New California Laws (part 6)


New California Laws 2023: Part Six

Sacramento, CA – Part 6 in New California Laws of 2023. This installment includes property crimes, abortion, cannabis crimes, disposition of estate, space force, insurance fraud, care facilities 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 6

AB-1646 Cannabis packaging: drinks.
AB-1648 Disaster preparedness: local government: animal natural disaster evacuation plan.
AB-1653 Property Crimes: Regional Property Crimes Task Force.
AB-1654 Low Income Housing: Insurance Tax: Income Tax: Credits: Agricultural Worker Housing.
AB-1655 Public holidays: Juneteenth.
AB-1658 Oil Spill Response and Contingency Planning: Oil Spill Elements: Area Plans.
AB-1661 Human trafficking: a notice.
AB-1663 protection measures.
AB-1664 California Nonprofit Security Grant Program.
AB-1666 Abortion: Civil Claims.
AB-1667 State Teachers’ Retirement System: Administration.
AB-1672 Public swimming pools: Lifeguards.
AB-1680 Transportation: San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District: Police Work Responsibilities.
AB-1681 Insurance: fraud prevention and detection.
AB-1682 Ships: public safety activities.
AB-1686 Child Welfare Agencies: Enforcement.
AB-1695 Grant programs and concessional loans: adaptive reuse.
AB-1700 Theft: Online Marketplaces: Reporting.
AB-1703 California Indian Education Act: California Indian Education Task Force.
AB-1704 Limited foot radiography permits.
AB-1705 Seymour Campbell Student Success Act 2012: High School Certificate: Evaluation.
AB-1706 Cannabis crimes: resentment.
AB-1712 General Postsecondary Education: Campus Safety: An online survey tool.
AB-1715 Space Force.
AB-1716 Disposition of the estate.
AB-1719 Housing: Community College Faculty and Staff Housing Act of 2022.
AB-1720 Welfare facilities: criminal background checks.
AB-1722 Public servants retirement: Safety personnel: Industrial disability retirement.
AB-1726 Address Covert Program.
AB-1730 Punitive damages: Veterans.

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