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Sacramento, Calif.- Part 17 in New California Laws for 2022 continues with California Senate Bills passed into law. This installment includes housing crisis act, student health, wine tasting rooms, elections, domestic violence, short term rental ordinance and more.

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

California Laws 2022 – Part 17

SB-4 Communications: California Advanced Services Fund.
SB-7 Environmental quality: Jobs and Economic Improvement Through Environmental Leadership Act of 2021.
SB-8 Housing Crisis Act of 2019.
SB-9 Housing development: approvals.
SB-10 Planning and zoning: housing development: density.
SB-11 The California FAIR Plan Association: basic property insurance: exclusions.
SB-13 Local agency services: contracts: Counties of Napa and San Bernardino.
SB-14 Pupil health: school employee and pupil training: excused absences: youth mental and behavioral health.
SB-16 Peace officers: release of records.
SB-19 Winegrowers: tasting rooms.
SB-23 Disorderly conduct: distribution of intimate images: statute of limitations.
SB-24 Domestic violence: protective orders: information pertaining to a child.
SB-26 Collegiate athletics: student athlete compensation and representation.
SB-27 Carbon sequestration: state goals: natural and working lands: registry of projects.
SB-28 Digital Infrastructure and Video Competition Act of 2006: deployment data.
SB-29 Elections: vote by mail ballots.
SB-35 Elections.
SB-41 Privacy: genetic testing companies.
SB-44 California Environmental Quality Act: streamlined judicial review: environmental leadership transit projects.
SB-47 Oil and gas: hazardous and idle-deserted wells and production facilities: expenditure limitations: updated reports.
SB-48 Medi-Cal: annual cognitive health assessment.
SB-51 Surplus residential property.
SB-52 State of emergency: local emergency: planned power outage.
SB-60 Residential short-term rental ordinances: health or safety infractions: maximum fines.
SB-62 Employment: garment manufacturing.
SB-63 Fire prevention: vegetation management: public education: grants: defensible space: fire hazard severity zones.
SB-65 Maternal care and services.
SB-68 Building electrification and electric vehicle charging.
SB-69 North Coast Railroad Authority: Great Redwood Trail Agency: rail rights-of-way: Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District.
SB-71 Infractions: community service: education programs.

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