A new California Senate bill aims to change the rules of future recall petitions in the state as Gov. Gavin Newsom faces a potential ousting. S.B. 663 would give recall subjects like Newsom access to the names and information of those who sign petitions calling for their removal from office, though the bill would not impact the current recall against the governor. It would also extend the time period by which voters can remove their names from recall petitions to 45 days after the petition is filed; current law states that voters can only remove names one day prior to filing.