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E-196 - Tuesday, August 20, 2019
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RECENT AURAL PLEASURE:
UPDATED: Lawsuit information page for SB 27 (McGuire and Wiener): Primary elections: ballot access: tax returns.
- AD36 (Palmdale): added Lourdes Everett (D)
IN TODAY'S NOONER:
- Use of deadly force
- Wildfire insurance
- Voter Fraud
USE OF DEADLY FORCE: Governor Gavin Newsom yesterday signed AB 392 (Weber and McCarty). For CalMatters, Dan Morain and Laurel Rosenhall report "Newsom signed the legislation amid unusual fanfare, convening numerous legislators, family members of people who have died in police shootings and advocates including civil-rights leader Dolores Huerta in a courtyard at the Secretary of State’s building used in the past for inaugurations and other formal events."
The bill takes effect January 1. Byrhonda Lyons and Rosenhall have a video explainer of the changes in the law for CalMatters.
TOBACCO: This afternoon at 1:30, Assembly Health will hear AB 1639, Assemblymember Adam Gray's tobacco bill. Also up is Susan Rubio's SB 538 to require e-cigarette manufacturers to provide a written physical description and a photograph of each type of electronic cigarette sold.
Meanwhile, JUUL and Philip Morris were sued yesterday for racketeering in an Illinois federal court.
"PG&E Corp. shares plunged after a judge ruled that a jury can determine whether it should pay as much as $18 billion in damages to wildfire victims.
The California utility giant fell as much 29% to $10.11 in New York on Monday, the biggest intraday decline since the company signaled plans to file for bankruptcy in mid-January. PG&E's bonds also declined."
CVRA: Sharon Yoon-Hendricks reports in the Bee the local governments in the region are moving to by-district elections.
"The California Voting Rights Act, which took effect in 2003, prohibits at-large elections that prevent minority groups from electing candidates of their choice, or from influencing the outcome of an election, by means of diluting their votes across a municipality."
Davis City Council approved the move last week and Roseville is considering it.
VOTER FRAUD: Sam Stanton reports in the Bee that a Sacramento man is in federal court after being accused of voter fraud. The twist is a big Trump supporter. Stanton writes:
"On Monday in federal court in Sacramento, a man accused of coming to the United States from Mexico and voting illegally in elections for the past 20 years went on trial on charges of aggravated identity theft, voting by an alien and making a false statement on a passport application."
CANNABIS: In the Bee, Andrew Sheeler writes up a new report that forecasts that the legal cannabis market will exceed illicit sales in five years. Sheeler writes:
"The forecast, from BDS Analytics and Arcview Market Research, estimates that California’s total cannabis market is expected to earn about $12.8 billion this year, with $8.7 billion going to illicit operators and $3.1 billion to the state-authorized market.
However, in 2024 legal marijuana sales are forecast to reach $7.2 billion, surpassing the projected $6.4 billion in illicit cannabis sales."
WILDFIRES: In the Bee, Dale Kaslow and Ryan Sabalow report that insurance companies are dropping customers or much-higher premiums in wildfire areas.
CAKEDAY and CLASSIFIEDS after the jump...
CAKEDAY: Happy birthday to Sherri Loveland, Danny Martinez, and Alex Vassar!
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Digital Organizers, SEIU-UHW (Los Angeles and Oakland)
We are looking for a dynamic and effective Digital Organizers to help us build our online community and support our online-to-offline lead-generation efforts. In this position it is all about using new media and digital tools to organize, advocate on our issues, and increase member and community engagement with also providing personal one-on-one communications with people who are engaging SEIU-UHW. It is a public-facing position involving direct communication with our members, supporters, and the public via multiple online platforms. The ideal candidate has organizing or customer service experience, is already personally active on social media, and is passionate about things like ladders of engagement and moving people from online to offline activism (and vice versa). SEIU-UHW offers a competitive salary range of $56k - $102k to commensurate with experience and a generous benefit package. For more information and to apply please visit our candidate portal at http://seiuunitedhealthcareworkers.appone.com/.
Paid Internship with Meridian Pacific, Inc.
Internship re: campaigns for Republican candidates, statewide initiatives and issue advocacy. At Meridian Pacific, Inc. we have diverse opportunities for the interns that work with us. This internship has the opportunity to work with Republican candidates, statewide initiatives, issue advocacy, local and statewide ballot measures, grassroots activation, public affairs campaigns, political campaigns for local, state and federal candidates, as well as event planning.
Interns will write press releases and other materials, assist with mailings and print production, complete research projects, perform data entry, learn the basics of office functions, work on surveys, compile contact lists, attend/work political functions, etc.
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SEIU-UHW – Regional Political Organizer (Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA)
The Political/Community Regional Organizer is responsible for a broad range of program objectives to build and strengthen our infrastructure and engage our members to be a powerful force at their worksites, in the legislative process, in the community and at the ballot box. Proven track record is a must. Competitive salary and excellent benefits. For more information on the position and to apply please visit our candidate portal at seiuunitedhealthcareworkers.appone.com/.
Director of Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy, California Housing Partnership (Sacramento)
The Director of Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy works in close coordination with California Housing Partnership’s CEO and senior leadership team to advance California state legislation and regulations and to a lesser extent, federal housing legislation and funding in Washington, D.C., that further our mission. The position provides a focal point for legislative and regulatory policy work internally and also coordinates positions and efforts with our external allies in California and D.C. This is a full time, exempt position located in Sacramento, and reports to the CEO.
To apply: Send Cover Letter and Resume to Amanda Isbell (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line “Application for Director of Legislative and Regulatory Advocacy – [YOUR LAST NAME]” by Thursday, August 29, 2019.
Planned Parenthood; President & CEO (Sacramento)
The President and CEO is responsible for directing the statewide public policy efforts in partnership with the seven Planned Parenthood affiliates throughout California. Develops, implements and manages state and federal legislative, lobbying, advocacy, fundraising, organizing and electoral strategies and programs that advance the mission of California Affiliates. Requirements: BA/BS in public policy/government relations or related area and 7 years demonstrated leadership experience in public policy environment. Master’s Degree in law or public health desired. Frequent travel required. Email resume to email@example.com
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