California Capitol Update

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California Capitol Update

In This Issue
Lobby Day was a Great Success!
Every Parent Should Know: ACA 5
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Lobby Day was a Great Success!

LD Capitol Resource Institute’s Lobby Day on Tuesday was a great success with citizens coming from as far as Southern California!  The group was ready to learn about the legislative process and become equipped to have their voices heard.  Citizens were trained on how a bill is introduced, how the legislative process works, and how to communicate with their legislators.  The day culminated in a trip to the Capitol building to visit the offices of the legislators where citizens were prepared with talking points to state their case for or against a particular bill to the legislator or staffer. 

 

The staff at CRI was just as encouraged and energized as the attendees of the event. We heard from many of you of how inspiring the training was and how ignited you are.  We are prepared to harness that energy and make our voices heard!  And there is no time to waste because the day after our event, Planned Parenthood flew in a more than a hundred students from Southern California to attend their annual ‘Teen Capitol Day‘where teens are trained on how to lobby for abortion.  The flights to the event were free to the attendees but paid for by our tax dollars!

 

 

While citizens  were roaming the halls of the Capitol, the Public Safety Committee killed AB 605 (Linder), the bill that would have allowed judges to return sex offenders to prison who violate parole.  Many of you called the committee last week in support of that bill.

Every Parent Should Know: ACA 5

Assemblywoman Shannon Grove introduced a constitutional amendment, ACA 5, The Parental Notification, Child and Teen Safety, Stop Predators Act, calling for parental notification prior to performing abortions on unemancipated minors.


Under existing law, a 12 year old minor can receive an abortion without the notification or consent of the minor’s parents.  This measure would prohibit a physician from performing an abortion on a minor unless the physician has delivered written notice to a parent of the minor, or unless notice has been waived by the parent or by a court order.

CRI supports this bill that seeks to insure the safety and wellbeing of children by giving back parents’ rights to care for the health of their children. Children are receiving abortions without their parents’ knowledge, and are sent home to deal with the physical and emotional aftermath on their own.  The state holds parents responsible for the health, education and welfare of their children and should not exclude parents from assisting their children in what is the child’s best interest when it comes to something as serious as abortion.

 

Assemblywoman Grove’s bill is co-authored by Senators Joel Anderson, Steve Knight, Mimi Walters, Jim Nielsen and Assemblymembers Tim Donnelly, Curt Hagman, Melissa Melendez, Brian Jones, Don Wagner, Beth Gaines and Brian Dahle.   

 

Please contact your legislator and ask them to co-author ACA 5.

 

Read ACA 5

 

Find Your Legislator

 

The bill to expand abortion, AB 154, has been set for a hearing next week.  We will be sending Action Alerts to you Monday morning for this and several other bills that will be heard next week so stay tuned!

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This year’s 2013 City on the Hill Youth Leadership Conference will be held July 16th-21st at William Jessup University in Rocklin, CA.  If you are in high school and have a passion to make a difference and want to stand firm for your values, City on the Hill is for you! Check out this video from the City on the Hill “2012 legislative session and hear from the students themselves! Sign up today! 

 

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California Capitol Update

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California Capitol Update

In This Issue
The Break is Over
Monday Morning Update
Proposition 8 has its Day in Court

The Break is Over

Today the Legislature returns from spring recess.  However, in the week before they left, approximately 250 bills were amended and some were set for committee hearings. 

 

One of those bills is AB 154, introduced by Assemblymember Toni Atkins (San Diego).  We have been waiting for the full language of the bill and now see that it is exactly what we expected – a bill to expand abortion and one that puts women’s health at risk by allowing non-physicians to perform abortions.  For the abortion movement, touting itself as all about “women’s health,” this bill should be considered a huge setback. They fought for legal right to “safe” abortions but how quickly they throw women under the bus when they are not able to get enough physicians interested in devoting their practices to this genocide. Supporters have a complete training and teaching manual online including questions formulated to determine whether a student would be judgmental of women obtaining abortions under any circumstance.

