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McCarty.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>2</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1123" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1123</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Mayes et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to dispute resolution.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>May 11</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Mayes.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>3</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB832" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 832</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Cristina Garcia et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to child abuse.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>May 26</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Cristina Garcia.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>4</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB993" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 993</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Committee on Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security (Assembly Members Bonta (Chair)) et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to state employees, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 54</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 1</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Bonta.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>5</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB431" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 431</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Gray et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to gambling.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 1</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Gray.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>6</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB710" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 710</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Brown.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to local control and accountability plans.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 3</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Brown.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>7</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160ACA2" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.C.A.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 2</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Mullin et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to elections.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 54</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 3</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Mullin.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>8</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB357" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 357</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Chiu et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to employment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Chiu.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span 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class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>10</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB356" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 356</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Williams et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to oil and gas.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 11</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Williams.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>11</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SJR4" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.J.R.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 4</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Lara et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>Relative to the Sally Ride statue.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jul. 2</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>12</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB203" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 203</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Obernolte et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to forestry and fire prevention.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jul. 13</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Obernolte.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>13</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB777" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 777</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Lara.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to gambling.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 20</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>14</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB969" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 969</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Williams et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Concurrence)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to community college districts.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 1</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Williams.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>15</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB524" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 524</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Lara et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to care facilities.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 2</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>16</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB253" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 253</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Monning et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to juveniles.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 2</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>17</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB614" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 614</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Leno et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to Medi-Cal.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 3</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Cristina Garcia.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>18</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB775" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 775</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Allen.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to tenancy.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span 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class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>23</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB315" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 315</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Monning et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to health care, and making an appropriation therefor.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 8</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>24</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB654" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 654</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>De León.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to hazardous waste.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 8</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>25</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB209" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 209</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Pavley.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to surface mining.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 8</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>26</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB260" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 260</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Monning.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to Medi-Cal.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 9</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Bonta.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>27</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB175" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 175</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Huff et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to peace officers.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 9</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>28</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB556" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 556</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>De León.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to victims of crime.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 10</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>29</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB187" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 187</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Hall.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to horse racing.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 10</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>30</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB308" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 308</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Wieckowski.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to bankruptcy.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 10</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>31</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB443" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 443</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Mitchell et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to forfeiture.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 11</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>32</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB734" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 734</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>De León.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to public lands.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 11</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>33</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB435" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 435</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Pan.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to health care.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 12</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'>A<span class='FileItemPrefix_emdash'>&mdash;</span></span><span class='FileItemNum'>34</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB441" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 441</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Leno.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'>(Third Reading)</span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to redevelopment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 12</span><span class='Description'><p> To inactive file on motion of Assembly Member Holden.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span></span></div>

SENATE THIRD READING FILE

DFID: 
38274
Sequence No: 
60
Agenda: 
<div class='agenda'><span class='Items'><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>100</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB503" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 503</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Hernandez et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to health care coverage.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 2</span><span class='Description'>In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 18</span><span class='Description'>Referred to Com. on HEALTH.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jul. 7</span><span class='Description'>July 7 hearing postponed by committee.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jul. 15</span><span class='Description'>From committee: Do pass as amended and re-refer to Com. on APPR. with recommendation: To consent calendar. (Ayes 19. Noes 0.) (July 14).</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jul. 16</span><span class='Description'>Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 19</span><span class='Description'>August 19 set for first hearing. Placed on APPR. suspense file.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 28</span><span class='Description'>From committee: Do pass. (Ayes 17. Noes 0.) (August 27). Read second time. Ordered to third reading.</span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>101</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB104" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 104</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to the California State University.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Mar. 23</span><span class='Description'>In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Mar. 23</span><span class='Description'>Referred to Com. on BUDGET.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 24</span><span class='Description'>Joint Rule 62(a) suspended.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 25</span><span class='Description'>From committee with author's amendments. Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on BUDGET.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 26</span><span class='Description'>From committee with author's amendments. Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on BUDGET.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 27</span><span class='Description'>From committee: Do pass. (Ayes 27. Noes 0.) (August 27).</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 31</span><span class='Description'>Read second time. Ordered to third reading.</span></span></span></span></span></span></span></div>

ASSEMBLY THIRD READING FILE

DFID: 
38274
Sequence No: 
50
Agenda: 
<div class='agenda'><span class='Items'><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>99</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1335" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1335</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Atkins et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to housing, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 54</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Feb. 27</span><span class='Description'>Introduced. To print.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Mar. 1</span><span class='Description'>From printer. May be heard in committee March 31.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Mar. 2</span><span class='Description'>Read first time.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Mar. 23</span><span class='Description'>Referred to Com. on H. &amp; C.D.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Apr. 20</span><span class='Description'>From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on H. &amp; C.D. Read second time and amended.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Apr. 21</span><span class='Description'>Re-referred to Com. on H. &amp; C.D.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Apr. 29</span><span class='Description'>From committee: Amend, and do pass as amended and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 5. Noes 1.) (April 29).</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Apr. 30</span><span class='Description'>Read second time and amended.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>May 4</span><span class='Description'>Re-referred to Com. on APPR.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>May 14</span><span class='Description'>From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on APPR. Read second time and amended.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>May 18</span><span class='Description'>Re-referred to Com. on APPR.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>May 20</span><span class='Description'>In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR. suspense file.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>May 28</span><span class='Description'><p> From committee: Do pass. (Ayes 12. Noes 4.). (May 28).</p> </span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 1</span><span class='Description'>Read second time. Ordered to third reading.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 3</span><span class='Description'><p> Read third time and amended. Ordered to third reading. (Ayes 48. Noes 26.)</p> </span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Assembly Rule 69(d) suspended.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span></span></div>

UNFINISHED BUSINESS &ndash; Motions to Reconsider

DFID: 
38274
Sequence No: 
40
Agenda: 
<div class='agenda'><span class='Items'><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>97</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160SB7" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>S.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 7</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Wolk et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to housing.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>May 5</span><span class='Description'>In Assembly. Read first time. Held at Desk.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>May 22</span><span class='Description'>Referred to Coms. on H. &amp; C.D. and W., P., &amp; W.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 17</span><span class='Description'>From committee: Do pass as amended and re-refer to Com. on W., P., &amp; W. (Ayes 7. Noes 0.) (June 17).</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 18</span><span class='Description'>Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on W., P., &amp; W.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jul. 7</span><span class='Description'>From committee with author's amendments. Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on W., P., &amp; W.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jul. 15</span><span class='Description'>From committee: Do pass as amended and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 10. Noes 4.) (July 14).</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jul. 16</span><span class='Description'>Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 19</span><span class='Description'>August 19 set for first hearing. Placed on APPR. suspense file.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 28</span><span class='Description'>From committee: Do pass as amended. (Ayes 12. Noes 4.) (August 27).</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 31</span><span class='Description'>Read second time and amended. Ordered to second reading.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 1</span><span class='Description'>Read second time. Ordered to third reading.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 4</span><span class='Description'>Read third time and amended. Ordered to third reading.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 8</span><span class='Description'>Read third time. Refused passage. (Ayes 29. Noes 28. Page 2976.) Motion to reconsider made by Assembly Member Williams.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 9, 10, 11</span><span class='Description'><p> Motion to reconsider continued.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>98</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB533" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 533</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Bonta.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to health care coverage.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 10</span><span class='Description'><p> Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Assembly. (Ayes 25. Noes 10.)</p> </span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 10</span><span class='Description'>In Assembly. Concurrence in Senate amendments pending.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 12</span><span class='Description'><p> Assembly refused to concur in Senate amendments. (Ayes 38. Noes 10.) Motion to reconsider on the next legislative day made by Assembly Member Bonta.</p> </span></span></span></span></span></span></span></div>

