New California Laws for 2016 (Part 24)
Roseville, CA - New California laws for 2016. Today includes part 24 in our daily series. This segment includes developmental services, water, health care, income tax, school district reorganizations and more.
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California's New Laws for 2016 - Part 24
- SB 82 - Developmental Services.
- SB 83 - Public Resources.
- SB 84 - State government.
- SB 85 - Public safety.
- SB 88 - Water.
- SB 97 - California Budget Act of 2015.
- SB 98 - State government.
- SB 99 - State public employment.
- SB 101 - Budget Act of 2015.
- SB 102 - State government.
- SB 103 - Education finance.
- SB 107 - Local Government
- SB 111 - School facilities: military installations.
- SB 125 - Health care coverage.
- SB 134 - State Bar of California: Interest on Lawyers' Trust Accounts: escheated funds: Public Interest Attorney Loan Repayment Program.
- SB 137 - Health care coverage: provider directories.
- SB 141 - Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation & Conservation District Act
- SB 144 - Water development projects: Sacramento-San Joaquin watersheds.
- SB 145 - Robert F. Kennedy Farm Workers Medical Plan.
- SB 146 - Real estate licensees: fictitious business names: team names.
- SB 147 - Federally qualified health centers.
- SB 148 - School districts: reorganization: local control funding formula.
- SB 150 - Personal Income Tax Law: exclusion: student loan debt forgiveness.
- SB 161 - California Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act.
- SB 162 - Treated wood waste.
- SB 165 - Production or cultivation of a controlled substance: civil penalties.
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