Currently SB822 provides stronger protections than SB460. See link:
https://gizmodo.com/california-senators ... 1826869811
If SB 460 is approved next week, it doesn’t necessarily mean that SB 822, the stronger bill, won’t be. Instead, the bills would likely be stitched together later this summer. Should that happen, it is likely that key net neutrality protections would be weeded out in the process, leaving behind a watered down bill that has no hope of actually preserving net neutrality.
Whether SB 460 passes largely comes down to a small group of Democrats: Assemblymembers Miguel Santiago, Rob Bonta (who coauthored the bill), Sabrina Cervantes, Eduardo Garcia, Chris Holden, Sydney Kamlager-Dove, Evan Low, Sharon Quirk-Silva, and Freddie Rodriguez. Net neutrality groups contend the legislators are under immense lobbying pressure from companies like AT&T, which wield enormous political influence in the state.
If one of these Assemblymembers represents your district, try and contact them and convince them side with consumers rather than big corporations.