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AB186 by Assem­bly­woman Su­san Eg­gman, D-Stock­ton, would have al­lowed some coun­ties — in­clud­ing Alameda and San Fran­cisco — to cre­ate safe in­jec­tion sites to re­duce opi­oid over­doses.

SB328 by state Sen. An­thony Por­tantino, D-La Cañada Flin­tridge (Los An­ge­les County), would have re­quired mid­dle and high schools to start no ear­lier than 8:30 a.m.

SB100 by de León would have re­quired Cal­i­for­nia to re­ceive all of its power from re­new­able sources by 2045. De León said new trans­parency rules that re­quire bills to be online at least 72 hours be­fore a vote made it dif­fi­cult to pull the bill across the fin­ish line.

“Three days, 72 hours, are like dog years in the last week,” he said. “It com­pli­cates things, no doubt.”

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