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Koversations With Kevin #6 | Blog: THE DETECTIVE'S DIARY, 25 Oct 2012 [cached]
A professional poll conducted by then-Assembly Member Cindy Montanez found that of all the organizations that make endorsements in the San Fernando Valley, SFV/NELA NOW's endorsement was trusted by more voters than any other because of the integrity of our process and our reputation for strict non-partisanship.
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Assembly member Cindi Montanez, or if you are a CA resident to your
This is why in the 2002-2003 ..., 1 May 2011 [cached]
This is why in the 2002-2003 legislative session, I authored what became AB 1617, introduced by then Assembly Member Cindy Montanez, to put teeth into the laws governing sexual harassment in the workplace, amongst other things. It would have insured that the legal standards was that government and the private sector would have to use investigators in these cases that were independent, unbiased, and above all, competent by industry standards to investigate these situations. Furthermore, AB 1617 would have enabled the trier of fact in any lawsuit over harassment to consider specific examples of an employer's response to a finding of sexual harassment and put the employer's conduct at issue if instead of meting out actual punishment, the employer did something that was welcomed by the harasser, such as giving them a promotion.
The bill didn't pass. In fact, due to threats by the State Chamber of Commerce and other employer organizations to effectively shut down Cindy Montanez's legislative office with a massive telephoning blitz by their members, it didn't even get a committee hearing. Blog: THE DETECTIVE'S DIARY » 2010 » November, 1 Nov 2010 [cached]
In 2002 I wrote what became AB 1617, introduced in the State Assembly by former Assembly Member Cindy Montanez in an attempt to insure that allegations of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in the workplace are properly, competently, and independently investigated and dealt with without bias. Blog: THE DETECTIVE'S DIARY » 2010 » December, 1 Dec 2010 [cached]
I was the principal author of AB 1617 which was introduced by then-Assembly Member Cindy Montanez during the 2002-2003 legislative session.
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