New California Laws for 2015 (Final Installment)
The final installment of our series highlighting the new California laws for 2015. Part 33 includes dentist fees, water management, controlled substances, health care coverage, child welfare, property taxes 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.
California's New Laws for 2015 - Part 33
- SB-1416 Dentistry: fees.
- SB-1417 Emergency Management Assistance Compact.
- SB-1420 Water management: urban water management plans.
- SB-1422 Military courts: sexual assault: courts-martial.
- SB-1424 State property: tidelands transfer: City of Martinez.
- SB-1430 Malicious mischief: airport property: transportation services.
- SB-1433 Local Agency Public Construction Act: transit design-build contracts.
- SB-1434 Funding of fish and wildlife programs: State Duck Stamp Account advisory committee.
- SB-1438 Controlled substances: opioid antagonists.
- SB-1440 Veterans’ homes: fees and charges.
- SB-1441 Political Reform Act of 1974: contributions.
- SB-1445 Developmental services: regional centers: individual program plans: telehealth.
- SB-1446 Health care coverage: small employer market.
- SB-1454 Department of Fish and Wildlife: enforcement: patrol vehicle mounted video and audio systems.
- SB-1457 Medical care: electronic treatment authorization requests.
- SB-1458 Hazardous substances.
- SB-1459 Mortgage loan originators: educational requirements.
- SB-1460 Child welfare.
- SB-1461 Public safety.
- SB-1462 Local government: omnibus bill.
- SB-1463 California Health Facilities Financing Authority.
- SB-1464 Property taxation.
- SB-1465 Health.
- SB-1466 Health care professionals.
- SB-1467 Professions and vocations.
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