New California Laws for 2016 (Part 26)
Roseville, CA - Part 26 of New California laws for 2016 includes School accountability, Small dollar loans, Climate change adaptation, School security, vaccinations, prescription drugs and more.
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California's New Laws for 2016 - Part 26
- SB 227 - Grand juries: powers and duties.
- SB 230 - Sentencing: parole.
- SB 231 - Transportation programs.
- SB 232 - School accountability: California Collaborative for Educational Excellence: state administrator.
- SB 235 - Small dollar loans: finder duties and compensation.
- SB 236 - Public streets, highways and public service easements.
- SB 238 - Foster care: psychotropic medication.
- SB 239 - Local services: contracts: fire protection services.
- SB 241 - Neighborhood electric vehicles.
- SB 242 - School security: surplus military equipment.
- SB 244 - Mobile homes: injunctions.
- SB 246 - Climate change adaptation.
- SB 252 - Pupils: diploma alternatives: fees.
- SB 255 - State government: Commission on the Status of Women and Girls.
- SB 261 - Youth offender parole hearings.
- SB 272 - California Public Records Act: local agencies: inventory.
- SB 273 - State real property: surplus.
- SB 276 - Medi-Cal: local educational agencies.
- SB 277 - Public health: vaccinations.
- SB 282 - Health care coverage: prescription drugs.
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