UNFINISHED BUSINESS &ndash; Governor’s Vetoes of Budget Items

DFID: 
38274
Sequence No: 
30
Agenda: 
<div class='agenda'><span class='ObjectionMessage'></span><span class='Items'><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>96</span></span><span class='BudgetItemNum'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB93" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink">A.B. No. 93</a> —Weber.<span class='BudgetItemNum_endash'>&ndash;</span></span><span class='BudgetItemDesc'>An act relating to the state budget, to take effect immediately, budget bill.</span><span class='BudgetItemVeto'>[REFER TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL ASSEMBLY FILE PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2015, FOR BUDGET ITEM VETOES]</span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 15</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4:30 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 24</span><span class='Description'>Approved by the Governor with item veto.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 24</span><span class='Description'>Chaptered by Secretary of State - Chapter 10, Statutes of 2015.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jun. 24</span><span class='Description'>Consideration of Governor's item veto pending.</span></span></span></span></span></span><span class='ApprovalMessage'></span><span class='GovName'></span></div>

UNFINISHED BUSINESS &ndash; Governor’s Vetoes

DFID: 
38274
Sequence No: 
20
Agenda: 
<div class='agenda'><span class='Items'><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>2</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1451" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1451</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Chávez.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to workers’ compensation.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 3</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 3 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 12</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 17</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1451 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill adds full-time lifeguards employed by the City of Oceanside to the list of employees who are entitled up to one year of leave, paid at full salary without payroll tax deductions, if they suffer an illness or injury that arises out of their job duties.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Recent data indicates public employers&#39; costs related to this disability leave benefit have increased at an alarming rate. These cost figures give me pause to extend this benefit further in state law. If the City of Oceanside wishes to offer full salary in lieu of temporary disability for one year to their regular full-time lifeguards, they are free to do so by means of the collective bargaining process. Eligibility for this benefit is best left to the City of Oceanside, not the state, to determine.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>3</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB251" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 251</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Levine et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to public works.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 3</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 3 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 17</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 17</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 251 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This measure seeks to codify a definition of the term &#39;de minimis&#39; to determine what level of public subsidy triggers prevailing wage requirements on an otherwise private project.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Longstanding practice has been to view the subsidy in context of the project and use 2% as a general threshold for determinations. There has been no showing that the current practice is unreasonable.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> While I remain a staunch supporter of prevailing wages I am concerned that this measure is too restrictive and may have unintended consequences. Two years ago, I cited the same concerns when I returned a similar bill without my signature. This measure does not adequately address those concerns.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>4</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB464" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 464</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Mullin et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to taxation.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 3</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 3 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 17</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 17</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 464 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill would raise, on a blanket basis, the limit on local transactions and use tax for all counties and cities from two percent to three percent.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Although I have approved raising the limit for individual counties, I am reluctant to approve this measure in view of all the taxes being discussed and proposed for the 2016 ballot.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>5</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB272" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 272</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Lackey et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to employment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Aug. 24</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 3:30 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 8</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 8</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 272 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill would impose, for the first time, liability upon public entities for claims of discrimination brought by volunteer peace officers.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Last year I signed AB 1443, which afforded protection against harassment to all volunteers, including peace officers. That bill makes sense, but I am not convinced that the expanded liability included in this bill does.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>6</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB362" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 362</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Waldron et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to state printing.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 14</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 21</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 362 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill authorizes the Department of General Services to engage in a demonstration project to use sustainable practices which may include but are not limited to, the use of &quot;process free printing plates.&quot;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I support efforts to reduce the water, chemical, and energy use associated with printing, however, the Department currently has sufficient authority to explore new methods of achieving such reductions without this legislation. In fact, the Office of State Publishing is currently prioritizing the procurement and use of new printing technologies that lessen environmental impacts, and continues to seek new methods of conserving water, energy, and paper. A new law authorizing an optional demonstration project is simply unnecessary.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>7</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1412" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1412</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Perea et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to redevelopment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 22</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1412 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill establishes a separate process to allow the successor agency to the City of San Joaquin&#39;s former redevelopment agency to repay a specific loan owed by the former redevelopment agency to the city.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Today, I have signed SB 107, which provides a more general process to facilitate successor agencies&#39; repayment of loans which cities and counties made to their former redevelopment agencies. I believe this latter process is more appropriate and should be sufficient.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>8</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB85" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 85</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Wilk.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to state government, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 9</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 28</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 85 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill expands the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act to include state advisory bodies, regardless of their size.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> My thinking on this matter has not changed from last year when I vetoed a similar measure, AB 2058. I believe strongly in transparency and openness but the more informal deliberation of advisory bodies is best left to current law.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>9</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB161" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 161</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Chau et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to athletic trainers.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 28</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 161 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill prohibits a person from using the title of athletic trainer unless they have received a bachelor&#39;s degree and are certified by a national certification body. I vetoed a nearly identical measure last year and continue to believe that the conditions set forth in this bill impose unnecessary burdens on athletic trainers without sufficient evidence that changes are needed.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> &nbsp;</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>10</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB210" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 210</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Gatto.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to highways.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 28</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 210 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The bill limits the 24/7 carpool lane controls on specified segments of the 134 and 210 freeways in Los Angeles to the hours of heavy commuter traffic.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I vetoed a nearly identical bill last session. I continue to believe that carpool lanes are especially important in Los Angeles County to reduce pollution and maximize the use of freeways. Therefore, we should continue to retain the current 24/7 carpool lane control.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>11</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB804" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 804</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Roger Hernández.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to shorthand reporters.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 28</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 804 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would require the Court Reporters Board to establish continuing education requirements for renewal of a shorthand reporter certificate.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This measure is very similar to SB 671, which I vetoed in 2011. My view then was that, &quot;the whole idea of legally mandated continuing education is suspect in my mind.&quot; My thinking hasn&#39;t changed.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>12</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB943" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 943</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Travis Allen.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to charter schools.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 1</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 28</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 943 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill explicitly directs the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence to contract with a fiscal entity that has a &quot;record of success&quot; in working with charter schools to improve pupil outcomes.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The Collaborative is already directed under current law to contract with individuals with expertise, experience and a record of success. I am confident that the Collaborative, which began meeting in February and is composed of five appointees including two appointees from the Legislature, can handle it. Moreover, this bill strikes me as a bit of micromanagement that might well constrain the Collaborative in the exercise of its responsibilities.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>13</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB74" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 74</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Calderon et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to care facilities.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 30</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 74 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would require the Department of Social Services to inspect licensed child care facilities once a year beginning January 1, 2019.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Earlier this year, the 2015-16 Budget Act increased the frequency of inspections of licensed child care facilities to once every three years. Further increasing the frequency of these inspections may be a worthy goal, but the cost of this change should be considered in the budget process.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>14</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB757" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 757</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Gomez.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to healing arts.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 9</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 30</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 757 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would allow unlicensed personnel to perform a total protein refractometer test designed to monitor the protein level of plasma donors.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Failure to perform and report this test accurately could lead to serious health consequences for the donor. The California Department of Public Health does not believe that the standards outlined in the bill for persons to perform this test ensure the health and safety of plasma donors.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>15</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1232" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1232</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Cristina Garcia.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to insurance.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 10</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 30</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1232 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill provides a person who has been denied a license as an insurance agent, broker, or solicitor an additional option to request a hearing from the Department of Insurance Administrative Hearing Bureau.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would create a redundancy in government and removes an impartial body from the appeal process when no demonstrable problem has been proven to exist. The current process, which allows an applicant to request a specific hearing date from the Office of Administrative hearing, appears to be sufficient.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>16</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB254" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 254</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Roger Hernández et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to elections.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 14</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 1</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 254 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would eliminate two currently authorized off-cycle election dates from state law.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Earlier this year I signed SB 415 which will consolidate most off-cycle local elections with established statewide elections, with certain exceptions.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While I share the author&#39;s desire to boost turnout in local elections, I am hesitant to restrict local governments from availing themselves of the full election authority contained in SB 415.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>17</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB267" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 267</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Jones-Sawyer.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to criminal procedure.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 1</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 267 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires the court to provide a criminal defendant with information about a wide array of potential consequences of a guilty plea.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I believe ensuring adequate consideration of the various consequences of a criminal conviction prior to a guilty plea is the responsibility of the defendant&#39;s counsel, who is best situated to determine which advisements are appropriate and meaningful to the defendant.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>18</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB410" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 410</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Obernolte et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to state government.