[linux-elitists] [Anthony.Tannehill@asm.ca.gov: AB 1668]

Cyrus Mack bytesfree@bytesfree.org
Wed Apr 11 08:10:55 PDT 2007

Dear fellow (California) elitists,

(thanks to a few friends who told me about this list - you know who you 

Please consider writing your local Assemblymember to urge them to 
support California AB 1668. The Committee on Jobs, Economic Development 
and the Economy will hold a hearing on April 17 to discuss AB 1668 and 
some other "sunshine law" bills.

If you don't know who your assemblymember is, I'm putting together some 
handy info at http://www.bytesfree.org/

-Cyrus Mack

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Subject: AB 1668
From: "Tannehill, Anthony" <Anthony.Tannehill@asm.ca.gov>
To: bytesfree@yalesf.org
X-OriginalArrivalTime: 10 Apr 2007 16:36:15.0661 (UTC) FILETIME=[5BA745D0:01C77B8E]

Mr. Mack, 


AB 1668 (Leno) addressing open-document software is on the agenda to be
heard in the Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy on
Tuesday April 17th.


The Assemblymember is still reviewing the measure.


Anthony J. Tannehill

Legislative Director

Office of Assemblyman Jim Silva

State Capitol Room 3147

Sacramento, CA 95814


FAX: 916-319-2166



From: Cyrus Mack [mailto:bytesfree@yalesf.org] 

Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 12:59 AM

To: bytesfree@bytesfree.org

Subject: AB 1668


Dear Assemblymember,


It has come to my attention that AB 1668 


will be heard by the Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the 

Economy on April 17. Please confirm if this is true.


Also, I'm trying to determine the chances of the bill to make it out of 

the committee. If you could please indicate whether you oppose or 

support the bill at this time, that would be helpful. 



Cyrus Mack

constituent of district 21


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