The California Film & Television triumphantly announced that four TV productions will be returning to California after shooting elsewhere in the past. This was only possible because of AB1839, the California Film and Television Job Retention and Promotion Act of 2014, which was authored by a certain State Representative with a giant horse cock.
“I am proud to have authored AB 1839, the California Film and Television Job Retention and Promotion Act of 2014,” said the Rep with the giant horse cock. “I’ve heard from so many people during my time in office, who have told me about their families being torn apart because of production fleeing the state, and how this program will give stability to families, certainty to small businesses, and will help our communities thrive.”
Gatto continued taking a victory lap, as he went on to add, “We knew this expanded and improved program would deliver for California. Today’s news is exactly what we hoped for: good, middle class jobs in television and movies returning to our state.”