imgACTION ALERT: Help needed NOW to protect Pregnancy Resource Centers (plus, other religious freedom and parental rights bills)

April 20, 2015

AB 775, a punitive bill that forces pro-life Pregnancy Resource Centers (PRCs) across the state to advertise abortion services, has a hearing next Tuesday, 04/28 in the Assembly Judiciary Committee. Your letters of opposition are needed before 4 p.m. Tuesday, 04/21. READ MORE

imgNew assault on human life: AB 775 would force pregnancy centers to advertise abortion!

April 13, 2015

California’s grisly abortion industry is in the midst of a government-sponsored boon. In 2013, the state has waived safety regulations for abortion clinics (AB 980) and reduced the medical standards required to perform abortions by allowing certain nurses to do the surgeries (AB 154). And last year, the California Department of Health cut all medical reimbursements by 10 percent while increasing taxpayer funding of abortions providers by 40 percent.

But abortion profiteers like Planned Parenthood and NARAL are still not content READ MORE

imgBill would restore parental rights for outside sex ed instruction

April 6, 2015

Last year, a group of San Diego County parents filed a complaint with Pine Valley Middle School officials after discovering that their 11- to 13-year-old children were exposed to graphic photos and curriculum when campus administrators allowed an outside group to present information for a sex ed course.

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URGENT UPDATE: The Democrat-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee will hear testimony tomorrow (Tuesday, April 7) on Senate Bill (SB) 128, which will legalize assisted-suicide. It is too late for letters to be included in the official record, but you can still call or send faxes to individual committee members. The bill passed its first critical hearing on March 25 in the Senate Education Committee by a 6-2 vote, mostly along party lines. The exception was Senator Richard Pan (D-Sacramento), a physician, who did not vote. To hear the reaction of California Family Council CEO Jonathan Keller, click here. For the bill’s summary, talking points and a sample letter for the Senate Judiciary Committee, scroll down to the very end of today’s weekly update. READ MORE

imgNew bill would protect collegiate Christian clubs

March 23, 2015

Remember when higher education was supposed to be “the marketplace of ideas?” Sadly, it seems that one side wants a monopoly.

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URGENT REMINDER: The Senate Health Committee will hear Senate Bill 128, a proposal to legalize assisted suicide in California, this Wednesday. Please pray that committee members recognize the threat to the state’s elderly and disabled communities, and kill the bill before it advances. It’s still not too late to call committee members. For contact information see last Monday’s edition of This Week in the Capitol The Health Committee list is at the end of the page. 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