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Assembly Bill 1663, a bill that would revise procedures of the conservatorship process, passed unanimously in the Assembly Judiciary Committee on March 15.

AB 1663, introduced by Assemblymember Brian Maienschein (D-San Diego) on Jan. 19, would require the Judicial Council to establish a conservatorship-alternatives program within each superior court as a means to avoid conservatorships. The program would identify less restrictive alternatives to conservatorships, including supported decision making. 

Along with the conservatorship-alternatives program, the Judicial Council would also be required to establish and staff a Supported Decisionmaking Technical Assistance Program, which would provide support, education and technical assistance to adults with

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