly floor before August 31

SB 1004 would prohibit health insurance carriers from informing parents their child has received services for "mental health, reproductive health, sexually transmitted infections, substance use disorder, transgender health, including gender affirming care, and intimate partner violence."
Status: Introduced February 13, 2020 and amended March 19, 2020, SB 1004 has not yet been assigned to a committee for a hearing

AB 1973 would force health insurance carriers to pay (effectively hiking all ratepayers' premiums) for aborting babies in the womb. Eliminates all abortion co-pays.
Status: In Assembly Health Committee, AB 1973 is not yet scheduled for a hearing

AB 2826 would forbid retail chain stores from identifying any childcare articles, clothing, or toys as for boys or girls. News story
Status: Introduced February 20, 2020, but not yet assigned to a committee for a hearing

AB 3140 would levy state punishment and permit civil lawsuits for showing an abortionist's photograph or taking a photo or video within 100 feet of an entrance to "a reproductive health services facility."
Status: Amended in early May, now in the Assembly Public Safety Committee, not yet scheduled.

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Results of 2019 California bills:

Updated October 13, 2019
The California State Legislature adjourned its regular session on September 14, 2019
The Governor signed and vetoed bills before his deadline on October 13, 2019

Radical Democrat bills that oppose you and your values

With three-quarters of the 2019 California State Legislature controlled by Democrats, it's a "free ride" for a raft of radically bad bills.

To keep you informed about what's really going on in Sacramento so you can protect your family, has compiled a list of the worst anti-family bills authored by Democrat state legislators, and sponsored by Planned Parenthood abortionists, Big Pharma, Big Unions, and homosexual-transsexual activists. Bill results are below.


AB 624: Mandates an phone number for "sexual and reproductive health care information" 

Status: Vetoed by Governor Gavin Newsom on October 12, 2019. In his veto message, Newsom said he didn't trust all school districts to print on student ID cards a pro-abortion phone number (but a pro-life phone number?) to try to satisfy AB 624's requirement of "a local resource that provides sexual and reproductive health care information":

"I do not support, however, burdening schools with the job of investigating local reproductive health agencies as this bill would require. There are many agencies across this state that refuse to give women information about all of their reproductive health care options, and I am not persuaded that schools have the appropriate expertise to decide which of these organizations they should direct their students to. Furthermore, I believe the time and money that would be spent on this activity would be better used improving teaching and learning as well as meeting the existing requirements of the California Healthy Youth Act."

Our response: See's October 13, 2019 news release

Assembly Floor Vote: 61 Democrats vote yes, 14 Republicans vote no, 4 Republicans abstain

Previous Assembly Floor Vote: 58 Democrats yes, 14 Republicans no, 5 Republicans + 3 Democrats didn't vote

The muliple-amended version of this bill mandates an abortionist’s phone number on student ID cards at all public schools, grades 7-12, including charter schools. However, now exempt from AB 624's abortion agenda are all post-secondary education (including public or private). Previous exemptions for religious elementary, junior high, high schools, colleges, seminaries, etc. still hold.  Yet AB 624 continues to mandate that “a public school, including a charter school, that serves pupils in any of grades 7 to 12” …"shall have printed on either side of the student identification cards”…“a sexual or reproductive health hotline” (code for Planned Parenthood abortionists). Authored by Democrat Assemblyman Jesse Gabriel of Van Nuys and western San Fernando Valley


SB 24: Forces UC and CSU to offer abortion pills without medical supervision 

Status: On October 11, 2019, Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 24 and issued a strongly pro-abortion news release.

See Newsom's SB 24 news release

Our response: See's Oct. 11, 2019 news release

Newsom's SB 24 news release |'s response

On September 13, SB 24 passed the Assembly and then the State Senate. Only Democrats voted yes.

On August 30, in the Assembly Appropriations Committee, SB 24 passed 13 to 5; Democrats for, Republicans against 

State Senate floor vote: All 28 Democrats yes, all 10 Republicans no

Forces University of California campuses and California State University campuses to distribute chemical abortion drugs to female students at on-campus student health centers. These drugs causing abortions have severe side effects and can also cause life-threatening complications, something university clinics are not set up to supervise. With chemical abortions, women always suffer and babies always perish. Authored by Democrat State Senator Connie Leyva of Pomona/Chino/Ontario/Fontana/San Bernardino and 10 other Democrats.


SB 276: Eliminates right of pediatricians to provide vaccination exemptions for children at risk; the State will decide

SB 714: Amendments to SB 276 (which are mostly bad and not so good) -- see's analysis

StatusSigned into law by Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom.

Sept. 9 update: Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom has signed SB 276 and its companion bill, SB 714. At the same time, mothers of vaccine-injured children staged a last day of fruitless protest at the State Capitol Building. With Newsom's signatures, come January 1, 2020, the only way for California parents to exempt their children from objectionable shots will be to homeschool or to already have a medical exemption for your public-school child in 7th grade or higher. Only Democrats voted in favor of SB 276 or SB 714, which largely replace pediatricians' authority with the State's authority in regards to vaccine exemptions for minor children.

Sept. 6 update: Gov. Newsom caves, sells out vaccine-injured children. Newsom has agreed to force all California children (except homeschoolers, who are exempt) to be eventually vaccinated. This means even if a child has suffered a previous vaccine-related injury, that child and that child's siblings will all be eventually forced to have a whole slew of objectionable vaccinations. His bad and not so good amendment are in a new bill, SB 714.

Sept. 4 update: SB 276 passed the Democrat-controlled California State Senate 28-11 (Democrats for, Republicans against), after passing the Democrat-controlled State Assembly on September 3 (48 Democrats voting yes, Republicans either voting no or abstaining -- and 4 Democrats joining Republicans in voting no (Autumn Burke of Los Angeles Westside and South Bay, Adam Gray of Merced, Patrick O'Donnell of Long Beach, and Jose Medina of Riverside)
See the September 3 Assembly floor vote

Aug. 30 update: In the Assembly Appropriations Committee, SB 276 passed 11 to 4, with 3 not voting; All Democrats voted yes, except Democrats Ed Chau and Brian Maienschein abstained. Four Republicans voted no (William Brough, Tyler Diep, Vince Fong, Jay Obernolte), while Republican Frank Bigelow abstained.

Earlier State Senate floor vote: 24 Democrats yes, all 10 Republicans no, 4 Democrats not voting

This bill would burden, frighten, and even prohibit pediatricians from providing any more medical exemptions for childhood vaccinations. SB 276 would impose on doctors a very restrictive government form, and permit the local or state government to deny any medical professional's recommendation of an exemption from risky vaccines. In essence, pediatricians are threatened with a bureaucrat's rejection of a medical exemption issued by a doctor to protect a vulnerable child. This bill contains virtually no exemption for vaccine-damaged children or genetically-susceptible siblings of vaccine-damaged children, casting a blind eye to the vaccine damage already done to children due to the genetic weaknesses of various families. Authored by Democrat State Senator Richard Pan of Sacramento, and co-authored by 3 other Democrats.


Status: Signed by Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom on September 18, 2019

And here's the big media's biased reporting of it, never naming what AB 5 is -- more Big Government and more Socialism:

Newsom signs landmark bill rewriting California employment law -- California businesses will be limited in their use of independent contracts under a closely watched proposal signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday, a decision that is unlikely to quell a growing debate over the rules and nature of work in the 21st century economy. John Myers in the Los Angeles Times Levi Sumagaysay in the San Jose Mercury Dustin Gardiner in the San Francisco Chronicle Kathleen Ronayne Associated Press -- 9/18/19

AB 5 is the biggest Big-Government bill at California's State Capitol, dominated by Democrats. By forcing many independent contractors to become employees, AB 5 tramples freedom, stifles choice, makes government bigger, and hurts many people financially. If you have a small business, you know it's "tax expensive" to have employees. Big Government has made it that way, and now the Big-Government Democrats want to make it even harder on business owners and contractors. The point of this scheme? Bring more tax dollars into the State's coffers.

In the early morning of September 14, the Democrat-run California State Legislature passed a related bill to exempt newspapers for one year. It's their last-ditch effort to get Gov. Newsom to sign AB 5.

On September 11, the Democrat-controlled California State Senate approved AB 5 on a party-line vote, Democrats for, Republicans against, and transmitted it to Gov. Newsom. Read more

On August 30, in the Assembly Appropriations Committee, AB 5 passed 5 to 2; Democrats for, Republicans against

Votes: See which legislators have voted for and against AB 5


AB 175: Forces foster parents to use girls' names, 'she,' and 'her' for sexually-confused biological boys, and vice versa for sexually-confused biological girls

Status: Signed October 2, 2019 by Governor Gavin Newsom without comment

On September 9, the State Assembly gave final approval to AB 175. See the vote. 59 Democrats voted yes, along with "Republicans" Jordan Cunningham of San Luis Obispo, Tyler Diep of Westminster, and Tom Lackey of Palmdale.

