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Curren Price, Jr.'s Voting Records on Issue: Technology and Communication

Office: Council Member (Los Angeles, CA) - District 9, No Party Affiliation

California Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
May 2, 2013 SB 501 Requires Social Networking Sites to Remove Personal Identifying Information Bill Passed - Senate
(23 - 10)
Feb. 22, 2013 AB 1217 Establishes Certain Regulations for Home Care Aides House Co-sponsor
Sept. 6, 2011 AB 1236 Prohibits Requirement of Electronic Employment Verification Bill Passed - Senate
(24 - 14)
June 2, 2011 SB 242 Privacy Control Requirements for Social Networks Bill Failed - Senate
(19 - 17)
June 1, 2011 SB 914 Requires a Warrant to Search Cell Phones Bill Passed - Senate
(28 - 9)
April 25, 2011 SB 28 Penalties for Using Mobile Device When Driving Bill Passed - Senate
(24 - 12)
June 3, 2010 SB 1475 Penalties for Using a Cell Phone While Driving or Riding a Bicycle Amendment Adopted - Senate
(21 - 16)
June 3, 2010 SB 920 Opt-out for Telephone Directories Bill Failed - Senate
(12 - 18)
Did Not Vote
Feb. 18, 2010 ABx8 8 Internet Sales Tax Bill Passed - Senate
(23 - 15)
Aug. 13, 2008 AB 86 Cyber-Bullying Enforcement Concurrence Vote Passed - House
(52 - 22)
Aug. 13, 2008 SB 28 Prohibiting Text Messaging While Driving Bill Passed - House
(52 - 24)
May 29, 2008 AB 2076 Prohibiting E-verify Bill Passed - House
(43 - 31)
Aug. 27, 2007 SB 33 Underage Driver Cellphone Ban Bill Passed - House
(67 - 7)
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