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Meeting Resources: May 19, 2008

Governmental Relations Committee Meeting

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Agenda Items

All times listed are approximate. If a separate link to the audio is not available for an item, use the closest previous one.

Day / Time Item No. Item More Info Report Presentation Discussion
Monday, 1:00   Roll Call       Listen
   1 Legislave Update, May 2008 View Read   Listen
   2 May Revision to the Proposed 2008–09 State Budget: Summary View Read   Listen

Commission Members at this Meeting: Attendance and Voting Record

Commissioner Attendance Voting Record
Day 1 Item 1Item 1
AB 2458 (Walters) INACTIVE
Item 1
AB 2489 (Arambula) SUPPORT
Item 1
SB 1585 (Padilla) SUPPORT
Item 1
AB 1821 (Portantino) SUPPORT
Item 1
AB 1457 (Steinberg) SUPPORT
Item 1
AB 2296 (Mullin) SUPPORT
Howard Welinsky, Chair
Present YesYes*Yes*Yes**Yes**YesYes
George W. Nickel, III
Present YesYesYesYesYesYes*Yes
John P. Perez
Present YesYesYesYes*YesYesYes
Ralph R. Pesqueira
Present YesYesYesYesYesYesYes
H. Eric Schockman
Present YesYes**Yes**YesYesYes**Yes
Olivia K. Singh
Ex Officio
Present YesYesYesYesYes*YesYes
Total6 6/0/0 6/0/0 6/0/0 6/0/0 6/0/0 6/0/0 6/0/0
 * Motioned
** Seconded
Ballot Count: Yes/No/Abstained

More Information About Items

  • Item 1: Legislave Update, May 2008
    Commission staff will update the Committee on recent legislative developments. Staff will discuss and recommend positions on bills pending in the State Legislature. Since the March 25–26 Commis¬sion meeting, both the Assembly and the Senate held hearings that have resulted in amendments to legislation. Staff will summarize these changes and update their recommendations.
    Presented by: Julia Blair, Kevin Woolfork
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  • Item 2: May Revision to the Proposed 2008–09 State Budget: Summary
    This document summarizes the revision of the Governor’s proposed 2008-09 state budget, as released on Wednesday, May 14. Each year the Governor amends the January budget proposal in mid-May, taking into account changes in state revenues and anticipated expenditures. This item presents higher education budget highlights and a summary of state finances to date.
    Presented by: Kevin Woolfork
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