New California Laws for 2015 (Part 23)
Part 23 in an ongoing series highlighting the new California laws for 2015. This segment includes; autism: employment, peace officers, name changes for minors, drugs, motion pictures, taxes, juveniles: sex offenses, discharge of prisoners, criminal law 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 23
- SB-502 University of California: bidding requirements.
- SB-505 Peace officers: welfare checks: firearms.
- SB-508 Medi-Cal: eligibility.
- SB-545 Name change: minors.
- SB-556 Providers of health and safety labor or services: identification.
- SB-577 Autism and other developmental disabilities: employment.
- SB-578 Behavioral sciences: records retention.
- SB-600 Drugs.
- SB-605 Short-lived climate pollutants.
- SB-611 Modified limousines: inspection program: safety requirements.
- SB-614 Local government: jurisdictional changes: infrastructure financing.
- SB-628 Enhanced infrastructure financing districts.
- SB-636 Public Utilities Commission: proceedings.
- SB-650 Motion pictures.
- SB-673 County employees’ retirement: Contra Costa County.
- SB-674 California Environmental Quality Act: exemption: residential infill projects.
- SB-699 Public utilities: electrical corporations.
- SB-702 Criminal law: badges: impersonation.
- SB-712 Hazardous waste facility: permitting: interim status.
- SB-718 Capital investment incentive programs: corporation tax credit: new advanced strategic aircraft program.
- SB-721 Horse racing.
- SB-722 California Mexican American Veterans’ Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Fund: extension of operation.
- SB-761 Personal income taxes: voluntary contributions: School Supplies for Homeless Children Fund.
- SB-777 Horse racing: workers’ compensation.
- SB-782 Income taxes: voluntary contributions: California Sexual Violence Victim Services Fund.
- SB-785 Design-build.
- SB-798 Income taxes: credits: contributions to education funds.
- SB-803 Local government: counties: consolidation of offices.
- SB-827 Local government: Los Angeles County: notice of recordation.
- SB-828 Assistance to federal agencies.
- SB-829 Local government: City of Escalon: sale of property.
- SB-833 Jails: discharge of prisoners.
- SB-838 Juveniles: sex offenses.
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