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End of Session Legislative Report
California lawmakers worked right up to and past the midnight deadline of the two-year legislative session, which officially ended at midnight on August 31. Those bills that made it through both houses now sit on the Governor’s desk until he either signs or vetoes each measure.
Lawmakers Grapple with Eviction “Cliff”
Governor Gavin Newsom and the California legislature are trying to find a solution to a wave of evictions that may begin early next month due to the economic impact of the pandemic. 
California's November 2020 Ballot Propositions
California voters will be asked to vote on 12 statewide ballot measures in the 2020 General Election on November 3, 2020.  As faithful citizens we are called to make informed voting decisions based on a clear understanding of our faith and a deep appreciation of life, the common good, solidarity, care for the poor and the other principles of faith and morals that are to guide our life.
Bill to Protect Parish Volunteer Info Advances
A bill that would help protect the privacy of personal and residential information required to volunteer in Catholic and other organizations cleared the Assembly Appropriations Committee this week and is headed to the Assembly floor.