New California Laws for 2014 (Part 34)
SHARE with Friend
Part 34 in the series of new California laws for 2014 includes sentencing, gambling, pos systems, tax preparers, health care providers 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 34
- SB 0463 Ch. 508 Sentencing.
- SB 0465 Ch. 429 Packaging and labeling: containers: slack fill.
- SB 0468 Ch. 683 Developmental services: statewide Self-Determination Program.
- SB 0470 Ch. 659 Community development: economic opportunity.
- SB 0472 Ch. 760 Gaming: licenses.
- SB 0476 Ch. 347 Insurance: special assessments.
- SB 0482 Ch. 166 Point-of-sale systems.
- SB 0483 Ch. 419 Hazardous materials: business and area plans.
- SB 0484 Ch. 660 Tax preparers.
- SB 0485 Ch. 518 Weighmasters: junk dealers and recyclers.
- SB 0488 Ch. 89 Substandard housing: regulations.
- SB 0490 Ch. 482 Early Assessment Program: common core academic content standards.
- SB 0493 Ch. 469 Pharmacy practice.
- SB 0494 Ch. 684 Health care providers.
- SB 0496 Ch. 781 Improper governmental activity: disclosure: protection.
- SB 0504 Ch. 254 Fruit, nut, and vegetable standards: civil penalties.
- SB 0509 Ch. 10 * Health Benefit Exchange:background checks.
- SB 0510 Ch. 373 Land use: subdivisions: rental mobilehome park conversion.
- SB 0513 Ch. 798 Diversion programs: sealed records.
(Laws marked with an * went into effect prior to 2014.)
Miss a Segment?
Follow the entire series online at New California Laws for 2014
Print This Article
Placer County News HeadlinesWestern Nationals Softball Tournament in Roseville and LincolnASA Softball is bringing the Western Nationals for the Girls B 10U & 12U divisions to the Placer Valley Area. The event is six days long, taking place from July 28-August 3.
Tahoe Public Projects Garner AttentionTahoe Transportation District has been recognized nationally and by the state of Nevada for its positive impacts, collaborative initiatives, environmental enhancement, and service to the community's
Rocklin National Night Out Events August 5thEach community member is invited to join their neighborhood watch group and the Rocklin Police Department for National Night Out on Tuesday, August 5, 2014.
Recovery Plan for California Salmon and SteelheadNOAA Fisheries and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) jointly released two plans to restore populations of salmon and steelhead in California's Central Valley
Rocklin Crime Report Digest Update (7.22.14)The Rocklin Police Department's crime report digest update for the period of July 15, 2014 - July 21, 2014.
Noodles & Company Opening Roseville and Rocklin LocationsNoodles & Company is opening two new locations in Roseville and Rocklin over the next two weeks.
Raley's Wins Telly AwardsRaley's has been awarded an astounding total of 24 Telly Awards in Commercial and Online Video categories
Summer Gas Prices Continue DroppingAverage retail gasoline prices in Sacramento have fallen 4.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.94/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 720 gas outlets
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Offers Solid ValueAlthough the 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander went through a much-needed redesign this year, note that the Sport model only made minor changes.
Family of 5: Saving Big on TV, Internet and PhonesRecently, we decided to reevaluate our Comcast and AT&T services due to the combination of poor customer service and pricing issues.
57 Year Old Sentenced in Mailbox Destruction CaseRichard Lee Gray, 57, of Foresthill, was recently sentenced to one year in prison for destroying U.S. Post Office letter boxes, being a felon in possession of ammunition, and
Traumatic Brain Injury Was DevastatingFour days after getting his driver's license at age 16 in 1975, Todd Bode was coaxed into joining his big brother on a road trip. The hook was that Bode would be allowed to drive.