Monday, April 22, 2024

California bill to ban use of non-disclosure agreements in lawmaking process faces uncertain path

A proposal to prohibit the use of non-disclosure agreements during legislative negotiations in California has officially been written into a bill but faces uncertainty over whether it will move forward with a key legislative deadline approaching.

Republican Assemblymember Vince Fong on Thursday officially amended AB 2654 to ban lobbyists, lawmakers, and other government officials from signing, requesting or drafting NDAs in the drafting, negotiation, discussion, or creation of proposed state laws. A violation would result in a misdemeanor penalty.


  1. Not sure if I'm reading that right but looks like NDAs have been used by state in passing legislation. What the what?!?
    How did that shit even get started to begin with? Never mind...stupid question.
    Make Tar and Feathering Great Again

  2. Q- "How did that shit get stated?"
    A- Gavin Newson and the SEIU.

    Biden said he's the most pro-union pResident in American history, but if the Golden Boy takes over he'll make Biden look like a piker.

  3. Sounds like transparency is out the window. Just sign this NDA and nobody will know what you thought.


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