CA Homes and Jobs Act

In just 6 days, the California Homes and Jobs Act will be heard by the first Assembly policy committee, with the second hearing scheduled only two days later.

• Housing and Community Development: Monday, August 12 (1:30 p.m.)
• Labor and Employment: Wednesday, August 14 (1:30 p.m.)

DAY 2 of Our 6 Days of Action
Imagine a legislator who serves on the Assembly committees getting 200 letters one day, 100 phone calls two days later, and 300 tweets the day of the hearing, all asking for a YES vote for homes and jobs for Californians.

Today’s Action: CALL the members of the Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee.

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• If you can make 3 calls, phone:

o Cheryl Brown 916.319.2047
o Brian Maienschein 916.319.2077
o Beth Gaines 916.319.2006

• What to Say: “Hi, my name is ________. [If calling on behalf of an organization . . . I’m calling on behalf of __________.] I am a strong supporter of SB 391: The California Homes and Jobs Act. Our community desperately needs the jobs and affordable places to live that it will generate. I urge Assemblymember ________ to vote yes on SB 391 in housing committee on Monday.”

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• If you can make 6 calls, first phone the Assemblymembers above (using the script above), then phone the Assemblymembers below (using the script below):

o Ed Chau: 916.319.2049
o Toni Atkins 916.319.2078
o Sharon Quirk-Silva 916.319.2065

• What to Say: Hi, my name is ________. [If calling on behalf of an organization, I’m calling on behalf of __________.] I am a strong supporter of SB 391: The California Homes and Jobs Act. I wanted to call and thank Assemblymember ________ for coauthoring SB 391 and let the Assemblymember know we appreciate his/her yes vote in housing committee on Monday.”

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Participate in yesterday’s action item: visit the California Homes and Jobs Act Action Center to send letters to the members of the Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee.