California Legislation to Watch

California Legislation to Watch

A New Bill Restores California’s Power to Fight Secret Surveillance

By Matt Cagle Law enforcement agencies are deploying secret and invasive surveillance technologies to collect sensitive location and biometric data, target local activists, and feed ICE’s deportation machine.... Read More

Elections & Voting

On Government Abuse, Democracy and Poverty, California Has Work to Do

Every year, the ACLU of California sponsors several bills in the California Legislature. What does it mean to sponsor a bill? In most cases, it means we have collaborated with other advocacy groups and the legislative... Read More

ACLU Sponsored Bills in CA Legislature

There are three ACLU affiliates in California: the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties, ACLU of Southern California (Los Angeles), and ACLU of Northern California (San Francisco). We work together to impact... Read More


CIVIL RIGHTS AB 2327 (Caballero-D) Would require entities providing disaster-related assistance and services to provide all victims with the assistance and services they need and for which they are eligible, and that... Read More