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Governor Will deliver a statewide television address...

Times Staff Writer

Governor Will deliver a statewide television address at 5 p.m. Thursday to outline major elements of the $35.3-billion 1985-86 state budget.

Will be keynote speaker for the American Legion’s state convention in San Diego on Friday.

Assembly Floor Action:

Interstate Banking: Approved and sent to the Senate on 42-31 vote a bill (AB 1492) by Assemblyman Charles M. Calderon (D-Alhambra) to authorize out-of-state bank holding companies and their subsidiaries to acquire ownership or control of state-chartered banks in California under certain conditions.

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Surrogate Parents: Defeated on a 37-36 vote a bill (AB 1707) by Assemblywoman Jean M. Duffy (D-Citrus Heights) to set up a contracting process for childless couples who wish to use surrogate services, such as artificial insemination or an ovum transplant, in order to become parents. Forty-one votes were required for passage.

Senate Floor Action:

Hazardous Waste: Approved and sent to the Assembly on a 33-0 vote a bill (SB 470) by Senate President Pro Tem David A. Roberti (D-Los Angeles). The bill sets certain conditions that must be met for disposal of liquid hazardous waste after Jan. 1, 1987, and for land disposal of any type of untreated hazardous waste after Jan. 1, 1989.

Deficiency Appropriations: Approved and sent to the governor on a 33-2 vote a bill (AB 1304) by Assemblyman John Vasconcellos (D-Santa Clara) to appropriate $453 million to meet actual expenditures exceeding the original amount budgeted for the current fiscal year. The largest single sum, $115 million, would go help pay bills of local schools.

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Miscellany Bang, Bang, You’re a Winner: Sen. H. L. Richardson (R-Glendora) is scheduled to host a 10th anniversary celebration in Sacramento on July 10 for his Gun Owners of California, a group that has contributed a lot of money to conservative Republican political candidates over the years. The invitation says the door prize will be a semiautomatic rifle that would be “potentially illegal” under a pending Assembly bill. It is a Ruger Mini-14, both a hunting gun and a weapon used by some peace officers, worth $219. The press and all members of the Legislature have been invited to attend the event.


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