SB 827 is up for reconsideration on April 24 after the bill lost this week.
Clearing up the details of the SB 827 vote
A number of misinformed statements regarding the vote on SB 827 have been circulating. This is the official statement signed by the Chair of the Transportation and Housing Committee, Senator Beall. The vote was 6 no, 4 aye, and 3 not voting. If Scott can talk some into changing their votes, he can still pass this out of committee, however, he faces a much more difficult time getting it passed in the next committee in time to get it through the to the full Senate by the deadline. Still, some people will show up to oppose this one, since they will be opposing SB 828 as well.
Thanks to these bills, and a few others our Northern representatives are forcing on the state residents, many Southern California citizens are rising up to flex their rather large and powerful political powers. This year could see some changes coming to our state legislature that may shift the power away from the Bay Area. Too much too fast and too disruptive is creating a bad environment for the easy-going California lifestyle we have come to love and appreciate and there is a movement to resurrect it.
Here is a link to the Senate Transportation and housing committee schedule: http://stran.senate.ca.gov/content/2017-2018-bill-hearings
Here is a link to the official voting results on SB 827 and a copy of the page below:
The following is a link to the Senate Transportation and housing committee schedule:
The next link is how they voted on SB 827:
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