John F. DunlapDemocratic
Born: September 11, 1922 in San Jose, CA
Married: Janet L. Jack (in 1946)
Children: Jill Bonner, David Anderson, Peter Trask, Jane Hamilton
Family: Great grandson of Nathan Coombs, Grandson of Frank L. Coombs, nephew of Nathan F. Coombs
Military Service: ARMY (WWII)
1950-1961: Member, Mt. George Union School District Board of Trustees
1964-1966: Chairman, Napa County Mental Health Advisory Board
1978-1984: Member, Worker's Compensation Appeals Board
- On his website, Dunlap commented "The worst aspect of over-promising is that it results in public disillusionment when your solutions fall short of their mark and with disillusion comes an unwillingness to keep trying."
- LEGISLATION: The Dunlap Act (1969) required that new coastal development dedicate trails granting public access to the ocean.
- LEGISLATION: The Alatorre-Zenovich-Dunlap-Berman Agricultural Labor Relations Act of 1975 establishing the right to collective bargaining for farmworkers as well as the creation of the state's Agricultural Labor Relations Board.
- Supreme Court Decision: In June 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a provision in a law authored by Dunlap, SB 3x1 (1975), was unconstitutional. The law, which allowed labor unions to access agricultural employer’s property to recruit new members, was found to violate the fifth and fourteenth amendments. (Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, 20-107)
Source: California Blue Book (1967), (1971)