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 10</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 1</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 410 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires the Department of Finance to post on its website all approved Budget Change Proposals and requires all state agencies to post on their website any report it submits to a committee of the legislature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I share the author&#39;s belief in governmental transparency, but existing law already requires departments to post legislatively mandated reports online. Moreover, in January, the Department of Finance will have up and running a dedicated website for all approved Budget Change Proposals.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>19</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1378" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1378</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Holden.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to taxation, to take effect immediately, tax levy.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 10</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 2</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1378 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would allow each spouse in a marriage to submit a separate base-year property tax valuation transfer claim.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I think this bill is too broad and allows an already generous property tax benefit to be allowed a second time on a larger scale.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I do not believe that it would be prudent to authorize legislation such as this that would result in significant long-term costs to the General Fund.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>20</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB144" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 144</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Mathis et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to dumping.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 3</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following nine bills without my signature:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 144</p><p> Assembly Bill 849</p><p> Senate Bill 168</p><p> Senate Bill 170</p><p> Senate Bill 271</p><p> Senate Bill 333</p><p> Senate Bill 347</p><p> Senate Bill 716</p><p> Senate Bill 722</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Each of these bills creates a new crime - usually by finding a novel way to characterize and criminalize conduct that is already proscribed. This multiplication and particularization of criminal behavior creates increasing complexity without commensurate benefit.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Over the last several decades, California&#39;s criminal code has grown to more than 5,000 separate provisions, covering almost every conceivable form of human misbehavior. During the same period, our jail and prison populations have exploded.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Before we keep going down this road, I think we should pause and reflect on how our system of criminal justice could be made more human, more just and more cost-effective.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>21</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB487" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 487</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Gonzalez et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to parole.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 3</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 3</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 487 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill would require the state parole board to notify the district attorney whenever an inmate makes a request to advance a parole hearing date and would allow district attorneys to offer their views on whether a date should in fact be advanced.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> District attorneys have been participating in parole hearings at least since 1978. This is appropriate given the district attorney&#39;s unique perspective. The timing of hearings, however, is best left to the wise discretion of the parole board, as articulated in the unanimous 2013 California Supreme Court decision in<em> In re Vicks</em> (2013), 56 Cal.4th 274.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>22</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB849" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 849</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Bonilla.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to crimes.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 15</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 3</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following nine bills without my signature:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 144</p><p> Assembly Bill 849</p><p> Senate Bill 168</p><p> Senate Bill 170</p><p> Senate Bill 271</p><p> Senate Bill 333</p><p> Senate Bill 347</p><p> Senate Bill 716</p><p> Senate Bill 722</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Each of these bills creates a new crime - usually by finding a novel way to characterize and criminalize conduct that is already proscribed. This multiplication and particularization of criminal behavior creates increasing complexity without commensurate benefit.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Over the last several decades, California&#39;s criminal code has grown to more than 5,000 separate provisions, covering almost every conceivable form of human misbehavior. During the same period, our jail and prison populations have exploded.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Before we keep going down this road, I think we should pause and reflect on how our system of criminal justice could be made more human, more just and more cost-effective.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>23</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB429" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 429</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Dahle et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to public contracts.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 5</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 429 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires state agencies to provide a bid preference for California products when contracting for lumber and solid wood products.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> In recent years I have signed sweeping reforms into law that have reduced fees and regulatory burdens on California&#39;s forestry industry. These reforms have helped the industry compete on a level playing field.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While I encourage the purchase of California products, especially when price and quality are equal, this bill could invite costly legal challenges for little benefit. For this reason I cannot sign it.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>24</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB514" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 514</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Williams.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to local government.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 14</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 5</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 514 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill increases the maximum amount of administrative fines and penalties that counties can impose for violations of certain local ordinances.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The public&#39;s health and safety is compromised when people willfully violate county ordinances. Deterring such behavior is a worthwhile goal. This bill, however, lacks the balance needed to prevent unintended consequences, especially on those with modest means and those who are unfamiliar with their local ordinances.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>25</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1060" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1060</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Bonilla.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to cancer.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 5</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1060 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would direct the California Health and Human Services Agency to create a non-profit foundation to solicit donations to fund participation in cancer clinical trials.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Numerous private organizations already perform this fundraising function. While I support eliminating barriers to take part in clinical trials, I am hesitant to place this new burden on the Health and Human Services Agency which is managing a huge expansion of our health care system.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>26</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB305" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 305</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Gonzalez et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to employment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 6</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 305 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill prohibits the use of certain gender-related characteristics in the calculation of permanent disability benefits for injuries occurring on or after January 1, 2016.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The workers compensation system must be free of gender-bias. No group should receive less in benefits because of an immutable characteristic. However, this bill is based on a misunderstanding of the American Medical Association&#39;s evidence-based standard, which is the foundation of the permanent disability ratings, and replaces it with an ill-defined and unscientific standard.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>27</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB764" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 764</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Quirk et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to parking lots.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 6</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 764 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would require the Building Standards Commission to consider standards for installation of vehicle barriers in the design of any new building.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Local governments have jurisdiction over local commercial buildings and may impose additional building standards. I believe it would be more prudent to leave the matter of vehicle barrier installation to the building owners and local authorities.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>28</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1542" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1542</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Mathis et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to workers’ compensation, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 14</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 6</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1542 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires the Division of Worker&#39;s Compensation to appoint qualified clinical neuropsychologists as Qualified Medical Examiners.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill undermines the Division of Workers&#39; Compensation&#39;s authority to apply consistent standards when it determines eligible medical specialties for the Qualified Medical Evaluator panel.&nbsp; The Division is not in the position to determine the validity of a physician&#39;s qualifications.&nbsp; That power resides with the physician&#39;s licensing board.&nbsp; If the Board of Psychology believes there is value in recognizing neuropsychology as a subspecialty, it should do so.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>29</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB36" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 36</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Campos.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to local government.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 7</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 36 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires a local agency governing body to hold a public meeting prior to the acquisition of certain surplus military equipment.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Transparency is important between law enforcement and the communities they serve, but it must be tempered by security considerations before revealing law enforcement equipment shortages in a public hearing. This bill fails to strike the proper balance.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Moreover, the bill is unnecessary, as President Obama&#39;s Executive Order 13688 will implement a similar requirement for governing bodies to grant approval of surplus military equipment.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>30</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB176" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 176</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Bonta et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to data collection.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 7</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 176 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 176 would require the Regents of the University of California, the Trustees of the California State University, the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges and the Department of Managed Health Care to collect and report demographic information for Asians, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders by specified ethnic categories after the next census.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> To be sure, there is value in understanding data on race, ethnicity, gender and other aspects of identity. On a broad level, these demographic data can signal important changes in society. On a practical level, they can help elucidate how our laws and programs can be shaped to reflect a changing population.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Despite this utility, I am wary of the ever growing desire to stratify. Dividing people into ethnic or other subcategories may yield more information, but not necessarily greater wisdom about what actions should follow. To focus just on ethnic identity may not be enough.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> CSU, community colleges, and UC already provide many ways in which to self-identify, including choosing among several ethnic identities. In the case of CSU, there are 50 choices for API applicants alone. Codifying the collection and reporting of at least 12 API groups several years into the future appears unnecessary, or at least premature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>31</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB317" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 317</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Maienschein.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to veterinary medicine.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 14</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 7</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 317 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would exempt a temporary animal shelter from certain provisions of state laws during a declared state of emergency.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While this bill is well-intentioned, the Department of Food and Agriculture and the Office of Emergency Services are concerned it could lead to confusion during a disaster. I am directing both offices to work with the author to identify possible ways to achieve the objectives of this bill in ways that are consistent with California&#39;s Standardized Emergency Management System.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>32</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB522" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 522</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Burke et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to public contracts.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 7</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 522 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires the Director of Technology to develop a standardized performance assessment system for information technology contracts.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While holding technology contractors accountable for their performance is important, this bill is not necessary because it duplicates what the Department of Technology is already doing.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>33</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB580" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 580</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>O'Donnell.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to pupil health.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 7</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 580 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires the California Department of Education to develop model referral protocols to address the appropriate and timely referral by school staff of students with mental health concerns.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> California does not currently have specific model referral protocols for addressing student mental health as outlined by this bill. However, the California Department of Education recently received a grant from the federal Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to identify and address critical student and family mental health needs.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> It&#39;s premature to impose an additional and overly prescriptive requirement until the current efforts are completed and we can strategically target resources to best address student mental health.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>34</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1526" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1526</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Committee on Aging and Long-Term Care (Assembly Members Brown (Chair)) et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to public health.