All Home took positions on the following state legislation in 2023

2023 Legislative Positions:

  • AB 441  (Haney)- Sponsored by All Home*
    • Authorizes the Franchise Tax Board to distribute annual tax credit payments of the CalEITC, Young Child Tax Credit, and Foster Youth Credit in advanced monthly installments.
  • ACA 1 (Aguiar-Curry)
    • Amendment to the state Constitution to allow local general obligation bonds or sales taxes that finance affordable housing, permanent supportive housing, and infrastructure improvements to be approved by a 55% majority vote.
  • AB 84 (Ward)
    • Improves implementation of the welfare property tax exemption for development of affordable housing.
  • AB 257 (Hoover) OPPOSED
    • Criminalizes “camping” on any street, sidewalk, or other public right-of-way within 500 feet of a school, daycare center, playground, or youth center.
  • AB 310 (Arambula)
    • Makes changes to the CalWORKs to provide parents with support and address racial and economic inequities.
  • AB 435 (Cervantes)
    • Expands BenefitsCal automated application process eligibility to allow individuals who are eligible for the CAPI, TCVAP, or RCA programs to apply online using BenefitsCal in lieu of doing so in-person.
  • AB 671 (Ward)
    • Expressly allows Community Land Trusts to use CalHome Program funds for developing accessory dwelling units.
  • AB 745 (Bryan)
    • Requires the Department of Housing and Community Development to create the Reentry Housing and Workforce Development Program.
  • AB 799 (Rivas)
    • Requires the California Interagency Council on Homelessness and HHAP fund applicants to establish and update achievable, statewide goals using evidence-based solutions to combat homelessness.
  • AB 919 (Kalra)
    • Gives tenants and eligible entities such as local public agencies and mission-driven nonprofits, the first opportunity to purchase rental housing when the owner decides to sell the property.
  • AB 1002 (Irwin) – VETO
    • Would allow the Franchise Tax Board to create a simplified, stand-alone filing form to claim the CalEITC, Young Child Tax Credit, and Foster Youth Credit without needing to file a full individual income tax return.
  • AB 1053 (Gabriel)
    • Reduces affordable housing costs by funding Department of Housing and Community Development loans during construction.
  • AB 1085 (Maienschein) – VETO
    • Would require the Department of Healthcare Services to seek federal approval to make housing support services a Medi-Cal benefit.
  • AB 1319 (Wicks)
    • Authorizes the Bay Area Housing Finance Agency to issue mortgage revenue bonds, acquire, develop, and dispose of real property, and create California limited liability companies of which the agency is the sole member. 
  • AB 1449 (Alvarez)
    • Facilitates the development of affordable housing by exempting certain 100% affordable housing projects from CEQA.
  • AB 1498 (Gipson)
    • Increases the minimum CalEITC credit amount for single filers to $355.
  • SB 4 (Wiener)
    • Provides a streamlined process for religious organizations and nonprofit colleges to develop affordable housing on their property regardless of local zoning restrictions. 
  • SB 31 (Jones) OPPOSED
    • Criminalizes sitting, laying, sleeping, or storing personal property upon any street, sidewalk, or other public right-of-way within 1000 feet of “sensitive areas” such as schools, daycare centers, parks, or libraries.
  • SB 423 (Wiener)
    • Makes permanent a law to streamline the approval of affordable housing projects, and require prevailing wages for construction workers.
  • SB 482 (Blakespear)
    • Requires the Department of Housing and Community Development to offer capitalized operating reserves to supportive housing units developed under the Multifamily Housing Program.
  • SB 225 (Caballero)
    • Establishes the Community Anti-Displacement and Preservation Program to fund the acquisition and preservation of affordable housing units and prevent the displacement of current residents.
  • SB 565 (Caballero) – VETO
    • Allows the Franchise Tax Board to create a program for free, simplified tax filing for qualifying taxpayers by utilizing the pre-population of taxpayer data to streamline the filing process.
  • SB 567 (Durazo) 
    • Makes changes to existing tenant protection law by establishing presumption that a tenancy is month-to-month, limiting rent increases and protecting tenants against illegal evictions.
  • SB 569 (Glazer)
    • Makes the Renter’s Tax Credit refundable and indexes it to inflation.
  • SB 634 (Becker)
    •  Streamlines the approval of non-congregate, relocatable interim housing that serves people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
  • SB 686 (Durazo) – VETO
    • Establishes health and safety protections for domestic workers under California’s Occupational Safety and Health Act (Cal/OSHA).

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