imgPot dispensary legislation introduced

February 18, 2015

With nearly 600 bills introduced in the Legislature so far this year (and another 1,400 anticipated by the February 27 deadline), there is a lot of buzz surrounding lawmakers’ intentions regarding the use of marijuana.

Last week, Assemblyman Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova) introduced legislation that would create a two-tier system to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries in the state—nearly 19 years after voters approved health-related use of cannabis. Under the terms of Assembly Bill (AB) 266, READ MORE

imgAssisted suicide bill gets committee assignments


February 9, 2015

California’s proposed assisted suicide law will soon face its first hearings before both the Senate Judiciary and Health Committees. After the committee assignments were announced last week, this macabre movement received some unexpected publicity from the Supreme Court of Canada. READ MORE

imgJust days after Roe v. Wade anniversary, legislature pushes pro-death bill

February 4, 2015

Last month, our country marked one of the most significant and tragic anniversaries in our nearly 239 years as a nation. To coin a phrase by President Franklin Roosevelt, January 22, 1973 is “a date which will live in infamy.”

By a vote of 7-2, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in Roe v. Wade that unborn children could be legally killed by abortion for any reason (or no reason) at all. And despite claims that READ MORE

imgMindful of ‘mindfulness’

January 14, 2015

On the surface, it sounds like a promising solution to school violence: create twice-daily timeouts for “Quiet Time” where students silently reflect. Statistics on decreased violence and suspensions, some say, bear out the success of the project, now operating in a San Francisco school district.

In Portland, students begin their day on mats and meditation pillows as their teacher ushers in a time of silence with a Tibetan “singing bowl.” READ MORE

About Us

California Family Alliance (CFA) is a not-for-profit, political action organization that works in affiliation with California Family Council. CFA’s purpose is to advocate for pro-family, pro-life issues at the grassroots and legislative levels.

Because of our advocacy for and against legislative bills, ballot measures and cultural issues, CFA is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)(4) organization. This IRS status means that contributions to CFA are not tax-deductible. We rely on the gifts of families and individuals who believe California’s public policies must be researched, analyzed and communicated to the state’s citizens, in order to motivate participation in the process of government.

Similar to California Family Council, CFA limits its involvement to matters that affect innocent life, religious liberty, and the historic, traditional family, such as:

• Abortion
• Embryonic stem cell research
• Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia
• Human trafficking and child protection
• Parental authority
• Educational curricula
• Alternative sexual orientation “rights”
• Same-sex “marriage”
• Rights of conscience and employment laws
• Adoption and foster care
• Fiscal responsibility
• Divorce and its consequences