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January 2013: 873 NEW CA state laws for you to trip over

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

It’s 2013!  To celebrate, below is a list of 873 NEW California laws that (in most cases) took effect on 1 January.  Good luck not violating any of these.

According to one pundit, nationwide, in 2012 about 40,000 new state laws were put in place…

http://investmentwatchblog.com/2012-new-laws-take-effect-40000-of-them/

Imagine you are a nationwide business — try to get your arms around that.  And remember, these are only the NEW laws.

How many TOTAL California state laws are there?  No clue.  Google was no help.  I suspect no one knows — as many laws modify (and often expand) previous laws.

And of course, the 50 state legislative cumulative total starts to generate the same headache we experience trying to grasp infinity.

Oh, I forgot.  What about all those county and city laws?  Uh oh.

And, of course, the rogue elephant trampling on our rights — all those federal laws.

Previously I’ve written about how we are all criminals.  With this many laws (many of which are vague or contradictory), how could you NOT be a criminal?

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http://www.californiality.com/2010/12/new-california-laws-2011.html

New California Laws 2013

New California laws for 2013 are now in effect.  What are the 873 new California laws that went into effect on January 1, 2013?

Let’s see what is legal and illegal in 2013 while examining the very long list of new California laws signed by Governor Jerry Brown.

The following 873 new California laws are now in effect unless specified otherwise.

