California Legislative Update

as of Tuesday, November 21, 2017

 
  AB 2 (Alejo)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would authorize certain local agencies to form a community revitalization authority (authority) within a community revitalization and investment area, as defined, to carry out provisions of the Community Redevelopment Law in that area for purposes related to, among other things, infrastructure, affordable housing, and economic revitalization.
 
  AB 12 (Cooley)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law authorizes various state entities to adopt, amend, or repeal regulations for various specified purposes. The Administrative Procedure Act requires the Office of Administrative Law and a state agency proposing to adopt, amend, or repeal a regulation to review the proposed changes for, among other things, consistency with existing state regulations. This bill would, until January 1, 2019, require each state agency to, on or before January 1, 2018, review that agency's regulations, identify any regulations that are duplicative, overlapping, inconsistent, or out of date, to revise those identified regulations, as provided, and report to the Legislature and Governor, as specified.
 
  AB 57 (Quirk)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would provide that a collocation or siting application for a wireless telecommunications facility is deemed approved if the city or county fails to approve or disapprove the application within the reasonable time periods specified in applicable decisions of the Federal Communications Commission, all required public notices have been provided regarding the application, and the applicant has provided a notice to the city or county that the reasonable time period has lapsed. This bill contains other existing laws.
 
  AB 154 (Ting)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Under the Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law, various provisions of the federal Internal Revenue Code, as enacted as of a specified date, are referenced in various sections of the Revenue and Taxation Code. This bill would change the specified date of those referenced Internal Revenue Code sections to January 1, 2015, for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2015, and thereby would make numerous substantive changes to both the Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law with respect to those areas of preexisting conformity that are subject to changes under federal laws enacted after January 1, 2009, and that have not been, or are not being, excepted or modified.
 
  AB 176 (Bonta)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law requires any state agency, board, or commission that directly or by contract collects demographic data as to the ancestry or ethnic origin of Californians to use separate collection categories and tabulations for specified Asian groups and Pacific Islander groups. This bill would require the updating of the reporting categories for future decennial censuses. The bill would require, on or after July 1, 2016, the Department of Managed Health Care to use the additional separate collection categories and other tabulations for specified Asian groups and Pacific Islander groups, and to take additional actions as specified above, under certain circumstances.
 
  AB 184 (Garcia, Eduardo)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would enact the Small Business Technical Assistance Act of 2015, within the Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank under the direction of GO-Biz to, among other things, serve as the lead state entity for overseeing the state' s participation with the federal California Small Business Development Center Program, the Women's Business Center program, the Veteran Business Outreach Center program, the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), and the Procurement Technical Assistance Cooperative Agreement program. The bill would also recognize those federal programs, and would authorize GO-Biz or any other state entity to contract with a federal small business technical assistance center.
 
  AB 190 (Harper)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law, inoperative due to a pending referendum election, would otherwise, as of July 1, 2015, prohibit stores that have a specified amount of sales in dollars or retail floor space from providing a single-use carryout bag to a customer, with specified exceptions. This bill would repeal the above provisions and related provisions. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 269 (Waldron)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The California FAIR (fair access to insurance requirements) Plan Association is a joint reinsurance association of state insurers that is established to, among other things, assist persons in securing basic property insurance for qualified property for which insurance cannot be obtained through the normal insurance market. Current law also establishes a governing committee for the association consisting of 9 insurers elected annually. This bill would provide that the governing committee shall have 8 members, eliminating one voting member of the governing committee.
 
  AB 305 (Gonzalez)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would prohibit apportionment of permanent disability, in the case of a physical injury occurring on or after January 1, 2016, from being based on pregnancy, or menopause if the condition is contemporaneous with the claimed physical psychiatric injury. The bill would also prohibit apportionment of permanent disability, in the case of a psychiatric injury occurring on or after January 1, 2016, from being based on psychiatric disability or impairment caused by sexual harassment, pregnancy or menopause if the condition is contemporaneous with the claimed psychiatric injury.
 
