New California Laws 2017 (Part 3)
Roseville, CA - New California laws for 2017. Part 3 includes pro sports teams, bankruptcy, state employees, foster care, voting rights, organ transplants, marijuana and more.
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New California Laws 2017 - Part 3
- AB-173 Golf carts: City of La Verne.
- AB-177 Professions and vocations: licensing boards.
- AB-178 Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians of the State of California: executive officer.
- AB-179 Healing arts.
- AB-180 Cemetery and Funeral Bureau.
- AB-181 Business and professions.
- AB-187 Medi-Cal:managed care: California Children’s Services program.
- AB-189 Arts Council: cultural districts.
- AB-192 Specialized license plates.
- AB-194 High-occupancy toll lanes.
- AB-195 Unauthorized access to computer systems.
- AB-197 State Air esources Board: greenhouse gases: regulations.
- AB-198 Vehicles: tow truck assistance.
- AB-199 Alternative energy: recycled feedstock.
- AB-202 Professional sports teams: cheerleaders: employee status.
- AB-208 Vehicles: highway: lane use.
- AB-215 Local agency employment contracts: maximum cash settlement.
- AB-216 Product sales to minors: vapor products.
- AB-217 Juvenile law: hearings.
- AB-218 State Highway Route 74.
- AB-219 Public works: concrete delivery.
- AB-220 Pupil instruction: mathematics: algebra.
- AB-223 Highways: exit information signs.
- AB-224 Pupils: educational liaison for foster children: notice of educational rights of foster children.
- AB-226 Retail food safety: fishermen’s markets.
- AB-229 State employees: travel reimbursement.
- AB-231 Parole: placement at release.
- AB-232 Hospitals: seismic safety.
- AB-234 Food: sale.
- AB-236 Weighmasters: exemptions: pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers.
- AB-241 Bankruptcy: retired employees: disclosure of names and mailing addresses.
- AB-243 Medical marijuana.
- AB-248 Health insurance: minimum value: large group market policies.
- AB-249 Criminal courts: appeals: fees.
- AB-250 Telehealth: marriage and family therapist interns and trainees.
- AB-256 Falsifying evidence.
- AB-258 Organ transplants: medical marijuana: qualified patients.
- AB-260 Foster care: parenting youth.
- AB-264 Farm products: processors: produce dealers: seeds.
- AB-265 Consumer protection: buy-here-pay-here dealers.
- AB-266 Medical marijuana.
- AB-271 Child care: alternative payment programs and contractors: electronic records: digital signatures.
- AB-273 Hazardous waste and substances: corrective action: liability.
- AB-274 Oversight costs: uncollectible accounts.
- AB-275 Hazardous substances: liability recovery actions.
- AB-276 Department of Toxic Substances Control: response actions: cleanup ability information.
- AB-277 California Voting Rights Act of 2001.
- AB-278 Municipal elections.
- AB-279 Tax administration: disclosure of information: Franchise Tax Board and cities and counties.
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