Senate Oversight Hearings

Wednesday, October 21, 2020 PAN, Chair (Televised) 1:30 p.m. Senate Chamber NOTICE : We strongly discourage in person attendance, but individuals wishing to attend the hearing in person are advised that we must balance the opportunity for the public to participate in the legislative process, with the critical need to protect public health. As such, we are required to strictly enforce the physical distancing guidelines mandated by state and local public health officials. Consistent with the Governor’s mandate, face coverings are REQUIRED for entry into the Capitol, including while attending committee hearings. Admission into the Capitol will commence 15 minutes before the proceeding and will require all persons to adhere to these guidelines: Face coverings are REQUIRED for entry into the Capitol and must be worn at all times, including while attending committee hearings. Face coverings must be worn correctly, covering both the nose and mouth. Do not enter the Capitol if you have a cough or fever. If you have had the virus, and are required to remain at home and monitor symptoms, watch and participate from home. Maintain a minimum six-foot distance from others. Capitol restrooms are equipped with soap, please wash hands often, and use hand sanitizer. Temperature checks will be required as part of the screening process for admission into the Capitol. In order to maintain physical distancing, seating will be limited. If we cannot provide you with entry consistent with physical distancing and or face covering requirements, you can watch the proceedings online or listen by using the toll free phone number. Those who attend in person will be required to follow directions from the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms. Written comments or testimony can be provided directly to the committees by emailing the committee. Committee websites are found at www.senate.ca.gov/committees . For public comment and testimony, using the teleconference system, please refer to the committee website for the toll free number. Telephonic participation in committees is available during hearings by calling in during the public comment period. You can dial the phone number provided by the Chair of the committee at the time of the hearing or find the number posted on the committee website. As is our normal practice, public comment will be accepted at the conclusion of each bill presentation. To watch the livestream of the proceeding visit: www.senate.ca.gov To listen only , but not testify , for this hearing in the Senate Chamber, please dial 1-888-251-2909 and use Access Code 7362831. Teleconference Quick Tips Call the toll free number and enter the access code You will enter the 'waiting room' where you can listen but will be muted Mute the device you are watching the hearing on Listen to the hearing using the phone When prompted for your position dial 1-0 (one time only) Be patient and an operator will give you a line number, there can be a short wait Once you receive your line number, you are now in the queue Wait in the queue, the moderator will call your line number and unmute you You are now ready to address the committee For further detailed instructions on using the teleconference service, please visit the committee webpage www.senate.ca.gov/committees INFORMATIONAL HEARING SUBJECT: Affordable Care Act (ACA) in jeopardy: what does it mean for California?
Monday, October 26, 2020 LEYVA AND GONZALEZ, Chairs 1 p.m. Senate Chamber NOTICE : We strongly discourage in person attendance, but individuals wishing to attend the hearing in person are advised that we must balance the opportunity for the public to participate in the legislative process, with the critical need to protect public health. As such, we are required to strictly enforce the physical distancing guidelines mandated by state and local public health officials. Consistent with the Governor’s mandate, face coverings are REQUIRED for entry into the Capitol, including while attending committee hearings. Admission into the Capitol will commence 15 minutes before the proceeding and will require all persons to adhere to these guidelines: Face coverings are REQUIRED for entry into the Capitol and must be worn at all times, including while attending committee hearings. Face coverings must be worn correctly, covering both the nose and mouth. Do not enter the Capitol if you have a cough or fever. If you have had the virus, and are required to remain at home and monitor symptoms, watch and participate from home. Maintain a minimum six-foot distance from others. Capitol restrooms are equipped with soap, please wash hands often, and use hand sanitizer. Temperature checks will be required as part of the screening process for admission into the Capitol. In order to maintain physical distancing, seating will be limited. If we cannot provide you with entry consistent with physical distancing and or face covering requirements, you can watch the proceedings online or listen by using the toll free phone number. Those who attend in person will be required to follow directions from the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms. Written comments or testimony can be provided directly to the committees by emailing the committee. Committee websites are found at www.senate.ca.gov/committees . For public comment and testimony, using the teleconference system, please refer to the committee website for the toll free number. Telephonic participation in committees is available during hearings by calling in during the public comment period. You can dial the phone number provided by the Chair of the committee at the time of the hearing or find the number posted on the committee website. As is our normal practice, public comment will be accepted at the conclusion of each bill presentation. To watch the livestream of the proceeding visit: www.senate.ca.gov To listen only , but not testify , for this hearing in the Senate Chamber, please dial 1-888-251-2909 and use Access Code 7362831. Teleconference Quick Tips Call the toll free number and enter the access code You will enter the 'waiting room' where you can listen but will be muted Mute the device you are watching the hearing on Listen to the hearing using the phone When prompted for your position dial 1-0 (one time only) Be patient and an operator will give you a line number, there can be a short wait Once you receive your line number, you are now in the queue Wait in the queue, the moderator will call your line number and unmute you You are now ready to address the committee For further detailed instructions on using the teleconference service, please visit the committee webpage www.senate.ca.gov/committees OVERSIGHT HEARING SUBJECT: K-12 Distance Learning: How are students across the state being served and how are they accessing online learning?
