California-Laws

Roseville, CA – 101 New California laws for 2017.  Part 17 includes income tax, state militia, oils spills, parole, healthcare, PERS, Medi-Cal, Global Warming  and much more.

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New California Laws 2017 – Part 17

  • AB-2900 – Income taxation: credits: California Competes Tax Credit Committee: GO-Biz.
  • AB-2904 – State real property: disposition.
  • AB-2906 – Transportation: omnibus bill.
  • AB-2907 – Financial institutions and services: regulation.
  • AB-2908 – Postsecondary education: omnibus.
  • AB-2910 – Local government: organization: omnibus bill.
  • AB-2911 – Voting: voter information guides.
  • AB-2912 – Oil spills.
  • AB-2913 – Alcoholic beverages: licensees: craft distillers: tied-house restrictions.
  • AB-2914 – Gaming: Indian Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust Fund.
  • AB-2915 – Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
  • SBX2-2 – Medi-Cal: managed care organization tax.
  • SB-3 – Minimum wage: in-home supportive services: paid sick days.
  • SB-4 – Health care coverage: immigration status.
  • SBX2-5 – Electronic cigarettes.
  • SB-6 – Parole: medical parole: compassionate release.
  • SB-7 – Housing: water meters: multiunit structures.
  • SBX2-7 – Tobacco products: minimum legal age.
  • SB-9 – Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund: Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program.
  • SB-10 – Health care coverage: immigration status.
  • SB-11 – Peace officer training: mental health.
  • SB-13 – Groundwater.
  • SB-14 – Sexual battery: consent defense: minorÕs sexual conduct.
  • SB-17 – California Sea Otter Fund.
  • SB-19 – Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment form: electronic registry pilot.
  • SB-21 – Political Reform Act of 1974: gifts of travel.
  • SB-24 – California Public EmployeesÕ Pension Reform Act of 2013: joint powers authority: employees.
  • SB-27 – Livestock: use of antimicrobial drugs.
  • SB-28 – Spousal support factors: domestic violence.
  • SB-29 – Peace officer training: mental health.
  • SB-32 – California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: emissions limit.
  • SB-34 – Automated license plate recognition systems: use of data.
  • SB-35 – Income and corporation taxes: deductions: disaster relief.
  • SB-36 – Medi-Cal: demonstration project.
  • SB-37 – Kings River East Groundwater Sustainability Agency Act.
  • SB-43 – Health care coverage: essential health benefits.
  • SB-61 – Driving under the influence: ignition interlock device.
  • SB-62 – Public Utilities Commission: Office of the Safety Advocate.
  • SB-63 – Seaport infrastructure financing districts.
  • SB-64 – California Transportation Plan.
  • SB-65 – Food labeling: olive oil.
  • SB-66 – Career technical education.
  • SB-68 – Minor or nonminor dependent parents: reunification services.
  • SB-75 – Health.
  • SB-78 – Education finance: local control funding formula.
  • SB-79 – Human services.
  • SB-80 – Personal income taxes: earned income credit.
  • SB-81 – Postsecondary education: budget.
  • SB-82 – Developmental Services.
  • SB-83 – Public Resources.
  • SB-84 – State government.
  • SB-85 – Public safety.
  • SB-88 – Water.
  • SB-93 – Budget Act of 2015.
  • SB-95 – State employees: memorandum of understanding.
  • SB-97 – Budget Act of 2015.
  • SB-98 – State government.
  • SB-99 – State public employment.
  • SB-101 – Budget Act of 2015.
  • SB-102 – State government.
  • SB-103 – Education finance.
  • SB-107 – Local government.
  • SB-111 – School facilities: military installations.
  • SB-122 – California Environmental Quality Act: record of proceedings.
  • SB-125 – Health care coverage.
    • SB-134 – State Bar of California: Interest on LawyersÕ Trust Accounts: escheated funds: Public Interest Attorney Loan Repayment Program.
    • SB-137 – Health care coverage: provider directories.
    • SB-139 – Controlled substances.
    • SB-141 – Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation, and Conservation District Act: land grants, acquisitions, and dispositions.
    • SB-144 – Water development projects: Sacramento-San Joaquin watersheds.
    • SB-145 – Robert F. Kennedy Farm Workers Medical Plan.
    • SB-146 – Real estate licensees: fictitious business names: team names.
    • SB-147 – Federally qualified health centers.
    • SB-148 – School districts: reorganization: local control funding formula.
    • SB-150 – Personal Income Tax Law: exclusion: student loan debt forgiveness.
    • SB-161 – Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act.
    • SB-162 – Treated wood waste.
    • SB-165 – Production or cultivation of a controlled substance: civil penalties.
    • SB-172 – Pupil testing: high school exit examination: suspension.
    • SB-176 – Examining children as witnesses.
    • SB-177 – Alarm companies: limited liability companies.
    • SB-178 – Privacy: electronic communications: search warrant.
    • SB-181 – Validations.
    • SB-182 – Validations.
    • SB-183 – Validations.
    • SB-184 – Local government: omnibus bill.
    • SB-185 – Public retirement systems: public divestiture of thermal coal companies.
    • SB-186 – Community college districts: removal, suspension, or expulsion.
    • SB-187 – Tribal-gaming: compact ratification.
    • SB-188 – Municipal utility district: utility charges: delinquencies.
    • SB-193 – The state militia.
    • SB-196 – Elder abuse: protective orders.
    • SB-197 – Finance lenders: commercial loan: referral.
    • SB-200 – Pupils: school district residency requirements.
    • SB-204 – State parks.
    • SB-208 – Integrated regional water management plans: grants: advanced payment.
    • SB-209 – Surface mining: financial assurances: reclamation plans.
    • SB-210 – Special education: deaf and hard-of-hearing children: language developmental milestones.
    • SB-212 – Controlled substances: factors in aggravation.
    • SB-215 – Public Utilities Commission.
    • SB-216 – The Public EmployeesÕ Retirement System.
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