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    Tell Governor Brown to Veto AB 144!

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    AB 144 has passed the Senate with a 21-18 vote. The bill will now return to the Assembly for concurrence and then be sent to Governor Brown's desk. Contact the Governor and express your disapproval for this attack on your fundamental rights.

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    Hopefully the busy signal.....

    Is everyone else telling him to VETO this ridiculous Assembly Bill ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by EXTREMEOPS1 View Post
    Is everyone else telling him to VETO this ridiculous Assembly Bill ....
    You can also try email or fax.

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    Emailed the governor

    Quote Originally Posted by onedavetoomany View Post
    You can also try email or fax.
    But can take upto 90 Days for his office to respond .....what kinda BS is that every other official manages to respond within a matter of days!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EXTREMEOPS1 View Post
    But can take upto 90 Days for his office to respond .....what kinda BS is that every other official manages to respond within a matter of days!!!!
    He has to respond to the legislation before October 10th, so fax and phone calls are the order of the day. Every day, if you can manage it.
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    Consider that request done

    Quote Originally Posted by ConditionThree View Post
    He has to respond to the legislation before October 10th, so fax and phone calls are the order of the day. Every day, if you can manage it.
    I'll be faxing and calling daily until we get this vetoed
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    Quote Originally Posted by EXTREMEOPS1 View Post
    I'll be faxing and calling daily until we get this vetoed
    A small correction; the Governor has 12 days after the bill has been enrolled to respond. If after that time has elapsed, and he has not taken action to veto the bill, it becomes law effective Jauary 1st, 2012, with or without his signature.

    At my reckoning, September 21st is the last day for Gov Brown to veto.
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    Sent a written letter yesterday
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    Just talked to the Governor's office and respectfully urged a veto on AB144, AB809, and SB427.

    The line was busy the first few times I tried, but after a few redials it became available. Was on hold only for about a minute or so.
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    What is the likelyhod that he will even veto it even if we flood his office with messages? Doesn't mean we shouldn't try but we should also be realistic.

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