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Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, is the author of SB 1144, one bill in the Senate’s legislative package, which is aimed at tightening regulations to help stop the sale of stolen goods online.

Thankfully, California has quality, the kind of women that don’t just fight to win, but fight for change.

Senate Bill 1212, by Senate Housing Committee Chair Nancy Skinner, a Berkeley Democrat, would go a step further. It would ban institutional investors from “purchasing, acquiring, or leasing” a single-family home or duplex for any reason. 

For Sen. Nancy Skinner (D-Oakland) the effort to ensure college athletes are fairly compensated for their hard-earned stardom in competition is still game on.

Among those bills is SB 1144, authored by Sen. Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley), which will tighten regulations to help prevent stolen goods from being sold online.

Last week California State Senator Nancy Skinner introduced SB 1212, which prohibit an investment entity from purchasing, acquiring, or leasing a single-family home or duplex.

State Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, whose landmark legislation in 2019 paved the way for college athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness (NIL), has waded into those turbulent waters once again.