2019 May Revise Budget Actions

The Governor will do the May Revision on May 9th

So May 15 will be to late for the actions. The dates and times are changing. We will update this page as we get them confirmed. The IE and LA dates and times are accurate.

HHS Network and California Partnership are hosting May Revise Budget Actions across the state. We are calling on Governor Newsom renew his commitment "ensure California residents have universal access to healthcare, regardless of their ability to pay, pre-existing conditions, or immigration status." The Governor will release the May Revision to his proposed 2018-19 State Budget. The May Revision will include updated revenue estimates on California’s large budget surplus. The Legislative Annalist Office states that "Even after taking into account the state’s various constitutional spending requirements, caseload growth, and inflation, we project the state to have more than $20 billion in discretionary resources—also referred to as a surplus—in the coming budget year." With the government reports of historic lows in unemployment and record highs in the stock market, we are calling on our governor and our representatives to:

  • End the unconstitutional money bail system in California that leaves tens of thousands of people languishing in jails each year before they are convicted of any crime because they cannot afford to get out of jail. Punishment of people for being poor must end.
  • Provide social services, healthcare (including mental health), bridge housing, and permanent supportive housing for California's homeless.
  • Ensure California leads the way on a plan to guarantee quality healthcare for everyone financed through a single-payer model like Medicare.
  • Ensure California residents have universal access to healthcare, regardless of their ability to pay, pre-existing conditions, or immigration status.
  • Our diverse coalition of service providers, unions, non-profits, and community based organizations are coming together in unity and solidarity calling for greater investment in California’s health and human services to strengthen the safety net for marginalized and low-income communities.


    Los Angeles
    May 10th 11:30 pm
    300 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

    San Jose
    12:00 pm
    70 W Hedding St, San Jose, CA 95110

    Inland Empire
    May 9th 12:00 pm
    3737 Main Street Riverside, CA 92501

    #Health4All #MentalHealth #Housing #IHSS #SSI #Childcare #LivingWages #ChildCare #CalEITC

    Legislative Annalist Office: https://lao.ca.gov/Publications/Report/4003