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 7</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1526 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would require the California Department of Public Health to include questions from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention&#39;s Caregiver Module in its annual public health survey.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The department already has a process to determine the questions to be included in the survey each year. This law bypassed that process, and for that reason I am vetoing it.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>35</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB504" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 504</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Gonzalez.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to land use.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 8</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 504 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill authorizes a city to contract with a nonprofit public benefit corporation to perform ministerial planning functions and requires the city to retain all other planning functions.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This legislation imposes statewide rules on local land use planning that are intended to address a dispute in one jurisdiction. These are issues that should be determined at the local level.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>36</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB573" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 573</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Medina et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to higher education, making an appropriation therefor, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 23</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 8</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 573 would extend Cal Grant eligibility for former students of Heald College and create a grant program within the Attorney General&#39;s office to fund nonprofit organizations providing free legal services to former students of Corinthian Colleges.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am sympathetic to the many students who were enrolled at Corinthian Colleges when the company abruptly shuttered its doors earlier this year. I signed SB 150, which prevents students whose loans have been discharged from being penalized a second time with a significant tax bill on the value of the loan discharge, which they can ill afford to pay.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The U.S. Department of Education has taken the matter of loan discharge seriously. In recent months, it has greatly eased the burden of filings for many students, and its work to provide a simple, swift and fair process for students continues. As such, it appears premature to create an attorney grant program, especially one that provides little direction on how funds should be used.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While the bill&#39;s provisions to extend Cal Grant eligibility for Heald students are well-intentioned, I am not comfortable creating new General Fund costs outside of the budget process, particularly given the Cal Grant augmentations already included in this year&#39;s budget. For these reasons, I am returning this bill without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>37</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB696" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 696</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Jones-Sawyer.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to criminal procedure.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 8</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 696 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would allow an out-of-custody misdemeanor defendant to ask the court at arraignment rather than at trial to determine whether or not probable cause exists.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I understand the potential benefits to a defendant in having the court make this determination earlier in the process. However, the impact on the courts is unclear and could well be significant. I would welcome a small, carefully crafted pilot to assess the impact of this proposal.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>38</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1042" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1042</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Cooper.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to professions and vocations.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 8</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1042 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill expands the definition of a proprietary private security officer to include either a person who wears a security uniform or provides a security function. Under this new definition more people would need to register with the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Registration and licensing can help protect consumers and the public, but they can also create barriers to entry. I am not convinced that enough evidence currently exists to justify expanding the definition of a proprietary private security officer to include bouncers who work at nightclubs and bars.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>39</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1351" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1351</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Eggman et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to deferred entry of judgment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 8</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1351 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> AB 1351 would transform the existing deferred entry of judgment program available to low level drug offenders to one that does not require a guilty plea. Instead, the offender would plead not guilty and when the program is completed, the charges would be dropped. If the offender fails to complete the program, the prosecutor would proceed with the charges at that time.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While I support the goal of giving low-level offenders a second chance, I am concerned that the bill eliminates the most powerful incentive to stay in treatment - the knowledge that judgment will be entered for failure to do so. The bill goes too far.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>40</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1361" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1361</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Burke.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to student financial aid.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 8</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1361 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill authorizes a current or former member of the United States Armed Forces to receive a California Community College Transfer Cal Grant entitlement award, even if the student is over 28 years of age unless the student received a dishonorable discharge.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While the bill is well intentioned, our California veterans are provided with many different educational benefits including federal Montgomery GI benefits and eligibility to pay California residence fees for both themselves and their dependents at the University of California, the California State University and California Community Colleges. I am not comfortable creating new General Fund costs outside of the budget process, particularly given the Cal Grant augmentations already included in this year&#39;s budget.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>41</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB47" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 47</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>McCarty et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to preschool.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 23</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 47 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The bill would require state preschool programs to be available to all children, who are not already in transitional kindergarten and are eligible for subsidies, by June 30, 2018, contingent on a sufficient appropriation.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Last year&#39;s education omnibus trailer bill already codified the intent to make preschool and other full-day, full year early education and care opportunities available to all low-income children. The discussion on expanding state preschool - which takes into account rates paid to providers as well as access and availability for families - should be considered in the budget process, as it is every year. A bill that sets an arbitrary deadline, contingent on a sufficient appropriation, is unnecessary.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>42</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB82" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 82</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Cristina Garcia et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to vehicles.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 15</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 82 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to provide men with the option to register with the U.S. Selective Service System when applying for an original driver&#39;s license.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> In view of the relatively easy ways that young men can register for the U.S. Selective Service System such as registering online, at their high school, or at a local post office, I don&#39;t think this new responsibility for the Department of Motor Vehicles is advisable.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>43</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB97" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 97</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Weber.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to in-home supportive services.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 97 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would require the California Department of Social Services to reprogram the In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) payroll system so that paychecks issued by the system would include payment for home care service hours authorized by both IHSS and managed health care plans.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While I support streamlining the payment system for home care service workers, we have yet to find a permanent fund source to restore the seven percent reduction in recipients&#39; authorized hours. When that fiscal uncertainty has been resolved, I would be open to reconsidering the policy in this bill.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>44</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB101" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 101</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Alejo et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to pupil instruction.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 101 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would require the Superintendent of Public Instruction to oversee the development of a model curriculum in ethnic studies for adoption by the State Board of Education.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill creates what is essentially a redundant process.&nbsp;The Instructional Quality Commission is in the midst of revising the History-Social Science Framework, which includes guidance on ethnic studies courses.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Creating yet another advisory body specific to ethnic studies would be duplicative and undermine our current curriculum process.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>45</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB221" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 221</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Dababneh.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to vehicles.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 221 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to study the feasibility of creating a &quot;digital driver license&quot; for smartphones and report the results to the Legislature no later than December 1, 2016.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While the idea of a digital license sounds innovative, it poses numerous technical difficulties. Given the many new responsibilities that the Department of Motor Vehicles is already dealing with, I don&#39;t believe this bill is advisable.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>46</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB561" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 561</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Campos.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to agricultural labor relations.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 561 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires the Agricultural Labor Relation&#39;s Board to process all decision orders within one year upon finding an employer liable for benefits due to unfair labor practices. This bill also requires employers who appeal a Board order to post a bond in the amount of the entire economic value of the order.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While I support the overall goal of this bill, I am concerned that the timeline proposed does not provide for unexpected delays or litigation. In most cases the Board is able to expedite final adjudication of monetary awards within 18 months.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> As I stated in my veto message on SB 25 last year, I believe what is needed is a balanced approach to resolving issues concerning the fair and effective enforcement of the Agricultural Labor Relations Act. As such, I am directing the Board to examine the current process and make the necessary internal reforms to provide for more timely orders. &nbsp;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>47</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB825" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 825</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Rendon et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to the Public Utilities Commission.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 23</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Senate Bill 18, Senate Bill 48 and Assembly Bill 825 without my signature.&nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> These bills include various provisions to increase transparency and accessibility to the Public Utilities Commission. I support the intent of these bills and many of their proposed reforms, however some additional work is needed to ensure that they achieve their intended purposes and can be effectively implemented.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Allowing Bagley-Keene and Public Records Act lawsuits to be brought against the Commission by any interested party in Superior Court, rather than exclusively in the Courts of Appeal and the California Supreme Court, will only result in increased litigation and likely delay Commission decision-making. It will not improve public access to critical information about the actions of regulated entities. Amending Section 583 of the Public Utilities Code to require more information to be publicly available is a much better way to ensure that the public is provided with this information.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Moreover, the Commission needs sufficient funds to fully accomplish some of these reforms, such as holding more public meetings outside of San Francisco, shortening the timeframe for concluding formal ratesetting and quasi-legislative proceedings and expanding the scope of the information required to be posted on the CPUC&#39;s web site. I am directing the Commission to work with the Legislature through the budget process to ensure the necessary funds are dedicated to accomplish these needed reforms.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>48</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB895" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 895</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Rendon.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to public utilities.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 23</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 895 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires all energy crisis settlement agreements entered into by the Attorney General and Public Utilities Commission to be monetary, and specifies that the priority use of settlement funds is to reduce ratepayer rates.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Although I agree with the intent to maximize ratepayer benefits from energy crisis settlements, this bill unreasonably limits the range of solutions that may well serve the public interest.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>49</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB968" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 968</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Williams et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to postsecondary education.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 968 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The bill would require all public and private postsecondary educational institutions to note suspension or expulsion on a student&#39;s transcript for the period of time the student is ineligible to reenroll at the institution.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Colleges currently have the ability to make a notation if a student is suspended or expelled, and community colleges already may deny or conditionally admit a student who has previously been expelled or is under expulsion proceedings. If further protection is needed to screen transfer applications, that is something best left to individual colleges themselves.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Campus safety is a serious issue - one that has received much attention and led to several changes in law and policy. Increased vigilance may still be necessary, but I would caution against overcorrections that could result in some individuals being marked for the rest of their lives.