New California Laws (part 14)

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New California Laws 2023: Part Fourteen

Sacramento, CA – Part 14 in the new California laws of 2023. This installment includes hate crimes, unclaimed property, mental health, repeat retail theft offenders, land surplus, 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 14

law Project nickname
AB-2264 Pedestrian crossing signs.
AB-2268 Charles James Ogletree, Jr. Court.
AB-2270 approved emergency vehicles.
AB-2271 Los Angeles County Transit Authority: Contracting: Local Companies.
AB-2272 Post-secondary education: California Education Facilities Authority.
AB-2273 california age appropriate design act
AB-2274 Authorized whistleblowers: the statute of limitations.
AB-2275 Mental health: involuntary commitment.
AB-2277 CalWORKs: Victims of Abuse.
AB-2278 Natural Resources: Biodiversity and Conservation Report.
AB-2280 Unclaimed property: interest assessments and record disclosure.
AB-2282 Hate crimes: gallows, crosses and swastikas.
AB-2286 Financial aid for students: Student Aid: donations and charitable funds.
AB-2287 California Ocean Resources Stewardship Act of 2000.
AB-2288 Advanced Health Care Directives: Mental Health Treatment.
AB-2293 Carpenter-Pressley-Tanner’s Hazardous Substance Account Act: A Recoding.
AB-2294 Diversion for repeat retail theft offenses.
AB-2295 Local educational entities: housing development projects.
AB-2298 Recreational water use: wave pools.
AB-2300 CalWORKs and CalFresh: Business Requirements.
AB-2301 Sale of alcoholic beverages: breweries: licensed premises.
AB-2303 Agave spirits: labeling.
AB-2307 Alcoholic Beverages: Brewers: Branch Offices.
AB-2309 guardianship.
AB-2311 Conditional sales of cars: Guaranteed assignments to protect assets.
AB-2315 Community colleges: records: confirmed name and gender identification.
AB-2316 Public Utilities Authority: customer subscription programs in renewable energy and the community renewable energy program.
AB-2317 Children’s psychotherapy facilities.
AB-2319 Excess land: the land of a former military base.
AB-2321 Events: room reservation.

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