New California Laws for 2015 (Part 13)
Part 13 in an ongoing series highlighting the new California laws for 2015. This segment includes; beer coupons, water rights, victims of sex crimes public health records, community colleges, tribal gambling, CalFresh, child care, birth certificates, Armenian Genocide education 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 as we unpack them all. Quickly scan which of California's new laws may impact you.
California's New Laws for 2015 - Part 13
- AB-1888 Documentary transfer tax: document for recordation: amount of tax due shown on separate paper.
- AB-1896 Coachella Valley Water District: nonpotable water use.
- AB-1897 Labor contracting: client liability.
- AB-1898 Public health records: reporting: HIV/AIDS.
- AB-1899 Residential care facilities for the elderly.
- AB-1900 Victims of sex crimes: testimony: video recording.
- AB-1905 Water rights: appropriation: small domestic, small irrigation, and livestock stockpond use.
- AB-1906 Community college property: direct costs for use.
- AB-1907 Use fuel tax: natural gas: gallon equivalent.
- AB-1912 Pupil instruction: history-social science framework: election of President Barack Obama.
- AB-1915 Pupil instruction: social sciences: Armenian Genocide.
- AB-1916 Tribal Gaming.
- AB-1920 Board of State and Community Corrections.
- AB-1928 Alcoholic beverages: coupons: beer.
- AB-1929 California Housing Finance Agency: MHSA funding: special needs housing for person with mental illness.
- AB-1930 CalFresh: student eligibility.
- AB-1932 Appellate court decisions.
- AB-1933 Local government: investments.
- AB-1937 Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act of 2011: school and hospital notification of nonemergency excavation or construction of gas pipelines.
- AB-1939 Public works: prevailing wages: contractor’s costs.
- AB-1942 Community colleges: accreditation.
- AB-1943 Tidelands: City of Eureka.
- AB-1944 Child care: administration: preferred placement of children of 11 or 12 years of age.
- AB-1945 Enforcement of money judgments: exemptions.
- AB-1951 Vital records: birth certificates.
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