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New California Laws for 2014 (Part 1)





Part 1 in an ongoing series highlighting the new California laws for 2014. This segment includes minimum wage, medical experiments, childhood arrivals, child welfare, firearms magazine capacity 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 - Segment 1

  • AB 0004 Ch. 570 State government: federal immigration policy enforcement.
  • AB 0008 Ch. 401 * Alternative fuel and vehicle technologies: funding programs. Effective September 28, 2013.
  • AB 0010 Ch. 351 Minimum wage: annual adjustment.
  • AB 0011 Ch. 120 Employees: reserve peace officers and emergency rescue personnel.
  • AB 0014 Ch. 223 State freight plan.
  • AB 0016 Ch. 763 Domestic violence: corporal injury.
  • AB 0020 Ch. 143 Obscene matter: minors.
  • AB 0021 Ch. 628 Safe Drinking Water Small Community Emergency Grant Fund.
  • AB 0030 Ch. Water quality.
  • AB 0032 Ch. 608 * Insurance taxes: income taxes: credits: community development financial institution investments. Effective October 07, 2013.
  • AB 0034 Ch. 641 State historical resources.
  • AB 0035 Ch. 571Deferred action for childhood arrivals.
  • AB 0044 Ch. 258 Subletting and Subcontracting Fair Practices Act: bidding practices.
  • AB 0048 Ch. 728 Firearms: large-capacity magazines.
  • AB 0056 Ch. 475 School facilities: carbon monoxide devices.
  • AB 0058 Ch. 547 Medical experiments: human subjects.
  • AB 0060 Ch. 524 Driver's licenses: eligibility: required documentation.
  • AB 0061 Ch. 71 Parking: parking meters.

(Laws marked with an * went into effect upon passage.)

Follow the entire series online at New California Laws for 2014