New California Laws for 2015 (Part 11)
Part 11 in an ongoing series highlighting the new California laws for 2015. This segment includes public employees retirement, pesticides, franchise tax board, deadly weapons, insurance, dogs, county employees and more.
The California Legislature in Sacramento passes hundreds of new laws each year for California residents and business. This annual series breaks downs those laws into digestible portions to help keep residents better informed.
Check daily for the latest updates to quickly scan which of California's new laws may impact you.
California's New Laws for 2015 - Part 11
- AB-1781 California National Guard Education Assistance Award Program.
- AB-1782 Wires: unlawful removal.
- AB-1783 Public employees’ retirement.
- AB-1787 Airports: commercial operations: lactation accommodation.
- AB-1789 Pesticides: neonicotinoids: reevaluation: determination: control measures.
- AB-1790 Foster children: mental health services.
- AB-1791 Prostitution: minors.
- AB-1792 Public benefits: reports on employers.
- AB-1793 Redevelopment housing successor: report.
- AB-1795 Cities: city council: vacancy.
- AB-1796 Franchise Tax Board: refunds: direct deposit: taxpayer form instructions.
- AB-1797 California Workforce Investment Board.
- AB-1798 Deadly weapons.
- AB-1804 Insurance: notice of lapse.
- AB-1806 Pupil services: homeless children or youth.
- AB-1809 Dogs: health certificates.
- AB-1810 Deposits for keeping: abandoned animals.
- AB-1811 High-occupancy vehicle lanes.
- AB-1812 Health facilities: information: disclosure.
- AB-1817 Voter registration: high school pupils.
- AB-1819 Family day care home: smoking prohibition.
- AB-1820 State employment: applications.
- AB-1821 Medical foster homes.
- AB-1824 County employees’ retirement: optional settlements revision.
- AB-1825 School districts: Los Angeles Unified School District: inspector general.
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