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2017 State Senate Legislative Scorecard
Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California advocates on a number of legislative and regulatory issues that impact reproductive health, women’s health and rights, sexual health education, and access to affordable and quality health care. The PPAC Legislative Scorecard is designed to provide the public with information about how their state legislators voted on bills on these important issues. Below are the bills that represented PPAC’s highest priorities in 2017 and the scores for each legislator based on their votes.
|Scott Wilk (Rep)||21||0%|
|Scott Wiener (Dem)||11||100%|
|Bob Wieckowski (Dem)||10||100%|
|Andy Vidak (Rep)||14||0%|
|Jeff Stone (Rep)||28||0%|
|Henry Stern (Dem)||27||100%|
|Nancy Skinner (Dem)||09||100%|
|Richard Roth (Dem)||31||100%|
|Anthony Portantino (Dem)||25||100%|
|Richard Pan (Dem)||06||100%|
|Jim Nielsen (Rep)||04||0%|
|Janet Nguyen (Rep)||34||0%|
|Josh Newman (Dem)||29||100%|
|Mike Morrell (Rep)||23||0%|
|John Moorlach (Rep)||37||0%|
|William Monning (Dem)||17||100%|
|Holly Mitchell (Dem)||30||100%|
|Tony Mendoza (Dem)||32||100%|
|Mike McGuire (Dem)||02||100%|
|Connie Leyva (Dem)||20||100%|
|Ricardo Lara (Dem)||33||100%|
|Hannah-Beth Jackson (Dem)||19||100%|
|Ben Hueso (Dem)||40||100%|
|Jerry Hill (Dem)||13||100%|
|Bob Hertzberg (Dem)||18||100%|
|Ed Hernandez (Dem)||22||100%|
|Steve Glazer (Dem)||07||100%|
|Cathleen Galgiani (Dem)||05||100%|
|Ted Gaines (Rep)||01||No Score|
|Jean Fuller (Rep)||16||0%|
|Bill Dodd (Dem)||03||100%|
|Kevin de Leon (Dem)||24||100%|
|Anthony Cannella (Rep)||12||50%|
|Steven Bradford (Dem)||35||100%|
|Tom Berryhill (Rep)||08||No Score|
|Jim Beall (Dem)||15||100%|
|Patricia Bates (Rep)||36||0%|
|Toni Atkins (Dem)||39||100%|
|Joel Anderson (Rep)||38||0%|
|Benjamin Allen (Dem)||26||100%|
Description of Scored Legislation
The Budget Act of 2017 – SUPPORT
AB 97 (Ting): This is the main budget bill that appropriates state funding for the 2017-18 fiscal year, including the many public health provisions. PPAC supported this bill.
Status: Signed into law.
AB 120 (Committee on Budget): This bill established criteria for the use of funding collected through Proposition 56, which was the tobacco tax initiative of 2016. As part of the Budget Act of 2017, AB 120 authorized $50 million in funding for supplemental payments for women's health services in Medi-Cal. PPAC supported this bill.
Status: Signed into law.