Part 24 of new California laws for 2014 includes horse racing, teacher credentials, charter cities, consumer affairs, online voter registration, privacy, outdoor advertising 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 24
- AB 1384 Ch. 308 Garment manufacturing: civil penalties.
- AB 1423 Ch. 435 Horse racing: advance deposit wagering and exchange wagering deductions.
- AB 1425 Ch. 463 Alcoholic beverages.
- AB 1427 Ch. 87 Cortese-Knox-Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 2000.
- AB 1428 Ch. 561 * California Health Benefit Exchange: employees and contractors.
- SB 0004 Ch. 313 Oil and gas: well stimulation.
- SB 0005 Ch. 171 Teacher credentialing.
- SB 0006 Ch. 54 * Business. Effective July 03, 2013.
- SB 0007 Ch. 794 Public works: charter cities.
- SB 0012 Ch. 541 Consumer affairs.
- SB 0013 Ch. 528 * Public employees’ retirement benefits. Effective October 04, 2013.
- SB 0014 Ch. 172 * Bear Lake Reservoir: recreational use. Effective August 27, 2013.
- SB 0021 Ch. 203 University of California: UC Riverside Medical School.
- SB 0028 Ch. 442 California Health Benefit Exchange.
- SB 0031 Ch. 542 Outdoor advertising displays: arenas.
- SB 0039 Ch. 775 *Local agencies: public officers: claims and liability. Effective October 12, 2013.
- SB 0041 Ch. 1 * School district reorganization: base revenue limit: Wiseburn Unified School District.
- SB 0043 Ch. 413 Electricity: Green Tariff Shared Renewables Program.
- SB 0044 Ch. 277 Internet Web sites: online voter registration.
- SB 0046 Ch. 396 Personal information: privacy.
- SB 0050 Ch. 140 Telecommunications: pay telephones.
(Laws marked with an * went into effect prior to 2014.)
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