New California Laws (part 17)

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New California Laws 2023: Part XVII

Sacramento, CA – Part 17 in the new California laws of 2023. This payment includes firearms, elections, vehicle registration, security services, housing, long-term care insurance 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 17

law Project nickname
AB-2509 Vehicles: Vehicle licensing fees and registration fees: Exemptions.
AB-2511 Skilled Nursing Facilities: Backup power supply.
AB-2515 Owned and private security services.
AB-2521 The Transgender, Gender Non-Conforming and Hermaphrodite Fund.
AB-2524 Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority: Employee Relations.
AB-2526 Prisoners: health records.
AB-2528 The Political Reform Act of 1974: Campaign statements.
AB-2530 California Health Benefit Exchange: Financial Aid.
AB-2536 Development fees: Impact fee linkage studies: connection fees and capacity fees.
AB-2537 Vehicles: driver education.
AB-2551 Firearms.
AB-2552 Firearms: Gun shows and events.
AB-2556 Local public employee organizations.
AB-2559 Reusable tenant inspection reports.
AB-2568 Cannabis: insurance companies.
AB-2571 Firearms: Advertising to minors.
AB-2574 Optometry: Ophthalmological Assistants.
AB-2577 Elections: Standard Application Forms.
AB-2581 Health Care Coverage: Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: Provider Credentials.
AB-2582 Pull elections: local offices.
AB-2584 I remember the elections.
AB-2585 Non-pharmacological pain management treatment.
AB-2586 Inequality in reproductive and sexual health.
AB-2588 Offenses: obstruction of justice.
AB-2592 Housing: unused state buildings.
AB-2594 Vehicle registration and toll fees.
AB-2595 Juveniles: Affiliation: Juvenile Court Jurisdiction.
AB-2596 Lunar New Year holiday.
AB-2598 Pupil rights: restorative justice practices.
AB-2604 Long term care insurance.

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