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While the desire to provide students with safe campuses is well-intentioned, I am not prepared to support this mandate.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>50</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1023" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1023</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Rendon.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to the Public Utilities Commission.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 25</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 2 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Senate Bill 660 and Assembly Bill 1023 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> These bills aim to improve the public accessibility and transparency in decision-making at the Public Utilities Commission.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> There are many important and needed reforms in this package of bills. Unfortunately, taken together there are various technical and conflicting issues that make the over fifty proposed reforms unworkable. Some prudent prioritization is needed.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> These reforms should include greater public access through technology improvements, incorporating public comments into the record, more Commission meetings outside of San Francisco, amending Section 583 of the Public Utilities Code to require more information to be publicy available, facilitating greater deliberation among Commissioners through Bagley-Keene reform to improve decisionmaking and some tightening the rules on certain ex-parte communications.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am directing my office to work with the authors on drafting these reforms and to ensure the Commission receives the necessary resources to implement them swiftly and effectively.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>51</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1043" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1043</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Salas.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to state highways.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 9</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1043 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill adds State Route 43 to the list of interregional routes, thereby making it eligible to compete for state interregional funds to cover the costs of capital improvement projects.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> However, Caltrans has determined that State Route 43 is not an interregional route eligible for this funding. Therefore, I cannot sign this bill.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> A better alternative to funding improvements to State Route 43 is to enact a long-term, sustainable transportation funding solution in the current special session.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>52</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB10" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 10</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Gatto.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to the Political Reform Act of 1974.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 10 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill makes several changes to the Political Reform Act of 1974, including significant changes to reporting requirements on statements of economic interests.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The Political Reform Act already requires public officials to disclose their income, investments and business activities with enough particularity so that conflicts of interest can be identified. This bill adds yet more complexity to existing reporting requirements without commensurate benefit, and I am not convinced that this bill will provide more useful information to the public.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>53</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB35" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 35</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Chiu et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to taxation, to take effect immediately, tax levy.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 25</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 2 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following nine bills without my signature:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 35</p><p> Assembly Bill 88</p><p> Assembly Bill 99</p><p> Assembly Bill 428</p><p> Assembly Bill 437</p><p> Assembly Bill 515</p><p> Assembly Bill 931</p><p> Senate Bill 251</p><p> Senate Bill 377</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Each of these bills creates a new tax credit or expands an existing tax credit.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Despite strong revenue performance over the past few years, the state&#39;s budget has remained precariously balanced due to unexpected costs and the provision of new services. Now, without the extension of the managed care organization tax that I called for in special session, next year&#39;s budget faces the prospect of over $1 billion in cuts.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Given these financial uncertainties, I cannot support providing additional tax credits that will make balancing the state&#39;s budget even more difficult. Tax credits, like new spending on programs, need to be considered comprehensively as part of the budget deliberations.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>54</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB50" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 50</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Mullin.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to perinatal care.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 23</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following six bills without my signature;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 50</p><p> Assembly Bill 858</p><p> Assembly Bill 1162</p><p> Assembly Bill 1231</p><p> Assembly Bill 1261</p><p> Senate Bill 610</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> These bills unnecessarily codify certain existing health care benefits or require the expansion or development of new benefits and procedures in the Medi-Cal program.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Taken together, these bills would require new spending at a time when there is considerable uncertainty in the funding of this program. Until the fiscal outlook for Medi-Cal is stabilized, I cannot support any of these measures.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>55</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB68" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 68</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Waldron.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to Medi-Cal.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 15</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 68 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would grant a Medi-Cal beneficiary the right to an urgent appeal when a Medi-Cal managed care plan denies coverage for a drug prescribed for the treatment of epilepsy.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The health plans are already required to have effective up-to-date drug formularies and expedited appeal processes to cover situations when health care services, including epilepsy drugs, are denied. I believe establishing a separate urgent appeal for this specific medical condition is unnecessary.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>56</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB80" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 80</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Campos et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to state government.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 80 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would establish the Interagency Task Force on the Status of Boys and Men of Color.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> How state policy can be tailored to promote the well-being of boys and men of color is profoundly important. These issues, however, are best addressed through concrete actions, not another non-binding commission. The Legislature and the Administration are working on the critical issues raised by this bill, such as the Local Control Funding Formula, healthcare expansion and criminal justice reform. Much more can be done, and I am committed to advancing this work.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>57</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB88" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 88</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Gomez et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to taxation, to take effect immediately, tax levy.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 14</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following nine bills without my signature:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 35</p><p> Assembly Bill 88</p><p> Assembly Bill 99</p><p> Assembly Bill 428</p><p> Assembly Bill 437</p><p> Assembly Bill 515</p><p> Assembly Bill 931</p><p> Senate Bill 251</p><p> Senate Bill 377</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Each of these bills creates a new tax credit or expands an existing tax credit.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Despite strong revenue performance over the past few years, the state&#39;s budget has remained precariously balanced due to unexpected costs and the provision of new services. Now, without the extension of the managed care organization tax that I called for in special session, next year&#39;s budget faces the prospect of over $1 billion in cuts.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Given these financial uncertainties, I cannot support providing additional tax credits that will make balancing the state&#39;s budget even more difficult. Tax credits, like new spending on programs, need to be considered comprehensively as part of the budget deliberations.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>58</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB99" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 99</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Perea et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to taxation, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 9</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following nine bills without my signature:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 35</p><p> Assembly Bill 88</p><p> Assembly Bill 99</p><p> Assembly Bill 428</p><p> Assembly Bill 437</p><p> Assembly Bill 515</p><p> Assembly Bill 931</p><p> Senate Bill 251</p><p> Senate Bill 377</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Each of these bills creates a new tax credit or expands an existing tax credit.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Despite strong revenue performance over the past few years, the state&#39;s budget has remained precariously balanced due to unexpected costs and the provision of new services. Now, without the extension of the managed care organization tax that I called for in special session, next year&#39;s budget faces the prospect of over $1 billion in cuts.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Given these financial uncertainties, I cannot support providing additional tax credits that will make balancing the state&#39;s budget even more difficult. Tax credits, like new spending on programs, need to be considered comprehensively as part of the budget deliberations.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>59</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB141" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 141</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Bonilla.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to teacher credentialing.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 141 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill prohibits a local educational agency from charging a teacher to complete a beginning teacher induction program. This prohibition will create a reimbursable mandate estimated to cost over $100 million annually.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The vast majority of local educational agencies provide induction and support to beginning teachers free of charge. I commend these entities for recognizing the importance of supporting and retaining new teachers.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> In addition to funding allocated through the Local Control Funding Formula, the state has provided $490 million in this year&#39;s budget to promote educator quality over the next three years. Part of this funding should be used to support new teachers. Creating a new mandate, however, is not the answer.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>60</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB172" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 172</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Rodriguez.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to hospital emergency departments.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 172 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would increase from six months to one year in county jail the maximum punishment for assault or battery of a healthcare worker inside an emergency department.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Emergency rooms are overcrowded and often chaotic. I have great respect for the work done by emergency room staff and I recognize the daunting challenges they face every day. If there were evidence that an additional six months in county jail (three months, once good-time credits are applied) would enhance the safety of these workers or serve as a deterrent, I would sign this bill. I doubt that it would do either.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> We need to find more creative ways to protect the safety of these critical workers. This bill isn&#39;t the answer.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>61</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB182" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 182</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Alejo et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to elections.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 182 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would apply the rules governing at-large elections in the California Voting Rights Act to challenges related to district-based elections.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I vetoed a similar bill last year, SB 1365 (Padilla), and my views have not changed. I believe the federal Voting Rights Act and the California Voting Rights Act provide important and sufficient safeguards to ensure that the electoral strength of minority voters is protected.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>62</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB428" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 428</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Nazarian et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to taxation, to take effect immediately, tax levy.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following nine bills without my signature:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 35</p><p> Assembly Bill 88</p><p> Assembly Bill 99</p><p> Assembly Bill 428</p><p> Assembly Bill 437</p><p> Assembly Bill 515</p><p> Assembly Bill 931</p><p> Senate Bill 251</p><p> Senate Bill 377</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Each of these bills creates a new tax credit or expands an existing tax credit.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Despite strong revenue performance over the past few years, the state&#39;s budget has remained precariously balanced due to unexpected costs and the provision of new services. Now, without the extension of the managed care organization tax that I called for in special session, next year&#39;s budget faces the prospect of over $1 billion in cuts.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Given these financial uncertainties, I cannot support providing additional tax credits that will make balancing the state&#39;s budget even more difficult. Tax credits, like new spending on programs, need to be considered comprehensively as part of the budget deliberations.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>63</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB437" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 437</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Atkins et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to small businesses, and making an appropriation therefor.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 14</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following nine bills without my signature:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 35</p><p> Assembly Bill 88</p><p> Assembly Bill 99</p><p> Assembly Bill 428</p><p> Assembly Bill 437</p><p> Assembly Bill 515</p><p> Assembly Bill 931</p><p> Senate Bill 251</p><p> Senate Bill 377</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Each of these bills creates a new tax credit or expands an existing tax credit.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Despite strong revenue performance over the past few years, the state&#39;s budget has remained precariously balanced due to unexpected costs and the provision of new services. Now, without the extension of the managed care organization tax that I called for in special session, next year&#39;s budget faces the prospect of over $1 billion in cuts.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Given these financial uncertainties, I cannot support providing additional tax credits that will make balancing the state&#39;s budget even more difficult. Tax credits, like new spending on programs, need to be considered comprehensively as part of the budget deliberations.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>64</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB483" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 483</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Patterson et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to healing arts.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 483 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill would require various programs - but not all - within the Department of Consumer Affairs to prorate license fees, based on how many months have elapsed between the initial issuance of a license and time of renewal.