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New California Laws 2017 (Part 8)

Roseville, CA - New California laws for 2017.  Part 8 includes E-Verify, school finance, county jails, inmates, marketing of eggs, sex crimes, controlled substances, pest control and more.

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New California Laws 2017 - Part 8

  • AB-614 - Health care standards of practice.
  • AB-617 - Groundwater.
  • AB-620 - High-occupancy toll lanes: exemptions from tolls.
  • AB-621 - Drayage truck operators: Motor Carrier Employer Amnesty Program.
  • AB-622 - Employment: E-Verify system: unlawful business practices.
  • AB-625 - School finance: emergency apportionments: compliance audits.
  • AB-626 - Public contracts: claim resolution.
  • AB-627 - Pharmacy benefit managers: contracting pharmacies.
  • AB-629 - Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
  • AB-630 - Public officers and employees: oath of office.
  • AB-632 - Secondhand dealers and coin dealers: reporting: handheld electronic devices.
  • AB-635 - Medical interpretation services.
  • AB-636 - Postsecondary education: student safety.
  • AB-637 - Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment forms.
  • AB-638 - Vessels: personal flotation devices.
  • AB-643 - Emergency services: Silver Alerts.
  • AB-644 - Land use: general plan: safety element: fire hazard impacts.
  • AB-646 - State Archives: museum activities.
  • AB-652 - State Highway Route 16: relinquishment.
  • AB-653 - Postsecondary education: community college contracting practices.
  • AB-655 - Rendering: inedible kitchen grease: registration fee: additional fees.
  • AB-656 - Joint powers agreements: mutual water companies.
  • AB-658 - County jails: inmate health care services: rates.
  • AB-661 - Counties: recording: real estate instruments.
  • AB-662 - Public accommodation: disabled adults: changing facilities.
  • AB-663 - County retirement boards: alternate members.
  • AB-664 - Medi-Cal: universal assessment tool report.
  • AB-666 - Juveniles: sealing of records.
  • AB-667 - Broker-dealers: exemptions: finders.
  • AB-668 - Property taxation: assessment: affordable housing.
  • AB-670 - Information technology security.
  • AB-672 - Inmates: wrongful convictions: assistance upon release.
  • AB-673 - Probation and mandatory supervision: jurisdiction.
  • AB-675 - Rental vehicles: advertising and quotes: charges.
  • AB-679 - Controlled substances.
  • AB-681 - State Board of Equalization: surveys: assessment procedures and practices: county assessor.
  • AB-682 - Mobilehome park: electric and gas service: master-meter customers.
  • AB-683 - Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee.
  • AB-684 - State Board of Optometry: optometrists: nonresident contact lens sellers: registered dispensing opticians.
  • AB-685 - Real Estate Law.
  • AB-689 - Marketing of eggs: violations: administrative and civil penalties.
  • AB-691 - Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act.
  • AB-692 - Low-carbon transportation fuels.
  • AB-693 - Multifamily Affordable Housing Solar Roofs Program.
  • AB-701 - Sex crimes: rape.
  • AB-703 - Juveniles: attorney qualifications.
  • AB-704 - Escrow services: authorization to transact business.
  • AB-705 - Psychologists: licensure exemption.
  • AB-707 - Agricultural land: Williamson Act contracts: cancellation.
  • AB-715 - Residential development: school facilities fees.
  • AB-716 - California State University: special sessions.
  • AB-721 - Student financial aid: private student loans.
  • AB-723 - Housing: finance.
  • AB-726 - Vehicles: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
  • AB-728 - State government: financial reporting.
  • AB-730 - Controlled substances: transport.
  • AB-731 - Maintenance of the codes.
  • AB-732 - Cattle protection: brands: inspection: fees.
  • AB-735 - Postsecondary education: Student Athlete Bill of Rights.
  • AB-736 - State teachers’ retirement: executive positions.
  • AB-738 - Sacramento Regional Transit District.
  • AB-744 - Planning and zoning: density bonuses.
  • AB-746 - San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority.
  • AB-747 - Planning and land use: Sacramento-San Joaquin Valley.
  • AB-751 - Vertebrate pest control research: repeal extension.
  • AB-752 - Private postsecondary education: California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2009.
  • AB-759 - Recreational vehicles.
  • AB-762 - Day care centers: toddler programs.
  • AB-767 - Community colleges: emergency preparedness standards.
  • AB-768 - Smokeless tobacco: baseball stadiums.

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