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Inventory of the California State Senate Health Committee Records
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Series Description

LP462:1-864, 969-1261

Series 1 Bill Files 2005-2016

Physical Description: 1,156 file folders and 1 DVD

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by legislative session, then numerically by bill number within legislative house.

Scope and Content Note

Bill files created by the Senate Health Committee may include bill analyses, amendments and resolutions, author’s statements, testimony, press releases, editorials and newspaper clippings, correspondence, committee statements, and other information.
Notable legislation includes: AB682 (2007-2008), which revised the written and informed consent standards associated with testing blood for HIV/AIDS; SB1029 (2009-2010), which allowed individuals up to 30 syringes or needles for personal use without a prescription from a pharmacy; AB2572 (2007-2008), which required a food facility with twenty or more locations throughout the state to disclose to customers specified nutrition information for standard food items, and their close involvement with Latino Coalition for a Healthy California (LCHC), California Nurses Association (CNA), American Heart Association, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; SB648 (2013-2014), Electronic Cigarettes restriction of use and advertising; ABX1_1 (2013-2014), which revised Medi-Cal eligibility; SB128 (2015-2016), End of Life option act; SB277 (2015-2016); Public Health Vaccinations: AB266 (2015-2016) Medical Cannabis.
Bill files originating from the Aging and Long-Term Care Subcommittee may be found under the series description for that committee.
Audiovisual materials have been separated to a cold- storage vault for preservation purposes and separation sheets are in the bill files to alert the researcher to the existence of these items.
2005-2006: SB12-SB1851, SCA13, SCR49, SJR5-SJR28 (LP462:1-95)
2005-2006: AB8-AB3071, ACR1-ACR114, AJR24-AJR59 (LP462:96-172)
2007-2008: SB7-SB1773, SJR8-SJR20, SR17 (LP462:173-273)
2007-2008: SB13x1-SB127x1 (LP462:423-426)
2007-2008: AB1-AB3082, ACR87-ACR134, AJR13-AJR58 (LP462:274-422)
2007-2008: AB11X-AB12X (LP462:427-432)
2009-2010: SB1-SB1431, SCA29, SCR66, SJR13-SJR31, SR21, SB13x3-SB24x3, SB24x8-SB65x8 (LP462:433-524)
2009-2010: AB2-AB2787, ACR2-ACR74, AJR9-AJR42 (LP462:525-633)
2011-2012: SB20-SB1538, SR20 (LP462:634-750)
2011-2012: AB43-AB2608, AJR30 (LP462:751-864)
2013-2014: SB18-SB1465, SCR24, SB1x1-SB3x1 (LP462:969-1040)
2013-2014: AB21-AB2697, AJR50, AB1x1-AB1x1 (LP462:1041-1112)
2015-2016: SB4-SB1477, SCR117-SCR134, SJR9, SB1x2-SB15x2 (LP462:1113-1199)
2015-2016: AB21-AB2821, AJR16, AB7x2-AB11x2 (LP462:1200-1261)
LP462:865-875

Series 2 Hearing Files 2005-2010

Physical Description: 12 file folders, 28 audiotapes, 4 CDs

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by date of hearing.

Access Information

Access to audiovisual materials requires production of use copies by Archives staff.

Scope and Content Note

Hearing files for the committee may contain agendas, audiotapes, transcripts, testimony, background, and working files for regular session hearings as well as interim hearings and select joint committee hearings.
Audiotapes have been separated to a cold-storage vault for preservation purposes and separation sheets are in the hearing files to alert the researcher to the existence of these tapes.
For a chronological list of hearing files, see Appendix A.

Additional Series Information

LP462:876-877

Series 3 Subject Files 2005-2006

Physical Description: 2 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged arranged alphabetically by subject title.

Scope and Content Note

Subject files created by the committee may include correspondence, emails, memoranda, statistical findings, and published and unpublished reports. Of particular note are those files related to Payment of Provider Services Information and Complaints, as well as AB1321 (2005) which prohibits a non-contracting emergency physician working at a hospital that contracts with HMO from billing a patient. This series also contains files related to health care services plans and unfair payment patterns.
Pending Legislation, 2005-2006 (LP462:876-877)
 

Senate Subcommittee on Aging and Long-Term Care 1997-2011

Scope and Content

The subcommittee on Aging and Long-Term Care records consist of Bill Files, 2007-2008, Hearing Files, 1997-2009, and Correspondence, 2010-2011.
The bill files document the bills directed to the committee. The files include committee analysis, letters from interested parties, and the comments of affected agencies. These files show the close involvement of the committee in such issues as healthy eating and access to healthy foods, amongst other health related legislation.
The hearing files created by the Subcommittee on Aging and Long-Term Care may contain audiotapes, transcripts, background, and working files for regular session hearings as well as select joint hearings. Hearing topics include renewable energy, Alzheimer's disease, support for family caregivers, and issues regarding elderly living standards.
The correspondence files created by the Subcommittee on Aging and Long-Term Care include letters from representatives of regional centers, constituents and medical professionals. The correspondence relates to the funding of California's Burn Institute in Imperial County, and information regarding Pertussis vaccination.
LP462:878-904

Series 1 Bill Files 2007-2008

Physical Description: 27 file folders

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by legislative session, then numerically by bill number within legislative house.

Scope and Content

Bill files created by the Subcommittee on Aging and Long-Term Care may include bill analyses, amendments and resolutions, author's statements, testimony, editorials and newspaper clippings, correspondence, committee statements, and other information.
2007-2008: SB48-SB1593, SCR62 (LP462:878-904)
LP462:904-967

Series 2 Hearing Files 1997-2009

Physical Description: 62 file folders, 26 audiocassettes, 15 videocassettes, 13 compact discs, 1 DVD, 1 floppy disk (3.5 inch/1.44MB)

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by hearing date.

Access Information

Access to audiovisual materials requires production of use copies by Archives staff.

Scope and Content

Hearing files created by the Subcommittee on Aging and Long-Term Care may contain audiotapes, transcripts, background, and working files for regular session hearings as well as select joint hearings. Hearing topics include renewable energy, Alzheimer's disease, support for family caregivers, and issues regarding elderly living standards.
Audiotapes have been separated to a cold-storage vault for preservation purposes and separation sheets are in the hearing files to alert the researcher to the existence of these tapes.
For a list of hearing files, see Appendix B.

Additional Series Information

LP462:968

Series 3 Correspondence Files 2010-2011

Physical Description: 1 file folder

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by date.

Scope and Content

Correspondence files created by the Subcommittee on Aging and Long-Term Care include letters from representatives of regional centers, constituents and medical professionals.
The correspondence relates to the funding of California's Burn Institute in Imperial County, and information regarding Pertussis vaccination.