October 20, 2017 •
California Governor Jerry Brown Signs Legislation
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed four bills into law – three amending the Political Reform Act and one amending post employment restrictions.
Assembly Bill 867 states behested payments are not contributions and recasts the provisions defining the term “contribution.”
Senate Bill 45 prohibits sending mass mailings within the 60 days before an election by or on behalf of a candidate on the ballot.
Senate Bill 226 requires slate mailer organizations to disclose on any mailing whether the organization represents public safety personnel.
Assembly Bill 1620 extends the time frame a member of the Legislature can lobby after resignation from one year after leaving office to one year after the adjournment sine die of the session in which the resignation occurred.
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