 

The name of the bill has been amended from “Healing Arts: Reproductive Health Care” to simply “Abortion” narrowing the scope to what the bill is truly about: certifying non-physicians to perform abortions. We will vigorously oppose this bill because it not only encourages the killing of unborn babies but puts women at twice the risk of complications from abortions by non-physicians compared to abortions by physicians. 

 

Another bill that was amended this week to reveal its full language is AB 720. While existing law requires certain felons to register as sex offenders for the remainder of their lives, this bill decreases penalties by establishing a 3 tier sex offender registration system for periods of 10 years, 20 years, and life. The bill further allows a felon, whose terms of parole are to register as a sex offender for period of 20 years, the ability to file a petition to have that time reduced to 10 years if the crime committed was against a single victim 12 to 17 years of age, the perpetrator was no more than 10 years older than the victim, and the act was illegal due solely to the age of the minor.  This bill only serves to harm and re-victimize the victims of sexual crimes. We need to uphold the existing law and get tougher on sex offenders, not reward them for only victimizing one child.

Monday Morning Update

 

Beginning next week, we will resume our Monday Morning Updates with action alerts, talking points and information for you to contact your legislators in order to have your voice heard in the state capitol. 

 

Be sure to be equipped for action by joining us for Lobby Day tomorrow, Tuesday, April 2nd – we’ll show you how to lobby your legislators with confidence! 

 

You must register for this event.  We will be accepting reservations until 4pm today.  

Proposition 8 has its Day in Court

The long awaited arguments on the validity of Proposition 8 were heard in the US Supreme Court last Tuesday.  The discussion was lively with Justice Scalia pushing Attorney Ted Olson for the precise time in which it became unconstitutional to prohibit homosexuals from marrying. “I’m curious, when -­ when did – when did it become unconstitutional to exclude homosexual couples from marriage? 1791? 1868, when the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted? Sometimes – sometime after Baker, where we said it didn’t even raise a substantial Federal question? When – when – when did the law become this?” You can listen to the hearing here .

 

Charles Cooper, lead attorney for the proponents of Proposition 8, masterfully brought the argument in defense of traditional marriage home in his closing statement.

 

That’s what this question really boils down [to] here, whether or not it can be said that for every legitimate purpose of marriage, are opposite-sex couples and same-sex couples indistinguishable, indistinguishable. And with all due respect to counsel and to the Respondents, that is not a hard question.

 

If, in fact, it is true, as the people of California believe that it still is true, that the natural procreative capacity of opposite-sex couples continues to pose vitally important benefits and risks to society, and that’s why marriage itself is the institution that society has always used to regulate those heterosexual, procreative – procreative relationships.”

 

While the mainstream media showed sign waiving supporters for gay marriage in front of the Supreme Court building, John Eastman, Chairman of National Organization for Marriage (NOM), reported there were over 10,000 people in attendance at a rally at the Mall and then a March for Marriage  to the Supreme Court. Eastman stated that perhaps 10% of the people in front of the Supreme Court building were there to support same-sex marriage, the majority in support of traditional marriage.

 

Additionally, more than 50 amicus briefs have been filed with the Supreme Court urging it to uphold Proposition 8 and the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). However, we only hear about the briefs supporting gay marriage in the news.  Support for traditional marriage continues to be strong in America – the “mean stream” media just refuses to report the truth.

 

The case to overturn the DOMA was heard Wednesday in the Supreme Court.  Justice Kennedy commented that “the question is whether the federal government, under our federalism scheme, has the authority to regulate marriage.” The audio for the DOMA hearing can be heard here.

 

Opinions in both cases are expected to be rendered by the end of June. 


Related Articles:

 

Marriage: What It Is, Why It Matters, and the Consequences of Redefining It  By Ryan T. Anderson  

Young Opponents of Same-Sex Marriage Fight On  

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City on the Hill

This year’s 2013 City on the Hill Youth Leadership Conference will be held July 16th-21st at William Jessup University in Rocklin, CA.  If you are in high school and have a passion to make a difference and want to stand firm for your values, City on the Hill is for you! Check out this video from the City on the Hill “2012 legislative session and hear from the students themselves! Sign up today! 

 

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ICYMI: Action Needed

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Support AB 605

 

AB 605 imposes stricter sentencing on sex offenders who violate parole. This bill calls for a criminal parolee, who has a felony requiring registration as a sex offender, to be incarcerated in the state prison for any violation of that parole.

 

This bill will be voted Tuesday in the Assembly Public Safety Committee.

AB 605 needs your support!

 

This bill is necessary to ensure that sex offenders follow the conditions of their probation and to serve as a deterrent for would be repeat sex offenders.

 

We urge you to contact the committee members listed below and ask them to vote “YES” on AB 605!

 

Read AB 605

 

Contact the Assembly Public Safety Committee Members

 

Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D) (Chair)

916-319-2017

 

Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez (R) (Vice Chair)

916-319-2067

 

Assemblyman Reginald Jones-Sawyer (D)

916-319-2059

 

Assemblywoman Holly Mitchell (D)

916-319-2054

 

Assemblyman Bill Quirk (D)

916-319-2020

 

Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner (D)

916-319-2015

 

Assemblywoman Marie Waldron (R)

916-319-2075

 

 

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Do you want to be a citizen who simply identifies problems or do you want to be someone who helps to solve them? If we want to turn our state around, we must take action!  

Edmund Burke once said, “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” This is what has happened in California. Many have been sitting on the sidelines hoping things will get better. Sitting and hoping is not enough. Knowing what is right is not enough. We must take action.

 

Please join us for Lobby Day as we challenge citizens to take a stand in our culture. You will leave Lobby Day encouraged and equipped to take action. No more sitting on the sidelines, we need you in the game!

 

We have several major issues pending including the threat to non-profit youth organizations.  SB 323 seeks to revoke the tax exempt status of groups like Boy Scouts, City on the Hill, and any non-profit youth organization that excludes homosexuals or transgendered person from membership or leadership. This bill is intended to be extremely punitive and clearly shows the intent of the adults that are pushing this movement forward – it is not about what’s good for the kids. 

 

There is another bill, AB 1266, that is furthering the laws already in place prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.  This bill will “de-segregate” school sports and facilities, including bathrooms and locker rooms.  Boys will no longer have to bounce the basketball into the girls’ restroom in order to feign a reason to enter – they will be entitled to enter that locker room or play on that team without question. 

 

Our second Amendment right is under great attack by the Federal and State government. At Lobby Day we will update you on the proposed legislation. We will also discuss the new Common Core standards and how they will affect the public schools. 

 

Gina Gleason, Director of  Faith and Public Policy, will join us to offer ideas and insight on starting a public policy ministry at your church. We know many of you would love to have this type of ministry at your church, but need help with getting started. Gina will equip you to confidently approach your Pastor with the idea. 

 

Join us for this informative and encouraging day of action!

 

Register here!

 

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“Before City on the Hill, I wasn’t motivated at all academically and/or spiritually. God used city on the Hill to radically change my life.”

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Rancho Cordova, California

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(You can make all checks payable to City on the Hill and mark scholarship in the memo line. Mail to 660 J Street, Suite 250, Sacramento, CA 95814.) 

Look for this bill at City!

SB 323, authored by Senator  Lara 

threatens to revoke the tax exempt status of non-profit organizations that will not allow homosexuals or transgendered persons into their membership (and leadership) and hold positions that are deemed to be against the moral and/or religious standards of the organization. This bill was a direct attack on Boy Scouts of America but will affect every nonprofit sports and civic youth organization in the state and will likely cause numerous organizations to close their doors.

 

Were you ever in Boy Scouts as a child? Maybe Cub Scouts, YMCA, YWCA, or 4-H clubs? Have you attended City on the Hill? All of the above organizations would be forced under this bill to allow homosexuals and transgendered persons into their organziation as members or forfeit their non-profit status. At City on the Hill we believe that we should be able to allow in our membership and leadership those who are in agreement with our positions on these moral and religious issues. Another attack on religious freedom. 

