Part 22 of new California laws for 2014 includes agriculture, vandalism punishment, hazardous waste, teachers retirement, lottery, Quimby Act, court destruction of records 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 22
- AB 1316 Ch. 106 Election ballots: identical candidate names.
- AB 1317 Ch. 352 * State government operations. Effective September 26, 2013.Selected or all provisions operative July 1, 2013. Bill may contain other operative provisions.
- AB 1319 Ch. 623 Agriculture.
- AB 1325 Ch. 791 Vandalism: punishment.
- AB 1329 Ch. 598 Hazardous waste.
- AB 1332 Ch. 273 * California State Lottery: assignment of prize payments. Effective September 09, 2013.
- AB 1336 Ch. 792 Prevailing wages: payroll records.
- AB 1339 Ch. 248 Professional fiduciaries: guardians and conservators.
- AB 1346 Ch. 774 Postemployment health benefits: Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District:employer contributions.
- AB 1352 Ch. 274 Courts: destruction of court records.
- AB 1358 Ch. 714 Student body association: student representation fee.
- AB 1359 Ch. 412 Quimby Act: use of fees.
- AB 1365 Ch. 192 State and local agency reports: Legislative Counsel.
- AB 1371 Ch. 331 Vehicles: bicycles: passing distance.
- AB 1376 Ch. 793 * Workers’ compensation: medical treatment: interpreters.Effective October 13, 2013.
- AB 1377 Ch. 63 * State employees: memorandum of understanding. Effective July 11, 2013.
- AB 1379 Ch. 558 Teachers’ Retirement Law.
- AB 1380 Ch. 247 County employees’ retirement.
- AB 1381 Ch. 559 State Teachers’ Retirement Law: pension reform.
- AB 1382 Ch. 599 Committee on Health. Reporting.
(Laws marked with an * went into effect prior to 2014.)
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