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SB 930 - Evans (D)

 

CCWRO POSITION - SUPPORT

This bill would repeal finger-imaging requirements in the IHSS program and the prohibition of having a post office box.

 

BILL STATUS: 10/09/2011- Chaptered by Secretary of State on October 9, 2011, Charpter 649, statutes of 2011.

 

AB 1182 - Roger Hernandez (D)

 

CCWRO POSITION - SUPPORT

This bill would exempt one car of any value for a CalWORKs family.

SPONSOR: This bill is sponsored by the author.

 

BILL STATUS: VETOED ON 10/04/2011 BY GOVERNOR BROWN

VETO MESSAGE - To the Members of the California State Assembly: I am returning Assembly Bill 1182 without my signature. This bill would allow a person applying for welfare to have one car, or possibly more, of any value, rather than a maximum value of $4,650 under current law. In the last year, the state has been forced to make steep reductions in many programs, including the state's welfare-to-work program. As we go into the new year, we may have to make additional cuts. Until we better understand the fiscal outlook, we should not be making changes of this kind.

Sincerely, Edmund G. Brown Jr.

 

AB 1140- Donnelly (R)

 

CCWRO POSITION - OPPOSE

This bill would limit CalWORKs to a six (6) months.

SPONSOR: This bill is sponsored by the author.

BILL STATUS: Assembly Human Services Committee hearing on April 26, 2011 @ 1:30 p.m.

OUTCOME: Bill not heard. This is now a two-year bill.

AB 959 - Jones (R)

 

CCWRO POSITION - SUPPORT

This bill would allow CalWORKs recipients whose benefits have been terminated due to failure to turn in a quarterly report to have their benefits restore if they submit the report by the end of the month that the termination of benefits began.

SPONSORED BY: San Diego County

BILL STATUS: 10/6/11 - Chaptered by Secretary of State - Charpter 506, Statutes of 2011.

AB 924 - Logue (R)

 

CCWRO POSITION - OPPOSE

This bill would terminate all aid for a family whose parents have timed out and are not meeting the federal work participation rates.

SPONSOR: This bill is sponsored by the author.

BILL STATUS: Assembly Human Services Committee hearing on April 26, 2011 @ 1:30 p.m. -  Bill not heard. This is now a two-year bill.