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Creating an equitable licensing fee is a policy I support. Such an endeavor, however, can be crafted more carefully and thoughtfully through regulation.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am directing the Department of Consumer Affairs to work with each board, bureau, and commission to devise a sound approach to gurantee that each licensee pays a fair amount.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>65</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB515" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 515</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Eggman et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to food banks.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 14</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following nine bills without my signature:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 35</p><p> Assembly Bill 88</p><p> Assembly Bill 99</p><p> Assembly Bill 428</p><p> Assembly Bill 437</p><p> Assembly Bill 515</p><p> Assembly Bill 931</p><p> Senate Bill 251</p><p> Senate Bill 377</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Each of these bills creates a new tax credit or expands an existing tax credit.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Despite strong revenue performance over the past few years, the state&#39;s budget has remained precariously balanced due to unexpected costs and the provision of new services. Now, without the extension of the managed care organization tax that I called for in special session, next year&#39;s budget faces the prospect of over $1 billion in cuts.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Given these financial uncertainties, I cannot support providing additional tax credits that will make balancing the state&#39;s budget even more difficult. Tax credits, like new spending on programs, need to be considered comprehensively as part of the budget deliberations.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>66</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB562" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 562</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Holden.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to ballots.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 562 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would move the Superintendent of Public Instruction to a new stand-alone category entitled &quot;STATEWIDE EDUCATION&quot; near the top of statewide ballots, instead of under the current heading of &quot;SCHOOL,&quot; along with other education officials.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Just as the Chief Justice is placed with all other judicial candidates -- both local and regional -- on the ballot, it stands to reason that the Superintendent of Public Instruction should be placed with all other educational candidates.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The current ballot order has existed with minimal changes for decades, and I don&#39;t think there is a good reason to change it now.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>67</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB676" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 676</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Calderon.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to employment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 676 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would prohibit an employer from discriminating against job applicants based on the applicant&#39;s status as unemployed.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill is substantially similar to the bill I vetoed last year. Nothing has changed. I still believe that the author&#39;s approach does not provide a proper or even effective path to get unemployed people back to work.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>68</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB706" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 706</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Bonilla et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to CaliforniaVolunteers.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 706 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill establishes the California AmeriCorps STEM program and authorizes CaliforniaVolunteers to form a non-profit foundation for fundraising purposes.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I applaud the author for promoting math and science through volunteerism in California, but without a funding source the program established in this bill would not be viable.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>69</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB745" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 745</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Chau.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to mental health.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 15</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 745 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would add an additional member to the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission with experience in supportive housing.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While supportive housing can help improve the lives of those with serious mental illness, I believe that the current commission -- with sixteen members -- is adequate to the task.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>70</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB787" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 787</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Roger Hernández et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to charter schools.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 787 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Under this bill, beginning January 1, 2017, a charter school could not &quot;operate as&quot; or be &quot;operated by&quot; a for-profit corporation.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I don&#39;t believe the case has been made to eliminate for-profit charter schools in California. Moreover, the somewhat ambiguous terms used in this bill could be interpreted to restrict the ability of non-profit charter schools to continue using for-profit vendors.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> For these reasons, I am unable to sign AB 787.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>71</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB858" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 858</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Wood et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to Medi-Cal.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following six bills without my signature;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 50</p><p> Assembly Bill 858</p><p> Assembly Bill 1162</p><p> Assembly Bill 1231</p><p> Assembly Bill 1261</p><p> Senate Bill 610</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> These bills unnecessarily codify certain existing health care benefits or require the expansion or development of new benefits and procedures in the Medi-Cal program.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Taken together, these bills would require new spending at a time when there is considerable uncertainty in the funding of this program. Until the fiscal outlook for Medi-Cal is stabilized, I cannot support any of these measures.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>72</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB861" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 861</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Maienschein.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to mental health services.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 861 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would require the Department of Health Care Services to mandate counties, as a condition of participation in a federal behavioral health demonstration program, to redirect a portion of any local savings to increasing housing opportunities for individuals with severe mental illness.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The department has not been awarded the federal grant nor approved as one of eight states to participate in the federal demonstration program. As such, this bill is premature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>73</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB883" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 883</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Low.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to employment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 883 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill seeks to vest in the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement an entirely new responsibility: to enforce a prohibition on job advertisements and communications that relate to a person&#39;s prior status as a public employee.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I think I understand what the sponsors intend, but the provisions in this bill could limit legitimate efforts of public jurisdictions to manage their workforce.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> For this reason, I am unable to sign the bill.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>74</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB931" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 931</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Irwin et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to taxation, to take effect immediately, tax levy.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following nine bills without my signature:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 35</p><p> Assembly Bill 88</p><p> Assembly Bill 99</p><p> Assembly Bill 428</p><p> Assembly Bill 437</p><p> Assembly Bill 515</p><p> Assembly Bill 931</p><p> Senate Bill 251</p><p> Senate Bill 377</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Each of these bills creates a new tax credit or expands an existing tax credit.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Despite strong revenue performance over the past few years, the state&#39;s budget has remained precariously balanced due to unexpected costs and the provision of new services. Now, without the extension of the managed care organization tax that I called for in special session, next year&#39;s budget faces the prospect of over $1 billion in cuts.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Given these financial uncertainties, I cannot support providing additional tax credits that will make balancing the state&#39;s budget even more difficult. Tax credits, like new spending on programs, need to be considered comprehensively as part of the budget deliberations.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>75</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1031" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1031</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Thurmond.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to public employee health benefits.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1031 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill creates ambiguity and could be interpreted to expand retiree health benefits by requiring local governments contracting with the California Public Employees&#39; Retirement System to reimburse retirees&#39; Medicare Part B premiums.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> These benefits should continue to be collectively bargained at the local level, not imposed by the state. This is particularly true, given the massive unfunded liability of state and local retiree health plans.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>76</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1162" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1162</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Holden et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to Medi-Cal.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following six bills without my signature;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 50</p><p> Assembly Bill 858</p><p> Assembly Bill 1162</p><p> Assembly Bill 1231</p><p> Assembly Bill 1261</p><p> Senate Bill 610</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> These bills unnecessarily codify certain existing health care benefits or require the expansion or development of new benefits and procedures in the Medi-Cal program.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Taken together, these bills would require new spending at a time when there is considerable uncertainty in the funding of this program. Until the fiscal outlook for Medi-Cal is stabilized, I cannot support any of these measures.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>77</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1231" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1231</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Wood.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to Medi-Cal.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following six bills without my signature;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 50</p><p> Assembly Bill 858</p><p> Assembly Bill 1162</p><p> Assembly Bill 1231</p><p> Assembly Bill 1261</p><p> Senate Bill 610</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> These bills unnecessarily codify certain existing health care benefits or require the expansion or development of new benefits and procedures in the Medi-Cal program.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Taken together, these bills would require new spending at a time when there is considerable uncertainty in the funding of this program. Until the fiscal outlook for Medi-Cal is stabilized, I cannot support any of these measures.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>78</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1261" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1261</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Burke et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to adult day health care.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 25</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 2 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning the following six bills without my signature;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Assembly Bill 50</p><p> Assembly Bill 858</p><p> Assembly Bill 1162</p><p> Assembly Bill 1231</p><p> Assembly Bill 1261</p><p> Senate Bill 610</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> These bills unnecessarily codify certain existing health care benefits or require the expansion or development of new benefits and procedures in the Medi-Cal program.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Taken together, these bills would require new spending at a time when there is considerable uncertainty in the funding of this program. Until the fiscal outlook for Medi-Cal is stabilized, I cannot support any of these measures.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>79</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1301" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1301</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Jones-Sawyer et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to elections.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1301 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would establish a state &quot;pre-clearance&quot; system under which certain political subdivisions are required to obtain approval from the Secretary of State before implementing policy changes related to elections.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While I agree that the impairment of key provisions in the federal Voting Rights Act deserves a national remedy, I am unconvinced that a California-only pre-clearance system is needed.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>80</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1342" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1342</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Steinorth et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to disability access.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 10</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1342 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would require a commercial property owner to include in lease forms or rental agreements a statement disclosing if the premises had been inspected by a certified access specialist.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I support the idea of providing owners and tenants the opportunity to address accessibility problems. This bill, however, also establishes two permanent positions funded from the General Fund, something more appropriately addressed in the annual budget process.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>81</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB159" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 159</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Calderon et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to drugs and devices.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 14</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 159 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would permit a pharmaceutical manufacturer to make an investigational drug available to a patient with an immediately life-threatening disease on the recommendation of two physicians.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Patients with life threatening conditions should be able to try experimental drugs, and the United States Food and Drug Administration&#39;s compassionate use program allows this to happen. The proposed changes to this program will streamline access to these drugs. Before authorizing an alternative state pathway, we should give this federal expedited process a chance to work.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>82</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB193" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 193</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Maienschein et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to conservatorships.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 193 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would authorize a probate court to order an investigation for a Lanterman-Petris-Short conservatorship for an individual currently under probate conservatorship.