 

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Making a difference is not easy… 

City on the Hill is a program that expects more from teens than what the majority of society does. The bar has been set so low for teens that often times since little is expected, little is given. We know that teens are capable of so much more than society expects. They are even capable of doing much more than they themselves are aware of. All they need is a little loving push and encouragement. 
 
Alex & Brett Harris
Should we require more of teens?
 
Should we urge them to get involved? 
 
Or should we allow them to sit idly by and be waited on as they waste away their lives on video games and the latest fashion trends? There is nothing wrong with video games or fashion trends in and of themselves, but there really is more to life, even for teens. 

Making a difference in the world is not an easy task. But, it can be done. As a teen you will have to go against what is popular among your peers to do this. It will be difficult, but it will be worth it. Alex and Brett Harris write a compelling article about why we should do hard things. You can read their article here. 
 
At City on the Hill we want to empower you to go out and change the world. COTH exists as a wonderful place to meet like-minded teens who want to join their peers in battling the disease of apathy. We urge you to join us and others this year at City on the Hill to learn how you can take a stand and make a difference.

What is your worldview?

According to thefreedictionary.com Worldview is:

 

1. The overall perspective from which one sees and interprets the world.

2. A collection of beliefs about life and the universe held by an individual or a group.

 

There are many sources that try and contribute to our worldview. The media, celebrities, politicians, music, teachers, etc. Every day there is a battle between these entities to win over your worldview. As Christians we know that we rely on Scripture to guide how we view the world. But, is the block of those who have a Biblical worldview getting smaller? 
 
In an article by Centennial Review, it is noted that, “Seventy percent of 23-30 year olds drop out of church. Only about 35% of those dropouts later return and attend church regularly.” It is likely that once they leave the church, they also leave behind their Biblical worldview. This seems logical that those outside the church would have no desire for a Biblical worldview, but what about those in the church?

In the same article by Centennial Review, “In a study of more than 1,500 young people, we asked students who considered themselves strong Christians, ‘Do you feel confident in defending your faith?’
Worldview Only  3% said yes.” Students are not being equipped to defend their faith in today’s culture. Defending our faith also includes defending our Biblical worldview. There is a battle and we are losing because we are not equipped. 

Do you want to be equipped? We believe that students do want to be equipped. We think that if leaders were to show an interest in pouring into students so they grow up with a healthy, Biblical worldview, that many of them would gladly receive that. Part of the reason young people are leaving the church is because they are ill equipped and cannot defend their faith against the simplest of outside attacks. 
We urge parents, pastors, churches, family members, and anyone with influence in a young person’s life to take advantage of the opportunity to help them develop a Biblical worldview. Part of the program at City on the Hill is just that. We want students to view the world in light of what God’s word says. We want students to have the confidence to stand tall and defend their faith and a Biblical worldview. 

Where are they now?

“City was an incredible experience that taught me the political process and in many ways, prepared me for the work I now deal with.”

 

Kameron attended City on the Hill for three of his high school years. He was an outgoing student that showed an interest in making a difference in

Kameron Snow 
Attended COTH: 2006-2008 Studying Marketing at Thomas Edison State College

the world around him. His compassionate nature emboldened him to lead the pro-life club on the Cosumnes River College campus. While Kameron was leading the club they held educational events that brought in more attendees than the club had ever experienced before.

 

Kameron has also had the opportunity to work on a Congressional Campaign. 

 

After attending Cosumnes River College Kameron began attending Thomas Edison State College where he is currently studying Marketing. Kameron is currently working for the Fresno County Republican Party doing party building. 

 

When we asked Kameron why he thought COTH was important for young people to attend he said, “City is an investment in yourself and your future, and I highly encourage anyone considering a career in government or politics to attend City.”

 

We are always excited to see the amazing things that our former students have accomplished in such a short time! City is meant to empower young people to make a big difference and that is just what it does. 

