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  • Register an Organization

    To register for a free membership, please fill out your information. You may change your information at any time by logging into your account and updating it. Fields denoted by a * will be used on your support letters to legislators.

    Below, there is a list of our bills to choose from, and then SCIL will complete and submit your letters to the appropriate capitol offices on your behalf.

    Organization Signature (Required) (.png or .jpg) - The California legislature is requiring a representative's signature on all coalition letters in order for your group to be officially recorded in support or opposition of a bill.
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    Select the bills your organization wishes to support.

    AB 3162
    OCTO Act
    February 19, 2024
    AB 3162 (Bennett), the OCTO Act, a bill to ban octopus farming.
    AB 3053
    Ensure State Fair Rules Allow Junior Exhibits to Opt-Out of “Terminal” Auctions
    February 16, 2024
    AB 3053 (Kalra) a bill to allow junior agricultural kids to save their animal from slaughter.
    AB 2133
    Expanding Access to Cat Neuters
    February 6, 2024
    AB 2133 (Kalra), a bill to allow RVTs to perform cat neuters under the direct supervision of a DVM.
    AB 2012
    Animal Shelter Data Collection Act
    January 31, 2024
    AB 2012 (Lee) the Animal Shelter Data Collection Act, a bill to require the Department of Public Health to resume collecting specified data from public animal shelters as part of…
    AB 1983
    P.E.T.S. Act
    January 30, 2024
    AB 1893 (Maienschein) the P.E.T.S. Act, a bill to reinstate a program to fund spay and neuter surgeries. The fund will be named The Pet Euthanasia Prevention Voluntary Tax Contribution…
    ACR 86
    The Pet Crisis Response Resolution
    May 24, 2023
    A Resolution highlighting the pet overpopulation crisis and required responses, such as ongoing funding for spaying and neutering

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