California Resolution to Commend Narconon

California Legislature Resolution to commending Narconon in 1974


By Assemblymen Frank Holoman, 65th District; Richard Alatorre, 48th District; Dixon Arnett, 26th District; Carlos Bee, 13th District; Robert G. Beverly, 46th District; Doug Carter, 12th District; Peter R. Chacon, 79th District; Mike Cullen, 44th District; Julian Dixon, 63rd District; John F: Dunlap, 5th District; Assemblywoman March K. Fong, 15th District; Assemblymen Alex P. Garcia, 40th District; Raymond Gonzales, 28th District; Leroy F. Greene, 3rd District; Richard D. Hayden, 22nd District; Ray E. Johnson, 4th District; Jim Keysor, 41st District; Ken MacDonald, 37th District; Bob McLennan, 38th District; Ken Meade, 16th District; Bob Moretti, 42nd District; Louis J. Papan, 27th District; and Bob Wood, 34th District

Senators Dennis E. Carpenter, 34th District; Alfred E. Alquist, 13th District; Ruben S. Ayala, 20th District; Peter H. Behr, 4th District; Clare L. Berryhill, 3rd District; Clark L. Bradley, 14th District; William E. Coombs, 20th District; Lou Cusanovich, 23rd District; Ralph C. Dills, 32nd District; Mervyn M. Dy mally, 29th District; Fred W. Marler, Jr., 2nd District; James R. Mills, 40th District; Nicholas C. Petris, 11th District; David A. Roberti, 27th District; Albert S. Rodda, 5th District; Alfred H. Song, 28th District; Lawrence E. Walsh, 30th District; and James E. Whetmore, 35th District


WHEREAS, Narconon has been operating as a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the reduction of crime and drug/alcohol abuse in the State of California since 1972; and

WHEREAS, During this time, Narconon has taken the initiative to provide service to inmates of the Department of Corrections at various institutions within the state; and

WHEREAS, Narconon has also provided service to wards of the state in Youth Authority facilities; and

WHEREAS, Narconon has provided its services to the communities of Los Angeles, Berkeley, Palo Alto, San Jose, Redwood City, and Sacramento; and

WHEREAS, As a result of these services, persons who participate in Narconon programs in these institutions have been shown to have a marked decrease in disciplinary infractions while inside the institutions and a high degree of nonrecidivism when released on parole; and

WHEREAS, Narconon has developed a means of detoxifying drug-dependent persons with a marked reduction in the discomfort normally associated with this process, without medication or drug-substitution; and

WHEREAS, Narconon has developed a reputation for being well staffed, well organized, dedicated, and cooperative with the state’s agencies with which Narconon works; now, therefore, be it

Resolved by the Joint Rules Committee of the Senate and the Assembly, That the Members hereby commend and congratulate Narconon for its successful and effective salvaging of persons who have become involved in criminal or drug/alcohol abuse; and be it further

Resolved, That a suitably prepared copy of this resolution be transmitted to Narconon.

Resolution No. 129
Approved by the Joint Rules Committee

Subscribed this 15th day of July, 1974

James R. Mills, Chairman
Senate Rules Committee

Ed Reinecke
President of the Senate

Leon Ralph, Chairman
Assembly Rules Committee

Leo T. McCarthy
Speaker of the Assembly

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