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Let your ELECTED SERVANTS & REPRESENTATIVES (they represent US) know your opinion on pending legislation. It DOES make a difference. We the People have a stewardship and responsibility to make our voices heard. We are called to secure a flourishing and thriving world for our children to step into. Step UP!

Time Sensitive Action Steps


Keep up the pressure on SB871 (mandate on children) for the next two weeks. Let’s make sure that bill stays away for good. Click on the link and send in opposition letters.

Keep up the pressure on SB866 (lowering the age of consent to minors for the covid shot) for the next two weeks. Click on the link and send in opposition letters.

Keep up the pressure on SB1464 (law enforcement bill) for the next two weeks. Click on the link and send in opposition letters. Alert ALL law enforcement to take this action, too.

The Founders Vindicated

With the April 29 committee deadline approaching, the student vaccine bill, SB 871, has not been set for a hearing. And support is cratering. Even the radical school board in Berkeley just declined to endorse it.

If the bill does not advance, which appears likely, I’m calling on Newsom to withdraw his own K-12 mandate immediately.

When James and I sued Newsom on June 10, 2020, the issue was separation of powers. We believed if COVID policy went through the Legislature as the Founders intended – even our wayward Legislature – there’d be less damage than one-man rule.

Two years later, the fate of the “Vaccine Work Group” bills is vindicating this belief:

  • AB 455: vaccine passport. Defeated
  • AB 1102: employer mandate. Defeated
  • AB 1993: employer mandate. Defeated
  • SB 1864: police defunding. Twice withdrawn 

Meanwhile, we’ve now learned that the two recent Sacramento mass killings involved a man protected by the Sanctuary State and a man released early from prison. Yet Newsom, just back from vacation, only wants to talk about more gun laws.

My bills addressing the real problems will be heard next week. The Sanctuary State repeal is on Tuesday, followed by a new vote to overturn Prop. 47. We’ll also be forcing another up-or-down vote on the gas tax.

All of this comes as inflation hits 8.5%, Biden keeps reaching new lows, and voting in our race for Congress is 3 weeks away. Our battles are so important right now, and I’m so grateful to be fighting them with you.

–Kevin Kiley, California Legislator

How to Submit Letters to Legislature About Current Bills

An excellent guide from our incredible friends at PERK walking you through all the details of how to submit letters to legislature concerning the lineup of freedom annihilating bills currently before them.

“Vaccine Work Group” Bills

Bills referred to two policy committees must pass both before they can be voted on by the full Senate or Assembly.

SB 871would mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for all kids for school or child careReferred to the Senate Health and Senate Education Committees; no hearing date yet
SB 866would eliminate parental consent for kids 12 to 17 to get the COVID-19 vaccineReferred to the Senate Judiciary Committee; no hearing date yet
SB 1479would require schools to continue COVID-19 testing and create new testing plansReferred to the Senate Health and Senate Education Committees. Hearing set for March 30
SB 1018would require online platforms to disclose how health information is distributed to usersStill in the Senate Rule Committee; has not been referred to a policy committee
SB 1464would require police to enforce lockdowns and mask mandatesReferred to the Senate Health and Senate Public Safety Committees. Hearing set for March 30th
AB 1993would require all employers to mandate the COVID vaccine for employees and independent contractorsReferred to the Assembly Labor and Employment Committee and the Senate Judiciary Committee; no hearing date yet
AB 1797would provide greater access and less privacy for the California Immunization Record DatabaseStill in the Assembly Rules Committee; has not been referred to a policy committee
AB 2098would subject doctors to disciplinary conduct for sharing COVID-19 “misinformation.”Referred to the Assembly Business and Professions Committee; no hearing date yet

Vaccine Bills

Here are the bills as summarized in this CalMatters article:

  • SB 871 would require all children 0 to 17 to get the COVID-19 vaccine to attend child care or school;
  • SB 866 would allow kids 12 to 17 to get the COVID-19 vaccine without parental consent;
  • SB 1479 would require schools to continue testing and to create testing plans;
  • SB 1018 would require online platforms to be more transparent about how information is pushed out to consumers;
  • SB 1464 would force law enforcement officials to enforce public health orders;
  • AB 1993 would require all employees, including independent contractors, to show proof of COVID-19 vaccine to work in California;
  • AB 1797 would make changes to the California Immunization Record Database;
  • AB 2098 would reclassify the sharing of COVID-19  “misinformation” by doctors and surgeons  as unprofessional conduct that would result in disciplinary action.”

Legislation: By the time of public hearing and comment, the legislators’ positions have been determined.  If we want any remnant of a free state to remain, we MUST activate now.  Here’s how:

Follow these links from A Voice for Choice Advocacy, to access resources, talking points, actions steps with links, and toolkits for each of the bad bills; contact your legislator via phone call or arranged meeting, submit comments to the legislative advocacy portal 7 days prior to committee hearing, and spread the word.

