New California Laws for 2016 (Part 30)
Roseville, CA - New California laws for 2016. Part 30 includes child abuse reporting, hazardous waste, elections, wage garnishments, sexually violent predators, court records and more.
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California's New Laws for 2016 - Part 30
- SB 467 - Professions and vocations.
- SB 469 - California State Athletic Commission.
- SB 470 - Civil actions: summary judgment and summary adjudication.
- SB 474 - Auctions.
- SB 478 - Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act: mandated reporters: pilot program.
- SB 484 - Juveniles.
- SB 485 - County of Los Angeles, CA: sanitation districts.
- SB 489 - Hazardous waste: photovoltaic modules.
- SB 491 - Transportation: omnibus bill.
- SB 493 - Elections in cities: by or from districts.
- SB 494 - Emergency services: seismic safety and earthquake-related programs.
- SB 501 - Wage garnishment restrictions.
- SB 502 - San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District: purchase and delivery of electricity.
- SB 504 - Court records: sealing.
- SB 505 - California Voter Bill of Rights.
- SB 507 - Sexually violent predators.
- SB 508 - Transportation funds: transit operators: pedestrian safety.
- SB 513 - Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program: fees.
- SB 516 - Transportation: motorist aid services.
- SB 517 - Supervised persons: release.
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