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Currently, professionals in charge of county mental health facilities are responsible for recommending an investigation for a Lanterman-Petris-Short conservatorship. This bill bypasses the clinical expertise of these professionals and for that reason I can&#39;t support it.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>83</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB332" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 332</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Calderon et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to insurance.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 332 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill would establish a nine-member task force to explore the design and implementation of a statewide long-term care insurance program.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Since the federal government and a number of private organizations have undertaken essentially the same task, I don&#39;t think that this bill is necessary. Moreover, I&#39;m hesitant to start down a path that may lead to a large and potentially costly new mandate.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>84</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB340" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 340</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Weber et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to postsecondary education.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 340 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The bill would require the California State University Trustees and the California Community Colleges Board of Governors to submit a report on campus climate every two years, and would request the University of California to do the same.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While I understand the desire to create a more vibrant, intellectually serious and inclusive campus environment at UC, CSU and the community colleges, each of their governing boards has already taken steps aimed at achieving these important goals. I believe the leaders of these institutions are committed to providing updates on current and future developments.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Codifying a biennial report, as provided in this bill, is not necessary.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>85</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB371" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 371</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Mullin et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to public social services.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 18</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 371 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would remove &quot;deprivation&quot; as one of the eligibility requirements for families applying to the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> The elimination of this policy and its annual cost should be considered in the budget process.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>86</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB376" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 376</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Lopez.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to CalWORKs.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 376 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would allow counties to use the California Immunization Registry to verify that immunization requirements for the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids program have been met prior to requesting this information from applicants. Counties already have access to this Registry and many already use it. Accordingly, this bill is unnecessary.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>87</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB465" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 465</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Roger Hernández.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to employment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 3</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Assembly Bill 465 would outlaw the use of mandatory arbitration agreements as a condition of employment, making California the only state in the country to have this particular prohibition.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I have reviewed in depth the arguments from both sides about the fairness and utility of mandatory arbitration agreements. While most evidence shows that arbitration is quicker and more cost-effective than litigation, there is significant debate about whether arbitration is less fair to employees. The evidence on actual outcomes in arbitration versus litigation is conflicting and unclear, with some studies showing employees receive more in arbitration while other studies show the opposite.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> While I am concerned about ensuring fairness in employment disputes, I am not prepared to take the far-reaching step proposed by this bill for a number of reasons.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> California courts have addressed the issue of unfairness by insisting that employment arbitration agreements must include numerous protections to be enforceable, including neutrality of the arbitrator, adequate discovery, no limitation on damages or remedies, a written decision that permits some judicial review, and limitations on the costs of arbitration. See, e.g., Armendariz v. Foundation Health Psychcare Services, Inc. 24 Cal. 4th 83 (2000). If abuses remain, they should be specified and solved by targeted legislation, not a blanket prohibition.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> In addition, a blanket ban on mandatory arbitration agreements is a far-reaching approach that has been consistently struck down in other states as violating the Federal Arbitration Act (&quot;FAA&quot;). Recent decisions by both the California and United States Supreme Courts have found that state policies which unduly impede arbitration are invalid. Indeed, the U.S. Supreme Court is currently considering two more cases arising out of California courts involving preemption of state arbitration policies under the FAA. Before enacting a law as broad as this, and one that will surely result in years of costly litigation and legal uncertainty, I would prefer to see the outcome of those cases.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> For these reasons, I am returning AB 465 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>88</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB521" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 521</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Nazarian.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to HIV testing.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 23</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> I am returning Assembly Bill 521 without my signature.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill would mandate hospitals to offer an HIV test to consenting patients who have blood drawn after being admitted through the emergency department.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> This bill is not the best approach to identifying those who are undiagnosed with HIV. The demographics of patients targeted by this bill do not match the demographics of the population at risk for exposure to HIV infection. In addition, hospitals are not appropriately staffed nor are they the place to provide counseling, routine preventive screenings, or follow-up care for sensitive HIV testing. Limited resources would be better spent supporting outreach and education activities by existing providers which have the staff and training for HIV testing and follow-up care.</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Sincerely,</p> <p> &nbsp;</p> <p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p> </span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>89</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB578" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 578</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Low.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to employment.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto </strong>(J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 578 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires employers who apply for variances of existing occupational safety or health standards to formally notice workers, or representatives of workers, who will be impacted.&nbsp;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> While this bill is intended to provide an opportunity for affected workers to be notified of variances and raise concerns during a relevant hearing, it is unclear what workers would be affected, and why the current process at the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board is not sufficient. In fact the board routinely works with stakeholders to provide timely written notice of variance requests and permits those parties to intervene in the proceedings. I believe that process is one that provides adequate opportunity for interested and affected workers to be heard.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>90</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB967" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 967</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Williams et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to postsecondary education.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 967 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would require public and independent postsecondary institutions that receive student financial aid from the state to adopt and implement uniform disciplinary processes for sexual assault and to apply consistent standards for expulsion, suspension, loss of institutional aid or scholarship, loss of privileges and removal from student housing. Additionally, this bill would require annual reporting of data and recommend a minimum period of suspension, or expulsion, for the most egregious violations of sexual assault policies.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> College campuses must deal with sexual assault fairly and with clear standards of process. It is eminently reasonable to expect that discipline shall not vary based on a student&#39;s status as an athlete or a declared area of study. This bill, however, could deprive professionals from using their better judgment to discipline according to relevant circumstances. Moreover, it creates an expectation that the state should recommend minimum penalties for violations of specific campus policies.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Last year, I signed Senate Bill 967, making California the first state in the country to define the terms of sexual consent for college students, so that our higher education institutions could better prevent sexual violence on campuses. This year, I signed AB 913 to ensure that existing jurisdictional agreements between postsecondary institutions and local law enforcement include responsibility for investigating sexual assaults and hate crimes.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Given these actions, I don&#39;t think it is necessary at this point for the state to directly insert itself into the disciplinary and governing processes of all private nonprofit and public colleges in California.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>91</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1017" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1017</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Campos et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to employers.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1017 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would prohibit an employer from seeking salary information from an applicant for employment.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I agree with the sponsors that we must endeavor to ensure that all workers are paid fairly and do not receive a lower wage because of their gender or any other immutable characteristic that has no bearing on how they will perform in their job. This year, I signed SB 358 that gives California the strongest equal pay law in the nation. This bill, however, broadly prohibits employers from obtaining relevant information with little evidence that this would assure more equitable wages. Let&#39;s give SB 358 a chance to work before making further changes.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>92</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1279" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1279</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Holden.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to music therapy.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 9</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1279 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill establishes the &quot;Music Therapy Act&quot; and regulates when a person may use the title of &quot;Board Certified Music Therapist.&quot;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Generally, I have been very reluctant to add licensing or title statutes to the laws of California. This bill appears to be unnecessary as the Certification Board for Music Therapists, a private sector group, already has defined standards for board certification.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Why have the state now add another violin to the orchestra?</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>93</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1293" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1293</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Holden.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to civil service.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 16</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 4 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1293 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill would prohibit a personal services contract if it causes layoff, demotion or involuntary transfer to a new classification or location.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Currently, personal service contracts cannot be used in lieu of existing civil service work. Furthermore, before a state agency can enter into a personal services contract, the agency must demonstrate, among other things, that the services cannot be performed by and will not displace civil service employees.&nbsp;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I understand the sponsors have introduced this bill in response to recent action by the federal receiver&#39;s office. As such, I am directing the Department of Corrections to investigate that office&#39;s practices with respect to Government Code Section 19130.&nbsp;</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>94</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1347" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1347</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Chiu et al..</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to public contracts.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 25</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 2 p.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending. <strong>Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1347 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill creates, for three years, a new dispute resolution process under which contractors could seek public agency review of claims that arise during public works projects.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Contractors who perform work for public agencies should be paid promptly. Swift resolution of payment disputes is in the best interest of contractors, workers, and the public agencies that are charged with efficiently managing taxpayer funds. I&#39;m not convinced, however, that the procedures contemplated by this bill are an improvement over current law.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am committed, however, to ensuring timely payment for work ordered by public agencies. In the interest of furthering that goal I am directing my departments to immediately work with industry partners and the proponents of this bill on ways of improving our prompt payment policies.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>95</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB1354" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 1354</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Dodd et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to discrimination.</span><span class='VoteRequired'></span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 17</span><span class='Description'>Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 11:30 a.m.</span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Oct. 11</span><span class='Description'>Vetoed by Governor.</span></span></span><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2016</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Jan. 4</span><span class='Description'><p> Consideration of Governor&amp;#39;s veto pending.<strong> Legislature has 60 legislative days to consider Governor&amp;#39;s veto</strong> (J.R. 58.5). Shall this bill become a law notwithstanding the objections of the Governor?</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='VetoMessage'><p> To the Members of the California State Assembly:</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> I am returning Assembly Bill 1354 without my signature.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> This bill requires an employer with 100 or more employees to submit the details of their nondiscrimination program to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing and to submit periodic reports of its compliance with that program prior to becoming a contractor with the state.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Currently, the department requires all state contractors to develop and implement a nondiscrimination program meeting certain requirements and also certify that they have done so, under penalty of perjury. Furthermore, the department has existing authority to require a contractor to submit this information prior to contracting with the state, if noncompliance is suspected. In light of these factors, I do not believe this bill is necessary at this time.</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Sincerely,</p><p> &nbsp;</p><p> Edmund G. Brown Jr.</p></span></span></span></span></div>

