New California Laws for 2013 (Part 36)
Part 36 in an ongoing series highlighting the new California laws for 2013. This segment includes social media privacy, personal income taxes, Cal Fresh Benefits, firearms 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.
California's New Laws for 2013 - Segment 36
- SB 1342 - Counties, recording, real estate instruments.
- SB 1349 - Social media privacy. Prohibits public and private postsecondary educational institutions from requiring students, prospective students and student groups to disclose user names, passwords or other information about their use of social media.
- SB 1351 - Peace officers.
- SB 1357 - Removal from office, grand jury accusation.
- SB 1359 - Personal income taxes, contributions, California Breast Cancer Research Fund, California Cancer Research Fund.
- SB 1360 - Vessels.
- SB 1365 - Emergency medical services, immunity.
- SB 1367 - Deer, archery season, concealed firearms..
- SB 1370 - Prevailing wages, public works, director, code list.
- SB 1371 - Victim restitution, fines, default.
- SB 1377 - Protection and advocacy agencies.
- SB 1381 - Mental retardation, change of term to "intellectual disability."
- SB 1382 - County employees' retirement, retiree organizations.
- SB 1386 - Municipal water districts, water storage, groundwater.
- SB 1387 - Metal theft.
- SB 1388 - Parking, parking meters. prohibitions at parking locations.
- SB 1391 - CalFresh benefits, overissuance.
- SB 1393 - Alcoholic beverage control, licensees, returns.
- SB 1394 - Dwelling safety, carbon monoxide and smoke detectors.
- SB 1395 - State Auditor.
- SB 1402 - Economic development, California Community Colleges Economic and Workforce Development Program.
All of California's Laws may be accessed via the State Legislature website.