  AB 351 (Jones-Sawyer)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require all state agencies, departments, boards, and commissions to establish and achieve an annual goal of 25% small business participation in state procurements and contracts, to ensure that the state's procurement and contract processes are administered in order to meet or exceed the goal, and to report to the director statistics regarding small business participation in the agency's procurements and contracts. This bill contains other related provisions.
 
  AB 413 (Chávez)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program authorizes a child or spouse to continue to operate a disabled veteran business enterprise for 3 years after the death or the certification of a permanent medical disability of a disabled veteran who was the majority owner of that enterprise, but only for purposes of any contract entered into before his or her death or certification of disability. This bill would delete the provision that only allows a child or spouse to operate the business for purposes of the contracts entered into before death or certification of disability.
 
  AB 419 (Kim)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require GO-Biz to create a Web-access point on its Internet Web site and would require the Web -access point to include information about the state rulemaking process and a link to relevant information on the Internet Web site of the Office of Administrative Law, as specified .
 
  AB 437 (Atkins)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law, in modified conformity to a credit allowed under federal law, allow a credit against taxes imposed by those laws for increasing research expenses, as defined. Current law allows a taxpayer to carryover any excess amounts of that credit to succeeding taxable years, until the credit is exhausted. This bill would, beginning January 1, 2017, and ending January 1, 2024, establish the Research and Development-Small Business Grant Program, which would provide qualified small businesses, as defined, grants in amounts equal to either 10% or 15% of any excess credit amount attributable to the small business for specified years under the credit described above.
 
  AB 543 (Quirk)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would provide that a person, in the course of doing business, does not knowingly and intentionally expose an individual to a chemical known to the state to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity if there exists an exposure assessment that meets 3 specified requirements. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 552 (O'Donnell)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would, among other things, provide that a public works contract entered into on or after January 1, 2016, that contains a clause expressly requiring a contractor to be responsible for delay damages, as defined, is not enforceable unless the delay damages have been liquidated to a set amount and identified in the public works contract. Under the bill, these provisions would not apply to specified state agencies. The bill would also make findings and declarations related to public contracts.
 
  AB 680 (Atkins)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require GO-Biz to work in partnership with the California Travel and Tourism Commission to develop a plan to market the business and investment opportunities available in California to encourage business development and investment in this state. This bill contains other existing laws.
 
  AB 826 (Chau)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law under the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services' EB-5 Investment Program authorizes specified public and private corporations to establish, operate, and maintain a regional center subject to specified conditions and restrictions. Current law requires the director to post on the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development Internet Web site a list with contact information for each regional center where information is readily available to the office. This bill would define "regional center" for those purposes. The bill would require the contact information to include a link to the Internet Web site for each regional center.
 
  AB 853 (Hernández, Roger)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would, on and after the filing of an electrical corporation's or gas corporation's general rate case application, require that electrical corporation or gas corporation, except as provided, to utilize employees of that corporation for any work associated with the design, engineering, and operation of its nuclear, electrical, and gas infrastructure, including all computer and information technology systems, unless the utility files a request to contract to utilize persons who will replace those employees with the commission as a part of the utility's general rate case application.
 
  AB 865 (Alejo)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission to develop and implement an outreach program to inform the most qualified loan and grant applicants, and contractors, including, but not limited to, women, minority, disabled veteran, and LGBT business enterprises, as defined, about workshops, trainings, and funding opportunities. The bill would require that one component of the outreach program be a process for tracking the diversity of contractors, loan recipients, and grant recipients.
 
  AB 866 (Garcia, Eduardo)  
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  Summary: Current law authorizes the holder of a winegrower’s license, a beer manufacturer, a distilled spirits rectifier, a distilled spirits manufacturer, and a distilled spirits manufacturer’s agent to purchase advertising space and time from, or on behalf of, an on-sale retail licensee, under certain conditions, if the on-sale retail licensee is the owner, manager, agent of the owner, assignee of the owner’s advertising rights, or major tenant of specified facilities. Current law makes it a misdemeanor to coerce or solicit licensees in connection with these provisions, as specified. This bill would expand the facilities to which the exception described above would apply to include outdoor stadiums with specified seating capacities located in the Cities of San Diego and Inglewood, as provided.
 
