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Students, state schools leader, lawmakers, advocates tell administrators: Native regalia is legal; stop sidestepping law
SACRAMENTO—Military retirees and their surviving spouses are one step closer to seeing their armed forces pensions exempt from state taxation after the Assembly today approved AB 46 on a bipartisan 77-0 vote. Several past attempts at similar legislation have failed to pass the house of origin.
SACRAMENTO—Legislation by Assemblymember James C. Ramos (D-San Bernardino) ranging from tax exemptions for military retirees to public safety on tribal lands to measures to preventing fentanyl overdose deaths on state community college and California State University campuses have cleared the Assembly Appropriations Committee’s Suspense file. The approved measures will next be heard by the full 80-member Assembly in the coming weeks.
SACRAMENTO—Assemblymember James Ramos (D-San Bernardino) today issued the following statement on the proposed May Revise to the 2023-24 state budget:
SACRAMENTO—Hundreds will join tribal leaders, lawmakers, advocates, and Native American cultural performers for a solemn candlelight vigil at the state Capitol Wednesday evening memorializing Missing or Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP). It climaxes a week of activities highlighting disproportionate cases of violence against Native American sponsored by the California Native American Legislative Caucus.
SACRAMENTO—As the national day to commemorate Missing or Murdered Indigenous People (MIIP) on May 5 nears, the California Native American Legislative Caucus will mark the first week in May with a round of activities highlighting disproportionate cases of violence against Native Americans. California has two tribes that have declared a state of emergency because of violence against their tribal members.