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City Attorney Mara W. Elliott’s advocacy on legislation that impacts the rights and safety of San Diegans
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Request to oppose proposed $1.1 billion cut to Victims of Crime Act grants
Assembly Bill 2362 (Muratsuchi): Firearms dealers conduct of business -- Support
Request for Signature Assembly Bill 3020
Subject: SB 1141 (Rubio) Domestic Violence: Coercive Control
Senate Bill 1049 (Glaze,): Short-Term Rental Properties -- Support
Senate Bill 9 I 4 (Portantino): Firearms: Defining a Valid Hunting License -- Support
Assembly Bill 2847 (Chiu): Firearms: unsafe handguns -- Support
Letter in Support of Juneteenth to be declared an official City holiday
Senate Bill 1196 to strengthen California law concerning price gouging during declared emergencies
California Assembly Bill 276 to inform parents and guardians of California’s child access prevention and other laws relating to the safe storage of firearms
California Assembly Bill 206 to encourage homeowner participation in lead-based paint abatement programs
California Assembly Bill 12 to enhance the effectiveness of Gun Violence Restraining Orders
Federal Extreme Risk Protection Order Act of 2019 to prevent senseless gun violence
California Senate Bill 545: Mandatory Ignition Interlock for DUI Offender Act of 2019 to prevent driving under the influence
California Senate Bill 905 to allow cities to extend bar hours
California Senate Bill 349: Privilege from Civil Arrest at Courthouses to protect public access to the courts
California Assembly Bill 2074 to protect homeowners and hold accountable toxic lead paint companies
California Assembly Bill 2995 to allow property owners where lead-based paint is present to sue manufacturers for the cost of abatement
California Assembly Bill 3009 to impose a $1 fee on all paint sold in California that would go toward lead-based paint cleanup
California Assembly Bill 2073 to encourage homeowner participation in court-ordered lead-based paint abatement programs
California Assembly Bill 2803 to allow individuals injured by lead paint to easily seek remedies
Federal Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) to protect victims of domestic and sexual violence
California Assembly Bill 1312 to expand the rights of victims of sexual assault
California Assembly Bill 280 to allow Californians to opt-in to donating to the Rape Kit Back Log Voluntary Tax Contribution Fund
California Assembly Bill 41 to require local law enforcement track sexual assault evidence kits and provide annual reports to the Department of Justice
California Assembly Bill 1495 will help curb the demand for commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC)