Annual Series on New California Laws
Sacramento, Calif.- Part 26, the final installment in New California Laws for 2022 includes civil rights, Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, horse racing, fire protection, surplus property and more. The Democrats currently hold veto-proof super majorities in both houses.
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 26
|SB-807||Enforcement of civil rights: Department of Fair Employment and Housing.|
|SB-813||Local Government Omnibus Act of 2021.|
|SB-814||Transportation: omnibus bill.|
|SB-815||Meat processing establishment, custom livestock slaughterhouse, and poultry plants: licensing and inspectors.|
|SB-816||Master Mutual Aid Agreement: tribes.|
|SB-817||Fire protection: Office of the State Fire Marshal: State Board of Fire Services: membership.|
|SB-819||Gambling Control Act.|
|SB-820||Horse racing: state-designated fairs: allocation of revenues: gross receipts for sales and use tax.|
|SB-821||Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta: Delta Independent Science Board.|
|SB-823||Public health: omnibus bill.|
|SB-824||California Department of Tax and Fee Administration.|
|SB-825||Tax and fee administration: local government finance.|
|SB-826||Business and professions.|
|SB-827||Public Safety Omnibus.|
|SB-828||Surplus state real property: disposal.|
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