On September 4, the State Senate passed AB 175. See the vote: All 29 Democrats voted yes, along with 1 Republican, Scott Wilk of Santa Clarita. The rest of the Republicans voted no, except Ling Ling Chang and Jim Nielsen abstained

On August 30, in the Senate Appropriations Committee, AB 175 passed 5 to 2; Democrats for, Republicans against

Assembly floor vote: Voting yes were 57 Democrats and 2 Republicans (Jordan Cunningham of San Luis Obispo, Tyler Diep of Westminster); voting no were 8 Republicans; not voting were 9 Republicans and 5 Democrats

Forces all foster parents to call sexually-confused biological boys "she" and sexually-confused biologically girls "he." So with multiple "genders" rolling out, are brand-new pronouns coming too? Endless, unreliable subjectivity. Authored by Democrat Assemblyman Mike Gipson of Gardena/Compton/Carson


AB 493: Initiates sexually brainwashing government-school teachers to further brainwash schoolchildren

Status: Signed October 12, 2019 by Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom who issued a pro-sexual-indoctrination news release

On September 10, the Democrat-controlled State Senate gave final approval to AB 493, followed by the Democrat-run State Assembly on September 11. In the Senate, voting yes for AB 493 were all 29 Democrats, plus Republicans Jim Nielsen and Scott Wilk. In the Assembly, voting yes were virtually all the Democrats, plus Republicans Jordan Cunningham, Tom Lacky, and Chad Mayes.

On August, in the Senate Appropriations Committee, AB 493 passed passed 5 to 2; Democrats voting yes, while Republican Brian Jones voted no and Republican Patricia Bates abstained. Earlier, AB 493 passed Senate Education Committee (June 10). Voting yes were 5 Democrats and 1 Republican (Scott Wilk of Santa Clarita); not voting was Republican Ling Ling Chang of Diamond Bar

Assembly floor vote: Voting yes were 56 Democrats and 5 Republicans (Phillip Chen of Diamond Bar, Jordan Cunningham of San Luis Obispo, Tyler Diep of Westminster, Tom Lackey of Palmdale, and Chad Mayes of Yucca Valley); Zero assemblymembers voted no; 19 were not voting (14 Republicans and 5 Democrats)

The final, amended version of AB 394 mandates that the State Department of Education by July 2021 "develop resources or, as appropriate, update existing resources for in-service training on schoolsite and community resources for the support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) pupils, and strategies to increase support for LGBTQ pupils and thereby improve overall school climate." This mandatory development of school materials sets the stage for a future bill mandating perverse in-service training upon all government-school teachers. The purpose? To sexually indoctrinate teachers so they, in turn, will sexually brainwash impressionable students with biological lies. Authored by homosexual Democrat Assemblyman Todd Gloria of San Diego and the San Diego area coast and 5 other homosexual Democrat state legislators.



SB 159: Spreads disease by eliminating a physician’s care and accountability for anti-HIV drugs

Status: Signed on Oct. 7, 2019 by Governor Gavin Newsom

See this very liberal, biased "news" story from an "LGBTQ journalist"

On August 30, in the Assembly Appropriations Committee, SB 159 passed 17 to 0: All Democrats and Republicans voting yes, except Republican William Brough abstained. Earlier, SB 159 passed the Assembly Health Committee (July 9); voting yes were 10 Democrats and 3 Republicans

Senate floor vote: Voting yes were 27 Democrats and 8 Republicans; 1 Republican, Brian Jones of San Diego County, voted no; not voting were 1 Republican and 1 Democrat

Permits minors and adults to buy "pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)" without a prescription. With no restraint of sexual behavior, this encourages the opposite, increasing the risk of HIV/AIDS for more Californians. Without any accountability from a physician, SB 159 deceives more people by giving them false hope and placing them in harm's way. What ever happened to self-will and the ability to "just say no"? Authored by homosexual Democrat State Senator Scott Wiener of San Francisco and homosexual Democrat Assemblyman Todd Gloria of San Diego and the San Diego area coast and and Democrat Assemblyman Mike Gipson of Gardena/Compton/Carson



SB 495: Eliminates evidence of any harmful activities or proclivities of homosexuals, bisexuals, and transsexuals in child custody cases 

Status: On October 7, 2019, Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom signed SB 495 without comment

Sept. 3 Senate floor vote: 29 Democrats voting yes, along with 3 Republicans voting yes (Ling Ling Chang of Diamond Bar, Jim Nielsen of Chico/Yuba City/Roseville, Scott Wilk of Santa Clarita); the rest of the Republican senators voted no.

