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New California Laws for 2014 (Part 25)





Part 25 of new California laws for 2014 includes sex crimes, human trafficking, courts, corrections, Medi-Cal, school finance, Mental Health Wellness Act  and more.

The California Legislature passes numerous laws each year for California residents and business and this series breaks downs those laws into digestible portions to help keep residents better informed. Readers can stop by and quickly scan a segment of new laws to learn what may impact them. Links to the legislature's full text of each new law will be also be included.

California's New Laws for 2014 - Part 25

  • SB 0054 Ch. 795 Hazardous materials management: stationary sources: skilled and trained workforce.
  • SB 0057 Ch. 776 Electronic monitoring: removing or disabling GPS device: offense.
  • SB 0059 Ch. 282 * Crimes: sex crimes.
  • SB 0060 Ch. 147 Crime victims: human trafficking.
  • SB 0067 Ch. 4 * In-home supportive services.
  • SB 0068 Ch. 5 * Budget Act of 2012.
  • SB 0071 Ch. 28 * State government.
  • SB 0073 Ch. 29 * Energy: Proposition 39 implementation.
  • SB 0074 Ch. 30 * Corrections.
  • SB 0075 Ch. 31 * Courts.
  • SB 0076 Ch. 32 * Public safety.
  • SB 0078 Ch. 33 * Public health: Medi-Cal managed care plan taxes.
  • SB 0082 Ch. 34 * Investment in Mental Health Wellness Act of 2013.
  • SB 0085 Ch. 35 * Transportation.
  • SB 0089 Ch. 36 * Budget Act of 2012: augmentation.
  • SB 0090 Ch. 70 * Economic development: taxation: credits:exemption.
  • SB 0091 Ch. 49 * School finance.
  • SB 0094 Ch. 37 * Medi-Cal: managed care: long-term services and supports: in-home supportive services.
  • SB 0096 Ch. 356 * Budget Act of 2013: public resources.
  • SB 0097 Ch. 357 * School finance: local control funding formula.

(Laws marked with an * went into effect prior to 2014.)

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