Eagle Forum was founded in 1972 by Phyllis Stewart Schafly. Phyllis was an American constitutional lawyer and movement conservative. She held staunchly conservative social and political views, supported anti-feminism, opposed abortion, and successfully campaigned against ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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LEGISLATIVE UPDATES FEBRUARY 2022
SB866 - Minors: vaccine consent. Status: 02/07/2022 Joint Rule 55 suspended. (Ayes 31. Noes 6.)
An act to add Section 6931 to the Family Code, relating to minors.
˃ Introduced by Senators Scott Wiener and Richard Pan, January 20, 2022
· (Principal coauthor: Assembly Member Buffy Wicks)
· (Coauthor: Senator Josh Newman)
· (Coauthors: Assembly Members Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, Laura Friedman, Evan Low, Phil Ting, Akilah Weber)
Existing law prescribes various circumstances under which a minor may consent to their medical care and treatment without the consent of a parent or guardian. These circumstances include, among others, authorizing a minor 12 years of age or older who may have come into contact with an infectious, contagious, or communicable disease to consent to medical care related to the diagnosis or treatment of the disease, if the disease or condition is one that is required by law or regulation to be reported to the local health officer, or is a related sexually transmitted disease, as may be determined by the State Public Health Officer.
This bill would additionally authorize a minor 12 years of age or older to consent to vaccines that meet specified federal agency criteria. The bill would authorize a vaccine provider, as defined, to administer a vaccine pursuant to the bill, but would not authorize the vaccine provider to provide any service that is otherwise outside the vaccine provider’s scope of practice. CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE BILL
SB871 - Public health: immunizations. Status: 02/07/2022 Joint Rule 55 suspended. (Ayes 31. Noes 6.)
An act to amend Sections 120325 and 120335 of, and to repeal Section 120338 of, the Health and Safety Code, relating to public health.
˃ Introduced by Senator Richard Pan, January 24, 2022
· (Principal coauthors: Senators Josh Newman and Scott Wiener)
· (Principal coauthors: Assembly Members Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, Akilah Weber, Buffy Wicks)
Existing law prohibits the governing authority of a school or other institution from unconditionally admitting any person as a pupil of any public or private elementary or secondary school, childcare center, day nursery, nursery school, family day care home, or development center, unless prior to their admission to that institution they have been fully immunized against various diseases, including measles, mumps, pertussis, hepatitis B, and any other disease deemed appropriate by the State Department of Public Health, as specified. Existing law authorizes an exemption from those provisions for medical reasons. CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE BILL
AB1993 - Employment: COVID-19 vaccination requirements. Status: May go to Committee 03/13/2022
An act to add Section 12940.4 to the Government Code, relating to employment.
˃ Introduced by Assembly Members Buffy Wicks, Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, Eric Low, and Akilah Weber
· (Principal coauthors: Senators Josh Newman, Richard Pan, and Scott Wiener)
· (Coauthors: Assembly Members Sharon Quirk Silva and Mark Stone)
· (Coauthor: Senator Bill Dodd)
Existing law, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), establishes the Department of Fair Employment and Housing within the Business, Consumer Services, and Housing Agency and sets forth its powers and duties relating to the enforcement of civil rights laws with respect to housing and employment.
This bill would require an employer to require each person who is an employee or independent contractor, and who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, to show proof to the employer, or an authorized agent thereof, that the person has been vaccinated against COVID-19. This bill would establish an exception from this vaccination requirement for a person who is ineligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine due to a medical condition or disability or because of a sincerely held religious belief, as specified, and would require compliance with various other state and federal laws. The bill would require proof-of-vaccination status to be obtained in a manner that complies with federal and state privacy laws and not be retained by the employer, unless the person authorizes the employer to retain proof.
This bill would require, on January 1, 2023, each employer to affirm, in a form and manner provided by the department, that each employee or independent contractor complied with these provisions and would require the employer to affirm that each new employee or independent contractor is in compliance at the time of hiring or contracting with that person. The bill would require the department to impose a penalty of an unspecified amount on an employer for any violation of these provisions. CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE BILL
AB2098 - Physicians and surgeons: unprofessional conduct. Status: Eligible for Committee 03/17/2022
An act to add Section 2270 to the Business and Professions Code, relating to healing arts.
˃ Introduced by Assembly Member Eric Low, February 14, 2022
· (Coauthors: Assembly Members Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, Akilah Weber, Buffy Wicks)
· (Coauthors: Senators Richard Pan and Scott Wiener)
Existing law provides for the licensure and regulation of physicians and surgeons by the Medical Board of California and the Osteopathic Medical Board of California. Existing law requires the applicable board to take action against any licensed physician and surgeon who is charged with unprofessional conduct, as provided.
This bill would designate the dissemination or promotion of misinformation or disinformation related to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, or “COVID-19,” as unprofessional conduct. The bill would require the board to consider specified factors prior to bringing a disciplinary action against a physician and surgeon. The bill would also make findings and declarations in this regard. CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE BILL
AB1725 - Illegal cultivation of cannabis Status: Goes to Committee February 27, 2022
An act to amend Section 11358 of the Health and Safety Code, relating to controlled substances.
˃ Introduced by Assembly Member Chris Smith
Existing law, the California Uniform Controlled Substances Act (the act), as amended by the Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), enacted by the voters at the November 8, 2016, statewide general election, makes it a crime to plant, cultivate, harvest, dry, or process more than 6 living cannabis plants without a commercial cannabis license. The act makes those actions a misdemeanor for a person over 18 years of age but less than 21 years of age and a misdemeanor for a person over 18 years of age, unless specified conditions exist, including various prior offenses, in which case the actions may be punished as a felony.
AUMA authorizes the Legislature to amend its provisions with a 2/3 vote of both houses to further its purposes and intent. This bill would amend AUMA to make it a felony, punishable by 16 months or 2 or 3 years in county jail, for a person over 18 years of age to plant, cultivate, harvest, dry, or process more than 6 living cannabis plants. By increasing the penalty for a crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.
CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE BILL
AB 785 – Mental health Status: February 03, 2020 - Return of Bills Joint Rule 56
An act to add Chapter 22 (commencing with Section 26255) to Division 20 of the Health and Safety Code, relating to mental health.
˃ Introduced by Assembly Member Robert Rivas
Existing law authorizes a person in custody who has been charged with, or convicted of, a criminal offense to apply for inpatient or outpatient mental health services. Existing law establishes various grant programs to help local governments provide mental health services, including the primary intervention program and the California Emergency Solutions Grant Program.
This bill would, upon appropriation, establish the Mental Health Response and Treatment Challenge Grant Pilot Program. The bill would provide that the purpose of the pilot program is to provide a statewide investment program to provide funds and flexibility to cities, counties, cities and counties, or other local governmental agencies that interact with the criminal justice system to develop programs that seek to improve services in 3 areas, as specified. The bill would require the Board of State and Community Corrections to administer the pilot program and award grants on a competitive basis. CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE BILL
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CRT BACKFIRES as School Board Recalls SURGE Across Nation!!!
Dr. William Lionberger, a police officer and founder of Guardians of Humanity's Children as well as one of the original America's Frontline Doctors, speaks on the use of dangerous protocols that are causing unnecessary deaths in hospitals, while lawlessly separating patients from their family to gain more control.
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Sen. Braun to Dr. Fauci: "Did Facebook consult with you when deciding what is COVID misinformation?"
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Structure: VMOSA – Vision, Mission, Objective, Strategy, Action Plan
The Vision of the Eagle Forum Orange County Chapter is to see a return to conservative ideals that restore and preserve the United States of America as a constitutional Republic system of government and economics.
The Mission of the Eagle Forum of Orange County is to be a major contributor in the restoration of conservative principles and values by attaining local and state government, U.S. House and U.S. Senate majorities.
Our Objective is to restore Orange County districts to conservative control.
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Anne Schlafly Cori, Chairman
Kris Ullman, President
Cathie Adams, 1st vice-president
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David Pryune, Deputy Director
Hillary Green, Secretary
Jon Matthews, Treasurer
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