List of New California Laws 2013
Assembly Bills Signed Into Law 
  • AB 16 - High-Speed Rail Authority.  Sets a policy for the High-Speed Rail Authority to encourage purchasing high-speed train rolling stock and equipment manufactured in California consistent with federal and state law and continued investment in California businesses.
  • AB 40 - Elder and dependent adult abuse, reporting.
  • AB 41 - High-Speed Rail Authority, conflicts of interest, disqualification.
  • AB 45 - Charter-party carriers of passengers, alcoholic beverages, open containers.  Requires that bus and limousine drivers be held responsible for telling all underage passengers that drinking alcohol is illegal. If alcohol is being transported in a bus or limousine with underage passengers on board, a person at least 25 years old must be on board to guarantee there is no underage consumption.
  • AB 53 - Insurers, procurement contracts, minority/women/disabled veteran business enterprises.  Requires major California Insurance industry insurers to encourage greater economic opportunities for women, minority, and disabled-veteran business enterprises by reporting data to the Insurance Commissioner.
  • AB 57 - Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
  • AB 102 - Budget.  Contains necessary statutory changes to achieve savings assumed in the 2011 Budget Act for the Department ofHealth Care Services (DHCS), Department of Mental Health (DMH), Department of Public Health (DPH), and the Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board (MRMIB).
  • AB 103 - Budget.  State cash resources.
  • AB 106 - Budget.  Makes statutory changes necessary to implement human services-related portions of the 2011 Budget Act.
  • AB 112 - Budget.  Contains necessary statutory and technical changes in the area of state government in order to enact modifications to the 2010 Budget Act.
  • AB 119 - Budget.  Contains necessary statutory and technical changes to implement changes to the 2011 Budget Act.
  • AB 137 - Health care coverage, mammographies.
  • AB 146 - State Air Resources Board, membership.
  • AB 174 - Office of Systems Integration, California Health and Human Services Automation Fund.
  • AB 178 - State teachers’ retirement.
  • AB 197 - Public employees’ retirement.
  • AB 216 - Voters, residency confirmation.
  • AB 232 - Community Development Block Grant Program, funds.
  • AB 233 - Personal income taxes, voluntary contributions, California YMCA Youth and Government Fund.
  • AB 252 - Alcoholic beverage control, licensees.
  • AB 276 - Central Coast Hospital Authority.
  • AB 278 - California Homeowner Bill of Rights.  Halts the “abusive tactics” of loan servicers and protects struggling homeowners who are trying, in good faith, to renegotiate their mortgages.
  • AB 296 - Department of Transportation, paving materials.
  • AB 317 - Mobile homes.
  • AB 318 - Franchise Tax Board, administration, penalties, legal holiday.
  • AB 324 - Juvenile offenders, recall of commitment.
  • AB 340 - Pension Reform Law.  Requires current state employees and all new public employees to pay for at least 50 percent of their pensions and establishes this as the norm for all public workers in California.  Eliminates state-imposed barriers that have prevented local governments from increasing employee contributions.  Bans abusive practices used to enhance pension payouts.
  • AB 342 - Office of Planning and Research.  Designates the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) to serve as the state liaison with the United States Department of Defense.
  • AB 367 - Board of Behavioral Sciences, reporting.
  • AB 374 - Funeral directors and embalmers.
  • AB 377 - Pharmacy.
  • AB 389 - Bleeding disorders.
  • AB 391 - Secondhand dealers and pawnbrokers, electronic reporting.
  • AB 401 - School safety.  Carl Washington School Safety and Violence Prevention Act.
  • AB 432 - Transit, Sacramento County.
  • AB 439 - Health care information.
  • AB 441 - Transportation planning.
  • AB 472 - Controlled substances, overdose, punishment.
  • AB 480 - Insurance, solid waste facilities.
  • AB 481 - Political Reform Act of 1974, campaign disclosure.
  • AB 482 - Ventura Port District, dredging contracts.
  • AB 491 - General acute care hospitals, cardiac catheterization.
  • AB 492 - Public transportation agencies, administrative penalties.
  • AB 510 - Radiation control, health facilities and clinics, records.
  • AB 511 - Aeronautics, meteorological towers.
  • AB 517 - Ratifies the compact for the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria.
  • AB 523 - Ethanol, Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program.
  • AB 526 - Delinquency and gang intervention and prevention grants, evidence-based principles and practices.
  • AB 549 - Recycling, electronic waste.
  • AB 573 - Alcoholic beverages, tied-house restrictions.
  • AB 578 - Public utilities, natural gas pipelines, safety.
  • AB 589 - Medical school scholarships.
  • AB 593 - Domestic violence, battering, recall and resentencing.
