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Kevin Kiley
California Legislator fighting for sanity and decency at our State Capitol
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Kevin Kiley 19m
The per diem for California Legislators was just raised to $211 per day. I will again decline it entirely.
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Kevin Kiley 41m
Yes on the Sutter County Court’s Facebook page starting at 10.
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Kevin Kiley 3h
The possible outcomes of tomorrow's trial against Gov. Newsom, and how to watch the live stream.
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Kevin Kiley 5h
The start time for our trial tomorrow against Gov. Newsom has been moved back an hour, to 10 AM at the Sutter County Courthouse.
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Kevin Kiley 11h
California's dominant special interests have already presented Gov. Newsom with demands for a Kamala Harris successor. The appointment system is convenient for them as they can just cash in on their prior investment.
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James Gallagher 14h
This long awaited trial is happening tomorrow morning. We hope to once again check the Governor’s powers in Court.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 19
If Gavin Newsom wants COVID-19 to be taken seriously, interposing himself between Californians and a cure is an odd way to make the point.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 19
Suggesting we can't trust the FDA, Gov. Newsom has set up a separate approval process before anyone gets a COVID vaccine in California. Of course, we'll continue trusting the FDA for every other drug whose distribution doesn't threaten his hold on power.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 19
Enough is enough. If I have the honor to start a new term in December, I'll immediately introduce a bill requiring school districts to offer classroom-based instruction without further delay.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 18
Many, many people have told me they voted for Gavin Newsom but think he's accumulated way too much power and they're glad we're challenging him.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 18
The nation's leading vote suppressors are Kamala Harris and her successor as California Attorney General. Their fraudulent descriptions of ballot measures have kept millions from voting for what they want or voting at all.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 18
What do Abraham Lincoln and Dianne Feinstein have in common? Both are "inappropriate" names for schools according to a "blue ribbon panel" set up by the underachieving San Francisco Unified School District, whose students are stuck at home learning even less than usual.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 17
If you're looking for leisurely Saturday night reading, here's our Trial Brief and every other filing. We've represented ourselves in order to personally stand up for our branch of government, and more importantly, the people of California.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 17
Gov. Newsom's latest potshot against us is that "unlike in Michigan, the California Legislature as a body has not joined Plaintiffs’ lawsuit.” He’s got a point: our Legislature has been much more useless than the one in Michigan or pretty much anywhere.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 16
James Gallagher and I have just filed our Trial Brief, as has Governor Newsom. The trial is next Wednesday at the Sutter County Courthouse.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 16
The Mayors of California’s 13 largest cities are urging the state to act “quickly and intentionally” to open schools, in contrast to the “slow and steady” approach of the State Superintendent.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 15
The Legislature finally relented and agreed to oversight hearings on Gov. Newsom's COVID policies. What we learned was even more disturbing than I expected.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 15
The state should be doing everything it can to get all schools in California open. But we're seeing just the opposite, with new reasons invented to keep them closed.
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Kevin Kiley Oct 15
The State Superintendent tipped his hand that the plan is to keep many schools closed the entire year or longer, breathlessly citing "new data" that "COVID could be with us well beyond 2021."
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Kevin Kiley Oct 14
California is the worst place to be a kid in the COVID era. On top of the monstrous school closures, we're one of the only states not allowing youth sports.
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