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Important Information for Lobby Day

March 27, 2013 by

Capitol Resource Institute’s
2013 Citizen Lobby Day
When
Tuesday April 2, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM PDT
Add to Calendar

 

Where

California Secretary of State Auditorium
1500 11th Street
(Cross streets are 11th and O)
Sacramento, CA 95814

(Cross streets are 11th and O)
(There is a parking garage located on 11th between O and P. The cost is $1.25 per 20 minutes or $20 max. Cash only for parking garage. Public parking is on uncovered top levels.)

Driving Directions

Are you attending? There is still time to register! 

If you’ve never attended a Citizen Lobby Day you will not want to miss this. Come be informed and encouraged to make a difference right where you are. So many people recognize the problems in our state but fail to get involved in helping to solve the problems. We need people who will stand up and be a voice in our culture. 
 
 
 
This is your chance to do just that. Not only will you be informed on legislation currently in the California State Capitol, you will also meet individuals who share your values for faith, freedom, and family. Let us connect you with others you can stand in this battle with. 
There will be a no-host lunch break. Feel free to bring a sack lunch to enjoy outdoors or grab a bite at a nearby restaurant. 

We will provide packets with information and resources to help you. In order to help us plan accordingly you MUST pre-register to attend Lobby Day. 
 
Register Now!
If you have any questions about the event please contact Danielle Cullum at daniellec@capitolresource.org
 
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there!
 
For Faith, Family, and Freedom,
 
Karen England
Executive Director
Capitol Resource Institute
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Important Information for Lobby Day

March 27, 2013 by

Having trouble viewing this email? Click here Capitol Resource Institute’s 2013 Citizen Lobby Day When Tuesday April 2, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM PDT Add to Calendar Where California Secretary of State Auditorium 1500 11th Street (Cross streets are 11th and O) Sacramento, CA 95814 (Cross streets are 11th and O) (There is a parking garage located on 11th between O and P. The cost is $1.25 per 20 minutes or $20 max. Cash only for parking garage. Public parking is on uncovered top levels.) Driving Directions Are you attending? There is still time to register! If you’ve never attended a Citizen Lobby Day you will not want to miss this. Come be informed and encouraged to make a difference right where you are. So many people recognize the problems in our state but fail to get involved in helping to solve the problems. We need people who will stand up and be a voice in our culture. This is your chance to do just that. Not only will you be informed on legislation currently in the California State Capitol, you will also meet individuals who share your values for faith, freedom, and family. Let us connect you with others you can stand in this battle with. There will be a no-host lunch break. Feel free to bring a sack lunch to enjoy outdoors or grab a bite at a nearby restaurant. We will provide packets with information and resources to help you. In order to help us plan accordingly you MUST pre-register to attend Lobby Day. Register Now! If you have any questions about the event please contact Danielle Cullum at daniellec@capitolresource.org. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there! For Faith, Family, and Freedom, Karen England Executive Director Capitol Resource Institute

Filed Under: Capitol Update

Important Information for Lobby Day

March 27, 2013 by

Capitol Resource Institute’s
2013 Citizen Lobby Day
When
Tuesday April 2, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM PDT
Add to Calendar

 

Where

California Secretary of State Auditorium
1500 11th Street
(Cross streets are 11th and O)
Sacramento, CA 95814

(Cross streets are 11th and O)
(There is a parking garage located on 11th between O and P. The cost is $1.25 per 20 minutes or $20 max. Cash only for parking garage. Public parking is on uncovered top levels.)

Driving Directions

Are you attending? There is still time to register! 

If you’ve never attended a Citizen Lobby Day you will not want to miss this. Come be informed and encouraged to make a difference right where you are. So many people recognize the problems in our state but fail to get involved in helping to solve the problems. We need people who will stand up and be a voice in our culture. 
 