  • AB 610 - Vehicles, specialized license plates, Veterinary Medical Board.
  • AB 633 - California State University, acquisition or replacement of motor vehicles.
  • AB 644 - Schools, average daily attendance, online instruction.
  • AB 685 - State water policy.
  • AB 733 - Pupil records, privacy rights.
  • AB 737 - Boating and Waterways, Harbors and Watercraft Commission.
  • AB 744 - Intellectual Property.
  • AB 761 - Optometrists.
  • AB 787 - Tribal-state gaming compacts.
  • AB 792 - Health care coverage, California Health Benefit Exchange.
  • AB 794 - Local education facility bonds, anticipation notes.
  • AB 801 - Illegal dumping enforcement officers and code enforcement officers.
  • AB 805 - Common interest developments.
  • AB 806 - Common interest developments.
  • AB 812 - Solid waste, recycled asphalt.
  • AB 819 - Bikeways.
  • AB 837 - Solid waste, plastic products.
  • AB 838 - Charter-party carriers of passengers, reports.
  • AB 843 - State Board of Equalization, non-monetized bullion and numismatic coins, adjustment date.
  • AB 845 - Solid waste, place of origin.
  • AB 861 - Public Utilities Act, remedies for violation, gas and electrical corporation executive officer compensation incentives.
  • AB 880 - Ecological reserves, Mirage Trail.
  • AB 890 - Environment, CEQA exemption, roadway improvement.
  • AB 907 - Processors of farm products.
  • AB 929 - Debtor exemptions, bankruptcy.
  • AB 969 - Medi-Cal, clinical laboratory and laboratory services.
  • AB 970 - University of California and California State University, system-wide student fees.
  • AB 999 - Long-term care insurance.
  • AB 1019 - State government.
  • AB 1047 - Vehicles, motorcycle safety.
  • AB 1073 - Energy, solar thermal power plants, conversion to solar photovoltaic technology.
  • AB 1083 - Health care coverage.
  • AB 1126 - Transaction and use tax, rate.
  • AB 1162 - Wildlife, poaching.
  • AB 1165 - Domestic violence, probation, terms.
  • AB 1181 - Weights and measures.
  • AB 1199 - School bonds, citizens’ oversight committee.
  • AB 1200 - Elections, central committees.
  • AB 1203 - Public school employee organizations, unelected members, paid leaves of absence.
  • AB 1217 - Surrogacy agreements.
  • AB 1224 - Veterans, veterans’ farm and home purchases.  Authorizes the Department of Veterans Affairs to adopt implementing regulations necessary to allow financing of cooperative dwelling units.
  • AB 1225 - Cemeteries, veteran’s commemorative property.
  • AB 1246 - Instructional materials.
  • AB 1248 - Local public employees’ retirement, City of San Diego.
  • AB 1253 - Counties, recommended budget.
  • AB 1266 - Vehicles, recreational off-highway vehicles.
  • AB 1277 - Sherman Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Law.
  • AB 1301 - Retail tobacco sales, STAKE Act.
  • AB 1320 - Alcoholic beverages, licenses.
  • AB 1325 - Business filings, fictitious business name statements.
  • AB 1337 - Parent and child relationship.
  • AB 1345 - Local government, audits.
  • AB 1354 - Civil procedure, discovery, objections.
  • AB 1359 - Public social services, CalFresh.
  • AB 1404 - Vehicles, additional registration fees, vehicle-theft crimes.
  • AB 1406 - Dissolution of marriage, proceedings.
  • AB 1413 - Elections.
  • AB 1422 - Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012, submission to voters.
  • AB 1427 - Food facilities, sanitization.
  • AB 1432 - Crimes.
  • AB 1434 - Child abuse reporting, mandated reporters.
  • AB 1435 - Child abuse reporting, athletic personnel.
  • AB 1436 - Allows same-day voter registration, giving Californians the right to vote with a provisional ballot if the conditional voter registration is deemed effective. Same-day registration will be permitted once the Secretary of State certifies California’s new statewide voter database, VoteCal.
  • AB 1442 - Pharmaceutical waste. 
  • AB 1443 - Home furnishings, inspections, reimbursement
  • AB 1445 - Jails, county inmate welfare funds.
  • AB 1446 - Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, transactions and use tax.
  • AB 1447 - Automobile sales finance, sellers.
  • AB 1451 - High school athletics, California High School Coaching Education and Training Program.
  • AB 1452 - Vehicles, child passenger restraints.  Adds a requirement to the existing Booster Seat Law that parents be notified about where, and at no cost, the child passenger restraint system can be inspected and proper installation instruction can be given.
  • AB 1453 - California Health Care Coverage Law.  Defines exactly what essential health benefits are provided at the state level, clarifying the broad language of the Obamacare federal health care law.  Law effective January 1, 2014.  ReadCalifornia Health Care Coverage Law for more.
  • AB 1456 - Gas corporations, safety performance metrics, rate incentive program.
  • AB 1458 - California Transportation Commission.
  • AB 1459 - The Atmospheric Acidity Protection Act of 1988.
  • AB 1460 - California Commission on Industrial Innovation.
