Legislative Weekly File: Jan. 9-13

Jan. 8, 2012 | What is your representative in Sacramento doing this week? Here’s the weekly comings-and-goings for the East Bay’s contingent of lawmakers in Sacramento featuring committee schedules and links to current bills from Sens. Ellen Corbett and Loni Hancock; Assemblymembers Mary Hayashi, Sandre Swanson, Bob Wieckowski and Nancy Skinner.

MONDAY, Jan. 9, 2012

Banking and Financial Institution Committee

CORBETT SB 708 Residential mortgage loans; foreclosure proceedings

TUESDAY, Jan 10, 2012
Public Safety Committee

HANCOCK SB 210 Prisoners; alternative incarceration

WEDNESDAY, Jan 11, 2012
Governance and Finance Committee

HANCOCK SB 874 Community colleges; parcel taxes

Health Committee

CORBETT SB 804 Health care districts; transfer of assets

Governor’s Vetoes

SB 168 Corbett Act relating to petitions; must be considered by Feb. 15, 2012.
SB 601 Hancock Act relating to prisons; must be considered by March 3, 2012.

MONDAY, Jan. 9, 2012
Natural Resource Committee

SKINNER AB 1054 Energy; clean energy financing
SKINNER AB 1359 Solid waste; landfills, evidence of financial ability; closure and post foreclosure maintenance

Revenue Taxation Committee

WIECKOWSKI AB 234 Healthy food options
SKINNER AB 318 Corporate taxes: franchise tax board: tax expenditures: reporting transparency in government Internet Web site

Transportation Committee

WIECKOWSKI AB 819 Bikeways

TUESDAY, Jan 10, 2012
Judiciary Committee

WIECKOWSKI AB 1321 Money judgments; earnings with holdings

Public Safety Committee

SWANSON AB 801 Code enforcement officers

WEDNESDAY Jan 11, 2012
Housing and Community Development Committee

CORBETT SB 880 Common interest development; electric vehicle charging stations

Governor’s Vetoes

SWANSON AB 559 Act relating to civil actions. Vetoed Sept. 26, 2011.
HAYASHI AB 200 Act relating to physical education. Oct. 4, 2011.
WIECKOWSKI AB 450 Act relating to CSU food vendors. Oct. 8, 2011.
SWANSON AB 267 Act relating to employment. Oct. 9, 2011.
SKINNER AB 568 Act relating to inmates. Oct. 9, 2011.