Legislative Position & Tracking

RPEA LEGISLATIVE BILL SUMMARY REPORT 7/12/2018

BY AARON & PAT - AARON READ & ASSOCIATES

   

 

 

 

AB 315

(Wood D)   Pharmacy benefitmanagement.

 

Current Text: Amended: 7/11/2017   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/6/2017

 

Last Amend: 7/11/2017

 

Status: 9/7/2017-Ordered to inactive fileat the request of Senator Hernandez.

 

Location: 9/7/2017-S. INACTIVE FILE

 

Summary: Would require pharmacy benefitmanagers, as defined, to be registered with the Department of Managed HealthCare, as prescribed. The bill would require the department to developapplications for the registration, and would specify certain information tobe provided in those applications. The bill would authorize the department tocharge a fee for registration, as specified. The bill would authorize thedirector of the department to suspend the registration of a pharmacy benefitmanager under specified circumstances.

 

        

 

 

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AB 613

(Nazarian D)   Healing arts: clinicallaboratories.

 

Current Text: Amended: 8/29/2017   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/14/2017

 

Last Amend: 8/29/2017

 

Status: 9/5/2017-Ordered to inactive fileat the request of Senator Newman.

 

Location: 9/5/2017-S. INACTIVE FILE

 

Summary: Current law provides for thelicensure, registration, and regulation of clinical laboratories and variousclinical laboratory personnel by the State Department of Public Health, withspecified exceptions. Current law authorizes a person who is licensed underthose provisions to perform certain laboratory tests. This bill, untilJanuary 1, 2020, would authorize a person with specified qualifications toperform a total protein test using a digital refractometer in a licensedplasma collection center in this state if specified circumstances are met, asdetermined by the department, including that the person meets certaineducation and training requirements.

 

        

 

 

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AB 614

(Limón D)   Area agency on aging:Alzheimer’s disease and dementia: training and services.

 

Current Text: Amended: 7/17/2017   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/14/2017

 

Last Amend: 7/17/2017

 

Status: 9/1/2017-In committee: Held undersubmission.

 

Location: 8/21/2017-S. APPR. SUSPENSEFILE

 

Summary: Would require, until July 1,2023, each area agency on aging to develop an evidence-based orevidence-informed core training program for staff relating to Alzheimer’sdisease and dementia, and any additional training based on local needs. Thebill would also require each agency to maintain an Alzheimer’s and dementiaspecialist to provide information, assistance, referrals, and optionscounseling to families. If an agency lacks the capacity to maintain aspecialist, the bill would authorize the agency to contract with a qualifiedlocal entity to provide these services, as specified.

 

        

 

 

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AB 763

(Salas D)   Independent LivingCenters: funding.

 

Current Text: Amended: 4/17/2017   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/15/2017

 

Last Amend: 4/17/2017

 

Status: 9/1/2017-Failed Deadline pursuantto Rule 61(a)(12). (Last location was APPR. SUSPENSE FILE on 7/10/2017)(Maybe acted upon Jan 2018)

 

Location: 9/1/2017-S. 2 YEAR

 

Summary: Under current law, eachindependent living center, except those centers that have been bothestablished and maintained using specified federal funding as a primary basegrant, is required to receive, to the extent funds are appropriated by theLegislature, at least $235,000 in base grant funds allocated by thedepartment. This bill would delete the above exception for centers that werepreviously established and maintained with federal funding, thereby requiringthose centers to also receive at least $235,000 in base grant funds allocatedby the Department of Rehabilitation. The bill would make related findings anddeclarations.

 

        

 

 

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AB 1437

(Patterson R)   California ResidentialCare Facilities for the Elderly Act: licensing.

 

Current Text: Amended: 4/18/2017   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/17/2017

 

Last Amend: 4/18/2017

 

Status: 9/11/2017-Ordered to inactivefile at the request of Senator Wiener.

 

Location: 9/11/2017-S. INACTIVE FILE

 

Summary: Would prohibit an individual whois employed at a residential care facility for the elderly operated by alicensee and who possesses a current criminal record clearance from beingrequired to transfer his or her current criminal record clearance to anotherfacility operated by the same licensee. This bill contains other relatedprovisions and other existing laws.

 

        

 

 

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AB 1912

(Rodriguez D)   Public employees’ retirement:joint powers agreem, ents: liability.

 

Current Text: Amended: 7/3/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 1/23/2018

 

Last Amend: 7/3/2018

 

Status: 7/3/2018-Read second time andamended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR.

 

Location: 7/2/2018-S. APPR.

