Governor Vetoes Two California Bills that Would Have Affected Background Checks

In the September, 2008 issue of the ESR Newsletter, readers were alerted to two bills in California that would have affected background checks.  Both bills were vetoed by Governor Schwarzenegger.

  • AB 2918 would have severely restricted the use of employment credit reports.
  • AB 3063 would have amended California law on the usage of criminal records.

For a copy of the Governor’s veto message, please contact Jared Callahan at 415-898-0044 or by e-mail at