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Assembly Bill 755: Anti-corporal Punishment Bill
Assemblywoman Sally Lieber
This proposed bill would create a rebutable presumption that the use of an implement for spanking is a crime, punishable with a fine and/or up to a year in jail.
|2/22/2007||Read first time. To print.|
|4/23/2007||From committee: Amend, do pass as amended, and re-refer to committee.|
|10/26/2007||Failed to pass out of the Assembly Appropriations Committee. This is a 2-year bill that will be reconsidered in the next legislative session.|
|1/22/2008||Deadline for passage in Assembly Appropriations Committee is January 25 or the bill dies in Committee.|
|1/29/2008||Bill failed to pass out of the Appropriations Committee by the January 25 deadline. A.B. 755 is dead and no longer a threat.|
Call your State Assembly Member and State Senator as soon as possible. Ask them to: “Please oppose A.B. 755 (by Lieber) by letting it die in the Assembly Appropriations Committee. For more detailed instructions, see the joint e-lert sent January 22, 2008, by Child and Family Protection Association and HSLDA.
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