State Assembly floor vote: On August 26, SB 495 passed Assembly floor with the yes votes of all 60 Democrats + "Republicans" Tom Lackey of Palmdale and Chad Mayes of Yucca Valley, while the 17 remaining Republicans abstained. 

Initial State Senate floor: On April 8, voting yes for SB 495 were every Democrat + 2 "Republicans" -- Ling Ling Chang and Scott Wilk (all other Republicans abstained)

Requires family court judges to cast a blind eye to the logic and evidence of greater chance of sexual abuse of children by homosexual and transsexual parents and their "friends." Because this bill specifically bans judges from considering "the sex, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation" of a parent, no more will the reality of sexual proclivities matter when determining which parent's custody would be in the best interest of children. The harmful conduct of pornography, alcohol, recreational drugs, prostitution, and more might be considered, but not the harmful sexual habits and activities of a homosexual, bisexual, or transsexual parent. Where's the logic in this? Authored by Democrat State Senator Maria Elena Durazo of downtown Los Angeles and three homosexual Democrat state senators: Atkins, Galgiani, and Wiener.


AB 711: Forces schools to retroactively falsify a student's ‘sex’ on former student records 

Status: Signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom on August 30 after passing the Legislature on August 23

Assembly floor vote: Joining nearly all Democrats in voting yes were 5 Republicans -- Phillip Chen, Jordan Cunningham, Tom Lackey, Chad Mayes, and Jay Obernolte (all the rest of the Republicans were not voting)

Senate floor vote: Voting yes were all 29 Democrats, along with pro-"LGBTQIA+" "Republican" Scott Wilk of Santa Clarita (all the rest of the Republicans were not voting)

Mandates that school records of former students can be fraudulently altered in order to label sexually-confused biological boys as "female" and sexually-confused biological girls as "male," despite their chromosomes and original birth certificate stating otherwise. This bill plans to further lock confused people into a harmful delusion and push sexual lies on government employees. Will future bills require changing yearbook photographs and identifying captions? Good-bye, facts of life. Authored by Democrat Assemblyman David Chiu of San Francisco



ACR 27: Honoring another dishonorable, perverse activist 

Status: Approved by the State Assembly (resolutions do not go to the governor)

This brings homosexual-bisexual-transsexual activists closer to their goal of a "gay" Martin Luther King, Jr. "Better" for recruiting blacks into their unnatural, unhealthy, unbiblical, tyrannical political agenda is a resolution honoring homosexual activist and black civil rights activist Bayard Rustin, a close advisor to MLK, who was arrested in 1953 in Pasadena, California for having homosexual "sex" with two younger men in a parked car. They're honoring this? Authored by Democrat Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo of downtown Los Angeles


ACR 99: Blaming churches for homosexuals' and transsexuals' inner problems

Status: Approved by the Legislature (resolutions do not go to the governor)

On September 9, ACR 99 was given final approval by the State Assembly. See the vote. Voting yes were 59 Democrats and 2 "Republicans," Jordan Cunningham of San Luis Obispo and Chad Mayes of Yucca Valley.

On September 4, ACR 99 passed the State Senate floor. See the vote: All 29 Democrats voted yes. Republicans voting no were Borgeas, Dahle, Jones, Moorlach, Morrell, Nielsen, Stone; not voting were Bates, Chang, Grove, Wilk

On August 27, ACR 99 passed the Senate Judiciary Committee 7 to 2; Democrats for, Republicans against

Assembly floor vote: Approved June 24 by voice vote after coauthors added (see list); authored/coauthored by 62 Democrats and 1 Republican, Chad Mayes of Yucca Valley)

One of the worst resolutions in California history -- unfairly blaming biblical pastors, churches, and even pro-family organizations for the inner depression of homosexuals and transsexuals -- has no "teeth" but displays the anti-Christian agenda of its authors. Despite sexual behavior choices that conflict with human nature and natural body function, the homosexual-activist sponsors of this resolution call "LGBTQ" good and natural and call Biblical values (and Science, which shows there's no 'gay gene') bad and unscientific. 

