The Los Angeles Times has reported that the California Legislature and the activists behind the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 have reached a tentative deal for the withdrawal of the privacy measure primed for the November ballot. In exchange for the withdrawal of the Ballot Initiative, Democrats in the California Legislature have proposed a new consumer privacy bill.

The deal is contingent on the swift passage of the legislation in both state houses and the signed approval by the Governor. California’s November Ballot must be set by June 28—so we should expect a resolution by then.