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New California Laws 2017 (Part 14)

Roseville, CA - New California laws for 2017.  Part 14 includes 101 new laws including marriage, CalWORKS, teacher credentials.  rental vehicles, foster care, student loans, social services and much more.

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New California Laws 2017 - Part 14

  • AB-1970 - Elections: vote by mail and provisional ballots.
  • AB-1974 - County recorder: recordation of documents.
  • AB-1976 - Food and agriculture: marketing advisory and promotional boards, councils, and commissions.
  • AB-1977 - Tribal gaming: compact amendment ratification.
  • AB-1978 - Employment: property service workers.
  • AB-1979 - Renewable feed-in tariff: hydroelectric facilities.
  • AB-1980 - Memorial to California firefighters: modifications.
  • AB-1985 - Advanced Placement credit.
  • AB-1993 - Law enforcement contact process: service providers.
  • AB-1995 - Community colleges: homeless students: access to shower facilities.
  • AB-1997 - Foster care.
  • AB-1998 - Juveniles: data collection.
  • AB-1999 - Prohibited Armed Persons File: initial review.
  • AB-2001 - Fully protected fish: Owens pupfish: California State Safe Harbor Agreement Program Act.
  • AB-2007 - Youth athletics: youth sports organizations: concussions or other head injuries.
  • AB-2010 - Voter’s pamphlet: electronic candidate statement.
  • AB-2011 - Thoroughbred racing: northern, central, and southern zones: auxiliary offsite stabling, training, and vanning.
  • AB-2012 - Jail Industry Authority.
  • AB-2013 - Criminal procedure: arraignment pilot program.
  • AB-2015 - Public social services: 2011 realignment report.
  • AB-2016 - Pupil instruction: ethnic studies.
  • AB-2021 - Election process: public observation: international election observers.
  • AB-2022 - Advanced purified demonstration water.
  • AB-2024 - Critical access hospitals: employment.
  • AB-2025 - Barbering and cosmetology: labor law education requirements.
  • AB-2027 - Victims of crime: nonimmigrant status.
  • AB-2028 - Public employees’ retirement: involuntary termination: reinstatement.
  • AB-2029 - Timber harvesting plans: exemptions.
  • AB-2030 - Transportation districts: contracts.
  • AB-2031 - Local government: affordable housing: financing.
  • AB-2032 - Change of organization: cities: disincorporation.
  • AB-2036 - Online child care job posting services: background check service providers: enforcement.
  • AB-2048 - National Health Service Corps State Loan Repayment Program.
  • AB-2051 - Rental passenger vehicles.
  • AB-2053 - Primary care clinics.
  • AB-2056 - Cal Grant Program: graduation verification.
  • AB-2057 - CalFresh: victims of domestic violence.
  • AB-2061 - Supervised Population Workforce Training Grant Program.
  • AB-2062 - CalWORKs: income or household composition reporting: benefit redetermination.
  • AB-2063 - Work-based learning opportunities: work experience education and job shadowing.
  • AB-2068 - Talent services.
  • AB-2071 - Vote by mail ballots.
  • AB-2073 - Golf carts: City of La Verne.
  • AB-2083 - Interagency child death review.
  • AB-2087 - Regional conservation investment strategies.
  • AB-2093 - Disability access.
  • AB-2097 - Pupil records: social security numbers.
  • AB-2105 - Workforce development: allied health professions.
  • AB-2106 - Sellers of travel: registration.
  • AB-2107 - Department of Motor Vehicles: electronic vehicle registration services: interstate carrier partnership.
  • AB-2116 - School bonds: projections of assessed property valuations.
  • AB-2119 - Medical information: disclosure: medical examiners and forensic pathologists.
  • AB-2125 - Healthy Nail Salon Recognition Program.
  • AB-2126 - Public contracts: Construction Manager/General Contractor contracts.
  • AB-2128 - Marriage.
  • AB-2135 - Alcoholic beverages: revenue sharing.
  • AB-2137 - Postsecondary education: University of California: student transfers.
  • AB-2138 - Sellers of travel.
  • AB-2139 - Ocean Protection Council: ocean acidification and hypoxia.
  • AB-2143 - County recorder: electronic recording.
  • AB-2153 - The Lead-Acid Battery Recycling Act of 2016.
  • AB-2154 - Student Aid Commission: student members.
  • AB-2159 - Evidence: immigration status.
  • AB-2161 - Parking lots: design: insurance discount.
  • AB-2164 - Public postsecondary education: tuition and fees.
  • AB-2165 - Firearms: prohibitions: exemptions.
  • AB-2167 - Vehicles: towed vehicles.
  • AB-2168 - Public Utilities Commission Audit Compliance Act of 2016.
  • AB-2172 - Homebrewery clubs: meetings: competitions.
  • AB-2176 - Shelter crisis: emergency bridge housing communities.
  • AB-2180 - Land use: development project review.
  • AB-2189 - Rim of the Valley Trail Corridor: boundary revisions.
  • AB-2190 - Acupuncture Board: executive officer: education.
  • AB-2191 - Board of Behavioral Sciences.
  • AB-2192 - Court Reporters Board of California: Shorthand reporters fees: Transcript Reimbursement Fund.
  • AB-2193 - California Board of Podiatric Medicine: Physician Assistant Board: extension.
  • AB-2194 - California Massage Therapy Council: business of massage.
  • AB-2196 - Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.
  • AB-2201 - State Board of Equalization: administration: interest.
  • AB-2207 - Medi-Cal: dental program.
  • AB-2208 - Local planning: housing element: inventory of land for residential development.
  • AB-2211 - Registered process servers.
  • AB-2212 - Pupils: suspensions and expulsions: bullying: electronic acts: video.
  • AB-2215 - California State Lottery Act: California State University Lottery Education Fund: California State University Trust Fund.
  • AB-2217 - Notary public: service fees.
  • AB-2220 - Elections in cities: by or from district.
  • AB-2221 - Criminal procedure: human trafficking witnesses.
  • AB-2228 - Code enforcement officers.
  • AB-2230 - Overtime compensation: private elementary or secondary academic institutions: teachers.
  • AB-2231 - Care facilities: civil penalties.
  • AB-2232 - Court records: misdemeanors.
  • AB-2235 - Board of Dentistry: pediatric anesthesia: committee.
  • AB-2244 - Court fees: electronic filing.
  • AB-2246 - Pupil suicide prevention policies.
  • AB-2247 - Armories.
  • AB-2248 - Teacher credentialing: out-of-state trained teachers: English learner authorizations.
  • AB-2249 - State parks.
  • AB-2251 - Student loan servicers: licensing and regulation: Student Loan Servicing Act.
  • AB-2252 - Elections: remote accessible vote by mail systems.
  • AB-2254 - Armories: homeless shelter.
  • AB-2257 - Local agency meetings: agenda: online posting.

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