  AB 1090 (O'Donnell)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would, for sales and use tax laws, increase the $200,000,000 threshold to $500,000,000 for any calendar year on and after January 1, 2016, provided that $300,000,000 is for purchases of qualified tangible personal property that is used primarily for the purpose of reshoring or insourcing, defined to mean the relocation of a whole process, a piece of a process, a function, or a discrete piece of work from currently outside the boundaries of the United States to inside the boundaries of the state, either within or outside the boundaries of a company. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 1158 (Campos)  
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  Summary: Current law requires that not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages, as specified, be paid to workers employed on a public work. This bill would specify that the above wage condition is subject to enforcement by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. The bill would make a project applicant who fails to pay, or fails to ensure the payment of, prevailing wages subject to penalties for failure to pay prevailing wages on a public work. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 1218 (Weber)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law requires the Director of General Services to adopt written policies and guidelines establishing a uniform process for state contracting that provides a disabled veteran business enterprise participation incentive to bidders. This bill would require a greater participation incentive to be provided to a prime contractor who owns a disabled veteran business enterprise, as specified, and has not previously entered into any contracts with the state as a prime contractor, and to a disabled veteran business enterprise that employs a workforce that is more than 50% veterans or that has not previously entered into any contracts with the state.
 
  AB 1270 (Garcia, Eduardo)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would update statutory references to the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 to instead refer to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 and make related conforming changes. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 1280 (Maienschein)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would exempt from sales and use taxes the gross receipts from the sale of, and the storage, use, or other consumption of, tangible personal property sold by, or purchased from, a retailer that is a small business, as defined, on the Saturday following Thanksgiving beginning in 2016. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 1286 (Mayes)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would establish, until January 1, 2022, the California Regulatory Reform Council, composed of 13 members appointed by the Governor, the Senate Committee on Rules, and the Speaker of the Assembly, as specified. This bill would authorize the council, on its own motion, to make reports and recommendations to assist the Legislature and Governor in respect to the holistic impact of all levels of state and local regulations on specific industries operating within the state.
 
  AB 1404 (Grove)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law allow various credits against the taxes imposed by those laws. This bill, for taxable years beginning January 1, 2016, would allow a credit under those laws to an employer who employs in this state, an individual with a disability who may be paid a special minimum wage, and pays the qualified employee a wage equal to or exceeding the minimum wage during the taxable year. The credit would be allowed in an amount equal to the difference between the special minimum wage and the minimum wage. This bill contains other related provisions.
 
  AB 1430 (Cooper)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law authorizes state and local entities to regulate businesses within their jurisdiction. Current law provides various definitions for various purposes. This bill would define a California family owned business for purposes of any provision of the Government Code that explicitly references this definition. This bill would provide Legislative findings and declarations regarding California family owned businesses.
 
  AB 1444 (Garcia, Eduardo)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law, except as specified, prohibits any state agency from expending funds appropriated for design-build projects until the Department of Finance and the State Public Works Board have approved performance criteria for the project. This bill would include among the exceptions to those provisions amounts appropriated for projects at the Salton Sea. This bill contains other related provisions and other current laws.
 
  AB 1445 (Brown)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Small Business Procurement and Contract Act permits a state agency to award a contract for goods, services, or information technology with a value of between $5,000 and $250,000 to a certified small business, including a microbusiness, or to a disabled veteran business enterprise, without complying with specified competitive bidding requirements. This bill would increase the upper limit of the value of those contracts to $500,000.
 
