New California Laws 2023 (part 2)


New California Laws 2023: Part Two

Sacramento, CA – Part 2 in the new California laws of 2023. This installment includes firearms, veteran services, human remains, homeless children, gender reassignment, hate crimes, domestic violence and more.

For full text and authorship details regarding statutes and effective dates, please click on the invoice number below to access California Legislature Official releases.

New California Laws of 2023 – Part 2

law Project Title
AB-204 Budget Act 2022: Health Omnibus.
AB-205 energy.
AB-207 Combined Human Services.
AB-209 Energy and climate change.
AB-210 Early Childhood: Childcare and Education.
AB-211 General resource trailer bill.
AB-228 Firearms.
AB-252 Houseboat moorings: rent caps.
AB-256 Criminal Procedure: Discrimination.
AB-257 Food and employment facilities.
AB-288 California Ban on Displacement Act Scholarships 2021.
AB-305 Veteran Services: Notice.
AB-311 Firearms: Del Mar Fairgrounds.
AB-316 State employees: underrepresented groups.
AB-321 Childcare services: Priority registration.
AB-325 Veterans: discharge upgrades.
AB-351 Reducing human remains and disposing of mitigated human remains.
AB-353 Oil revenues: Oil Trust Fund.
AB-371 Shared Mobility Devices: Insurance and Tracking.
AB-392 Clinical Laboratories: Total Protein Test: Permission.
AB-408 Homeless Children and Youth: Reporting.
AB-421 Change the gender id and gender.
AB-452 Pupil Safety: Parent Notice: Firearm Safety Laws.
AB-485 Hate Crimes: Reporting.
AB-498 Medi-Cal: Organized County Health System: Orange County Health Authority.
AB-512 State Highways: Abandonment: Infrastructure Barriers.
AB-522 Forests: Forest fire prevention exemption.
AB-524 Post-secondary education: Our sorority transparency code and campus-recognized fraternity.
AB547 Domestic Violence: Victim’s Rights.

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