Thank you for standing strong for your values with -- fighting the GOOD fight for your values since 1999. This Action page features links and information to educate and inform you right now. You'll also find the outcome of some past key California legislation.

2019 California Bills Outcome

Action CaliforniaLegislation 50x50 See the outcome of the worst anti-family bills of 2019, authored by Democrat state legislators and sponsored by Planned Parenthood abortionists, Big Pharma, and "LGBT" activists. Visit the Legislative Center.

Ongoing Alerts

School Indoctrination: New 2020 law (plus 10 others) 

Understand the real battle going on for the minds, hearts, bodies, and souls of your children in the government-controlled public school system. No parent should be in the dark. School Indoctrination Center » »

Truth & Freedom Alert: It matters that people are not born 'gay'

"LGBT civil rights" laws have severely infringed upon the constitutional rights and religious freedom of those who disagree, punishing dissent. All people are valuable. But nobody is born 'gay'. Facts + why it matters »

Participate: Be Salt and Light in Your Church and Community

A big mistake of churches has been to drop out of the government process. Yet government and laws imact morality, religious freedom, parental rights & more! Be a light for God’s values. Start a Salt and Light Council »


More Alerts:

Protect your own life: Get the pro-life will-to-live »
Union employees:
How to resign from the union to stop funding anti-family values


2018 Legislative Results

Here's the results of top bills we opposed in the 2018 California legislative season. There were victories to celebrate!

Voting Record: 77 legislators who voted for AB 2943 

It was a victory that the unconstitutional AB 2943, was shelved in 2018. But which California state legislators (75 Dems, 2 Repubs) wanted to outlaw gender confusion counseling for adults? See the votes »

Shelved: AB 2943 adult gender confusion counseling

The unconstitutional AB 2943 would have outlawed gender confusion counseling for adults, and penalized churches, pastors, and para-ministries. Voting records » | The story »  |  About AB 2943 »

Vetoed: SB 320 forces colleges to provide abortion pills

This atrocious Democrat-pushed bill would have provided college girls, as young as 18 or 19, dangerous abortion drugs that cause bleeding similar to a miscarriage. Read about the veto »

Signed: AB 282 permits legal murder by 'suicide'

This bill allows a doctor or nurse to "aid," "advise," and "encourage" you to take suicide pills. And AB 282 lets a relative who could financially benefit from your death to sign an order giving you suicide pills. Our response »

Vetoed: AB 2153 forces indoctrination of teachers, students

This bill would have require every California public school teacher (via in-service training) to support, as stated in the bill language, "lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning pupils.” Read about the veto »

Stopped: Anti-homeschooling bills stopped

Two bills dangerous to homeschoolers -- AB 2926 and AB 2756 -- were stopped in the California State Assembly Education Committe on April 25. Thank you to all who helped oppose these bills. How the bills died »


2017 Legislative Results

Here's the results of the top 5 bills we opposed in the 2017 California legislative season.

SB 219 was SIGNED -- Forces all California long-term care facilities to submit to the tyrannical transsexual agenda, without limit.
More in our 10/4/17 News Release »

SB 179 was SIGNED -- Adds a catch-all 3rd "gender" ("non-binary") to California drivers licenses.
More in our 10/16/17 News Release »

AB 569 was VETOED -- Would have forced religious schools to be pro-abortion.
More in our 10/16/17 News Release » 

SB 18 / SCR 41 was shelved in April. SB 18 would have codified a radical, anti-parent notion known as "children's rights," meaning liberal politicians would have become the de facto parent in cases per the recommendation of a state commission. More » 

SB 309 -- State-issued pro-abortion license plates. On September 1, this bill, apparently for financial reasons, was "held under submission" (in other words, "shelved"). More »


2016 Legislative Results

Two of the most notable bills in the 2016 California legislative season were SB 1146 and AB 1732. The results are below.

Signed: SB 1146 initiates State control over religion

Action SB1146 ReligFreedom 54x50 Gov. Jerry Brown has signed SB 1146, which initiates State control over religion by placing the State in a new role of judging religious matters on religious property. Understand why you should be concerned »

Signed: Brown signs transsexual bathroom signs bill

On Sept. 29, 2016, Jerry Brown signed AB 1732, tearing down 'men' and 'women' signs and replacing them with pro-transgender 'all gender' signs at single-occupancy restrooms. Why it's wrong»