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					                               WFA FRIDAY REPORT - LAST 10 DAYS
                                           9/11/2009


AB 99(De Leon) Secondhand dealers and coin dealers. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 01/07/2009
Last Amend: 08/20/2009
Status: 09/08/2009-Senate amendments concurred in. To enrollment.
Location: 09/08/2009-A ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would also provide that the verification is valid if the person taking the information reasonably
relies on a Matricula Consular in addition to another item of identification bearing an address. This bill
contains other related provisions.

Organization: WFA

AB 122(Coto) Tribal gaming: compact ratification. (A-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 01/15/2009
Last Amend: 09/10/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Senate Rule 29.3 suspended. From committee chair, with author's amendments:
Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on RLS.
Withdrawn from committee. Re-referred to Com. on RLS.
Location: 09/10/2009-S RLS.

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would ratify the tribal-state gaming compact entered into between the State of California and
the Pinoleville Pomo Nation, executed on March 10, 2009. The bill would require that related revenue
contributions be deposited into the General Fund, except as specified, and would also provide that, in
deference to tribal sovereignty, certain actions may not be deemed projects for purposes of the California
Environmental Quality Act. This bill contains other related provisions.

Organization: WFA

AB 136(Silva) Horse racing: imported harness or quarter horse races. (E-09/09/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 01/20/2009
Last Amend: 08/17/2009
Status: 09/03/2009-Assembly Rule 77 suspended. Urgency clause adopted. Senate amendments
concurred in. To enrollment.
Location: 09/03/2009-A ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would delete that limitation regarding the total number of harness or quarter horse races
imported in a calendar year. This bill contains other related provisions.

Organization: WFA

AB 246(Price) Horse racing: deductions and distributions: trust funds: harness and quarter horse
racing. (A-06/26/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/10/2009
Last Amend: 06/26/2009
Status: 09/09/2009-From committee: With recommendation: That Senate amendments be concurred in.
(Ayes 15. Noes 0.) (September 9).
Location: 08/31/2009-A CONCURRENCE
2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered


Calendar: 09/11/09 16 ASM UNFINISHED BUSINESS CONCURRENCE IN SENATE AMENDMENTS
Summary: Would require a person licensed to conduct a horse racing meeting to hold in trust the
distributions required to be made pursuant to the Horse Racing Law until the funds are paid to the various
distributees. The bill would provide that these required deductions, except for those that enure to the
benefit of the racing association, are trust funds and shall not be used by the racing association for any
purpose other than for payment to those distributees as directed by the Horse Racing Law. The bill would
provide that these funds are not the property of the racing association and are to be held in a separate
depository account until they are actually distributed as provided for in the Horse Racing Law. By
codifying requirements on licensees under the Horse Racing Law, the violation of which would be a
crime, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions
and other existing laws.

Organization: WFA

AB 402(Davis) Employment: entertainment work permits. (E-09/09/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/23/2009
Last Amend: 08/31/2009
Status: 09/09/2009-Assembly Rule 77 suspended. Senate amendments concurred in. To enrollment.
Location: 09/09/2009-A ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would require that a fee be submitted at the time the minor applies for the work permit. The
bill would specify that the fee be deposited into the Entertainment Work Permit Fund, which would be
created by the bill, and would make this fee revenue available to the Labor Commissioner, upon
appropriation, for the costs of issuing the permit, enforcing the provisions regulating a minor's
employment in fields requiring issuance of an entertainment work permit, and administering the
entertainment work permit program. The bill would provide that the fee to be submitted to the Labor
Commissioner pursuant to these provisions would be $50 until January 1, 2012, and, on and after
January 1, 2012, the fee would be set by the Labor Commissioner in an amount, not to exceed $50,
sufficient to pay for the costs set forth above.

Organization: WFA

AB 490(Smyth) Pet stores. (E-09/08/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/24/2009
Last Amend: 07/09/2009
Status: 09/08/2009-Enrolled and to the Governor at 4:15 p.m.
Location: 09/08/2009-A ENROLLED

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would revise the definition of a pet store to exclude the selling, or offering for sale, animals to
an agricultural operation for purposes that are directly related to the raising of livestock or poultry on a
farm or ranch. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

Organization: WFA

AB 945(Committee on Agriculture) Secretary of Food and Agriculture regulation: equine drugs:
fruits, nuts, and vegetables standards. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/26/2009
Last Amend: 04/13/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-In Assembly. To enrollment.
Location: 09/10/2009-A ENROLLMENT
2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would delete the exemption from the provisions on the drugging of horses applicable to any
horse show, competition, or sale certified by the secretary. This bill contains other related provisions and
other existing laws.

Organization: WFA

AB 1006(Buchanan) State buildings: building locations: considerations. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/27/2009
Last Amend: 06/01/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Enrolled and to the Governor at 10:30 a.m.
Location: 09/10/2009-A ENROLLED

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would require, notwithstanding any other provision of law, the department to consider
specified factors in selecting a location for the lease, lease with the option to purchase, construction, or
purchase of a state building in excess of 10,000 square feet.

Organization: WFA

AB 1122(Lieu) Animal abuse: sale of live animals. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/27/2009
Last Amend: 06/29/2009
Status: 09/08/2009-Senate amendments concurred in. To enrollment.
Location: 09/08/2009-A ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would provide, in addition and with specified exceptions, that it shall be a crime, punishable
as specified, for any person to willfully sell, display or offer for sale or give away as part of a commercial
transaction, a live animal on any street, highway, public right-of-way, parking lot, carnival, or boardwalk.
The bill would provide that a notice describing the charge and the penalty for a violation of this bill may be
issued by a peace officer, animal control officer, or humane officer. By creating a new crime, this bill
would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
existing laws.

Organization: WFA

AB 1215(De La Torre) Public employment: furloughs. (A-09/04/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/27/2009
Last Amend: 09/04/2009
Status: 09/08/2009-Read second time. To third reading. Re-referred to Com. on RLS. pursuant to Senate
Rule 29.10(c).
Location: 09/08/2009-S THIRD READING

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would exempt employees in positions funded at least 95% by sources other than the General
Fund from furloughs implemented by any state agencies, boards, and commissions. The bill would also
prohibit a state agency, board, or commission from directly or indirectly implementing or assisting in
implementing a furlough of those employees. The bill would define "employee" for the purpose of those
provisions and would also specify that nothing in those provisions shall be construed as legal
authorization for the imposition of furloughs on employees through Executive order. The bill would also
make related findings and declarations.

Organization: WFA
AB 1282(Hall) Alcoholic beverages. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/27/2009
Last Amend: 07/06/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Enrolled and to the Governor at 10:30 a.m.
Location: 09/10/2009-A ENROLLED

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would provide that, with regard to beer, a beer manufacturer, as defined, may give consumer
advertising specialties to the general public that do not exceed $3 per unit original cost to the beer
manufacturer who purchased it. This bill would prohibit a beer manufacturer from requiring a beer
wholesaler to fund the purchase of these consumer advertising specialties. This bill contains other related
provisions.

Organization: WFA

AB 1575(Committee on Governmental Organization) Horse racing. (A-09/04/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 03/23/2009
Last Amend: 09/04/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Read third time, passage refused. (Ayes 24. Noes 8.) Motion to reconsider made by
Senator Price. Reconsideration granted. (Ayes 40. Noes 0.)
Location: 09/10/2009-S THIRD READING

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered


Calendar: 09/11/09 67 SEN ASSEMBLY BILLS-THIRD READING FILE
Summary: Would include outriders in the definition of racing officials thus requiring them to be licensed
and examined, as specified. The bill would also provide that oral examinations for stewards shall be
conducted by a panel of not less than 3 members of the board, while oral examinations for official
veterinarians shall be conducted by a panel of not less than one member of the board, the equine medical
director, and the executive director of the board. By expanding the scope of an existing crime, this bill
would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other
existing laws.

Organization: WFA

AB 1576(Chesbro) Tribal gaming. (A-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 03/23/2009
Last Amend: 09/10/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Senate Rule 29.3 suspended. From committee chair, with author's amendments:
Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on RLS.
Location: 09/10/2009-S RLS.

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would ratify the tribal-state gaming compact entered into between the State of California and
the Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake, executed on September 2, 2009. The bill would require that
related revenue contributions be deposited into the General Fund, except as specified, and would also
provide that, in deference to tribal sovereignty, certain actions may not be deemed projects for purposes
of the California Environmental Quality Act. This bill contains other related provisions.

Organization: WFA

AB 1577(Coto) Problem and pathological gambling. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 03/23/2009
Last Amend: 07/01/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Senate amendments concurred in. To enrollment.
Location: 09/10/2009-A ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would require the prevention program developed by the office to include development of
education and awareness programs that specifically target geographically diverse multicultural
populations, and would require the office to develop a grant program for education, outreach, and
prevention, giving preferences to grant applications that meet prescribed conditions.

Organization: WFA

AB 1578(Committee on Governmental Organization) Horse racing: thoroughbred racing:
California-bred bonus program. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 03/23/2009
Last Amend: 07/23/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Enrolled and to the Governor at 10:30 a.m.
Location: 09/10/2009-A ENROLLED

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would revise the definition of "certain claiming races" for those purposes. This bill contains
other related provisions and other existing laws.

Organization: WFA

SB 41(Lowenthal) Firearms. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 01/06/2009
Last Amend: 09/03/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. (Ayes 23. Noes 14.) To enrollment.
Location: 09/10/2009-S ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would require the Attorney General to maintain certain information related to the dated
delivery of handguns. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

Organization: WFA

SB 131(Wiggins) Alcoholic beverages: tied-house restrictions: symphony associations. (A-
09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/09/2009
Last Amend: 09/10/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Read second time. Amended. To second reading.
Location: 09/10/2009-A SECOND READING

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered


Calendar: 09/11/09 1 ASM SENATE SECOND READING FILE
Summary: Would additionally , until December 31, 2014, authorize monetary contributions and
contributions of alcoholic beverages by specified alcoholic beverage licensees to a symphony association
under specified circumstances, including that the symphony association has been incorporated in the City
and County of San Francisco by and through its predecessor organizations for a specified amount of time
. This bill would make findings regarding the need for special legislation. This bill contains other related
provisions and other existing laws.

