19374Calling All State of California Licensed Investigations - CALI Leg Day 2014 - YOU ARE WELCOME
- Mar 1, 2014Fellow California State Licensed Investigators,
Time is running out to register for Leg Day 2014. It's FREE for all members
so why not register TODAY. If you are new to CALI or have never been to
Legislative Day, make this year the first time. You will not forget your
involvement in this event! CALI's Legislative Day is a STAND OUT ALONE
event in the association's Legislative Advocacy program. A program with your
best interest in mind.
Join your CALI colleagues in a fun and rewarding day at the State Capitol in
Sacramento during CALI's our Campaign for CALI lobbying day on Monday,
March 17, 2014. You and your Colleagues will be addressing issues which
protect you, your business and your future.
Why YOU should participate!
1. You will be able to meet personally with the staff and your Assembly
and Senate leaders in their offices. Those you have elected. Meetings will
be schedule with them knowing that they will be speaking with you! They are
2. You will be able to plant your personal prospective on the 2014
legislative measures of importance to you, your business and your future.
3. You will be able to establish connections with your elected
officials as a constituent from their district, this benefit you for many
years to come. Relationship is the KEY to success!
4. You will receive briefings from legislators Democrat and Republican
legislators, to speak to us and interact with us during both the morning and
5. You will hear BSIS Chief Laura Alarcon, she has a plan and wants to
hear what you have to say.
6. THE EVENT IS FREE TO ATTEND FOR MEMBERS AND ONLY $50.00 FOR
NON-MEMBERS. It is underwritten by the association, CALI Districts,
individuals, fellow investigative firms and corporate sponsorships.
How important is this EVENT?
By the time that this year's event takes place our Legislative Committee and
Lobbyist Jerry Desmond, Jr. will have reviewed over 1,500 new legislative
bill proposals that have yet to be introduced, and each year we identify a
number of these bills to be key bills that CALI members lobby for or against
on Leg Day.
Already this last year CALI has been engaged and watching legislative
To provide individuals with comprehensive control over the use of
personally identifying information, and would prohibit businesses from
gathering and selling information from publicly-displayed license plates on
To prohibit over-zealous paparazzi activities protect legitimate
Ongoing efforts with legislators to continue to be instrumental in
holding The State Compensation Insurance Funds feet to the fire in
maintaining strong oversight of its Vendor Management Program so that
licensed investigators in the State of California can continue to provide
quality investigation services that are so vital to the states workers
compensation program and fighting insurance fraud.
legislation the association sponsored that was enacted into law to
provide licensed private investigators with access to gated communities to
Legislation the association worked on that would have eliminated the
state requirement that local government meetings be open to the public.
preserving the ability of State Licensed Investigators to utilize
pretexting as a tool.
preventing exemptions from the state licensure requirements for
facilitating the adoption of regulations providing the state with
new tools to fight unlicensed activities.
stopping legislation that would have eliminated the integrity of the
fees licensed private investigators pay the state.
PLEASE, join your colleagues and leaders as we storm the Capitol and make
the issues IMPORTANT to State Licensed Investigators, IMPORTANT to our
C. W. Sellers
C.A.L.I. East Bay District Director 2010-Current
The Sellers Investigative Group
"Truth Revealed by Professionals
CA PI 25415
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