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THE Nooner for December 20, 2017

 

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DISTRICT UPDATES

  • AD39 (East San Fernando Valley): removed Monica Ratliff (D) 
  • AD57 (Whittier): added Jessica Martinez (R)

 

 

 

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CLASSIFIEDS

Add your classified of up to 100 words by emailing scott@scottlay.com for $40/week.
 
  • Small, downtown Los Angeles boutique law firm is looking for a political, election and nonprofit organization attorney. Research and draft memoranda regarding federal, state and local political and election law and nonprofit organization issues; assist in preparation and review of campaign finance and lobbying reports; provide verbal and written advice to clients; prepare tax-exempt organization applications, tax returns and provide advice regarding structure of nonprofit organizations; assist with litigation in election and campaign matters; assist with enforcement actions and complaints; serve as counsel in ballot measure and independent expenditure campaigns; provide advice regarding campaign communications and all other legal compliance issues.

    Two to five years of relevant experience; demonstrated interest in political and election law as well as nonprofit organizations; strong writing skills, flexibility, attention to detail; excellent academic credentials; law review or journal experience preferred. Email resumes to Ana Simeonova, Office Manager, ana@politicallaw.com

  • For 30 Years PDI has been the California’s premier data vendor. Now, you can get live online trainings on the newest PDI software every week :

    - Tuesday 4PM Intro Training https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/7974123804544951041
    - Wednesday 10AM Advanced Training https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/5939475338323113986
    - Thursday 10AM Intro Training https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/9139751265522417409
    - Thursday 4PM Field Canvassing Training https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/2643687035041950723

  • California YIMBY is a new statewide advocacy organization working to pass legislation to end California’s housing shortage by empowering and growing the YIMBY movement.

    California YIMBY is seeking a Finance and Operations Director to join our leadership team.  Reporting to the CEO, the Finance and Operations Director will build the internal organization processes and infrastructure that will allow California YIMBY to grow and fulfill its mission.  

    Go to http://www.aroundthecapitol.com/r.html?s=n&l=http://www.cayimby.org/job to read full job description. Apply by sending resume and cover letter in pdf format to jobs@cayimby.org.
  • Internship: Paid internship involving campaigns for Republican candidates, statewide initiatives and issue advocacy. Those who have previously held a job/internship and exemplify strong writing, research and communications skills will be given preference. Compensation is hourly and DOE. Job to begin in January 2018.  Please send cover letter and resume to: justin@meridianhq.com
  • The Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs is a prestigious, graduate-level program that equips early career professionals with tools and training to be effective leaders able to work across differences, solve complex problems, and create positive impact. The Fellowship is offered at five centers across the country and it’s open to anyone who has completed a Bachelor’s Degree. There is no GPA requirement and diversity across all measures is highly valued. The application deadline is January 17, 2018.

    For more information, contact Shana Love, National Recruitment Manager at: slove@coronorcal.org and fill out our online Interest Form
  • Space Available on L Street, across from Capitol.  One well-furnished executive office & assistant station.  Great views of Capitol.  Use of in-suite 10-person conference room, kitchen & color printer/copier.  $2,500/mo.  Contact Michael Daft @ 916.448.3075 or mdaft@apreamicheli.com 

  • California State Student Association seeks Government Relations Associate
    The position is responsible for identifying and tracking legislation relevant to the organization. Additionally, the position will be responsible for externally representing the organization in legislative meetings and committees. Lastly, the position will be responsible for advising our board of directors and legislative affairs committee. For more information and to apply, visit http://www.aroundthecapitol.com/r.html?s=n&l=http://apptrkr.com/1126853
  • See Your Future Differently from Here with a Master of Public Policy degree from the Pepperdine School of Public Policy. Overlooking panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean from Malibu, our unique policy graduate program melds quantitative analysis with political philosophy, applied history, constitutional law, and strategy to prepare policy leaders for an impactful and successful career in the private sector, non-profit arena, and government service. Standardized test admission requirement is waived for legislative staffers. Learn more at publicpolicy.pepperdine.edu/masters-6/

  • DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 1ST. Historic building located just steps from the Capitol! Approximately 1700 square feet on the 8th Floor, West side, of the Eleventh and L Building. Suite details: open reception area, 4 private offices, large conference room, work room for copier & supplies, kitchen. For further information, please contact Eleventh and L Properties at (916)443-2496 or 1elprops@gmail.com.

  • The McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, in Sacramento offers the Master of Public Administration (MPA) and the Master of Public Policy (MPP) degrees to both full-time students and those earning a professional degree while working. Our focus on the interconnections of law, policy, management, and leadership provides unique competencies for your success. Students gain a deep understanding of statutory interpretation and regulatory processes critical to modern governance. Learn more at go.mcgeorge.edu/publicpolicy, and sign-up for an information session or webinar or contact us at publicpolicy@pacific.edu.

TOP HEADLINES ON AROUNDTHECAPITOL.COM AS OF 12:00PM
1.7 Million Fewer Californians Would Have Insurance If Health Mandate Is Repealed, UC Berkeley Labor Center Estimates - San Francisco Chronicle
sfchronicle.com
Up to 1.7 million people in California would no longer have health insurance by 2027 if the requirement under the Affordable Care Act to buy insurance or pay a tax penalty is repealed, according to estimates released Wednesday by the UC Berkeley Labor Center.

