Tim Donnelly’s AB351, a bill which starts the process of stopping “Indefinite Detention” under the NDAA and other so-called federal “laws,” has passed the State Assembly and is up for an important State Senate committee hearing and vote on June 25th. Your action is needed right now to help this bill move forward!
ACTION STEPS for California Residents:
1. Contact ALL the members of the Senate Public Safety Committee. Let each of them know – strongly, but respectfully – that you want to see a YES vote on AB351.
Senator Loni Hancock (Chair) (916) 651-4009
Senator Joel Anderson (Vice Chair) (916) 651-4036
Senator Marty Block (916) 651-4039
Senator Kevin de León (916) 651-4022
Senator Steve Knight (916) 651-4021
Senator Carol Liu (916) 651-4025
Senator Darrell Steinberg (916) 651-4006
2. Contact your state senator. California residents are strongly encouraged to contact their state senators immediately to request support for AB351. (contact info here)
3. Share this information widely. Please pass this along to your friends and family. Also share it with any and all grassroots groups you’re in contact with around the state. Please encourage them to email this information to their members and supporters.
4. Join the NDAA activist group on Facebook. Connect with others, plan strategy, build a coalition, and help get AB351 passed!
If passed into law, AB351 would make it state policy to reject “indefinite detention” powers from the federal government. It reads, in part:Details