  AB 1506 (Hernández, Roger)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would provide an employer with the right to cure a violation of the requirement that an employer provide its employees with the inclusive dates of the pay period and the name and address of the legal entity that is the employer before an employee may bring a civil action under the Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004. The bill would provide that a violation of that requirement shall only be considered cured upon a showing that the employer has provided a fully compliant, itemized wage statement to each aggrieved employee, as specified.
 
  AB 1556 (Mathis)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current property tax law provides, pursuant to the authorization of the California Constitution, a disabled veterans' property tax exemption for the principal place of residence of a veteran or a veteran's spouse, including an unmarried surviving spouse, if the veteran, because of injury incurred in military service, is blind in both eyes, has lost the use of 2 or more limbs, or is totally disabled, as those terms are defined, or if the veteran has, as a result of a service-connected injury or disease, died while on active duty in military service. This bill, commencing with the lien date for the 2017-18 fiscal year, would instead exempt that portion of the full value of the principal place of residence of a veteran or veteran's spouse that does not exceed $2,100,000, adjusted annually for inflation, as specified.
 
  AB 1559 (Dodd)  
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  Summary: Current law authorizes the State Board of Equalization for good cause to extend the time, not to exceed one month, for a taxpayer, and to extend the time for more than one month for specified persons if a budget for the state has not been adopted by a specified date, to submit any return or pay any amount required to be paid under provisions of the Sales and Use Tax Law, the Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Law, Use Fuel Tax Law, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Tax Law, Alcoholic Beverage Tax Law, Timber Yield Tax, Energy Resources Surcharge Law, Emergency Telephone Users Surcharge Act, Hazardous Substances Tax Law, Integrated Waste Management Fee Law, Oil Spill Response, Prevention, and Administration Fees Law, Underground Storage Tank Maintenance Fee Law, Fee Collection Procedures Law, and Diesel Fuel Tax Law, under specified conditions This bill would authorize the board, in the case of a disaster, as defined, to allow an extension for up to 3 months under the same conditions as the extension for good cause.
 
  AB 1561 (Garcia, Cristina)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would, on and after January 1, 2017, and before January 1, 2022, exempt from sales and use taxes the gross receipts from the sale in this state of, and the storage, use, or other consumption in this state of, tampons, sanitary napkins, menstrual sponges, and menstrual cups. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 1569 (Steinorth)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act a project, or the issuance of a permit for a project, that consists of the inspection, maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, replacement, or removal of, or the addition of an auxiliary lane or bikeway to, existing transportation infrastructure and that meets certain requirements. The bill would require the public agency carrying out the project to take certain actions.
 
  AB 1583 (Santiago)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law requires community college district governing boards to charge students an enrollment fee of $46 per unit per semester. Current law provides for the waiver of this fee under certain circumstances. This bill would lower the amount of unmet financial need a student needs to demonstrate to qualify for a fee waiver to at least one dollar. To the extent the bill would impose new duties on community college districts, it would constitute a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 1643 (Gonzalez)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would prohibit apportionment of permanent disability, in the case of a physical injury occurring on or after January 1, 2017, from being based on pregnancy, menopause, osteoporosis, or carpal tunnel syndrome. The bill would also prohibit apportionment of permanent disability, in the case of a psychiatric injury occurring on or after January 1, 2017, from being based on psychiatric disability or impairment caused by any of those conditions. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 1657 (O'Donnell)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would establish the Zero- and Near-Zero-Emission Intermodal Terminals Program to be administered by the State Air Resources Board to fund equipment upgrades and investments at intermodal terminals, as defined, to help transition the state's freight system to be zero- and near-zero-emission operations. The bill would authorize the program to be implemented with moneys from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 1698 (Hadley)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law continuously appropriates specified portions of the annual proceeds in the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund to various programs related to transportation, affordable housing, and sustainable communities. This bill would discontinue the Electric Program Investment Charge surcharge and repeal the EPIC Fund. The bill would create the Green and Renewable Energy Enlisting New Technologies (GREEN) Fund to fund the GREEN program. The bill would transfer previously collected EPIC moneys to a specified account within the GREEN Fund.
 