 

Calendar:  8/6/2018  10 a.m. - John L.Burton Hearing Room (4203)  SENATE APPROPRIATIONS, PORTANTINO,Chair

 

Summary: The Joint Exercise of Powers Actgenerally authorizes 2 or more public agencies, by agreement, to jointlyexercise any common power. Under the act, if an agency is not one or more ofthe parties to the agreement but is a public entity, commission, or boardconstituted pursuant to the agreement, the debts, liabilities, andobligations of the agency are the debts, liabilities, and obligations of theparties to the agreement, unless the agreement specifies otherwise. This billwould eliminate that authorization, and would specify that if an agencyestablished by a joint powers agreement participates in, or contracts with, apublic retirement system, member agencies, both current and former to theagreement, would be required, prior to a termination or a decision todissolve or cease the operations of the agency, to mutually agree as to theapportionment of the agency’s retirement obligations among themselves,provided that the agreement equals 100% of the retirement liability of theagency.

 

        

 

 

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AB 2017

(Chiu D)   Public employers: employeeorganizations.

 

Current Text: Amended: 4/11/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/5/2018

 

Last Amend: 4/11/2018

 

Status: 6/26/2018-From committee: Do passand re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 3. Noes 2.) (June 25). Re-referred toCom. on APPR.

 

Location: 5/3/2018-S. APPR.

 

Calendar:  8/6/2018  10 a.m. - John L.Burton Hearing Room (4203)  SENATE APPROPRIATIONS, PORTANTINO,Chair

 

Summary: Current law prohibits a publicemployer, as defined, from deterring or discouraging public employees frombecoming or remaining members of an employee organization. Under current law,a public employer is defined, for these purposes, to include counties,cities, districts, the state, schools, transit districts, the University ofCalifornia, and the California State University, among others. Existing lawgrants the Public Employment Relations Board jurisdiction over violations ofthese provisions. This bill would include in the definition of “publicemployer” under these provisions those employers of excluded supervisoryemployees and judicial council employees and would include in the definitionof “public employee” those employees of a public transit agency withspecified labor relation provisions.

 

        

 

 

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AB 2196

(Cooper D)   Public employees’retirement: service credit: payments.

 

Current Text: Amended: 6/13/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/12/2018

 

Last Amend: 6/13/2018

 

Status: 7/3/2018-In Assembly. Concurrencein Senate amendments pending. May be considered on or after July 5 pursuantto Assembly Rule 77.

 

Location: 7/3/2018-A. CONCURRENCE

 

Summary: Under the Public Employees’Retirement Law, members may make certain elections, including elections topurchase service credit for various types of public service, upon payment ofadditional contributions. Current law permits a member who retires beforepaying off the entire amount for service credit to pay the balance due ortotal amount if no payroll deductions had been made prior to retirement bydeductions from his or her retirement allowance equal to those authorized aspayroll deductions, as specified. The bill would permit the member, survivor,or beneficiary, as an alternative, on or after January 1, 2020, to elect toreceive an allowance that is reduced by the actuarial equivalent of anybalance remaining unpaid by the member.

 

        

 

 

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AB 2415

(Calderon D)   Public Employees’Retirement System: officers and directors: appointment and compensation.

 

Current Text: Introduced: 2/14/2018  html  pdf

 

Introduced: 2/14/2018

 

Status: 6/26/2018-From committee: Do passand re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 4. Noes 1.) (June 25). Re-referred toCom. on APPR.

 

Location: 6/25/2018-S. APPR.

 

Calendar:  8/6/2018  10 a.m. - John L.Burton Hearing Room (4203)  SENATE APPROPRIATIONS, PORTANTINO,Chair

 

Summary: The Public Employees’ RetirementLaw requires the Board of Administration to appoint and fix the compensationof an executive officer, a general counsel, a chief actuary, a chiefinvestment officer, a chief financial officer and other investment officersand portfolio managers, as specified. PERL requires that specified principlesguide the board when fixing compensation, consistent with its fiduciaryresponsibility to recruit and retain highly qualified and effective employeesfor these positions. This bill would additionally require the board toappoint and fix the compensation of a chief operating officer and a chiefhealth director.

 

        

 

 

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AB 3052

(Chen R)   Special Fund for EconomicUncertainties: rental housing: elderly persons.

 

Current Text: Amended: 4/11/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/16/2018

 

Last Amend: 4/11/2018

 

Status: 4/23/2018-In committee: Set,first hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.

 

Location: 4/16/2018-A. H. & C.D.

