New California Laws for 2016 (Final)
Roseville, CA - The final installment for New California laws for 2016. Part 34 includes School curriculum, Firearms, Foster children, Mobile communications, Competitive bidding and more.
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California's New Laws for 2016 - Part 34
- SB 695 - School curriculum: health education: sexual harassment and violence instruction.
- SB 696 - Insurance: principle-based valuation.
- SB 697 - California Public Utilities Commission Accountability Act of 2015: reports: audits: electrical restructuring: charter-party carriers of passengers.
- SB 703 - Public contracts: prohibitions: discrimination.
- SB 704 - Public officers and employees: conflict of interest: contracts.
- SB 705 - Transactions and use taxes: County of San Mateo, CA: Transportation Agency for Monterey County, CA.
- SB 707 - Firearms: gun-free school zone.
- SB 708 - Pupil nutrition: free or reduced-price meals: online applications.
- SB 711 - Law libraries: charges.
- SB 719 - California Department of Transportation: motor vehicle technologies testing.
- SB 725 - Pupil testing: high school exit examination: exemption.
- SB 730 - Railroads: movement of freight: trains or light engines: crew size.
- SB 731 - Foster children: housing: gender identity.
- SB 738 - Pupil health: epinephrine auto-injectors: liability limitation.
- SB 741 - Mobile communications: privacy.
- SB 750 - English language education: English learners.
- SB 758 - Atmospheric Rivers: Research, Mitigation and Climate Forecasting Program.
- SB 761 - Advertising: Internet private residence rental listings: notice.
- SB 762 - Competitive bidding: best value: pilot program: design-build.
- SB 767 - Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority: transactions and use tax.
- SB 770 - California Department of Food and Agriculture: medicated feed.
- SB 785 - Estates and trusts: creditor's claim.
- SB 792 - Day care facilities: immunizations: exemptions.
- SB 793 - Green Tariff Shared Renewables Program.
- SB 794 - Child welfare services.
- SB 795 - Public Safety Omnibus.
- SB 796 - Alcoholic beverages: licenses: advertising: contests and sweepstakes.
- SB 797 - Government finance.
- SB 798 - Natural resources.
- SB 800 - Healing arts.
- SB 801 - Property tax postponement.
- SB 803 - Property taxation.
- SB 804 - Public health.
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