 
 
This is your chance to do just that. Not only will you be informed on legislation currently in the California State Capitol, you will also meet individuals who share your values for faith, freedom, and family. Let us connect you with others you can stand in this battle with. 
There will be a no-host lunch break. Feel free to bring a sack lunch to enjoy outdoors or grab a bite at a nearby restaurant. 

We will provide packets with information and resources to help you. In order to help us plan accordingly you MUST pre-register to attend Lobby Day. 
 
Register Now!
If you have any questions about the event please contact Danielle Cullum at daniellec@capitolresource.org
 
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there!
 
For Faith, Family, and Freedom,
 
Karen England
Executive Director
Capitol Resource Institute
Filed Under: Capitol Update

SB 323 – Attack on Religious Liberties and Non-Profits (Lara)

March 27, 2013 by

Position: Oppose

CRI’s Analysis
This bill would revoke the tax-exempt status of all non-profit youth organizations deemed to be discriminating based on sexual orientation, gender identity and other categories. SB 323 targets public youth charities whose tenets do not permit homosexual or transgendered persons to serve in their leadership or membership, including those programs affiliated with K-12 public and private schools.

This bill specifically names the following entities as youth organizations:
Little League, Bobby Sox, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Campfire, Inc., Young Men’s Christian Association, Young Women’s Christian Association, Future Farmers of America, Future Homemakers of America, 4-H Clubs, Distributive Education Clubs of America, Future Business Leaders of America, Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, Collegiate Young Farmers, Boys’ Clubs, Girls’ Clubs, Special Olympics, Inc., American Youth Soccer Organization, California Youth Soccer Association, North, California Youth Soccer Association, South, and Pop Warner football.

If this bill becomes law, these and any organization whose primary purpose is to provide a supervised program of competitive sports for youth, or to promote good citizenship in youth including any youth group sponsored by or affiliated with nonprofit private educational institutions, would be forced to change their policies to include acceptance of homosexual and transgendered leaders and members or lose their tax exempt status in the State of California. This is a direct attack on religious liberties and the children will be the ones that will be hurt by this law if these organizations are not permitted to maintain their tax-exempt status. This law would be devastating to hundreds of thousands of people in this state and should be opposed.

Legislative Update

Status –  Assembly floor (Order to the inactive file 9/12/2013)

8/21/2013 – Passed 12-5 Assembly Appropriations
Click here for the committee votes

8/13/13 – Passed 6-3 in Assembly Judiciary Committee
Click here for the committee votes

8/12/13 – Passed 6-3 in Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee
Click here for the committee votes

5/29/13 – Passed 27-9 on Senate Floor
Click here for the floor votes

4/29/13 – Chair of Appropriations Committee sent to the Senate without a hearing or vote in committee

4/10/13 – Passed 5-2 in Senate Governance and Finance Committee
Click here for the committee votes

Read SB 323 Here

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Proposition 8 Hearing Today

March 26, 2013 by

CRI
Proposition 8 Hearing Today
In just a few hours, the Supreme Court will hear arguments regarding Proposition 8 and the right of states to protect marriage.

 

Here are 3 things you can do today.
  • Pray
Pray for wisdom for the Supreme Court and those who are representing traditional marriage.

 

  • Listen
Listen to the hearing.  The audio will be delayed but you can hear then on the website of The Supreme Court which will be available no later than 1 p.m. Eastern. 

 

  • Participate
Participate in a conference call. Tonight, Dr. John Eastman will discuss what happened inside the Supreme Court during the Proposition 8 oral argument. You can participate with questions by using the telephone number in the registration instructions, or directly from your computer or mobile device, if you have a microphone capability.

 

6 pm Pacific time (9 p.m. Eastern) on Tuesday, March 26

 

Limited again to the first 100 people to register at this link:

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Capitol Resource Institute’s mission is to educate, advocate, protect, and defend family-friendly policies in California’s state legislature and at the local government level.  Capitol Resource Institute is  a 501c3 non-profit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.
 
If you benefit from the work CRI performs on behalf of families, please consider a

tax-deductible contribution today! 

Make an Online Donation 

Today!

Filed Under: Capitol Update