  AB 1722 (Wagner)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Under current law, a limited liability company is dissolved, and its activities are required to be wound up, if, among other things, a majority of the members of the limited liability company votes to dissolve. This bill would instead require the vote of 50% or more of the voting interests of the members of the limited liability company to dissolve.
 
  AB 1726 (Bonta)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law requires specified agencies to use additional separate collection categories and other tabulations for major Asian groups and Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander groups, and also requires those agencies to take additional actions, including, among other things, posting, and annually updating, the demographic data collected on their Internet Web sites, and updating the reporting categories to reflect these Asian and Pacific Islander groups as they are reported for the 2020 decennial census. This bill would require the updating of the reporting categories for future decennial censuses.
 
  AB 1727 (Gonzalez)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law relating to employment governs the grant of restraining orders or injunctive relief in labor disputes, as defined. This bill would establish for eligible groups of independent contractors the right to organize and negotiate with hosting platforms, and would declare the activity of such a group to be a labor dispute for purposes of injunctive relief. The bill would require a hosting platform to meet and negotiate with a group on specified subjects. The bill would define terms for those purposes. This bill contains other related provisions and other current laws.
 
  AB 1728 (Wagner)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law authorizes the plaintiff, in an action for the breach of an obligation not arising from contract, when it is proven by clear and convincing evidence that the defendant has been guilty of oppression, fraud, or malice, to recover damages for the sake of example and by way of punishing the defendant in addition to the actual damages. Current law authorizes the court, for good cause, to grant a defendant a protective order requiring the plaintiff to produce evidence of a prima facie case of liability for exemplary damages prior to the introduction of certain evidence. This bill would make a nonsubstantive change to those provisions.
 
  AB 1742 (Stone, Mark)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Under current law, certain amounts are exempt from the calculation of income of the family for purposes of determining the amount of a grant under the CalWORKs program, including specified amounts of disability-based unearned income and earned income. This bill would increase the amount of exempted disability-based unearned income and other earned income, as specified. By increasing county administrative duties relating to the CalWORKs program, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program.
 
  AB 1787 (Gomez)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Ralph M. Brown Act requires a local legislative body to provide an opportunity for members of the public to directly address the body concerning any item described in a notice of meeting. The act authorizes the legislative body to adopt reasonable regulations limiting the total amount of time allocated for public testimony for each individual speaker. This bill, if a local legislative body limits the time for public comment, would require the legislative body to provide at least twice the allotted time to a member of the public who utilizes a translator to ensure that non-English speakers receive the same opportunity to directly address the legislative body, unless simultaneous translation equipment is used to allow the body to hear the translated public testimony simultaneously.
 
  AB 1828 (Dodd)  
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  Summary: The Quentin L. Kopp Conflict of Interest Act requires a party to, or a participant in, an adjudicatory proceeding pending before the State Board of Equalization to disclose on the record of the proceeding any contribution or contributions in an aggregate amount of $250 or more made within the preceding 12 months by the party or participant, or his or her agent, to any member of the board. A person who knowingly or willfully violates any provision of the act is guilty of a misdemeanor. This bill would delete the $250 limitation and instead apply the above-described disclosure and disqualification provisions if a board member receives any contribution or has behested a payment that is reportable pursuant to the Political Reform Act from a party, participant, or agent, as provided.
 
  AB 1835 (Holden)  
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  Summary: Would exempt institutions that grant doctoral degrees in psychoanalysis from the provisions of the California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2009, requiring the imposition of the accreditation requirements if, and as long as, these institutions satisfy specified conditions, including a requirement that all of the institution's students hold master's or doctoral degrees before enrollment in the institution, and a requirement that the institution has obtained accreditation from, or has submitted a self-study application to, the Accreditation Council for Psychoanalytic Education on or before July 1, 2018.
 
