California-Laws

Roseville, CA – New California laws for 2017.  Part 10 includes racial profiling, employment discrimination, voter registration, parent/ child relationship, concealed firearm licenses and more.

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New California Laws 2017 – Part 10

  • AB-923 – Respiratory care practitioners.
  • AB-924 – Personal income tax: voluntary contributions: State ChildrenÕs Trust Fund.
  • AB-929 – Pen registers: authorized use.
  • AB-935 – Water projects.
  • AB-939 – Groundwater sustainability agencies.
  • AB-940 – Clinical laboratories.
  • AB-941 – Clinics: licensure and regulation: exemption.
  • AB-949 – Physical education: competition cheer.
  • AB-950 – Firearms: gun violence restraining orders.
  • AB-951 – Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District.
  • AB-952 – Local government: vacancies.
  • AB-953 – Law enforcement: racial profiling.
  • AB-958 – Agriculture: California Avocado Commission: California Salmon Council.
  • AB-959 – Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Disparities Reduction Act.
  • AB-960 – Parentage: assisted reproduction.
  • AB-963 – TeachersÕ Retirement Law.
  • AB-964 – Civil law: privacy.
  • AB-965 – California and Mexico border: water resources improvement.
  • AB-970 – Labor Commissioner: enforcement of employee claims.
  • AB-982 – Child care and development: eligibility: homeless children.
  • AB-985 – Sierra Nevada Conservancy.
  • AB-987 – Employment discrimination: unlawful employment practices.
  • AB-989 – Juveniles: sealing of records.
  • AB-990 – Political Reform Act of 1974: advertisement disclosures.
  • AB-991 – State teachersÕ retirement.
  • AB-992 – County Employees Retirement Law of 1937: disability retirement: modification of allowance.
  • AB-998 – Civil law: libel: damages.
  • AB-999 – Mobilehomes: disposal.
  • AB-1000 – California State University: student success fees.
  • AB-1001 – Child abuse: reporting: foster family agencies.
  • AB-1002 – Civil actions: interpreter costs.
  • AB-1004 – California Tahoe Conservancy.
  • AB-1005 – California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act: market development payments.
  • AB-1008 – Public utilities: sale of hydrogen to public as a motor vehicle fuel.
  • AB-1012 – Pupil instruction: course periods without educational content.
  • AB-1014 – Education finance: Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Fund: Learning Communities for School Success Program.
  • AB-1015 – Parking: car share vehicles.
  • AB-1016 – Public postsecondary education: Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act.
  • AB-1020 – Elections: voter registration.
  • AB-1024 – Driving schools.
  • AB-1028 – Judicial officers: oaths and affirmations.
  • AB-1032 – Diesel Fuel Tax Law: reimbursements.
  • AB-1033 – Economic impact assessment: small business definition.
  • AB-1034 – Surface mining: reclamation plans: renewable energy generation facility.
  • AB-1036 – Notaries public: acceptance of identification.
  • AB-1039 – Fertilizing materials: violations: administrative penalty: filing of final judgment.
  • AB-1045 – Organic waste: composting.
  • AB-1049 – Parent and child relationship.
  • AB-1056 – Second Chance Program.
  • AB-1058 – Pupil safety: child abuse prevention: training.
  • AB-1059 – California Communities Environmental Health Screening.
  • AB-1064 – Education finance: indirect cost rates.
  • AB-1066 – Agricultural workers: wages, hours, and working conditions.
  • AB-1067 – Foster children: rights.
  • AB-1069 – Prescription drugs: collection and distribution program.
  • AB-1071 – Supplemental environmental projects.
  • AB-1072 – Insurance: firefightersÕ or police officersÕ benefit and relief associations.
  • AB-1073 – Pharmacy: prescription drug labels.
  • AB-1075 – Hazardous waste: enforcement.
  • AB-1077 – Mutual water companies: open meetings.
  • AB-1081 – Protective orders.
  • AB-1083 – Political Reform Act of 1974: local enforcement.
  • AB-1085 – Personal representatives: conservators and attorneys-in-fact.
  • AB-1089 – Coachella Mountains Conservancy.
  • AB-1091 – Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • AB-1093 – Public safety: supervised population workforce training: grant program.
  • AB-1095 – Salton Sea: restoration projects.
  • AB-1096 – Vehicles: electric bicycles.
  • AB-1097 – Alarm companies: electronic transactions.
  • AB-1100 – Ballot initiatives: filing fees.
  • AB-1101 – Pupil school enrollment: residency requirements: policy on investigations.
  • AB-1103 – Solid waste disposal: self-haulers.
  • AB-1104 – Search warrants.
  • AB-1107 – Sellers of travel: regulation.
  • AB-1110 – Greenhouse gases emissions intensity reporting: retail electricity suppliers.
  • AB-1113 – Check Sellers, Bill Payers and Proraters Law.
  • AB-1114 – Medi-Cal: pharmacist services.
  • AB-1115 – School zones: state highways.
  • AB-1116 – Connected televisions.
  • AB-1119 – Public utilities: municipal corporations: rights of way.
  • AB-1124 – WorkersÕ compensation: prescription medication formulary.
  • AB-1129 – Emergency medical services: data and information system.
  • AB-1130 – Clinics: licensing: hours of operation.
  • AB-1131 – Insurance: electronic transmission.
  • AB-1134 – Firearms: concealed firearm licenses.
  • AB-1135 – Firearms: assault weapons.
  • AB-1140 – Crime victims.
  • AB-1141 – Civil actions.
  • AB-1142 – Mining and geology: surface mining.
  • AB-1146 – Skateboard parks.
  • AB-1147 – Health facilities: pediatric day health and respite care facilities.
  • AB-1148 – Republican county central committees: Placer County.
  • AB-1149 – Public health emergencies: funding.
  • AB-1150 – Energy: University of California and California State University partnership.
  • AB-1151 – Parking violations: penalties.
  • AB-1156 – Imprisonment in county jail.
  • AB-1157 – Property taxation: certificated aircraft assessment.
  • AB-1163 – Health care service plans and health insurers: solicitors and life agents: notice of contract changes.
  • AB-1164 – Water conservation: drought tolerant landscaping.
  • AB-1166 – Pupils in foster care: pupils who are homeless children or youth: school transfer: exemption from local graduation requirements.
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