 

Summary: Would require the Controller toannually transfer from the Special Fund for Economic Uncertainties to theHousing Rehabilitation Loan Fund the sum of $100,000,000, to be used for theconstruction, rehabilitation, or acquisition and rehabilitation of multifamilyrental housing developments for elderly persons or households, as defined,thereby making an appropriation.

 

        

 

 

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AB 3088

(<, a href="https://a25.asmdc.org/" target="_blank">Chu D)   Continuing care contracts:retirement communities.

 

Current Text: Amended: 4/12/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/16/2018

 

Last Amend: 4/12/2018

 

Status: 7/3/2018-Read second time.Ordered to third reading.

 

Location: 7/3/2018-S. THIRD READING

 

Summary: Current law regulates life carecontracts, also known as continuing care contracts, and imposes certainreporting and reserve requirements on continuing care communities. Currentlaw requires each provider that has entered into a specified type of contractwith an up-front entrance fee submit to the Department of Social Services, atleast once every 5 years, an actuary’s opinion as to the provider’s actuarialfinancial condition. This bill would require all providers subject to acontinuing care contract to file an actuary’s opinion, as specified. The billwould require a provider to post a copy of the actuary’s opinion at a centraland conspicuous location in the facility and in a conspicuous location on theprovider’s Internet Web site within 10 days of submitting the opinion to thedepartment.

 

        

 

 

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AB 3098

(Friedman D)   Residential carefacilities for the elderly: emergency plans.

 

Current Text: Amended: 6/14/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/16/2018

 

Last Amend: 6/14/2018

 

Status: 7/3/2018-Read second time.Ordered to third reading.

 

Location: 7/3/2018-S. THIRD READING

 

Summary: Current law provides for thelicensure and regulation of residential care facilities for the elderly bythe State Department of Social Services. Current law requires a facility tohave an emergency plan that includes specified provisions and is available, uponrequest, to residents onsite and available to local emergency responders.Current law exempts a facility that has obtained a certificate of authorityto offer continuing care contracts from this requirement. A violation ofthese provisions is punishable as a misdemeanor. This bill would repeal theabove-described provision exempting a facility that has obtained acertificate of authority to offer continuing care contracts from therequirement of having an emergency plan.

 

        

 

 

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AB 3245

(Committee on Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security)  Public employees’ retirement.

 

Current Text: Amended: 4/9/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/22/2018

 

Last Amend: 4/9/2018

 

Status: 5/24/2018-Referred to Com. onRLS.

 

Location: 5/24/2018-S. RLS.

 

Summary: Current law establishes variouspublic agency retirement systems, including, among others, the PublicEmployees’ Retirement System, the Judges’ Retirement System, and the Judges’Retirement System II. These systems provide defined benefits to public employeesbased on age, service credit, and amount of final compensation.This billwould make various nonsubstantive changes to provisions governing theseretirement systems.

 

        

 

 

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ACA 15

(Brough R)   Public employeeretirement benefits.

 

Current Text: Introduced: 5/9/2017   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 5/9/2017

 

Status: 5/10/2017-From printer. May beheard in committee June 9.

 

Location: 5/9/2017-A. PRINT

 

Summary: Would enact the ProtectingSchools and Keeping Pension Promises Act of 2018. The measure would prohibita government employer from enhancing employee pension benefits, as defined,without approval by the voters of the jurisdiction, and would prohibit agovernment employer from enrolling a new government employee, as defined, ina defined benefit pension plan without approval by the voters of thejurisdiction. The measure also would prohibit a government employer frompaying more than 1/2 of the total cost of retirement benefits, as defined,for new government employees without approval by the voters of thejurisdiction.

 

        

 

 

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ACR 238

(Kalra D)   Elder and Dependent AdultAbuse Awareness Month.

 

Current Text: Amended: 6/6/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 5/9/2018

 

Last Amend: 6/6/2018

 

Status: 6/27/2018-From committee: Orderedto third reading.

 

Location: 6/27/2018-S. THIRD READING

 

Summary: This measure would proclaim andacknowledge the month of June 2018 as Elder and Dependent Adult AbuseAwareness Month in California and would reiterate the importance of annuallyrecognizing Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Awareness Month in the state.

 

        

 

 

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SB 255

(Mendoza D)   California Partnershipfor Long-Term Care Program.

 

Current Text: Amended: 3/20/2017   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/7/2017

 

Last Amend: 3/20/2017

 

Status: 6/5/2017-Referred to Coms. onINS. and AGING & L.T.C.

 

Location: 6/5/2017-A. INS.