California Files Lawsuit To Protect Obama Methane Rule | The Sacramento Bee
Angela Hart @
sacbee.com
The go-to source for news on California policy and politics

Senate Investigators Scrutinize Another Presidential Candidate: Jill Stein
NICHOLAS FANDOS @

The Senate Intelligence Committee is examining links between Green Party candidate Jill Stein and Russia’s efforts to interfere with the 2016 election.

Billboard Company Owner Faces $15,000 Fine Over Political Donations
Emily Alpert Reyes @
beta.latimes.com
An attorney tied to a billboard company faces a proposed $15,000 fine from the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission for repeatedly violating city rules that limit how much campaign donors can give to politicians.

More Than Half Of Californians Oppose GOP Tax Bill, According To New Poll
Sarah D. Wire @
latimes.com
More than half of Californians oppose the GOP tax bill expected to be approved by Congress today, and just 20% believe it will have a p...

UC Berkeley Settles Sex Harassment Claim Against Professor For $80,000 - San Francisco Chronicle
sfchronicle.com
A UC Berkeley doctoral student whose academic career changed dramatically after an architecture professor placed his hand on her upper thigh and proposed they become “close friends” has agreed not to sue the University of California in exchange for an $80,000 settlement, The Chronicle has learned.

L.A. Real Estate Developer And Billboard Executive Fined Over Political Donations
Emily Alpert Reyes @
latimes.com
A real estate developer and a billboard executive were fined Tuesday by the Los Angeles City Ethics Commission for flouting city rules that restrict how much donors can give to politicians.

Poll: Voters support new transit taxes, especially on Uber, Lyft
sfgate.com
A majority of San Franciscans want improvements to the city’s roads and Muni system — and they think businesses, including Uber, Lyft and food-delivery services, should pay for them, according to a survey by the San Francisco Transportation Authority. The poll is part of an effort to figure out how to pay for an estimated $22 billion in transit and street improvements, which a mayoral transportation task force says are needed between now and 2045. Pollsters Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates of Oakland conducted the survey of 1,013 registered San Francisco voters considered likely to cast ballots next November. The survey was taken Dec. 1-7 by phone and online. The margin of error is 3.

San Bernardino Woman, Detained By Ice Despite Being U.S. Citizen, Sues
Andrea Castillo @
latimes.com
A San Bernardino hairdresser who was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement despite being an American citizen for 20 years has filed a lawsuit.

The House Votes on Tax Bill
REUTERS @

The House mustered enough support to move forward with a sweeping G.O.P. tax plan on Tuesday. However, the House will have to vote again Wednesday after the Senate parliamentarian rejected three provisions in the Senate bill.

A U.S. Citizen Says Her Rights Were Violated After She Was Detained By Immigration Authorities In San Bernardino
Paloma Esquivel, James Queally @
beta.latimes.com
The ACLU is suing the San Bernardino Sheriff's Department and Immigration and Customs Enforcement after 60 year-old Guadalupe Plascencia of San Bernardino, was arrested in a case of mistaken identi

New Tax Law Limits Californians' Ability To Prepay, Other Hacks | The Sacramento Bee
Emily Cadei @
sacbee.com
The go-to source for news on California policy and politics

'reasonable Rates' Is Stricken From CpUC Mission Statement - The San Diego Union-tribune
Jeff McDonald @
sandiegouniontribune.com
The commission published the strategic directive in August as a way of spelling out its governance policies and practices. The 52-page document addresses how the agency makes decisions and manages safety, compliance and other issues.

Schumer: GOP tax bill is â

Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Dec. 20 called Republicans’ tax bill “an absolute disgrace” as senators were expected to vote on the plan.

Wineries Could Raise A Glass To Tax Bill - San Francisco Chronicle
sfchronicle.com
The Republican tax bill could be a boon to wineries in Napa and Sonoma.

Puerto Rico Governor Vows Midterm Revenge For Tax Bill - Politico

Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló says he plans to mobilize 5.3 million Puerto Ricans living on the mainland to shake up the midterm elections in states ranging from Florida to California.

New Blow For Uber As Top Eu Court Says It's A Taxi Company | The Sacramento Bee
ANGELA CHARLTON and ARITZ PARRA @
sacbee.com
Ride-hailing service Uber suffered a new blow Wednesday as the European Union's top court ruled that it should be regulated like a taxi company and not a technology service, a decision that crimps its activities around Europe and could weigh on other app-based companies too.

Rubio, Puerto Rico Governor Spar Over Tax Reform - Politico

The disagreement between the two leaders centers on provisions of the new bill that could put companies in Puerto Rico at a competitive disadvantage because they would be treated as if they are offshore firms, subject to higher taxes than mainland-based corporations.

Senate Panel Rejects Trump's Pick To Lead Export-import Bank, A Leader In The Effort To Shut It Down
Jim Puzzanghera @
latimes.com
Opened during the Great Depression, the bank helps U.S. companies sell their products overseas by providing loan guarantees to foreign buyers and other assistance for sales of goods manufactured domestically.