The falsely-premised ACR 99 states, in part: "The stigma associated with being LGBTQ often created by groups in society, including therapists and religious groups, has caused disproportionately high rates of suicide, attempted suicide, depression, rejection, and isolation amongst LGBTQ and questioning individuals ... the Legislature calls upon religious leaders with conviction to counsel on LGBTQ matters from a place of love, compassion, and knowledge of the psychological and other harms of conversion therapy ... in addressing the stigma often associated with persons who identify as LGBTQ, we call on the people of California–especially its counselors, pastors, religious workers, educators, and legislators–and the institutions of California with great moral influence–especially its churches, universities, colleges, and other schools, counseling centers, activist groups, and religious centers–to model equitable treatment of all people of the state..."

For years, Democrat politicians in Sacramento have been voting against religious freedom. But with a new supermajority in Sacramento, they've become bolder with ACR 99. So they're openly slandering pastors and churches by falsely accusing them of being responsible for other people's own sinful problems, and by demanding they embrace and promote homosexuality, bisexuality, and transsexuality by going against the Bible, science, health, and sanity.

Realize that ACR's demand for "equitable treatment" means demanding that pastors and churches regard homosexuality and transsexuality to be seen as equal to man-woman marriage, equal to Christians, equal to good deeds and holiness in the Scriptures. The Democrats pushing ACR 99 have a not-so-secret-agenda to force churches to "marry" homosexuals, teach congregations (especially young Sunday school children) that boys can be "girls" and girls can be "boys," etc. This resolution calls right "wrong" and wrong "right" in its agenda to eliminate real help and redemption for those struggling with sexual bondage.


SB 132: Permits sexually-confused, biological male convicted criminals to be housed with female prisoners, with zero concern for women's sexual safety 

Status: Dead for the year. On Sept. 12, "Ordered to inactive file on request of Assembly Member Calderon."

On August 30, in the Assembly Appropriations Committee, SB 132 passed 13 to 5; Democrats for, Republicans against 

Senate floor vote: Voting yes were 28 Democrats and "Republican" Ling Ling Chang of Diamond Bar; the remaining Republicans voted no, except pro-"LGBTQIA+" Republican Scott Wilk abstained.

As World Magazine describes, this radical bill disrupting order in prisons "would require the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to ask individuals entering department custody about their gender identity and then to house them in correctional facilities for men or women based on that self-reported identity—with or without a diagnosis of gender dysphoria and regardless of anatomy or criminal history. The bill would also require facility staff use an inmate’s preferred name, pronoun, and honorific, and would allow inmates to change their gender identity while in prison."


SB 145: Eliminates sex offender tracking for certain statutory rapes or molestation of minors by homosexuals 

Status: Dead for the year.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports, "SB145, by Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco ... was held in the Assembly Appropriations Committee until next year."

Earlier, SB 145 passed the Assembly Public Safety Committee on July 9 (Democrats for, Republicans against)

Senate floor vote: Voting yes were 25 Democrats; voting no were 3 Republicans (Shannon Grove of Kern County, Brian Jones of north San Diego County, Mike Morrell of Rancho Cucamonga and parts of San Bernardino and Riverside counties); not voting were 7 Republicans and 3 Democrats

Exempts many "sex offenders" from having to register as "sex offenders." The bill says exempt from having to register as a "sex offender" will apply to anyone that's within 10 years older of a minor who has sexual experiences with that minor. This ranges from 27-year-old man who has homosexual "sex" with a 17-year-old boy, a 23-year-old man who has homosexual "sex" with a 13-year-old boy, a 19-year-old man who has homosexual "sex" with a 9-year-old boy, etc. Imagine how a new ability to avoid the sex-offender label will only encourage more sexual misdeeds. Authored by homosexual Democrat State Senator Scott Wiener of San Francisco 


SB 201: Eliminates parental rights and doctors’ recommendations for corrective surgery for infants with abnormal or ambiguous genitals

Dead for the year.

