Oh, the ‘suspense’: California housing bills in legislative limbo
The clock is ticking for a number of CAA-backed housing-supply and homelessness bills.
After returning from their summer recess this week, lawmakers placed each of the proposals outlined below on suspense file, meaning the legislation has been set aside so it can be considered for its financial impact on the state and may or may not get another hearing before the year is through.
The California Apartment Association urges lawmakers to quickly move the following bills out of suspense and back on the path toward Gov. Newsom’s desk. The deadline for legislators to approve bills this year is Sept. 12, so there’s no time to waste.