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Pedro Morillas

Regional Director

Everytown

Direct Phone: (805) ***-****direct phone

Email: p***@***.org

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Everytown

P.O. Box 4184

New York City, New York,10163

United States

Company Description

Everytown is the largest gun violence prevention organization in the country with more than three million supporters and more than 40,000 donors including moms, mayors, survivors, and everyday Americans who are fighting for public safety measures that respect ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Target Corporation


Legislative Director

CALPIRG


Campaign Manager

Organizing for Action


Senior Account Executive

Fenton Communications


Affiliations

Consumer Federation of California

Secretary


radicalDESIGNS

Secretary


Education

degree

political science

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo


Web References(178 Total References)


May lobby filings reveal $690,000 in NM spending | New Mexico In Depth

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Pedro Morillas, lobbyist for Everytown for Gun Safety, reported paying ProgressNow New Mexico $12,500 for "grassroots lobbying.
That group canvassed in support of the background check bills during the session, but Morillas reported the payment as being made in early April.


The Sacramento Bee: Finding out who sells personal info to junk-mail firms is tough | CALPIRG

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Pedro Morillas, CalPIRG spokesman, said consumer protections need to be strengthened, but he did not propose specific legislation.
"Consumers' information is their own," Morillas said. Companies' failure to respond to requests for information can frustrate consumers, but is not necessarily illegal, Morillas noted. State law requires compliance only by businesses that share personal information for direct marketing purposes. CalPIRG does not know how many of the 20 firms that failed to respond to its survey were legally obligated to do so. "While the current law is a good first step toward educating consumers about how their information is shared, these problems the report uncovered indicate that more needs to be done," Morillas said.


The San Francisco Chronicle: Politicians raise money outside their districts | CALPIRG

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Pedro Morillas of consumer advocacy group CalPIRG said money opens doors but doesn't guarantee a legislator's support - just their ear.
Voters can ensure they are heard by staying active and engaged and voicing their opinion on key issues, he said. "Every politician has $1,000-a-plate fundraisers," he said.


Governor Brown Must Resist Short-Term Budget Temptations | CALPIRG

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Pedro Morillas,
CALPIRG "Quick cash up-front for low profile but high value items like state buildings and highways will be a siren song tempting Governor Brown," said Pedro Morillas, CALPIRG Consumer Advocate. "If done for the short-term money, these deals could turn into long term losers for California," according to Morillas. In Arizona the state recently made a $735 million deal to sell several state owned buildings then lease them back from the buyers. "The Arizona legislature's landlords are now the mutual funds Fidelity and Vanguard instead of the Arizona taxpayers," added Morillas


CALPIRG | Standing Up To Powerful Interests

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Testimony On Bank Interchange Fee Ripoff | Pedro Morillas
Read my testimony to the California State Legislature on the bank Interchange Fee ripoff below.


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