New California Laws for 2016 (Part 18)
New California laws for 2016, part 18 in a daily series. This segment includes public health emergencies, water conservation, imprisonment in county jail, police training, child abuse reporting, Quimby Act and more.
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California's New Laws for 2016 - Part 18
- AB 1149 - Public health emergencies: funding.
- AB 1150 - Energy: University of California and California State University partnership.
- AB 1151 - Parking violations: penalties.
- AB 1156 - Imprisonment in county jail.
- AB 1157 - Property taxation: certificated aircraft assessment.
- AB 1163 - Health care service plans and health insurers
- AB 1164 - Water conservation: drought tolerant landscaping.
- AB 1166 - Pupils in foster care
- AB 1168 - Peace officers: basic training requirements.
- AB 1171 - Construction Manager/General Contractor method
- AB 1175 - California Bureau of Electronic and Appliance Repair, Home Furnishings & Thermal Insulation.
- AB 1177 - Primary care clinics: written transfer agreements.
- AB 1178 - Vehicles: manufacturers and distributors.
- AB 1182 - Secondhand goods: tangible personal property.
- AB 1185 - Los Angeles Unified School District: best value procurement: pilot program.
- AB 1191 - Quimby Act: fees.
- AB 1194 - Mental health: involuntary commitment.
- AB 1195 - California Debt Limit Allocation Committee
- AB 1197 - Deposition notices.
- AB 1204 - Instructional Quality Commission: membership: pupil members.
- AB 1207 - Mandated child abuse reporting
- AB 1211 - Health care facilities: congregate living health facility.
- AB 1222 - Tow trucks.
- AB 1223 - Emergency medical services: ambulance transportation.
- AB 1228 - Public postsecondary education: campus housing: priority for homeless youth.
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