New California Laws for 2015 (Part 18)
Part 18 in an ongoing series highlighting the new California laws for 2015. This segment includes; child labor protection, local agency funds, substances abuse, parole, student loans, public contracts 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 18
- AB-2288 Child Labor Protection Act of 2014.
- AB-2289 Business filings.
- AB-2292 Infrastructure financing districts: broadband.
- AB-2293 Transportation network companies: insurance coverage.
- AB-2295 Community colleges: academic employees.
- AB-2298 Local agency funds.
- AB-2300 Firearms: Prohibited Armed Persons File.
- AB-2306 Constructive invasion of privacy: liability.
- AB-2308 Prisoners: identification cards.
- AB-2309 Controlled substances: possession: deferred entry of judgment.
- AB-2310 Unlawful detainer: nuisance: unlawful weapons and ammunition.
- AB-2312 Metal theft.
- AB-2317 Execution: sale of property.
- AB-2320 Political Reform Act of 1974: campaign funds.
- AB-2321 Specialized license plates: domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking awareness.
- AB-2324 Trustees of the California State University: faculty member of the board.
- AB-2344 Family law: parentage.
- AB-2347 Insurance policies.
- AB-2350 Postsecondary education: Equity in Higher Education Act: prevention of pregnancy discrimination.
- AB-2351 Political party qualification.
- AB-2355 Local agencies: streets and highways: recycled materials.
- AB-2357 Parole: consideration of an inmate’s military service.
- AB-2363 Electricity procurement.
- AB-2364 State amphibian: California red-legged frog.
- AB-2365 Contracts: unlawful contracts.
- AB-2369 Elections: voter-requested recounts.
- AB-2370 Court interpreters.
- AB-2374 Substance abuse: recovery and treatment services.
- AB-2376 State construction projects: insurance.
- AB-2377 Student loans: California Student Loan Refinancing Program.
- AB-2379 Abuse of elders and dependent adults: multidisciplinary teams.
- AB-2382 CalWORKs: eligibility: truancy.
- AB-2386 Care facilities: carbon monoxide detectors.
- AB-2387 Public contracts.
- AB-2389 Local government: capital investment incentive programs: corporation tax credits: qualified wages: new advanced strategic aircraft program.
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