Friday, November 6, 2020 MCGUIRE AND BRADFORD, Chairs 10:30 a.m. Senate Chamber NOTICE : We strongly discourage in person attendance, but individuals wishing to attend the hearing in person are advised that we must balance the opportunity for the public to participate in the legislative process, with the critical need to protect public health. As such, we are required to strictly enforce the physical distancing guidelines mandated by state and local public health officials. Consistent with the Governor’s mandate, face coverings are REQUIRED for entry into the Capitol, including while attending committee hearings. Admission into the Capitol will commence 15 minutes before the proceeding and will require all persons to adhere to these guidelines: Face coverings are REQUIRED for entry into the Capitol and must be worn at all times, including while attending committee hearings. Face coverings must be worn correctly, covering both the nose and mouth. Do not enter the Capitol if you have a cough or fever. If you have had the virus, and are required to remain at home and monitor symptoms, watch and participate from home. Maintain a minimum six-foot distance from others. Capitol restrooms are equipped with soap, please wash hands often, and use hand sanitizer. Temperature checks will be required as part of the screening process for admission into the Capitol. In order to maintain physical distancing, seating will be limited. If we cannot provide you with entry consistent with physical distancing and or face covering requirements, you can watch the proceedings online or listen by using the toll free phone number. Those who attend in person will be required to follow directions from the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms. Written comments or testimony can be provided directly to the committees by emailing the committee. Committee websites are found at www.senate.ca.gov/committees . For public comment and testimony, using the teleconference system, please refer to the committee website for the toll free number. Telephonic participation in committees is available during hearings by calling in during the public comment period. You can dial the phone number provided by the Chair of the committee at the time of the hearing or find the number posted on the committee website. As is our normal practice, public comment will be accepted at the conclusion of each bill presentation. To watch the livestream of the proceeding visit: www.senate.ca.gov To listen only , but not testify , for this hearing in the Senate Chamber, please dial 1-888-251-2909 and use Access Code 7362831. Teleconference Quick Tips Call the toll free number and enter the access code You will enter the 'waiting room' where you can listen but will be muted Mute the device you are watching the hearing on Listen to the hearing using the phone When prompted for your position dial 1-0 (one time only) Be patient and an operator will give you a line number, there can be a short wait Once you receive your line number, you are now in the queue Wait in the queue, the moderator will call your line number and unmute you You are now ready to address the committee For further detailed instructions on using the teleconference service, please visit the committee webpage www.senate.ca.gov/committees INFORMATIONAL HEARING SUBJECT: A State Bank? There Is Interest, But Does It Make Cents?
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 BRADFORD, Chair 1:30 p.m. John L. Burton Hearing Room (4203) NOTICE: We strongly discourage in person attendance, but individuals wishing to attend the hearing in person are advised that we must balance the opportunity for the public to participate in the legislative process, with the critical need to protect public health. As such, we are required to strictly enforce the physical distancing guidelines mandated by state and local public health officials. Consistent with the Governor’s mandate, face coverings are REQUIRED for entry into the Capitol, including while attending committee hearings. Admission into the Capitol will commence 15 minutes before the proceeding and will require all persons to adhere to these guidelines: Face coverings are REQUIRED for entry into the Capitol and must to be worn at all times, including while attending committee hearings. Face coverings must be worn correctly, covering both the nose and mouth. Do not enter the Capitol if you have a cough or fever. If you have had the virus, and are required to remain at home and monitor symptoms, watch and participate from home. Maintain a minimum six-foot distance from others. Capitol restrooms are equipped with soap, please wash hands often, and use hand sanitizer. Temperature checks will be required as part of the screening process for admission into the Capitol. In order to maintain physical distancing, seating will be limited. If we cannot provide you with entry consistent with physical distancing and or face covering requirements, you can watch the proceedings online or listen by using the toll free phone number. Those who attend in person will be required to follow directions from the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms. Written comments or testimony can be provided directly to the committees by emailing the committee. Committee websites are found at www.senate.ca.gov/committees . For public comment and testimony, using the teleconference system, please refer to the committee website for the toll free number. Telephonic participation in committees is available during hearings by calling in during the public comment period. You can dial the phone number provided by the Chair of the committee at the time of the hearing or find the number posted on the committee website. As is our normal practice, public comment will be accepted at the conclusion of each bill presentation. To watch the livestream of the proceeding visit: www.senate.ca.gov To listen only , but not testify , for this hearing in Senate Committee Room 4203, please dial 1-888-251-2909 and use Access Code 7362832. Teleconference Quick Tips Call the toll free number and enter the access code You will enter the 'waiting room' where you can listen but will be muted Mute the device you are watching the hearing on Listen to the hearing using the phone When prompted for your position dial 1-0 (one time only) Be patient and an operator will give you a line number, there can be a short wait Once you receive your line number, you are now in the queue Wait in the queue, the moderator will call your line number and unmute you You are now ready to address the committee For further detailed instructions on using the teleconference service, please visit the committee webpage www.senate.ca.gov/committees INFORMATIONAL HEARING SUBJECT: Diversity and Racial Equity Within the Banking Industry

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