New California Laws

Annual Series on New California Laws

Sacramento, Calif.- Kicking off our annual series of New California Laws 2022 edition. Part 1 in New California laws for 2022 includes police use of force, elections, hate crimes, homeless children and several bills relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For full text details and authorship regarding chaptered laws and the effective dates, please click on the bill number below for access to the California Legislature official releases.


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California Laws 2022 โ€“ Part 1

AB-3 Exhibition of speed on a highway: punishment.
AB-9 Fire safety and prevention: wildfires: fire adapted communities: Office of the State Fire Marshal: community wildfire preparedness and mitigation.
AB-12 Personal information: social security numbers: the Employment Development Department.
AB-14 Communications: California Advanced Services Fund: deaf and disabled telecommunications program: surcharges.
AB-26 Peace officers: use of force.
AB-27 Homeless children and youths and unaccompanied youths: reporting.
AB-33 Energy Conservation Assistance Act of 1979: energy storage systems and electric vehicle charging infrastructure: Native American tribes.
AB-36 Design-build contracting: Town of Paradise
AB-37 Elections: vote by mail ballots.
AB-39 California-China Climate Institute.
AB-41 Broadband infrastructure deployment.
AB-43 Traffic safety.
AB-45 Industrial hemp products.
AB-46 California Youth Empowerment Act.
AB-48 Law enforcement: use of force.
AB-56 Benefits: outgoing mail: claim processing: reporting.
AB-57 Law enforcement: hate crimes.
AB-61 Business pandemic relief.
AB-63 Marine resources: Marine Managed Areas Improvement Act: restoration and monitoring activities.
AB-66 Coastal resources: research: landslides and erosion: early warning system: County of San Diego.
AB-68 Department of Housing and Community Development: California Statewide Housing Plan: annual reports.
AB-72 Environmental protection: coastal adaptation projects: natural infrastructure: regulatory review and permitting: report.
AB-73 Health emergencies: employment safety: agricultural workers: wildfire smoke.
AB-74 Communications: universal service: lifeline program.
AB-80 Taxation: Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act: Federal Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021.
AB-81 COVID-19 relief.
AB-82 COVID-19 pandemic emergency: contact tracing: childcare.
AB-83 Alcoholic beverage control: license renewal fees: waiver.
AB-85 Budget Act of 2020.
AB-86 COVID-19 relief and school reopening, reporting, and public health requirements.

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