Part 11 in an ongoing series highlighting the new California laws for 2014. This segment includes Social security numbers, local government, firearms, dependent children, vote by mail, Emergency Alert System and more.
The California Legislature passes numerous laws each year 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.
California’s New Laws for 2014 – Part 11
- AB 0530 Ch. 501 Vote by mail ballots: telephone applications.
- AB 0532 Ch. 769 *Local Housing Trust Fund. Effective October 12, 2013.
- AB 0533 Ch. 102 Artistic employment contracts: minors.
- AB 0535 Ch. 328 Emergency Alert System.
- AB 0537 Ch. 785 Meyers-Milias-Brown Act: impasse procedures.
- AB 0538 Ch. 738 Firearms.
- AB 0539 Ch. 739 Firearm possession: prohibitions: transfer to licensed dealer.
- AB 0541 Ch. 133 Buses: illuminated advertising: University of California, Irvine.
- AB 0545 Ch. 294 Dependent children: placement: nonrelative extended family member.
- AB 0546 Ch. 14 Local government: consolidation of offices.
- AB 0547 Ch. 703 21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens program.
- AB 0549 Ch. 422 Comprehensive school safety plans:mental health professionals and police role on campus guidelines.
- AB 0551 Ch. 406 Local government: urban agriculture incentive zones.
- AB 0552 Ch. 645 Political Reform Act of 1974: collection of fines.
- AB 0554 Ch. 364 State government: Secretary of State:fees.
- AB 0555 Ch. 103 Social security numbers.
- AB 0556 Ch. 691 Fair Employment and Housing Act:military veterans.
- AB 0557 Ch. 134 Veterans’ homes: accounting of charges.
- AB 0562 Ch. 740 Economic development subsidies: review by local agencies.
- AB 0565 Ch. 378 California Physician Corps Program.
(Laws marked with an * went into effect prior to 2014.)
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