  1. A Voice for Choice Advocacy—leading lobbying organization in Sacramento for health rights, www.avoiceforchoiceadvocacy.org
  2. Make appt with State Senator and Assemblymember: https://findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov/.
  3. Submit comments to legislative advocacy portal: https://calegislation.lc.ca.gov/Advocates/
  4. Attend Take Action Town Halls: https://www.instagram.com/ca_freedom_keepers/.
  5. Ask religious leaders, faith-based organizations and school representatives to sign onto the Religious Rights Coalition Statement: www.RelilgiousRightsCoalition.org
  6. Ask City Councils, Boards of Supervisors and Education, Chambers of Commerce, and Business Organizations for letters in opposition to the bad bills.

Candidates: We have the best shot improving the quality and future of our everyday lives by improving the quality of the local candidates we elect this fall.  I shudder to think what future “emergencies” will look like in Ventura County if Jeff Gorrel wins the VC Board of Supervisor District #2 over MTN founder Tim McCarthy.  Gorrel was LA City Mayor Eric Garcetti’s second in command during COVID.  Will we look like LA looked, a city with some of the most prohibitive, restrictive, and inequitable COVID policies in the nation? 

Support the candidates who will support you; give of your money, talent and time with feet on the ground, meet and greets, fundraising, precinct walking, and other networking opportunities.  Step up if you want to win.  If not us, who?  If not now, when?  

Sign up to SUPPORT: Tim McCarthy, VC BOS District #2; John Barrick, VC District Attorney; Jim Fryhoff, VC Sheriff; Cole Brocato, Assembly District (AD) #38; Lori Mills, AD #42; Joelle Mancuso and Karen Meyer, CVUSD; and Halla Maher,TO City Council; Rocky Rhodes, Simi Valley City Council; Jeff Haglerod, County Clerk.

For ideas, attached are public comments submitted to the Legislative Portal OPPOSING SB 866.   For talking points on other bad bills, go to PERK’s website, www.PERK-GROUP.com

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Action Alert: Time to Put Our Historic Win on 5G and Wireless Harm Into Action!

Children’s Health Defense’s (CHD’s) historic win against the FCC presents the first real opportunity to create change surrounding 5G technology and harmful wireless radiation. We must capitalize on this win and maximize its impact in order to protect our communities and our children from the massive rollout of 5G currently underway. Our elected officials must be informed of this decision.

Considering the ubiquity of wireless technology, this landmark court decision should have been the top story on every media outlet. However, since “mainstream” media is largely owned by Telecom, it has not. Thus, educating the public and our elected officials about this ruling and its effects depends on us.

Act Now. Please send our letter to your elected officials. Our advocacy portal makes it easy.  Simply enter your information and the letter will automatically be sent to your representatives to encourage them to take action to protect the public from 5G and wireless harms and from those in the FCC & FDA who have been misleading the public and knowingly harming us and our children for decades.

You can help put our landmark ruling to work! Finally, this regulatory agency can be held accountable and real, practical protections put in place, but only if every one of us acts now.


Calling All First Responders, If you are a first responder in California and would like to potentially participate in strategic legal action against the upcoming vaccine mandates, please click image above. (Categories may include Firefighters, Law Enforcement, EMT, Healthcare Workers, and select the "other tab" for other first responder groups.) Thousands of first responders in these categories are already committed to participate and more are joining every day. If you would like to stand in solidarity with your fellow first responders, we welcome participation regardless of your covid vaccination status.

Act Now America: Say NO To Vaccine Passports

It’s unacceptable to restrict the rights of individuals based on their personal health decisions or vaccine status. It’s even more egregious to discriminate against those who refuse to receive an experimental vaccine that’s not even FDA approved, has documented safety concerns, and for which there is basically no recourse in the event of injury or death. Vaccine passports are not inevitable! They will only work if 1) the vast majority of people willingly get the COVID-19 vaccine and 2) citizens consent to public and private institutions requiring them to access their goods and services. If those who stand firm in their convictions don’t succumb to the enormous pressure that’s being exerted on all of us, the program will fail.

Freedom to travel is a fundamental right and crucial for other protected rights like association and expression. I strongly urge you to oppose H.R. 4980. This bill especially impacts all airline workers, and those who depend on the industry. It will further entrench socioeconomic disparities by disproportionally affecting marginalized communities who are the least vaccinated Americans. Airlines have followed many CDC-recommended guidelines to mitigate the spread of Covid-19. There are temperature screenings, intense cleanings, masked passengers, and cabin air that refreshes constantly. CNN has reported experts say the “odds of catching Covid-19 while on a flight are actually relatively slim.” This bill is unnecessary and un-American. Please stand on the side of Constitutional rights, jobs and economic growth for Americans.

Number of signers as of August 31, 2021: 102,518