 

Summary:  A long-term care policy,certificate, or rider that purports to provide benefits of home andcommunity-based services under the California Partnership for Long-Term CareProgram is required to provide specified minimum services, including assistedliving facility services and residential care facility services. Current lawincludes minimum policy definitions of those facilities. This bill wouldrequire a policy, certificate, or rider as described above to instead becalled a home care, community-based services, and residential care facilityonly policy, certificate, or rider. The bill would delete assisted livingfacility services from the list of required minimum services to be provided,clarify that those required minimum services include care in a residentialcare facility, and delete the policy definitions.

 

        

 

 

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SB 964

(Allen D)   Public Employees’ RetirementFund and Teachers’ Retirement Fund: investments: climate-related financialrisk.

 

Current Text: Amended: 3/14/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 1/31/2018

 

Last Amend: 3/14/2018

 

Status: 6/20/2018-Coauthors revised. Fromcommittee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 4. Noes 1.) (June 20).Re-referred to Com. on APPR.

 

Location: 6/20/2018-A. APPR.

 

Summary: Would, until January 1, 2035,require climate-related financial risk, as defined, to be analyzed to theextent the boards identify the risk as a material risk to the PublicEmployees’ Retirement Fund or the Teachers’ Retirement Fund. The bill, byJanuary 1, 2020, and every 3 years thereafter, would require each board topublicly report on the climate-related financial risk of its public marketportfolio, including alignment of the Public Employees’ Retirement Fund andthe Teachers’ Retirement Fund with a specified climate agreement andCalifornia climate policy goals and the exposure of the fund to long-termrisks, as specified.

 

        

 

 

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SB 1022

(Pan D)   Public Employees’ RetirementSystem: administration.

 

Current Text: Amended: 4/12/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/7/2018

 

Last Amend: 4/12/2018

 

Status: 6/20/2018-From committee: Do passand re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 6. Noes 0.) (June 20). Re-referred toCom. on APPR.

 

Location: 6/20/2018-A. APPR.

 

Summary: The Public Employees’ RetirementLaw (PERL) vests the Board of Administration of the Public Employees’Retirement System with the responsibility of administering the PublicEmployees’ Retirement System. PERL provides that data filed by a member orbeneficiary with the board is confidential, subject to certain exceptions,and is to be used only for carrying PERL into effect. This bill would specifythat the confidentiality provisions, described above, apply to the PublicEmployees Medical and Hospital Care Act, which the board also administers,and would make conforming changes to account for this and to account forschool district and university employer categories currently in effect.

 

        

 

 

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SB 1060

(Mendoza D)   Public Employees’Retirement Law: employer contributions: notification.

 

Current Text: Introduced: 2/12/2018  html  pdf

 

Introduced: 2/12/2018

 

Status: 2/13/2018-From printer. May beacted upon on or after March 15.

 

Location: 2/12/2018-S. RLS.

 

Summary: The Public Employees’ RetirementLaw (PERL) establishes the Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS), whichprovides pension and other benefits to members of PERS. PERL requires certainpublic employers to contribute moneys to PERS. Current law prohibits the state,school employers, and contracting agencies, as defined, from refusing to paythe employers’ contribution as required by PERL.This bill would require acontracting agency that fails to make a required contribution to PERS tonotify members of the delinquency within 30 days, as specified.

 

        

 

 

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SB 1062

(Mendoza D)   Retirement systems:employer contributions: notification.

 

Current Text: Introduced: 2/12/2018  html  pdf

 

Introduced: 2/12/2018

 

Status: 2/13/2018-From printer. May beacted upon on or after March 15.

 

Location: 2/12/2018-S. RLS.

 

Summary: Current law creates the StateTeachers’ Retirement System (STRS) and the Public Employees’ RetirementSystem (PERS), which provide pension and other benefits to their respectivemembers. Both STRS and PERS are funded by employer and employee contributionsand investment returns.This bill would require certain employers that fail tomake a required employer contribution to STRS or PERS to notify members ofthe delinquency within 30 days, as specified.

 

        

 

 

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SB 1320

(Stern D)   Elder or dependent adultabuse: victim confidentiality.

 

Current Text: Amended: 4/9/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/16/2018

 

Last Amend: 4/9/2018

 

Status: 6/27/2018-June 27 set for firsthearing. Placed on APPR. suspense file.

 

Location: 6/27/2018-A. APPR. SUSPENSEFILE

 

Summary: Current law authorizes victims ofdomestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, or human trafficking to completean application to be approved by the Secretary of State for the purpose ofenabling state and local agencies to respond to requests for public recordswithout disclosing a program participant’s residence address contained in anypublic record and otherwise provide for confidentiality of identity for thatperson, subject to specified conditions. Any person who makes a falsestatement in an application is guilty of a misdemeanor. This bill would makethis program available to a victim of elder or dependent adult abuse.