Organization: WFA
SB 136(Huff) State real property. (E-09/08/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/10/2009
Last Amend: 06/23/2009
Status: 09/04/2009-Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. (Ayes 39. Noes 0. Page 2216.) To
enrollment.
Location: 09/04/2009-S ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would authorize the department to dispose of 3 specified parcels of real property pursuant to
certain provisions.

Organization: WFA

SB 241(Runner) Retail food facilities. (E-09/04/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/24/2009
Last Amend: 07/01/2009
Status: 09/02/2009-Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. (Ayes 39. Noes 0. Page 2129.) To
enrollment.
Location: 09/02/2009-S ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would revise this definition to include the shell egg of an avian species, as specified, except a
balut and an egg product. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

Organization: WFA

SB 585(Leno) Agricultural District 1-A: firearm sales at the Cow Palace. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/27/2009
Last Amend: 07/08/2009
Status: 09/10/2009-Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. (Ayes 21. Noes 18.) To enrollment.
Location: 09/10/2009-S ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would prohibit events at which firearms and ammunition are sold at the Cow Palace, as
specified, located in District 1-A, except as provided, and would thereby make a violation of that
prohibition a misdemeanor. The bill would authorize up to 5 of those events per year for 3 years and
would require the district to replace those events with nonfirearm and nonammunition events, as
provided. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

Organization: WFA

SB 586(Yee) Agricultural districts: Cow Palace: sale. (A-09/04/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/27/2009
Last Amend: 09/04/2009
Status: 09/04/2009-Read third time. Amended. Re-referred to Coms. on B. & P. and APPR. pursuant to
Assembly Rule 77.2.
Location: 09/04/2009-A B. & P.

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would create District 1b, which consists of all of that real property that is a portion of District
1a that is commonly known as the Cow Palace, and would prescribe certain matters applicable to officers
of District 1a and District 1b. The bill would, among other things, (A) authorize the Department of General
Services to dispose of all or any portion of the real property that composes District 1b pursuant to a public
bidding process, as provided, (B) prohibit District 1b from entering into any contract, lease, or other
agreement affecting the use or operation of that real property for a period that exceeds 3 months, (C)
require those contracts, leases, or agreements to contain a certain cancellation notice, (D) authorize the
department to be reimbursed for reasonable costs or expenses, (E) authorize bonds involving District 1b
property to be paid from the proceeds of any disposition of District 1b property, (F) require the Director of
General Services to report specified information to the chairs of the fiscal committees of the Legislature
30 days prior to executing a transaction for the disposition of the real property, (G) require the director to
include a reservation to the state of mineral rights in the disposition of the real property, (H) require the
net disposition proceeds to be deposited into the District 1b Disposition Fund, which the bill would create
in the State Treasury, and (I) require the department to report annually to the Legislature on the status of
the disposition of the real property. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

Organization: WFA

SB 766(Negrete McLeod) Horse racing. (E-09/10/2009 html pdf)
Introduced: 02/27/2009
Last Amend: 08/31/2009
Status: 09/08/2009-Senate concurs in Assembly amendments. (Ayes 39. Noes 0.) To enrollment.
Location: 09/08/2009-S ENROLLMENT

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would provide that, in the event there are at any time uncommitted surplus funds in accounts
created pursuant to the above provisions of existing law, those unexpended funds may, at the written
request of the organization governing those funds and with the approval of the California Horse Racing
Board, be reallocated to any other fund or account created pursuant to the Horse Racing Law. The bill
would require the request to be accompanied by a certain report of receipts and expenditures, would
authorize the board to require quarterly reports of receipts and expenditures from approved requesters,
and would require the filing of a report accounting for all receipts and expenditures in any of the affected
funds with the board and certain legislative committees within one year of initial approval and annually
thereafter if approval is extended by the board. This bill contains other existing laws.

Organization: WFA

SB 830(Committee on Governmental Organization) Horse racing law: intent. (A-09/03/2009 html
pdf)
Introduced: 03/19/2009
Last Amend: 09/03/2009
Status: 09/03/2009-From committee with author's amendments. Read second time. Amended. Re-
referred to Com. on RULES.
Location: 07/24/2009-A APPR.

2YR/Dead 1st Desk 1st Policy 1st Fiscal 1st Floor 2nd Desk 2nd Policy 2nd Fiscal 2nd Floor Conf./Conc. Enrolled   Vetoed   Chaptered
Summary: Would delete from that expression of legislative intent supporting the network of California
fairs.

Organization: WFA

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