  • AB 1464 - Budget.  2012-13 Budget.
  • AB 1465 - Budget.  Transportation.
  • AB 1467 - Budget.  Health.
  • AB 1468 - Health.
  • AB 1470 - Budget.  Mental health, State Department of State Hospitals.
  • AB 1471 - Human services.
  • AB 1472 - Budget.  Developmental services.
  • AB 1477 - Budget.  Budget Act of 2012.
  • AB 1478 - State Parks, finances.
  • AB 1481 - Public safety.
  • AB 1484 - Budget.  Community redevelopment.
  • AB 1485 - Budget.  Budget Act of 2011, augmentation.
  • AB 1486 - California Environmental Quality Act, exemption, Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System.
  • AB 1487 - State government, state funds.
  • AB 1488 - State Department of State Hospitals.
  • AB 1489 - Budget.  Public health, Medi-Cal, nursing facilities.
  • AB 1492 - California timber industry.  Protects thousands of jobs by eliminating regulatory fees on California companies, allowing extra time to harvest timber and preventing excessive civil liability for wildfires.
  • AB 1494 - Budget.  Healthy Families Program, Medi-Cal, program transition, expansion.
  • AB 1496 - Budget.  Criminal justice realignment.
  • AB 1497 - Budget.  Budget Act of 2012.
  • AB 1498 - Department of Technology, state contracts, information technology goods and services acquisition.
  • AB 1499 - Budget.  Elections, ballot order for statewide measures.
  • AB 1502 - Budget.  Budget Act of 2012, augmentation.
  • AB 1505 - Department of Veterans Affairs, veterans’ benefits, reinstatement.  Reinstates state veterans benefits that were denied solely on the basis of sexual orientation when the federal government first reinstates those benefits.
  • AB 1508 - Junk dealers and recyclers, nonferrous materials.
  • AB 1509 - Political Reform Act of 1974, statement of economic interests.
  • AB 1511 - Real property, disclosures, transmission pipelines.
  • AB 1517 - Public contracts, information technology goods and services.
  • AB 1518 - Weighmasters, automated weighing systems.
  • AB 1519 - County employee retirement boards.
  • AB 1521 - Standardized Testing and Reporting Program, academic achievement, assessment instrument.  Allows English speaking pupils enrolled in a dual immersion program to take the primary language assessment.
  • AB 1522 - Family law, monetary awards.
  • AB 1524 - Commercial air carriers, hot air balloons.
  • AB 1525 - Elder or dependent adult financial abuse, money transmission agents, training materials.
  • AB 1526 - California Major Risk Medical Insurance Program.
  • AB 1527 - Firearms.  Long gun open carry ban.  Prohibits open carry of unloaded long guns, such as rifles and shotguns, in public places.
  • AB 1529 - Trial courts, restructuring and bail forfeiture.
  • AB 1531 - State claims.
  • AB 1532 - California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.
  • AB 1533 - Medicine, trainees, international medical graduates.
  • AB 1534 - Vehicles, dealers, used vehicle sales, labeling requirements.
  • AB 1536 - Vehicles, electronic wireless communications, prohibitions.  Allows drivers to dictate, send or listen to text-based communications while driving as long as they do so using technology designed and configured to allow fully voice-operated, hands-free operation.
  • AB 1540 - Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, invasive weeds, South American spongeplant.
  • AB 1548 - Practice of medicine, cosmetic surgery, employment of physicians and surgeons.
  • AB 1550 - Vehicles, veterans’ organizations license plates fees.  Increases the fees required to issue, renew, and personalize specialized veterans’ license plates to fund veterans’ organizations.
  • AB 1551 - Housing.
  • AB 1558 - Liability, flood control and water conservation facilities.
  • AB 1559 - Firearms.  Provides that, beginning January 1, 2014, the Department of Justice will only charge one fee for a single transaction on the same date and time for taking title or possession of any number of firearms. The new law also clarifies the process for issuance of permits for short-barreled rifles used in the motion picture industry.
  • AB 1565 - Public contracts, school districts, bidding requirements. 
  • AB 1566 - Aboveground storage tanks, enforcement.
  • AB 1567 - Firefighting equipment, firefighting endorsement.  
  • AB 1569 - Community mental health services, assisted outpatient treatment.
  • AB 1572 - Service authorities for freeway emergencies, San Diego County.
  • AB 1573 - School attendance, residency requirements, foster children. 
  • AB 1575 - Pupil fees.
  • AB 1578 - Indian Valley Watermaster District.
  • AB 1580 - Health care, eligibility, enrollment.
  • AB 1581 - Advertising, business location representations, floral businesses. 
  • AB 1583 - Bulk merchandise pallets.
  • AB 1585 - Community development. 
  • AB 1588 - Professions and vocations, reservist licensees, fees and continuing education. 
  • AB 1589 - State parks, sustainability and protection.
  • AB 1593 - Parole, intimate partner battering.
  • AB 1595 - Vehicles, recreational off-highway vehicles. 
