Megan Dahle

State assembly

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AD-1

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republican

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Votes

Type Year Categories Name Description Vote
floor_votes 2021
  • health
  • workers-rights

AB84

Extends supplemental paid sick leave for certain essential workers.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice

AB503

Minimizes the time youths spend on probation and tailors probation conditions to meet their individual needs.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • environmental-protection

AB1200

Bans toxic PFAS chemicals in paper food packaging.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • housing

AB838

Requires a city or county that receives a complaint of a substandard building or a lead hazard violation to inspect the building and document the violations.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • economic-justice

AB889

Mandates written notice of intended closure of a grocery establishment, provision of safety net programs and local workforce training services information to each employee of the grocery establishment, and city tracking of grocery closures for potential intervention.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • racial-justice

AB256

Makes the California Racial Justice Act of 2020 retroactive, allowing previously convicted defendants to challenge racial discrimination.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

AB292

Limits disruptions to rehabilitative programming in prisons by prioritizing incarcerated persons for similar programs when transferred to a new facility.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • economic-justice

AB1177

Sets in motion the nation's first public banking option, closing a critical financial services gap in many disadvantaged communities.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • environmental-protection

AB1371

Prohibits online retailers from using single-use packaging, and mandates certain businesses establish at-store recycling and plastic bag reuse programs.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

AB990

Prohibits the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation from denying in-person contact visits as a disciplinary measure.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • environmental-protection

AB1371

Prohibits online retailers from using single-use packaging, and mandates certain businesses establish at-store recycling and plastic bag reuse programs.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • environmental-protection

AB1395

Codifies California’s goal to reach carbon neutrality by 2045.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • workers-rights

AB257

Establishes a Fast Food Sector Council to set industry wide standards on wages, working hours, and other working conditions.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • immigration

AB937

Protects those deemed eligible for prison release from being transferred to immigration detention.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

AB292

Limits disruptions to rehabilitative programming in prisons by prioritizing incarcerated persons for similar programs when transferred to a new facility.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • economic-justice
  • health

SB510

Ensures that anyone who wants a COVID-19 test or vaccine can get one without paying extra out-of-pocket costs.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

AB333

Reduces the list of crimes that can accompany gang enhancements and separates gang allegations from underlying charges at trial.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

SB81

Provides guidelines to judges on the use of sentence enhancements, which have been disproportionately applied to people of color and those suffering from mental illness.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • gun-violence-prevention
  • racial-justice

AB481

Requires law enforcement agencies to receive approval from their governing bodies before acquiring military equipment.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

SB483

Provides resentencing hearings for anyone currently serving a sentence made up of certain (now eliminated) sentencing enhancements.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

SB73

Stops mandatory minimum sentences for non-violent offenders of drug crimes, and replaces with paths to rehabilitation, probation and treatment.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • workers-rights

SB357

Repeals “loitering for purpose of prostitution” law, which results in profiling and harassment of sex workers.

Oppose
floor_votes 2021
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

SB731

Expunges or seals most criminal records for those who have completed their sentences.

Oppose
committee_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.

Oppose
committee_votes 2020
  • environmental-justice
  • environmental-protection

AB345

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

Oppose
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.

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • environmental-justice
  • environmental-protection

AB345

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

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • voting-rights

AB646

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

Oppose
committee_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • economic-justice
  • racial-justice
  • workers-rights

AB2147

Allows former inmates who served on fire crews while incarcerated to pursue career in firefighting.

Oppose
committee_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

AB2342

Gives people on parole greater ability to reduce the length of their parole through good behavior.

Oppose
committee_votes 2020
  • racial-justice
  • voting-rights

ACA5

Sends affirmative action to voters as a ballot measure.

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • health

AB2037

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

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • environmental-protection

AB3030

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

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • workers-rights

AB1947

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

Oppose
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.

Oppose
committee_votes 2020

SB1175

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

Oppose
committee_votes 2020
  • workers-rights

SB1383

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

Oppose
committee_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • lgbtq-rights

SB145

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

Oppose
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.

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • gender-equality
  • workers-rights

SB973

Requires employers to file an annual equal pay report.

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • housing

SB1190

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

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • gun-violence-prevention
  • racial-justice

AB1185

Allows counties to establish Sheriff's Department oversight boards.

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • criminal-justice
  • racial-justice

AB2542

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

Oppose
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.

Oppose
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
  • economic-justice
  • workers-rights

AB3216

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

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • health
  • workers-rights

AB890

Allows nurse practitioners in California to work without physician supervision.

Support
floor_votes 2020

SB1175

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

Oppose
floor_votes 2020
  • workers-rights

SB1383

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

Oppose
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

Corporate Money

Type Amount
Real Estate $37,000
Oil & Gas $44,000
Cops $70,100
Health Insurance $16,800

2021 Score Card Grades from Partners

Partner Score
ACLU
35
Equality CA
40
Health Access
42
Planned Parenthood
33
Sierra Club
0
United Domestic Workers
56
United Food & Commercial Workers Western States Council
64
NARAL
39
California Food and Farming Network
33
Dream Alliance
16
CA Environmental Justice Alliance
8
California Environmental Voters
0

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