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AB 2943 passes Judicial Committee; sent to sent Appropriations Committee

AB 2943 passes Judicial Committee; sent to sent Appropriations Committee

By Michael Hernandez SACRAMENTO—The State Senate Judiciary Committee passed AB 2943 by a 4-2 vote Tuesday which now takes the measure that outlaws helping anyone with unwanted same-sex desires or gender confusion to the seven-member Senate Standing Committee on Appropriations (chaired by Senator Anthony Portantino, D-25th District representing La Canada-Flintridge).  This Committee will not meet […]

Rob McCoy: “Remove Christ from the culture and it implodes” — A Day of Action at the State Capital

Rob McCoy: “Remove Christ from the culture and it implodes” — A Day of Action at the State Capital

    By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  The California Family Council is urging “A Day of Action” at the West steps of the State Capitol in Sacramento on Tuesday, June 12 starting at 9 a.m. with testimonies from 20 plus “once gay” individuals.  A meeting of pastors and  “concerned citizens” will be held at noon. […]

California Family Council holds May 15 Sacramento rally opposing AB 2943

California Family Council holds May 15 Sacramento rally opposing AB 2943

By Michael Hernandez SACRAMENTO—The California Family Council is organizing a short rally on the North Steps of the Capitol Tuesday, May 15th from 1-1:30 p.m. with guest speakers.   Rally participants will then visit Senate offices from 1:30-4 p.m. to express opposition to AB 2943—a bill that outlaws resources, conferences, or paid counseling for anyone with […]

Walkouts, Lawsuits, DNC Sues, Californians Push back on Sanctuary State and More |Look At News Daily  (April 14-20/Day 85-91) Week 13

Walkouts, Lawsuits, DNC Sues, Californians Push back on Sanctuary State and More |Look At News Daily  (April 14-20/Day 85-91) Week 13

By Michael Hernandez   April 14 (Saturday): Day 85 Billionaire wants California divided into three states Billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper believes that to better represent its citizens, California should be divided. Draper has been pitching the “Cal 3” plan for years, but 2018 has given it the sort of traction it needs to get […]