Los Angeles PFP in Downey Tenants Union protest

Los Angeles PFP in Downey Tenants Union protest

The Peace & Freedom Party of Los Angeles was invited by our friends at the Downey Tenants Union to protests a fundraiser for Downey mayor Blan...

PFP chair: POTUS, bipartisan support sell out railroad workers

PFP chair: POTUS, bipartisan support sell out railroad workers

The recent bipartisan vote on the railroad contract makes it crystal clear which side the “major” parties are on. On Thursday, December 1, 2022, t...

Election 2022: What Does it Mean for the Socialist Left? – a Suds, Snacks & Socialism online forum

Election 2022: What Does it Mean for the Socialist Left? – a Suds, Snacks & Socialism online forum

Peace & Freedom Party’s co-sponsored Suds, Snacks & Socialism monthly forum series continues via Zoom on Saturday, January 7, with the dis...

2021-22 California State Legislative session: Final status of bills

2021-22 California State Legislative session: Final status of bills

The 2021-22 California State Legislative session has ended, with the final status of all bills and other legislation now known. For this session,...

Peace & Freedom Party wants you!

Peace & Freedom Party wants you!

Do you want to become an active member of the Peace and Freedom Party? Did you miss the chance to run for PFP Central Committee in the March 3, 20...

PFP joins 1,000 UC workers in Oakland action

PFP joins 1,000 UC workers in Oakland action

Over one thousand University of California academic workers gathered in Oakland’s Snow Park on November 28, 2022, and marched to the office of the...

The Internationale

The Internationale

The Internationale is traditionally sung at the close of each meeting of the State Central Committee. Though there are many versions of this song ...

California-based corporations pay less in taxes today than in the 1980s

California-based corporations pay less in taxes today than in the 1980s

The Peace and Freedom Party stands with the slogan "Tax the rich and their corporations." As socialists we want society as a whole to cooperativel...

2021-22 California State Legislative session: Final status of bills

2021-22 California State Legislative session: Final status of bills

The 2021-22 California State Legislative session has ended, with the final status of all bills and other legislation now known. For this session,...

It’s Not Just Six Republicans: Abolish the Supreme Court!

It’s Not Just Six Republicans: Abolish the Supreme Court!

This article is an opinion piece written by a frequent Peace &Fr eedom Party voter. While many of us agree substantially with the content, the...

Support the Peace and Freedom Party

Support the Peace and Freedom Party

California's socialist and feminist political party urges you to: Register to vote with the Peace and Freedom Party Become a supporting membe...

43rd annual Take Back the Night rally held in California capital

43rd annual Take Back the Night rally held in California capital

On the evening of October 15, 20 cosponsoring organizations, including the Peace & Freedom Party of Sacramento County central committee and fr...

Elections & Campaigns

01-Nov-2022 By DavidL

Election 2022: PFP recommendations on ballot propositions

A number of ballot propositions will be voted upon by Californians in the upcoming state election in November. The Peace & Freedom Party recommends the following for voting on these propositions. For a more detailed description of PFP’s stand on each of these prop

Legislation

06-Jan-2023

2021-22 California State Legislative session: Final status of bills

The 2021-22 California State Legislative session has ended, with the final status of all bills and other legislation now known. For this session, the Peace & Freedom Party publicly took a position for or against 18 bills

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The 2021-22 California State Legislative session has ended, with the final status of all bills and other legislation now known.

For this session, the Peace & Freedom Party publicly took a position for or against 18 bills in this legislative session; these bills and their statuses are listed below. For slightly more information on the bills and to access the PFP’s position letters, click here.

The following bills were supported by PFP.

• AB 20 by Lee (of Assembly District 25) and Kalra (AD27)The Corporate Free Elections Act. Status: Died in committee (Assembly Elections).

• AB 101 by Medina (AD 61)High school education: Ethnic Studies. Status: Signed into law.

• AB 118 by Kamlager (AD54)the Community Response Initiative to Strengthen Emergency Systems (C.R.I.S.E.S.) Act. Status: Signed into law.

• AB 1400 by Kalra (AD 27), Lee (AD 25) and Santiago (AD 53)  Guaranteed Healthcare for All. Status: withdrawn by bill’s authors.

• AB 1947 by Ting (AD 49), Richard Bloom (AD 50) and Muratsuchi (AD 66)   Freedom from Hate Crimes Act. Status: Died in Senate.

• AB 2632 by Holden (AD 41)  Legal limits on the practice of solitary confinement. Status: Vetoed by the governor.

• AB 2932 by Low (AD 28) and Garcia (AD 58) – The 32-hour workweek. Status: Died in committee (Assembly Labor and Employment).

• ACA 16 by Kiley (AD 6) Repeal of California’s “Top-2” electoral method. Status: Died in Assembly.

• SB 2 by Bradford (of Senate District 25) – Law Enforcement Officials: Certification and Civil rights. Status: Signed into law.

• SB 29 by Stern (SD 27) – Extension of mail-in balloting in elections. Status: Signed into law.

• SB 260 by Wiener (SD 11) and Stern (SD 27) – Climate Corporate Accountability Act. Status: Died in Assembly.

• SJR 11 by Skinner (SD 9) – The Social Security 2100 Act. Status: Chaptered by Secretary of State.

The following bills were opposed by PFP.

• AB 386 by Cooper (AD 9) – Public Employees’ Retirement Funds: Confidentiality of investments. Status: Died in committee (Appropriations).

• AB 446 by Mayes (AD 42) – Elections: Political party qualifications. Status: Vetoed by governor.

• AB 2808 by O’Donnell (AD 70) – Elimination of Ranked Choice Voting in all state elections. Status: Died in committee (Elections).

• SB 286 by Min (SD 37) – Extension of “Top-2” electoral method for state elections. Status: Died in committee (Appropriations).

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The following Peace and Freedom Party resolution was officially adopted at the August 2022 meeting of the State Central Committee. The Peace and Freedom Party condemns the rec

Statements from the PFP Party Chair

03-Dec-2022

PFP chair: POTUS, bipartisan support sell out railroad workers

The recent bipartisan vote on the railroad contract makes it crystal clear which side the “major” parties are on. On Thursday, December 1, 2022, the United States Congr

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