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

DFID: 
38274
Sequence No: 
10
Agenda: 
<div class='agenda'><span class='Items'><span class='Item'><span class='fileItem_wrapper'><span class='FileItemPrefix'></span><span class='FileItemNum'>1</span></span><span class='Measure'><a href="http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB908" target="_leginfo" class="MeasureLink"><span class='measureLink'><span class='MeasureType'>A.B.</span><span class='MeasureNum'><span class='MeasureNumText'>No.</span> 908</span></a> &mdash;<span class='Author'>Gomez et al.</span><span class='PreviousLocation'></span><span class='AuthorNote'></span><span class='RelatingClause'>An act relating to disability compensation, and making an appropriation therefor.</span><span class='VoteRequired'><span class='voteRequiredText'>Vote required:</span> 41</span><span class='InactiveDate'></span><span class='InactiveAction'></span><span class='ActionList'><span class='ActionYearGroup'><span class='Year'>2015</span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 11</span><span class='Description'><p> Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Assembly. (Ayes 27. Noes 13)</p> </span></span><span class='Action'><span class='ActionDate'>Sep. 11</span><span class='Description'><p> In Assembly. Concurrence in Senate amendments pending. Assembly Rule 63 suspended.</p> </span></span></span></span><span class='digest265'><span class='LegDigestTitle'>Legislative Counsel's Digest</span><span class='LegDigestInfo'><span class='MeasureType'>AB</span><span class='MeasureNum'>908</span><span class='AsAmendedText'>as amended in Senate </span><span class='AmendmentDate'></span><span class='Digest265Pursuant'>(Pursuant to Joint Rule 26.5)</span></span><span class='LegDigestText'><p style="text-align: center;"> <strong>(Digest not available at time of publication)</strong></p> </span><span class='finalVote_wrapper'></span></span></span></span></span></div>

ASSEMBLY WATER, PARKS, AND WILDLIFE AND SENATE NATURAL RESOURCES AND WATER

DFID: 
38274
Committee Codes: 
Sequence No: 
300
Hearing Date: 
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Hearing Time: 
9:30 a.m.
Chair: 
ASSEMBLY MEMBER LEVINE, SENATOR PAVLEY, Chairs
Location: 
State Capitol, Room 4203
Hearing Note: 
Televised: 
Agenda: 
<div class="agenda"><span class='CommitteeTopic'><span class='HearingTopic'><center> OVERSIGHT HEARING</center> </span><span class='Text'><p> SUBJECT: State Implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act</p> </span></span></div>

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