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Senator Dave Min Sends First Bill to Governor’s Office

Senator Dave Min Sends First Bill to Governor’s Office

SB 308 modernizes the unclaimed property process

SACRAMENTO, CA — Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) today announced his first bill advanced out of the State Assembly, paving its way to the Governor’s desk for a signature. Senate Bill (SB) 308, which modernizes California’s unclaimed property process, received widespread, bipartisan support in the other house.

“I thank my Assembly colleagues for supporting this good governance measure which will help so many Californians access their unclaimed property,” Min said. “SB 308 expands the use of electronic funds transfer in the unclaimed property remittance process, which is safer, more reliable and more efficient than processing paper checks. I’m proud this bill brings our government up to date with the technological changes we’ve seen in the 21st century.”

SB 308 received unanimous consent from the State Assembly and heads next to the Governor’s office.


Dave Min represents California State Senate District 37, which is located in Orange County and includes the communities of Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Foothill Ranch, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Laguna Beach, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Newport Beach, Orange, Tustin, and Villa Park.

Dave was a University of California Irvine law professor and a former economic policy staffer in the United States Senate and for the Center for American Progress. He began his legal career at the Securities and Exchange Commission to protect the retirement security of seniors, turning down high paying jobs to serve the public interest. Dave and his wife Jane live and work in Irvine, where they are raising their three young children.