  AB 1837 (Low)  
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  Summary: Would establish the Office of Higher Education Performance and Accountability as the statewide postsecondary education coordination and planning entity. The bill would provide for the appointment by the Governor, subject to confirmation by a majority of the membership of the Senate, of an executive director of the office. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 1843 (Stone, Mark)  
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  Summary: Would prohibit an employer from asking an applicant for employment to disclose, or from utilizing as a factor in determining any condition of employment, information concerning or related to an arrest, detention, processing, diversion, supervision, adjudication, or court disposition that occurred while the person was subject to the process and jurisdiction of juvenile court law. The bill, for the purposes of the prohibitions and exceptions described above, would provide that "conviction" excludes an adjudication by a juvenile court or any other court order or action taken with respect to a person who is under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court law, and would make related and conforming changes.
 
  AB 1851 (Gray)  
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  Summary: Would, for purposes of the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project, require the State Air Resources Board, until January 1, 2026, to provide specified rebate amounts for battery electric vehicles, fuel-cell vehicles, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and to implement a process to allow eligible applicants to obtain prompt preapproval from the state board prior to purchasing an eligible vehicle, as specified.
 
  AB 1852 (Lackey)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The State Contracting Act governs state contracts for public works projects and requires that a contract be rewarded to the lowest responsible bidder, as specified. This act requires contracts awarded by state agencies to be submitted to the Attorney General or the appointed attorney as specified, and provides that the contract is not binding on the state until the attorney finds it to be in accordance with the act. This bill would make a nonsubstantive change to that provision.
 
  AB 1856 (Dababneh)  
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  Summary: Current law establishes procedures by which a person may claim a refund for an overpayment of the taxes, fees, and surcharges imposed by the Sales and Use Tax Law, the Use Fuel Tax Law, the Cigarette and Tobacco Products Tax Law, the Alcoholic Beverage Tax Law, the Energy Resources Surcharge Law, the Emergency Telephone Users Surcharge Act, the Hazardous Substances Tax Law, the Integrated Waste Management Fee Law, the Oil Spill Response, Prevention, and Administration Fees Law, the Underground Storage Tank Maintenance Fee Law, and the Diesel Fuel Tax Law, and of taxes, fees, and surcharges imposed in accordance with the Fee Collection Procedures Law. This bill would, with respect to each of the above-described laws, provide that a claim that is otherwise valid that is made in the case in which the amount of tax determined, as defined, has not been paid in full is deemed a timely filed claim for refund with respect to all subsequent payments applied to that determination. The bill would specify that its provisions apply only to claims for refund on or after its effective date.
 
  AB 1861 (Kim)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Bergeson-Peace Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank Act establishes the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank Fund, a continuously appropriated fund, except as specified, in the State Treasury for the purpose of implementing the act. This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to these provisions.
 
  AB 1862 (Kim)  
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  Summary: Current law creates the Small Business Expansion Fund to provide guarantees to loans offered by financial institutions and financial companies to small businesses. Current law prohibits a corporation from issuing a guarantee pursuant to these provisions unless it makes specified determinations. This bill would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to these provisions.
 
  AB 1868 (Wagner)  
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  Summary: Current law requires an agency to mail a notice of proposed action to specified entities at least 45 days prior to the hearing and close of the public comment period on the adoption, amendment, or repeal of a regulation, and to publish the notice of proposed action in the California Regulatory Notice Register as proposed by the Office of Administrative Law. This bill would require the Office of Administrative Law to send a link to an Internet Web site, where this published information is posted, to the appropriate Senate and Assembly policy committee secretaries via electronic mail, if the notice includes particular information relating to economic and cost impacts of the regulation on businesses and private persons
 
  AB 1881 (Chang)  
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  Summary: Would require the Director of Technology to develop, tailor, and subsequently review and revise baseline security controls for the state based on emerging industry standards and baseline security controls published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The bill would require state agencies to comply with, and prohibit state agencies from tailoring their individual baseline security controls to fall below, the state baseline security controls. The bill would require that the director's annual information technology performance report also assess and measure the state's progress toward developing, tailoring, and complying with the state baseline security controls.
 
