Meanwhile Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, the La Cañada/Flintridge Democrat whose feud with Assembly Speaker John Pérez over issues of budgetary discipline created the focus on Assembly office spending records (and the access denied to them), on Thursday introduced a bill that would repeal the Legislative Open Records Act and replace it with the much tougher transparency standard imposed on the executive branch, local government and even, by and large, the courts’ business records—the California Public Records Act.