Part 15 in our ongoing series highlighting the new California laws for 2013. This segment includes charter schools, elections, prohibited business practices and and more.
The California Legislature passed over 800 new laws for California residents and business and this series breaks downs those laws into digestible portions to help keep residents better informed. Readers can stop by and quickly scan a segment of new laws to learn what may impact them. Links to the legislature’s full text of each new law will be also be included.
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California’s New Laws for 2013 – Segment 15
- AB 1859 – School facilities, charter schools.
- AB 1865 – Residential tenancies, eviction, notices.
- AB 1867 – Health facilities, equipment standards.
- AB 1869 – Office of Patient Advocate, federal veterans health benefits.
- AB 1875 – Civil procedure, depositions.
- AB 1877 – Repossession agencies, exemptions.
- AB 1886 – Aquaculture.
- AB 1888 – Vehicles, commercial driver’s licenses, traffic violator school.
- AB 1890 – Vehicles, toll highways, motorcycles.
- AB 1896 – Tribal health programs, health care practitioners.
- AB 1899 – Postsecondary education benefits, crime victims.
- AB 1904 – Professions and vocations, military spouses, expedited licensure.
- AB 1907 – Inmates, psychiatric medication.
- AB 1908 – Classified employees, notice of layoff.
- AB 1909 – Foster children, placement, suspension and expulsion, notifications.
- AB 1915 – Safe routes to school.
- AB 1916 – State parks, operating agreements, Mount Diablo State Park.
- AB 1922 – Heavy-duty vehicles, smoke emissions.
- AB 1925 – Real property, rent control.
- AB 1927 – Easements, maintenance, arbitration.
- AB 1928 – Foster homes, residential capacity.
- AB 1929 – Elections, casting ballots.
- AB 1930 – Civil service examinations, announcement.
- AB 1933 – Beverage containers, handling fees, enforcement.
- AB 1938 – Mobile homes, rental agreements.
- AB 1950 – Prohibited business practices, enforcement.
All of California’s Laws may be accessed via the State Legislature website.