Common Cause/

California Should Adopt Guidelines for Government Transparency During an Emergency

Common Cause Statement by Jonathan Mehta Stein, Executive Director of California Common Cause “As COVID-19 reshapes how we live and work, alters education for millions of children and disrupts our economy, it has become even more clear that we need accountable state and local governments that make transparent decisions.” “Today we are releasing a statement […]

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THE SUN/

ACA25 is wrong for California

THE SUN By JON COUPAL Times are strange indeed when the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association finds itself fighting on the same side as left-leaning organizations such as Voices for Progress, Common Cause and the ACLU. The saying that politics makes for strange bedfellows is never more true than in times of crisis and confusion. When the […]

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CAL MATTERS/

Two wins for governmental transparency

CAL MATTERS By Dan Walters, June 11, 2020 Advocates of governmental transparency have scored two recent wins in their perpetual battles with California’s political officials. One victory, a May 28 state Supreme Court ruling, is especially timely since it stemmed from the fatal police shootings of two unarmed black men in 2014, Michael Brown in Ferguson, […]

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Fox&Hound/

Lack of Transparency in Our State Government

Fox&Hound By T Keith Gurnee Former Mayor of Chicago and former Chief of Staff to Pres. Obama, Rahm Emanuel, once said “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” By exploiting the chaos presented by the coronavirus crisis, our state legislature is doubling down on that statement. Legislators are pushing a flurry of wrongheaded housing bills […]

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California Globe/

ACA 25 to Allow Remote Voting During State Emergencies Bill Passed By Assembly

‘You can’t keep this sort of thing away from the public’ By Evan Symon, June 11, 2020 9:43 pm On Wednesday, the Assembly passed a bill allowing for remote voting or proxy voting by lawmakers during state emergencies. ACA passes Assembly, on way to Senate Under Assembly Constitutional Amendment 25, written by Assemblyman Kevin Mullin (D-San Mateo), […]

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