New California Laws 2017 (Part 13)
Roseville, CA - New California laws for 2017. Part 13 includes 100 new laws including vicious dogs, human trafficking child care, falsifying evidence, debt collection, firearms, organic products and much more.
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New California Laws 2017 - Part 13
- AB-1702 - Juveniles: dependent children: reunification services.
- AB-1703 - Inmates: medical treatment.
- AB-1705 - Jails: searches.
- AB-1709 - Deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals.
- AB-1712 - Child care: contractors: digital signatures.
- AB-1716 - Lower American River Conservancy Program.
- AB-1719 - Pupil instruction: cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
- AB-1722 - Limited liability companies: dissolution: cancellation of articles of organization.
- AB-1723 - Debt collection.
- AB-1726 - Data collection.
- AB-1732 - Single-user restrooms.
- AB-1734 - Mining claims: recording.
- AB-1735 - Dissolution of marriage: bifurcated judgment: service.
- AB-1741 - California College Promise Innovation Grant Program.
- AB-1744 - Sexual assault forensic medical evidence kit.
- AB-1747 - Food assistance: higher education students.
- AB-1748 - Pupils: pupil health: opioid antagonist.
- AB-1750 - Real property transactions: definitions.
- AB-1751 - Secondhand goods.
- AB-1755 - The Open and Transparent Water Data Act.
- AB-1757 - North County Transit District.
- AB-1761 - Human trafficking: victims: affirmative defense.
- AB-1765 - CaliforniaVolunteers: nonprofit public benefit corporation.
- AB-1767 - Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
- AB-1769 - 911 emergency system: nuisance communications.
- AB-1773 - Local government renewable energy self-generation program.
- AB-1775 - Income taxes: returns: due dates.
- AB-1779 - Nonprobate transfers: revocable transfer on death deed.
- AB-1784 - State banks.
- AB-1785 - Vehicles: use of wireless electronic devices.
- AB-1786 - Horse racing: the California Standardbred Sires Stakes Program.
- AB-1787 - Open meetings: public comments: translation.
- AB-1789 - Personal income taxes: voluntary contributions: School Supplies for Homeless Children Fund.
- AB-1793 - Contractors: license requirements: recovery actions.
- AB-1794 - Central Basin Municipal Water District.
- AB-1795 - Health care programs: cancer.
- AB-1797 - In-home supportive services: application.
- AB-1798 - Firearms: imitation firearms: gun-shaped phone cases.
- AB-1807 - Real estate licensees.
- AB-1808 - Minors: mental health treatment or counseling services.
- AB-1810 - California Seed Law: exclusions: noncommercial seed sharing.
- AB-1811 - Fertilizer: organic input material: registration: inspections.
- AB-1813 - High-Speed Rail Authority: membership.
- AB-1816 - Tulelake Irrigation District.
- AB-1817 - Solid waste: garbage and refuse disposal districts: board of directors.
- AB-1823 - California Cancer Clinical Trials Program.
- AB-1825 - Vicious dogs: definition.
- AB-1826 - Organic products.
- AB-1829 - Vessels: operation under the influence of alcohol or drugs: chemical testing.
- AB-1836 - Mental health: referral of conservatees.
- AB-1840 - State agencies: interns and student assistants: hiring preference.
- AB-1841 - Cybersecurity strategy incident response standards.
- AB-1842 - Water: pollution: fines.
- AB-1843 - Applicants for employment: criminal history.
- AB-1845 - Protected species: take: rough sculpin.
- AB-1847 - Earned Income Tax Credit Information Act: California Earned Income Tax Credit.
- AB-1849 - Foster youth: transition to independent living: health insurance coverage.
- AB-1850 - Educational services: permanent residents: foreign nationals.
- AB-1854 - Bail: attorney’s fees: forfeited bail.
- AB-1856 - Excise taxes: claim for refund: timely filed claims.
- AB-1858 - Automobile dismantling: task force.
- AB-1859 - Collateral recovery.
- AB-1863 - Medi-Cal: federally qualified health centers: rural health centers.
- AB-1867 - Evidence: judicial notice: official records of conviction.
- AB-1874 - Structural pest control.
- AB-1875 - State teachers’ retirement: option beneficiaries: trusts.
- AB-1887 - State government: discrimination: travel.
- AB-1889 - High-Speed Rail Authority: high-speed train operation.
- AB-1891 - School districts: special taxes: exemptions.
- AB-1894 - Food and agriculture: omnibus bill.
- AB-1899 - Insurance: production agents: license examinations.
- AB-1900 - San Pedro superior courthouse.
- AB-1901 - Taxation: cigarettes: unaffixed stamps.
- AB-1906 - Mental health: sexually violent predators.
- AB-1907 - Orange County Fair: sale of state property.
- AB-1909 - Falsifying evidence.
- AB-1911 - Dual status minors.
- AB-1914 - Public postsecondary education: academic materials: textbooks: access codes.
- AB-1917 - Mental health care professionals: qualifications.
- AB-1918 - Teacher credentialing: temporary certificates.
- AB-1919 - Local transportation authorities: bonds.
- AB-1920 - California Tax Credit Allocation Committee: low-income housing credit: fines.
- AB-1921 - Elections: vote by mail ballots.
- AB-1923 - Bioenergy feed-in tariff.
- AB-1924 - Privacy: electronic communications.
- AB-1926 - Public works: prevailing wage: apprentices.
- AB-1927 - Criminal procedure: notice to appear.
- AB-1928 - Water efficiency: landscape irrigation equipment.
- AB-1932 - Vehicles: motorcycle safety training.
- AB-1934 - Planning and zoning: development bonuses: mixed-use projects.
- AB-1937 - Electricity: procurement.
- AB-1941 - California Film Commission: membership and duties.
- AB-1943 - Parking: county transportation commissions.
- AB-1945 - Juveniles: sealing of records.
- AB-1953 - Peace officers: civilian complaints.
- AB-1954 - Health care coverage: reproductive health care services.
- AB-1958 - Forestry: timberlands: restoration and conservation forest management activities.
- AB-1960 - Vehicles: Basic Inspection of Terminals program.
- AB-1962 - Criminal proceedings: mental competence.
- AB-1963 - Common interest developments: construction defects.
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