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* PERK - California legislation *
Protection of the Educational Rights of Kids (PERK) - At PERK we strive to empower parents, educators and professionals to take an active and informed role in protecting their children and parental rights. We provide opportunities to improve understanding and knowledge of policy, legislation, and civic duties through targeted education and skillset building.

Moving into our 3rd year, we will continue to lobby for legislation that positively impacts our children’s health and their right to an education. Our main goal is to promote and support legislators/legislation that will promote a healthy and educated California for all.

PERK - Know the bills and take action

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* Americans for Responsible Technology *
California's wireless providers are back in Sacramento, trying to push through two industry-friendly bills that will drastically curtail the ability of local governments to exercise control over the deployment of wireless infrastructure in their communities and use public funds for wireless broadband.

Under AB 965, wireless companies will be able to submit up to 25 or 50 antenna applications at the same time (depending on the size of the municipality) and the local authorities will be under strict deadlines to approve them. If the approval is not given in the allotted time, the applications will all be automatically deemed "approved."

The second bill, AB 1065 allows wireless companies to compete with fiberoptic companies for taxpayer funding to provide communities with high-speed broadband access.
(Source: "Americans for Responsible Technology")
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* The Unity Project *
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* Our Duty - Bills To Fight *
State legislation: As of Aug 28 there is no vote yet on AB 665 (legal kidnapping of 12 year olds) and AB 957 (punishing religious parents in family court)

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(Source: "Our Duty")
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* Related resources *
Affirm Your Child or Say Goodbye - Facts Law Truth Justice, LLP - AB 957 will be the gateway by which Child Protective Services, the police, and courts will find a parent abusive who does not affirm their child in order to remove them from their custody and sever the ties between them.

Americans for Responsible Technology - The wireless industry is using the legislature to force its way into California communities.

Bill Text - AB-5 The Safe and Supportive Schools Act. - AB-5 “Safe and supportive act” mandates diversity/lgbtq+ training for staff (in Ed code) and tracks those who refuse/or divert- leaving room for censuring.

California bill could frame ‘non-affirming’ parents of ‘trans’-identifying kids as abusive, critics say - LifeSite - The newly amended bill’s author previously argued that reaffirming a gender-confused boy or girl’s actual sex amounts to ‘rejecting your child.’

Source: Life Site News | Date: Jun 10, 2023


California Bills 2023 - The Unity Project

California Legislation: Know the bills and take action - Moving into our 3rd year, we will continue to lobby for legislation that positively impacts our children’s health and their right to an education. Our main goal is to promote and support legislators/legislation that will promote a healthy and educated California for all.

Gender-Affirmation Bill Advances | The Daily Wire - A Republican California lawmaker warned families to escape from the Golden State after legislators advanced a bill on Tuesday that would accuse parents of child abuse if they refuse to “affirm” their children’s so-called gender identity.

Source: The Daily Wire | Date: Jun 14, 2023


Resources - Facts Law Truth Justice, LLP

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