James Ramos

State assembly

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District Party Score
AD-40 democrat
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Votes

Type Year Categories Name Description Vote
floor_votes 2020

AB1145

Creates the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act to strengthen requirements for mandatory reporters who hold a reasonable suspicion of child abuse.

Support
floor_votes 2020
  • environmental-justice
  • environmental-protection

AB345

Establishes a minimum distance between oil and gas production and schools, playgrounds, residences and hospitals.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • voting-rights

AB646

Allows a person on parole to preregister to vote, register to vote, and vote.

No Vote
committee_votes 2020
  • racial-justice
  • voting-rights

ACA5

Sends affirmative action to voters as a ballot measure.

Support
floor_votes 2020
  • health

AB2037

Forces hospitals to give communities more notice of closures of healthcare facilities.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • environmental-protection

AB3030

Sets environmental and oceanic preservation goals for the state to achieve by 2030.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • workers-rights

AB1947

Extends the statute of limitations to file certain workplace complaints with the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • workers-rights

AB2999

Guarantees employees 10 days of unpaid bereavement leave.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • environmental-justice
  • environmental-protection

AB3214

Increases financial penalties for failing to notify state and federal agencies after discharging oil into state waters.

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • housing

AB2501

Protects homeowners and renters from foreclosure and eviction due to COVID-related circumstances.

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • economic-justice
  • workers-rights

AB3216

Strengthens protections for workers facing COVID-related layoffs in the hospitality industries.

No Vote
committee_votes 2020
  • consumer-protection
  • health

SB977

Expands the Attorney General’s ability to prohibit certain transactions by healthcare systems that hurt consumers by limiting competition.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • gender-equality
  • workers-rights

SB973

Requires employers to file an annual equal pay report.

Support
floor_votes 2020
  • housing

SB1190

Authorizes tenants to terminate leases without penalty because they or a family member were the victim of a crime.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • gun-violence-prevention
  • racial-justice

AB1185

Allows counties to establish Sheriff's Department oversight boards.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

AB2542

Prohibits racial discrimination in prosecutions and creates a process for criminal defendants to challenge racial discrimination.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

AB3070

Prohibits prosecutors from striking prospective jurors from jury pools on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender and other identities.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • environmental-justice
  • environmental-protection

AB3214

Increases financial penalties for failing to notify state and federal agencies after discharging oil into state waters.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • economic-justice
  • workers-rights

AB3216

Strengthens protections for workers facing COVID-related layoffs in the hospitality industries.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • health
  • workers-rights

AB890

Allows nurse practitioners in California to work without physician supervision.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020

SB1175

Animals: prohibitions on importation and possession of wild animals: live animal markets.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • workers-rights

SB1383

Forces employers to grant employee requests for up to 12 work weeks of unpaid parental leave.

No Vote
floor_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • lgbtq-rights

SB145

Removes remnants of discriminatory anti-sodomy laws from statutory rape punishments.

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • environmental-protection

SB54

Requires all single-use packaging sold in California be recyclable or compostable by 2030.

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • workers-rights

AB749

Prohibits "no rehire" provisions that bar victims of mistreatment from employment with offending company

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice

AB1215

Bans (for 3 yrs) biometric surveillance and facial recognition from use in police body cameras

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • education

AB1505

Empowers local districts to evaluate charter school applications based on economic impact criteria

Support
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice
  • political-accountability
  • racial-justice

AB1600

Expedites the process to obtain police misconduct records in a criminal trial

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • consumer-protection
  • health

AB290

Prevents dialysis companies from steering patients from medi-cal to boost corporate profits

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • workers-rights

AB51

Prohibits employers from forcing job candidates to waive legal rights in favor of forced arbitration

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • environmental-protection

AB1328

Strengthens emissions reporting requirements and transparency on environmental impact of abandoned wells

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • consumer-protection

AB1360

Strengthens food safety training requirements and mandates employer-provided insurance for delivery drivers

Support
floor_votes 2019
  • health

AB362

Allows state to contract safe-injection site operators in the Bay Area

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • workers-rights

AB403

Lengthens statute of limitations for filing workplace retaliation claims from 6 months to 3 years

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice
  • health

AB45

Prohibits the state from charging inmates an administrative fee for a medical visit

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • housing

AB1487

Creates Bay Area Housing Finance Authority, to raise and distribute affordable housing funds

Support
floor_votes 2019
  • environmental-protection

AB936

Strengthens transparency around nonfloating oil transport and creates contingency plans to prepare for spillage

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice

AB965

Allows people incarcerated as youth to earn time off their earliest parole date

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice
  • gun-violence-prevention
  • racial-justice

AB1185

Allows counties to establish Sheriff's Department oversight boards.

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • housing

AB1279

Encourages affordable housing production in “high-resource” areas that show patterns of exclusion

Support
floor_votes 2019
  • consumer-protection

AB1366

Eliminates critical oversight of telecom companies

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • housing

AB1482

Caps rent increase at 5% in 12-month period, and forces landlords to present 'just cause' before evicting

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice
  • education

AB901

Decriminalizes truancy and limits power of probation departments over youths not charged with crimes

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • environmental-protection

AB1080

Sets goals to reduce waste from single-use packaging and products.

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • health

AB1611

Requires insurance providers to charge same out-of-pocket costs for emergency care whether in plan or not

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • economic-justice
  • housing

AB857

Allows local governments to sponsor public banks

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • workers-rights

ACA14

Forces UC system to reduce contracted services in order to increase percent of union workers on their payroll

Support
floor_votes 2019
  • political-accountability

ACA8

Lowers voting age to 17

Support
floor_votes 2019
  • workers-rights

AB749

Prohibits "no rehire" provisions that bar victims of mistreatment from employment with offending company

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • racial-justice

ACA6

Restores voting rights for people on parole

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice

SB310

Allows formerly incarcerated people to serve on juries

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • economic-justice

SB268

Offers voters more information on potentially progressive taxation measures

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • consumer-protection
  • health

AB290

Prevents dialysis companies from steering patients from medi-cal to boost corporate profits

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice

AB965

Allows people incarcerated as youth to earn time off their earliest parole date

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • economic-justice

SB616

Forces debt collectors to leave final $1,724 in a bank account

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • economic-justice
  • housing

SB329

Prohibits landlords from rejecting applicants based on Section 8 status

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • housing

AB1482

Caps rent increase at 5% in 12-month period, and forces landlords to present 'just cause' before evicting

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice
  • political-accountability
  • racial-justice

AB1600

Expedites the process to obtain police misconduct records in a criminal trial

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice

AB1215

Bans (for 3 yrs) biometric surveillance and facial recognition from use in police body cameras

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • criminal-justice

SB136

Repeals sentencing enhancements for those with prior offenses

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • housing

AB1487

Creates Bay Area Housing Finance Authority, to raise and distribute affordable housing funds

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • economic-justice
  • housing

AB857

Allows local governments to sponsor public banks

Oppose
floor_votes 2019
  • environmental-protection

SB1

Strengthens California environmental standards to pre-Trump federal levels

No Vote
floor_votes 2019
  • workers-rights

SB218

Establishes penalties for claims that arise under Fair Housing and Employment Act

No Vote

Corporate Money

Type Amount
Real Estate $96,100
Oil & Gas $44,970
Cops $60,302

Score Card Grades from Partners

Partner Score
ACLU
50
CA Environmental Justice Alliance
63
CA Federation of Teachers
100
CA League of Conservation Voters
46
Disability Rights CA
64
Equality CA
75
Health Access
82
Planned Parenthood
100
Sierra Club
22
United Domestic Workers
89
United Food & Commercial Workers Western States Council
100

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