Due to the statewide stay-at-home order and guidance on physical distancing, seating for committee hearings will be very limited for press and for the public. All are encouraged to watch our hearing from its live stream on the Senate’s website at https://senate.ca.gov/
We encourage the public to submit written testimony before the hearing through the position letter portal. Please note that any written testimony submitted to the committee is considered public comment and may be read into the record or reprinted.
The Capitol will be open for attendance of committee hearings, but the public is strongly encouraged to participate via the web portal or telephonically.
Information regarding a call-in option for testimony will be made available and updated the night prior to the hearing date.
Please note: In order for your testimony to be heard clearly, you must mute any devices you are using to live
Click here to read the conference report for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Click here to read the JCT score of the conference report for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Click here to read Tax Cuts and Jobs Act policy highlights. Click here to see the real world impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Click here to see the section-by-section addendum post-Senate passage. Click here to read thesection-by-section of the Finance Committee-passed bill. A look at the Finance Committee’s history in the tax space may be found here.
April 20, 2018: Tax Day 2018: The End of an Era
Senate Finance Committee Members took the opportunity to talk about the benefits of the nation’s new, 21st century tax code that prioritizes the middle class, job creation, higher wages and economic growth.