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New California Laws part 7

New California Laws

Impact Series: New California Laws

Sacramento, Calif.- Impact series continues with the next installment of New California Laws 2022. Part 7 in New California laws for 2022 includes hate crimes, criminal law, public schools, foster youth, offshore energy, dependent children and more.

For full text details and authorship regarding laws and the effective dates, please click on the bill number below for access to the California Legislature official releases.

California Laws 2022 – Part 7

AB-506 Youth service organizations: child abuse and neglect prevention.
AB-511 Securities transactions: qualification requirements, exemptions, and liability.
AB-514 Injunctions: undertakings: civil actions: distribution of sexually explicit materials.
AB-516 Pupil attendance: excused absences: cultural ceremonies or events.
AB-518 Criminal law: violations punishable in multiple ways.
AB-525 Energy: offshore wind generation.
AB-526 Dentists and podiatrists: clinical laboratories and vaccines.
AB-527 Controlled substances.
AB-532 Health care: fair billing policies.
AB-535 Olive oil: labeling.
AB-537 Communications: wireless telecommunications and broadband facilities.
AB-539 State teachers' retirement: investment managers and investment advisers: contracts.
AB-541 Tobacco assessment.
AB-543 Public postsecondary education: student orientation: CalFresh.
AB-546 Dependent children: documents: housing.
AB-556 Misuse of sperm, ova, or embryos: damages.
AB-559 San Joaquin River Conservancy: governing board.
AB-565 Interagency Advisory Committee on Apprenticeship: homeless youth and foster youth.
AB-569 Contractors: civil penalties: letters of admonishment.
AB-570 Dependent parent health care coverage.
AB-571 Planning and zoning: density bonuses: affordable housing.
AB-576 Community colleges: apportionments: waiver of open course provisions: military personnel.
AB-579 Fire prevention: purchases of personal protective equipment: Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
AB-580 Emergency services: vulnerable populations.
AB-583 Remote marriage license issuance and solemnization.
AB-591 Vessels: arrests.
AB-592 Foster youth: transitional housing.
AB-599 Public schools: accountability: county superintendents of schools.
AB-600 Hate crimes: immigration status.
AB-602 Development fees: impact fee nexus study.

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