  • AB 1598 - Public contracts, public works, installation. 
  • AB 1599 - Mortgages and deeds of trust, foreclosure.
  • AB 1600 - Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority. 
  • AB 1606 - Local public employee organizations, impasse procedures. 
  • AB 1612 - Administrative practices. 
  • AB 1614 - Fort Ord Reuse Authority. 
  • AB 1616 - Food safety, cottage food operations.  California Homemade Food Law.  Clears the way for small businesses and individual entrepreneurs to begin selling homemade food products to stores, restaurants and directly to the public.  Read California Homemade Food Law for more.
  • AB 1620 - Hazardous waste, contained gaseous material. 
  • AB 1621 - Physicians and surgeons, prostate cancer. 
  • AB 1623 - Weights and measures, inspection fees. 
  • AB 1624 - Multiple-party accounts. 
  • AB 1626 - Election materials, public examination, writ of mandate, elections official. 
  • AB 1631 - Arbitration, legal representation.
  • AB 1640 - CalWORKs benefits, pregnant mothers. 
  • AB 1642 - County recorder, recordation of documents. 
  • AB 1643 - Public officers, County of Sacramento.
  • AB 1647 - Solid waste, waste tires, enforcement. 
  • AB 1650 - Public utilities, emergency and disaster preparedness. 
  • AB 1652 - California American Portuguese Veterans Memorial. 
  • AB 1654 - Public employment, disqualification from employment. 
  • AB 1656 - San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority.
  • AB 1658 - Vehicles, specialized license plates.
  • AB 1660 - Representation of minors, permits.  Establishes a system to prevent registered sex offenders from representing minors who are performing or seeking to perform in the entertainment industry.  (Commences after the Legislature appropriates the necessary funding from fees that will be established under this bill and included in the 2013-2014 proposed budget.)
  • AB 1662 - County boards of education, members.
  • AB 1663 - Pupil instruction, California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science.  Requests the Regents of the University of California to set a tuition fee for the California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science program.
  • AB 1665 - California Environmental Quality Act, exemption, railroad crossings.
  • AB 1668 - School accountability, academic performance, dropout recovery high schools.  Expands the current definition of a “dropout recovery high school” to help better identify the schools that enroll pupils who have not been enrolled for at least 180 days.
  • AB 1670 - Estates, administration.
  • AB 1672 - Housing-Related Parks Program.
  • AB 1674 - Child custody, visitation.
  • AB 1675 - Farm labor contractors, licenses, civil penalty.
  • AB 1677 - Corporation taxes, filing requirements, tax-exempt organizations.
  • AB 1679 - Landlord-tenant relations, security deposits. 
  • AB 1680 - Dissenting shareholders’ rights. 
  • AB 1683 - Revocable trusts. 
  • AB 1694 - Gas pipeline safety inspections.
  • AB 1699 - Affordable housing.
  • AB 1700 - Property taxation, change in ownership, exclusion, cotenancy interests.
  • AB 1701 - Underground storage tanks, local agencies. 
  • AB 1705 - Pupil assessment, high school exit examination, eligible pupils with disabilities.
  • AB 1706 - Vehicles, transit bus weight.
  • AB 1707 - Child Abuse Central Index. 
  • AB 1708 - Allows California drivers to show proof of active vehicle insurance coverage using a mobile electronic device, such as a smart phone.  Insurers can either offer vehicle policy ID cards electronically or in a paper copy to covered drivers.
  • AB 1710 - Nursing home administrators, fees and fines.
  • AB 1712 - Minors and non-minor dependents, out-of-home placement.
  • AB 1713 - Child abuse reporting. 
  • AB 1715 - Underground storage tanks, tank case closure. 
  • AB 1718 - Real estate broker licenses. 
  • AB 1719 - Supplemental instructional materials, English language development: mathematics. 
  • AB 1720 - Service of process, private investigators.
  • AB 1723 - Postsecondary educational institutions, meetings, live video and audio transmission. 
  • AB 1724 - Voting, polling place procedures. 
  • AB 1727 - Support orders, termination. 
  • AB 1729 - Pupil rights, suspension or expulsion, alternatives and other means of correction.  Clarifies existing law to only allow suspension or expulsion of a student only after other means of correction fail to bring about proper conduct.
  • AB 1731 - Newborn screening program, critical congenital heart disease.
  • AB 1732 - Pupils, suspension or expulsion, bullying, impersonation.
  • AB 1733 - Health.
  • AB 1739 - Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Fund, Veterans’ Home Allied Council, operation of facilities and activities.
  • AB 1743 - Student athletes, scholarships.
  • AB 1744 - Employee compensation, itemized statements.
  • AB 1747 - Life insurance, nonpayment premium lapse, notice.
  • AB 1748 - California Community Colleges, fair market value of leases.
