Gavin Newsom has relinquished the governorship for a two-week vacation in Central America. In his absence, I’m calling on Acting Governor Kounalakis to end the State of Emergency.

I’ve also introduced a bill to make future “emergencies” end of their own accord. AB 2902 would put a 30-day time limit on any emergency declaration. 

This comes as the defeat of AB 1993, the radical employer mandate, is still reverberating through the Capitol. In fact, its rejection was so emphatic that one of the bill’s co-authors “requested to remove my name.”

While we’ve killed one bill, at least seven remain: An intrusive new testing bill passed a committee last week, and the bill to defund police for not enforcing mask mandates is up this week. I’ll continue to update the status of each bill here.

Meanwhile, the backlash keeps growing against the Supermajority’s botched hijacking of my bill to suspend the gas tax, and the story continues to dominate news coverage.  As Jon Coupal wrote, the Democrats “planed to ambush Kiley’s proposal. But their plan backfired badly.” 

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Kevin Kiley is a Republican California Legislator fighting back against the Supermajority and Special Interests at the State Capitol and Washington D.C. Sign up for updates to be part of our growing movement, and join other Californians of patriotism, decency, and common sense who want nothing more than to save our state and our country.