 

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SB 1413

(Nielsen R)   Public employees’retirement: pension prefunding.

 

Current Text: Amended: 6/21/2018   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/16/2018

 

Last Amend: 6/21/2018

 

Status: 6/21/2018-Read second time andamended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR.

 

Location: 6/21/2018-A. APPR.

 

Summary: Would enact the CaliforniaEmployers’ Pension Prefunding Trust Program and establish the CaliforniaEmployers’ Pension Prefunding Trust Fund to allow state and local publicagency employers that provide a defined benefit pension plan to theiremployees to prefund their required pension contributions. This bill containsother related provisions.

 

        

 

 

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SCA 1

(Moorlach R)   Retirement savings plans:funding prohibition: General Fund.

 

Current Text: Introduced: 12/5/2016  html   pdf

 

Introduced: 12/5/2016

 

Status: 6/27/2017-June 26 set for firsthearing. Failed passage in committee. (Ayes 2. Noes 3.)

 

Location: 1/12/2017-S. P.E. & R.

 

Summary: Would prohibit the state fromincurring any liability for payment of the retirement savings benefit earnedby program participants in the California Secure Choice Retirement SavingsProgram. The measure would also prohibit the appropriation, transfer, orencumbrance of moneys in the General Fund for the purposes of the program,including any unfunded liability that the program may incur, unless theappropriation, transfer, or encumbrance is for funding the startup andfirst-year administrative costs for the program.

 

        

 

 

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SCA 8

(Moorlach R)   Public employeeretirement benefits.

 

Current Text: Introduced: 2/15/2017  html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/15/2017

 

Status: 6/20/2017-June 26 set for firsthearing canceled at the request of author.

 

Location: 2/23/2017-S. P.E. & R.

 

Summary: Would permit a governmentemployer to reduce retirement benefits that are based on work not yetperformed by an employee regardless of the date that the employee was firsthired, notwithstanding other provisions of the California Constitution or anyother law. The measure would prohibit it from being interpreted to permit thereduction of retirement benefits that a public employee has earned based onwork that has been performed, as specified. The measure would definegovernment employer and retirement benefits for the purposes of itsprovisions.

 

        

 

 

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SCA 10

(Moorlach R)   Public employeeretirement benefits.

 

Current Text: Introduced: 2/17/2017  html   pdf

 

Introduced: 2/17/2017

 

Status: 6/20/2017-June 26 set for firsthearing canceled at the request of author.

 

Location: 3/2/2017-S. P.E. & R.

 

Summary: Would prohibit a governmentemployer from providing public employees any retirement benefit increaseuntil that increase is approved by a 2/3 vote of the electorate of theapplicable jurisdiction and that vote is certified. The measure would defineretirement benefit to mean any postemployment benefit and would definebenefit increase as any change that increases the value of an employee’sretirement benefit. The measure would define a government employer toinclude, among others, the state and any of its subdivisions, cities,counties, school districts, special districts, the Regents of the Universityof California, and the California State University.

 

        

 

 

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SR 41

(De León D)   Relative to health carecoverage.

 

Current Text: Enrolled: 6/21/2017   html   pdf

 

Introduced: 5/15/2017

 

Last Amend: 6/14/2017

 

Status: 6/19/2017-Amendments by SenatorBates tabled on motion of Senator Monning. (Ayes 27. Noes 12.) Read. Adopted.(Ayes 28. Noes 7.)

 

Location: 6/19/2017-S. ADOPTED

 

Summary: Would resolve that the CaliforniaState Senate calls upon the Senate of the United States to thoughtfully andcarefully consider the full impact of any measures that amend, revise, orrepeal provisions of the ACA to ensure there is adequate public review andinput from the health care industry, consumers, and other stakeholders, toensure that the Congressional Budget Office has provided estimates of a finalversion, and that it is in print and available to the public for at least 72hours prior to any vote. The California State Senate calls upon the Senate ofthe United States to ensure that any legislation that is presented for a votedoes not result in loss of coverage to the tens of millions of people whohave benefited from the ACA, provides coverage for those with preexistingconditions, is affordable for older low-income adults, and contains adequatebenefits.

 

        

 

 

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Assigned To 

 

 

 

 

RPEA 

S1 

PM 

AR, PM 

 

 

Total Measures: 26

Total Tracking Forms: 26


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