Prohibits parents from deciding, or a physician from recommending, corrective surgery for babies born biologically male or female, according to their XX (male) or XY (female) chromosomes, respectively, but who have deformed, abnormal or opposite-sexgenital deformity that can be surgically corrected in infancy so that the child grows up without being confused by it. Severely trampling parental rights, this bill attacks fathers and mothers, while destroying what is often a simple solution that greatly helps biological boys' or biological girls' bodies and minds. Authored by homosexual Democrat state senator Scott Wiener of San Francisco and Democrat senators Jim Beall of San Jose and Cathleen Galgiani of San Joaquin County; and Democrat assemblymembers Wendy Carrillo of Los Angeles, David Chiu of San Francisco, Todd Gloria of San Diego, Kevin McCarty of Sacramento, Bill Quirk of Hayward, Phil Ting of San Francisco


AB 307: Forces recipients of state grants for youth homelessness to promote homosexuality, transsexuality, and endless ‘genders,’ with zero religious accommodation 

Status: Dead for the year. 

Didn't escape its final Senate committee; "Held under submission." Assembly floor vote: 74 to 0 (All but 3 Republicans joined nearly all the Democrats in support)

Requires pro-"LGBTQ" hiring and training for community programs receiving government grants to help transient youth. Of course, this unfairly discriminates against strong Christians or those of other faiths who believe in man-woman marriage and the natural design of male and female. How will this affect churches that participate in government homeless programs? Authored by Democrat Assemblywoman Eloise Gomez Reyes of San Bernardino and a dozen Democrats and one Republican, Tom Lackey of Palmdale/Lancaster


SB 741: Eliminates legal evidence in order to change ‘gender’ on state certificates 

Status: Dead for the year.

Did not pass the Assembly Appropriations Committee; "July 9 set for first hearing canceled at the request of author" 

Senate floor vote: Voting yes were every Democrat, plus 2 Republicans -- Ling Ling Chang and Scott Wilk (all other Republicans voted no)

Makes a bad situation worse by promulgating transsexual fraud in California. The current law permits a sexually-confused biological man to claim he's "female" or a biological woman to claim she's "male." What's more, this bill would delete any requirement to go to court to declare this "change," and would also automatically apply this fraud to marriage certificates once a birth certificate has been altered by mere declaration. Under this logic, why not declare you're an animal or a Martian? There's no test or record required, so whatever you say you are is accepted at face value. Authored by homosexual Democrat State Senator Cathleen Galgiani of San Joaquin County


AB 650: Diminishes the value of murder victims by requiring questions in every murder case that elevate ‘the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community’ above everyone else 

Status: Dead for the year.

This bill would require the State Attorney General to require quarterly reports on "the sexual orientation and gender identity of a victim of a violent death" and would create a statewide committee composed of state database workers, local law enforcement, and "advocates for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community" to establish the standards and forms for these quarterly reports.

For all practical purposes, AB 650 would pester and subject family and friends of people who've been murdered, killed in an automobile or workplace accident, or who've committed suicide to new mandatory questions from police about whether the deceased was "gay," "lesbian," "bisexual," "transgender," "questioning," "intersex," and the list goes on. Elevating a political agenda above the sanctity of life for murder victims will bother survivors and diminish the severity of the crime. Why doesn't this bill require police to ask whether the murder victim was a "Christian, "a churchgoer," "faithfully married," "an honest person," etc.? Because those pushing this want to elevate their unnatural, unhealthy, tyrannical sexual agenda above all else. This bill is not only disrespectful, it's unfair. Authored by homosexual Democrat Assemblyman Evan Low of Campbell, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Saratoga and homosexual Democrat Assemblyman Todd Gloria of San Diego and the San Diego area coast


INSIGHT: Why all these bad bills? 

Who's behind the aborting of pre-born babies with your tax dollars, the brainwashing of children, tyranny against free speech, religious freedom, and private property, a lot of sexually-transmitted diseases, depression and suicide stemming from sexual addictions?

In California, the abortion industry and homosexual-bisexual-transsexual activists and their Democrat politicians, who dominate the California State Legislature, are pushing a raft of awful bills. And by extension, anyone who supports abortion or "gay rights" and votes for Democrats is, intentionally or unintentionally, behind these bills too.

For example, "Equality California," composed of homosexual and transsexual activists, pushes an endless number of "genders," is against parental rights, religious freedom, private property rights, and fairness for dissenting views; and defies science proving the harm of homosexuality, bisexuality, and transsexuality.