California-Laws

Roseville, CA – New California laws for 2017.  Our annual series follows the list of laws were chaptered in California during the 2015-2016 session. For complete details and to learn the effective date of each law simply follow the respective link to the California State Legislature.  Check back daily for the latest California’s new laws may impact you or your business.

Part 1 includes racial mascots, immigration, tobacco, marijuana, search warrants, mental health and much more.

New California Laws 2017 – Part 1

  • ABX-1 – Drought: local governments: fines.
  • ABX2-1 – Developmental services: Medi-Cal: funding.
  • AB-2 – Community revitalization authority.
  • AB-3 – Isla Vista Community Services District.
  • AB-7 – Public schools: Larry Itliong Day.
  • ABX2-7 – Smoking in the workplace.
  • AB-8 – Emergency services: hit-and-run incidents.
  • ABX2-9 – Tobacco use programs.
  • ABX2-11 – Cigarette and tobacco product licensing: fees and funding.
  • AB-15 – Limitation of actions: human rights abuses.
  • ABX2-15 – End of life.
  • AB-21 – Medical marijuana: cultivation licenses.
  • AB-25 – Financial aid: Cal Grant program: renewal.
  • AB-30 – School or athletic team names: California Racial Mascots Act.
  • AB-32 – Computer crimes.
  • AB-33 – Electrical corporations: energy storage systems: long duration bulk energy storage resources.
  • AB-38 – Mental health: Early Diagnosis and Preventive Treatment Program.
  • AB-39 – Search warrants: electronic submission.
  • AB-40 – Toll bridges: pedestrians and bicycles.
  • AB-44 – Elections: statewide recounts.
  • AB-51 – Vehicles: motorcycles: lane splitting.
  • AB-53 – Vehicles: child safety seats.
  • AB-54 – Disability access: construction-related accessibility claims: demand letters.
  • AB-57 – Telecommunications: wireless telecommunication facilities.
  • AB-59 – Mental health services: assisted outpatient treatment.
  • AB-60 – Immigration services.
  • AB-69 – Peace officers: body-worn cameras.
  • AB-71 – Criminal justice: reporting.
  • AB-72 – Health care coverage: out-of-network coverage.
  • AB-73 – Real property: disclosure.
  • AB-81 – Hospitals: seismic safety.
  • AB-87 – Jurors: peremptory challenge
  • Staff Report