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Sacramento, Calif.- Part 21 in New California Laws for 2022. This installment includes detention facilities, telecom outages, environmental advertising, protective orders, end of life, and more.

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California Laws 2022 – Part 21

SB-331 Settlement and nondisparagement agreements.
SB-332 Civil liability: prescribed burning operations: gross negligence.
SB-333 San Joaquin Regional Transit District: procurement.
SB-334 Detention facilities: contracts.
SB-336 Public health: COVID-19.
SB-338 Joint and several liability of port drayage motor carrier customers: health and safety violations: prior offenders: liability owed to the state.
SB-339 Vehicles: road usage charge pilot program.
SB-341 Telecommunications service: outages.
SB-343 Environmental advertising: recycling symbol: recyclability: products and packaging.
SB-347 Urban forestry: California Community and Neighborhood Tree Voluntary Tax Contribution Fund.
SB-352 The military: sexual harassment.
SB-353 Hospice: services to seriously ill patients.
SB-354 Public social services.
SB-360 Consumer Credit Reporting Agencies Act: escrow agent rating services and escrow agents.
SB-362 Chain community pharmacies: quotas.
SB-363 Educational equity: government instruction conferences.
SB-366 Automobile dismantling: task force.
SB-368 Health care coverage: deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses.
SB-369 Flood control: Yolo Bypass Cache Slough Partnership Multibenefit Program.
SB-372 Medium- and heavy-duty fleet purchasing assistance program: zero-emission vehicles.
SB-374 Protective orders: reproductive coercion.
SB-378 Local government: broadband infrastructure development project permit processing: microtrenching permit processing ordinance.
SB-380 End of life.
SB-381 Surplus residential property: priorities, procedures, price, and fund: City of South Pasadena.
SB-383 Juveniles: informal supervision: deferred entry of judgment.
SB-386 Tied-house restrictions: advertising: mixed-use district.
SB-389 Alcoholic beverages: retail on-sale license: off-sale privileges.
SB-390 Employment Development Department: recession plan.
SB-391 Common interest developments: emergency powers and procedures.
SB-392 Common interest developments: document delivery.

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