Senator Ochoa Bogh Announces Tentative Hearing Date for Senate Bill 1405

Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh (R-Yucaipa) has announced that a tentative hearing date for Senate Bill 1405 has been scheduled for May 1 at 1:30 p.m.

This hearing is set to take place in the Senate Local Government Committee. However, the final confirmation and the committee room number will be listed in the Senate Daily File as soon as they are finalized.

The public is encouraged to attend the hearing to express their views, as it will be open to all interested parties. Information on the bill’s progress can be found on the LegInfo website, where individuals can also sign up to track the bill using the “Track Bill” feature.

Senator Ochoa Bogh urges all stakeholders to actively participate in the legislative process by sending letters through the Legislative Letters Portal to the Senate Local Government Committee. It is important to note that no teleconferencing options are available for this hearing; therefore, all testimony must be given in person.

All correspondence submitted to the committee, whether in support of or in opposition to the bill, will be distributed to all committee members and will be accessible to legislative staff. For those interested in obtaining copies of any letters, please contact Senator Ochoa Bogh’s Capitol office, and copies will be provided upon request.

On the day of the committee hearing, the proceedings can be followed live via the livestream available on the Senate’s official website

For additional assistance or inquiries, please do not hesitate to reach out directly to Senator Ochoa Bogh’s Capitol office