GOVERNOR BROWN VETOED SB 174!
GREAT JOB CALIFORNIANS!
Governor Brown VETOED Senator Ricardo Lara’s bill, SB 174, that would have allowed illegal aliens to serve on boards and commissions. We The People Rising and The Remembrance Project members have been actively lobbying against this legislation, testified against the bill at the Sacramento hearings, and are recorded in the legislation as official opposition. We The People Rising launched a statewide campaign to contact Governor Brown to VETO SB 174, once the bill passed out of the assembly and the senate.
Robin Hvidston had contacted various legal firms after the bill passed out of the senate, and was headed to governor’s desk for signature, to determine if a lawsuit could be filed if Governor Brown signed SB 174 into law. Perhaps Governor Brown did not want to face another federal lawsuit. At any rate, this is a huge victory for the citizens of California.
The current law will stand – ONLY U.S. citizens can serve on boards and commission!
READ GOVERNOR BROWN’S VETO STATEMENT:
RECALL VICTORVILLE CITY COUNCIL MEMBER BLANCA GOMEZ
Join us at the Victorville City Council Meeting
Tuesday, October 2
Victorville City Hall
14343 Civic Drive
Victorville, CA 92393-5001
Ohio Congressman Bob Gibbs introduced legislation that would require proof of citizenship before registering to vote.
ACLU SUING LOS ALAMITOS OVER SANCTUARY STATE OPT OUT
7/27/18 FIRST HEARING POSTPONED – Orange County Superior Court Santa Ana, CA
Report by Robin Hvidston
NOTE: The Los Alamitos Mayor set up a Go Fund Me page to raise money to fight the ACLU in court. The court cost has been estimated to be up to $100,000. So far, $27,000 has been raised. PLEASE DONATE! Click on the link below.
In front of the Orange County Superior Court Civil Complex Center. This is where complicated civil lawsuit cases are litigated. The first hearing for the case was scheduled for July 27, 2018.
The ACLU and the plaintiff against Los Alamitos, the Los Alamitos Community United, had scheduled a press conference that was to be held at 12noon on 7/27/18 before the 1:30pm hearing. However, when supporters of Los Alamitos arrived at the press conference location, it was discovered the ACLU case against Los Alamitos had been postponed.
Inside the courthouse, Arthur Schaper met with a rather unfriendly clerk who told him the ACLU case against Los Alamitos had been postponed. Apparently, the judge had recused herself because of a conflict of interest. No information about the conflict was available.
A new hearing date will be scheduled for the ACLU lawsuit against Los Alamitos.
The Los Alamitos supporters staged a rally opposing the Sanctuary State Law since the ACLU press conference had been cancelled. There were passersby in support of the rally and Trump!
ARTICLE & COPY OF THE ACLU LAWSUIT
CALL YOUR CA ASSEMBLY MEMBER – tell them to vote NO on SB 174 on the full floor assembly vote. Find you CA State Assembly Member here: https://www.assembly.ca.gov/assemblymembers
Senator Ricardo Lara’S Bill To Allow Illegal Aliens To Be Appointed To Boards and Commissions
Assembly Judiciary Committee
7/3/18 Sacramento, CA – Report by Robin Hvidston
Photo in front of the CA Assembly Judiciary Committee room. From left to right: Louis Reyes, Tai Decker, Greg Susca, Jean McCloud, Raul Rodriguez, Gloria Manchiocci, and Robin Hvidston, photographer.
VIDEO of the Assembly Judiciary Committee hearing. Senator Ricardo Lara presented his bill SB 174 to allow illegal aliens to serve on boards and commissions and receive grant and stipend monies. Gary Grindall61 uploaded the hearing to his You Tube channel. As was expected, the bill passed out of committee along a party line vote. All Assembly committees are comprised of 6 Democrats and 3 Republicans.
Expert witnesses against SB 174 testify at 8:41
Assembly Judiciary Committee hearing.
At committee hearings, the bill order depends on when the author of the bill signs in. Senator Ricardo Lara normally signs in to be one of the first presenters. However, during this hearing, he did not sign in until the second to the last presenter. He dashed in through a private side door to present his illegal alien bill, and when the hearing was finished, he dashed back out quickly through a side door. It was concluded he was trying to dodge We The People Rising members when he spoke at the end of the hearing schedule, after arriving and leaving through a private side door…
It was a full schedule so the group of Citizen Lobbyists had to sit through about 14 hearings before Senator Ricardo Lara’s bills were presented.
READ THE BILL: