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The California Senate is Not Ready to Expand the Consumer Right of Action

Christina Kroll Senate Bill 561’s smooth sail through the California legislature came to an end on Thursday, May 16.  On the eve of the deadline for all fiscal committees to hear and report on the bills introduced in their house, … Continue reading

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NY State Senate Passes Bill To Allow Release of Trump’s State Tax Returns

#NYSenate Bill S5072A was passed Wednesday allowing state officials to provide Congress with the state tax returns of President Trump, state and other federal elected officials (and) another bill passed curtailing the impact of Presidential pardons. HuffPo – “The TRUST … Continue reading

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California: Tell the Senate To Empower You To Protect Your Own Privacy

Californians have a constitutional right to privacy, and 94 percent of Californians agree they should be able to take companies that violate their privacy to court. S.B. 561, authored by Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, would provide consumers with that right and … Continue reading

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Minnesota House and Senate at Odds Over Gas Tax Increase

The Minnesota House of Representatives and Senate have each passed an infrastructure funding bill, but the two chambers have very different ideas of how to generate additional revenue for road and bridge repairs. The sticking point? Whether to increase the … Continue reading

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Manager Licensure Bill Clears House and Heads to the Senate!

With one week left in the Colorado Legislative Session, an amended version of House Bill 19-1212 (“HB 1212”) has just cleared the Colorado House of Representatives on a 44 to 22 vote, with 1 excused, and is moving to the … Continue reading

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