SACRAMENTO — Two days after overwhelmingly rejecting the 2017 State Bar dues bill, the state Assembly on Thursday approved a heavily amended replacement that stops short of mandating de-unification but shifts power to a board dominated by non-lawyers.

Bill author Assemblyman Mark Stone, D-Scotts Valley, submitted 26 pages of amendments to his colleagues in a last-ditch effort to push the dues legislation off the Assembly floor before Friday’s procedural deadline. Assembly members responded with a 75-0 vote, although some said they want the bill to go farther.