A.G. File No. 2023-027 November 14
Schools notifying parents of a student’s gender identity; school, college, and university sex-segregated facilities and athletic programs and activities; and certain gender-affirming medical treatments for individuals under the age of 18 years.
This measure defines biological sex; requires schools notify parents and legal guardians if a student requests to be treated as a gender different from official school records; prohibits transgender female students from participating in athletic programs or activities designated for biological female students; requires sex-segregated facilities on school, college, and university campuses be segregated based on biological sex; eliminates requirement to allow gender nonbinary and transgender students to participate in either girls state or boys state conferences; and prohibits providing certain medical treatments that affirm a different gender than biological sex for youth (Amendment #2).
A.G. File No. 2023-026 November 2
Funding for students attending private schools.
This measure establishes a program that would provide $17,000 in state funding for each K-12 student attending a participating private school. Students could use these funds to pay for private school tuition and purchase educational services from approved vendors. Any funds not used for these purposes could be saved and used for postsecondary education expenses. The program would begin in 2025-26 (Amendment #1).
A.G. File No. 2023-025 October 27
This measure prohibits the general public from filing lawsuits alleging noncompliance with the California Environmental Quality Act for housing and related infrastructure, utility, and public service projects and sets a cap on development fees levied by local entities on new housing and state agencies on housing, infrastructure, utility, or public service project (Amendment #1).
A.G. File No. 2023-024 October 27
Managed care organization tax.
The measure would add provisions to California law permanently establishing an MCO tax (Amendment #1).
A.G. File No. 2023-023 October 25
This measure (1) makes selling certain illegal drugs to someone who dies as a result a serious felony, punishable by up to 12 years in state prison and (2) requires courts to warn people convicted of distributing certain illegal drugs that if, in the future, they distribute any illegal drugs to someone who dies as a result, they could be charged with murder (Amendment #1).
A.G. File No. 2023-022 October 25
Personal finance education.
This measure requires the completion of a one-semester personal finance course as a requirement for graduating from high school.
A.G. File No. 2023-021 October 19
Medi-Cal Rx program and revenues from federal drug price discounts.
This measure would add a provision in California law to permanently allow the state to implement the Medi-Cal Rx program and enact new requirements on how certain health care providers use their revenues generated from the federal 340B drug price discount program (Amendment #1).
A.G. File No. 2023-020 October 17
Gender-affirming medical procedures for individuals under the age of 18 years.
This measure would prohibit health care providers from providing patients under the age of 18 certain medical treatments that affirm a gender identity that is different from their biological sex (Amendment #1).
A.G. File No. 2023-019 October 17
Use of school, college, and university sex-segregated facilities and student participation in athletic programs and activities based on their gender identity.
The measure repeals existing state law that allows students to participate in sex-segregated K-12 school programs, activities, and facilities consistent with the student’s gender identity; requires participation in any grades 7 to 12, college, and university competitive athletic program or activity designated for female students be based on biological sex, not gender identity; requires use of K-12, college, and university sex-segregated facilities be based on biological sex, not gender identity; and repeals existing state law that allows students to participate in either Girls State or Boys State based on gender identity (Amendment #1).
A.G. File No. 2023-018 October 17
Parental or legal guardian notification if student requests gender-related accommodations.
The measure requires schools notify parents and legal guardians as soon as practicable if a student under the age of 18 requests to be treated as a gender different from the student’s gender listed in official records (Amendment #1).
A.G. File No. 2023-017 October 11
Drug and theft crimes.
This measure makes changes to state law regarding certain drug and theft crimes (Amendment #1).
A.G. File No. 2023-016 October 4
Voting in California.
This measure would establish new identification requirements for voters.
A.G. File No. 2023-015 September 21
Public access to state and local government records (Amendment #1).
This measure increases the amount and types of records eligible to be disclosed to the public.
A.G. File No. 2023-014 September 21
Restrictions on certain oil drilling permits (Amendment #1).
This measure sets various restrictions on oil drilling permits.
A.G. File No. 2023-013 September 7
Research and development involving certain psychedelic substances (Amendment #1).
This measure authorizes the state to sell $5 billion in general obligation bonds to support research, development, training, and education involving the use of psychedelic substances to treat mental health issues.