  • AB 1750 - Rainwater Capture Act of 2012.
  • AB 1751 - Child support, access to information.
  • AB 1757 - Family law, adoption.
  • AB 1761 - California Health Benefit Exchange.
  • AB 1770 - California Transportation Financing Authority.
  • AB 1775 - Wage garnishment, exempt earnings.  Raises the amount of wages that are exempt from garnishment.  New law effective July 1, 2013.
  • AB 1776 - State government, Pacific leatherback sea turtle.
  • AB 1777 - Disposition of cremated remains.
  • AB 1779 - Intercity rail agreements.
  • AB 1782 - Weighmasters, exemptions.
  • AB 1783 - Public contracts, small business preferences.
  • AB 1784 - Mountain lions.
  • AB 1793 - Public health, federal funding, public health emergencies.
  • AB 1794 - Unemployment insurance, use of employer reports, reporting and payroll, enforcement.
  • AB 1797 - Mobile Home Park Purchase Fund.
  • AB 1799 - Pupil records, pupil transfers.
  • AB 1801 - Land use, fees.
  • AB 1803 - Medi-Cal, emergency medical conditions.
  • AB 1805 - Military or overseas voters.
  • AB 1806 - Veteran interment, veterans’ remains organizations.
  • AB 1807 - Family law, child custody.
  • AB 1812 - Alcoholic beverages, beer.
  • AB 1817 - Child abuse reporting.
  • AB 1821 - Security personnel, firearm qualification cards.
  • AB 1822 - California Architects Board.
  • AB 1823 - Veterans’ homes, accounting for charges.
  • AB 1824 - Bail.
  • AB 1830 - Water service, mobile home parks.
  • AB 1835 - Sex offenders.
  • AB 1838 - Common interest developments, association records.
  • AB 1839 - Veterinary medicine, veterinary assistants.
  • AB 1842 - California Central Coast State Veterans Cemetery, Endowment Fund.
  • AB 1844 - Social media privacy.  Prohibits employers from demanding user names, passwords or any other information related to social media accounts from employees and job applicants. Employers are banned from discharging or disciplining employees who refuse to divulge such information under the terms of the bill.  This restriction does not apply to passwords or other information used to access employer-issued electronic devices. The new privacy law is not intended to infringe on employers’ existing rights and obligations to investigate workplace misconduct.  Read California Social Media Privacy Law for more.
  • AB 1845 - Unemployment compensation benefits, overpayment assessments, termination, income tax withholding.
  • AB 1846 - Consumer operated and oriented plans.
  • AB 1847 - City of Long Beach, grant of public trust lands.
  • AB 1851 - County, city, and district initiative petitions.
  • AB 1854 - Vehicles, inflatable restraint systems.
  • AB 1855 - Employment, contractors, sufficient funds.
  • AB 1856 - Foster care services, cultural competency.
  • AB 1859 - School facilities, charter schools.
  • AB 1865 - Residential tenancies, eviction, notices.
  • AB 1867 - Health facilities, equipment standards.
  • AB 1869 - Office of Patient Advocate, federal veterans health benefits.
  • AB 1875 - Civil procedure, depositions.
  • AB 1877 - Repossession agencies, exemptions.
  • AB 1886 - Aquaculture.
  • AB 1888 - Vehicles, commercial driver’s licenses, traffic violator school.
  • AB 1890 - Vehicles, toll highways, motorcycles.
  • AB 1896 - Tribal health programs, health care practitioners.
  • AB 1899 - Postsecondary education benefits, crime victims.
  • AB 1904 - Professions and vocations, military spouses, expedited licensure.  Requires boards under the Department of Consumer Affairs to expedite the licensure process for military spouses and domestic partners of military members on active duty in California.
  • AB 1907 - Inmates, psychiatric medication.
  • AB 1908 - Classified employees, notice of layoff.
  • AB 1909 - Foster children, placement, suspension and expulsion, notifications.
  • AB 1915 - Safe routes to school.
  • AB 1916 - State parks, operating agreements, Mount Diablo State Park.
  • AB 1922 - Heavy-duty vehicles, smoke emissions.
  • AB 1925 - Real property, rent control.
  • AB 1927 - Easements, maintenance, arbitration.
  • AB 1928 - Foster homes, residential capacity.
  • AB 1929 - Elections, casting ballots.
  • AB 1930 - Civil service examinations, announcement.
  • AB 1933 - Beverage containers, handling fees, enforcement.
  • AB 1938 - Mobile homes, rental agreements.
  • AB 1950 - Prohibited business practices, enforcement.
  • AB 1951 - Housing bonds.
  • AB 1953 - Rental housing, tenant notice.
  • AB 1955 - Public postsecondary education, campus law enforcement agency and student liaison.
  • AB 1956 - Juvenile offenders, tattoo removal.
  • AB 1960 - State contracts, reports.  Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender businesses.
  • AB 1961 - Coho salmon, habitat.
  • AB 1962 - Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District.
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NOTE:  This just a fraction of the total new laws listed.  Go to the link to see the full depressing list.
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