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Section 9225. (Added by Stats. 1990, Ch. 181, Sec. 1.)
Cite as: Cal. Gov't. Code §9225.

(a) The Joint Rules Committee shall include, in planning the Legislature’s new building to be located at the corner of 10th Street and “N” Street in Sacramento, child care services and limited school age child care services, as prescribed in this subdivision, to be made available to all legislative officers and employees who perform the majority of their work in Sacramento, excluding district office employees, and shall notify these legislative officers and employees about the availability of these services. The child care services shall be made available during regular legislative work hours and, in addition, during extended legislative work hours on weekends and nights. School age child care services shall be available during extended legislative work hours on weekends and nights.

(b)It is the intent of the Legislature that the child care program established by the Joint Rules Committee shall serve as a model program to demonstrate to the private sector the manner in which child care programs should be organized and implemented.

(c)To reimburse, fully or partially, the cost of the child care services and the limited school age child care services, as prescribed in subdivision (a), the Joint Rules Committee shall establish a sliding fee scale based on income of the legislative employees or officers electing to use the child care services or school age child care services, or both. The costs incurred due to the requirements of this article shall be paid from the Senate Operating Fund and the Assembly Operating Fund.

(d)As used in this section:

(1)“Child care services” means nonmedical care to children from infancy to kindergarten who are in need of personal services, supervision, or assistance essential for sustaining the activities of daily living or for protection of the individual on less than a 24-hour basis.

(2)“School age child care services” means nonmedical care to children from kindergarten to age 12 who are in need of personal services, supervision, or assistance essential for sustaining the activities of daily living or for protection of the individual on a less than 24-hour basis.

(e)On or before June 1, 1992, the Senate Committee on Rules and the Assembly Committee on Rules shall consider establishing similar child care programs for district office employees if the committee determines that the program established pursuant to subdivision (a) provides a valuable service.



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