New California Laws for 2015 (Part 22)
Part 22 in an ongoing series highlighting the new California laws for 2015. This segment includes; interstate water rights, public resources, Medi-Cal renewal, wiretapping, drought relief, BB devices,pupil assessment, space flight liability 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 22
- AB-2754 Income taxes: credits: electronic filing: charitable remainder trusts.
- AB-2755 Nonprofit corporations: directors.
- AB-2758 Sales and use taxes: administration: qualified use tax: acceptable tax return.
- AB-2759 Interstate water rights.
- AB-2760 Public utilities: contracting: women, minority, and disabled veteran business enterprises.
- AB-2761 Public Utilities Commission: report: renewable energy resources.
- AB-2762 Local government.
- AB-2763 State government operations.
- AB-2764 Public resources.
- AB-2765 Horse racing: marketing organizations.
- AB-2766 Elections: central committees: oaths.
- SB-18 Medi-Cal renewal.
- SB-20 Individual health care coverage: enrollment periods.
- SB-26 Orange County Water District: land use.
- SB-27 Political Reform Act of 1974.
- SB-29 Vote by mail ballots and election result statements.
- SB-35 Wiretapping: authorization.
- SB-103 Budget Act of 2013.
- SB-104 Drought relief.
- SB-113 Elections: voter registration.
- SB-124 Human remains: Abbot Archimandrite Theodor Micka.
- SB-173 Education funding: adult education.
- SB-174 Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
- SB-193 Hazard evaluation system and information service.
- SB-199 BB devices.
- SB-245 Contracts.
- SB-266 Prevailing wages.
- SB-267 Pupil assessment: high school exit examination: eligible pupils with disabilities.
- SB-268 Health care districts: public contracts: design-build.
- SB-270 Solid waste: single-use carryout bags.
- SB-315 Contractors.
- SB-355 Income taxes: credit: conservation.
- SB-384 California Memorial Scholarship Program.
- SB-396 Public services.
- SB-406 Tribal Court Civil Money Judgment Act.
- SB-415 Space flight liability.
- SB-419 Restitution: collection of fines, fees, and orders.
- SB-434 Public Utilities Commission: removal of a commissioner.
- SB-445 Underground storage tanks: hazardous substances: petroleum: groundwater and surface water contamination.
- SB-469 Vehicles: aerodynamic vehicles.
- SB-477 Foreign labor contractors: registration.
- SB-486 Department of Transportation: goals and performance measures.
- SB-498 Solid waste: biomass conversion.
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