New California Laws for 2016 (Part 1)
Roseville, CA- Part 1 in our annual series highlighting California laws for the new year of 2016. This segment includes the drought, computer crimes, search warrants, California Racial Mascots Act, financial aid, elections and more.
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California's New Laws for 2016 - Part 1
- AB 1 - Drought: local governments: fines.
- AB 2 - Allows some disadvantaged areas of California to create a new entity, the Community Revitalization
- AB 3 - Isla Vista Community Services District.
- AB 7 - Public schools: Larry Itliong Day.
- AB 8 - Emergency services: hit-and-run incidents.
- AB 15 - Limitation of actions: human rights abuses.
- AB 25 - Financial aid: Cal Grant program: renewal.
- AB 28 - Bicycle safety: rear lights.
- AB 30 - School or athletic team names: California Racial Mascots Act.
- AB 32 - Computer crimes.
- AB 39 - Search warrants: electronic submission.
- AB 40 - Toll bridges: pedestrians and bicycles.
- AB 44 - Elections: statewide recounts.
- AB 53 - Vehicles: child safety seats.
- AB 57 - Telecommunications: wireless telecommunication facilities.
- AB 60 - Immigration services.
- AB 69 - Peace officers: body-worn cameras.
- AB 71 - Criminal justice: reporting.
- AB 81 - Hospitals: seismic safety.
- AB 87 - Jurors: peremptory challenge.
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