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New California Laws for 2016 (Part 31)




Roseville, CA - New California laws for 2016. Part 31 includes youth offenders, sales a use tax agreements, charitable raffles, water loss management, privacy breaches, employees time off and more.

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California's New Laws for 2016 - Part 31

  • SB 467 - Professions and vocations.
  • SB 519 - Youth offender parole hearings.
  • SB 525 - Respiratory care practice.
  • SB 530 - Pedicabs.
  • SB 531 - California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
  • SB 532 - Governing boards of school districts: nonvoting and preferential voting pupil members.
  • SB 533 - Cities and counties: sales and use tax agreements.
  • SB 536 - Armories.
  • SB 540 - California Franchise Tax Board: Taxpayers' Rights Advocate.
  • SB 541 - California Public Utilities Commission: for-hire transportation carriers: enforcement.
  • SB 542 - Workers' compensation: medical provider networks: fee schedules.
  • SB 546 - Health care coverage: rate review.
  • SB 549 - Charitable raffles.
  • SB 555 - Urban retail water suppliers: water loss management.
  • SB 557 - Alcoholic beverages: tied-house restrictions: advertising.
  • SB 560 - Licensing boards: unemployment insurance.
  • SB 561 - Contractors: home improvement salespersons.
  • SB 562 - Infrastructure financing: City of Long Beach Civic Center.
  • SB 570 - Personal information: privacy: breach.
  • SB 575 - Long-term care insurance.
  • SB 579 - Employees: time off.

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