  AB 1890 (Dodd)  
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  Summary: Would enact the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act of 2016. The bill would require an employer with a contract with the state that amounts to $50,000 or more that either is required by federal regulations to submit an EEO-1 report to the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or has 100 or more employees in the state to submit a nondiscrimination program to the department and to submit periodic reports of its compliance with that program, no more than annually, on a schedule to be determined by the department. The bill would require the department to make these programs and reports available to the Commission on the Status of Women and Girls.
 
  AB 1922 (Daly)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would prohibit an ancillary agreement, as defined, to a workers' compensation insurance policy from being issued by an insurer to a California employer, as defined, unless the insurer files a copy of the ancillary agreement with a rating organization and 30 days have expired from the date the ancillary agreement is received by the Insurance Commissioner from the rating organization without notice from the commissioner unless the commissioner gives written approval of the ancillary agreement prior to that time.
 
  AB 1948 (Wagner)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law prohibits an employer from requiring an employee to work during a meal or rest or recovery period and establishes as a penalty for an employer's failure to provide a mandated meal or rest or recovery period the payment by the employer to the employee of one additional hour of pay at the employee's regular rate of compensation for each workday that the meal or rest or recovery period is not provided. This bill would make that penalty the entire penalty amount to be awarded to an employee for a violation of that prohibition. The bill would prohibit the imposition of civil or criminal penalties under specific statutes if an employee recovers under these provisions, based on the same missed meal or rest period.
 
  AB 1955 (Wilk)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require a state agency procuring information technology goods or services to give a preference to vendors that carry cybersecurity insurance.
 
  AB 1969 (Steinorth)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law establishes the California Homebuyer's Downpayment Assistance Program, which requires the California Housing Finance Agency to, among other things, administer a program that provides downpayment assistance, including deferred-payment, low-interest, junior mortgage loans to reduce principal and interest payments, that makes financing affordable to first-time low- and moderate-income home buyers, pursuant to specified terms. This bill would appropriate $10,000,000 from the General Fund to the California Homebuyer's Downpayment Assistance Program for the purposes of the downpayment assistance program described above.
 
  AB 1981 (Mayes)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The California Environmental Quality Act requires the lead agency to determine whether a project may have a significant effect on the environment based on substantial evidence in light of the whole record. This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to that provision.
 
  AB 2021 (Ridley-Thomas)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would allow an international election observer, as defined, to be provided uniform and nondiscriminatory access to all stages of the election process that are open to the public. This bill would prohibit an international election observer from interfering with a voter in the preparation or casting of the voter's ballot, with a precinct board member of an elections official in the performance of his or her duties, or with the orderly conduct of an election.
 
  AB 2034 (Salas)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law, until January 1, 2017, provides that the State of California consents to the jurisdiction of the federal courts with regard to the compliance, discharge, or enforcement of the responsibilities the Department of Transportation assumed as a participant in the surface transportation project delivery program. This bill would delete the January 1, 2017, repeal date and thereby extend these provisions indefinitely.
 
  AB 2047 (Mullin)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Sales and Use Tax Law imposes a tax on retailers measured by the gross receipts from the sale of tangible personal property sold at retail in this state, or on the storage, use, or other consumption in this state of tangible personal property purchased from a retailer for storage, use, or other consumption in this state. This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to the provision designating the Sales and Use Tax Law.
 
  AB 2050 (Steinorth)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require a health care service plan contract or health insurance policy issued, amended, or renewed on or after January 1, 2017, that provides coverage for prescription drug benefits to implement a medication synchronization program for the dispensing of prescription drugs by a single retail network pharmacy so that prescriptions that are refilled at the same frequency may be filled concurrently for the purpose of improving medication adherence or if it is in the best interest of the enrollee or insured, as specified.
 
  AB 2055 (Gipson)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would, beginning in the 2018-19 fiscal year, reserve 25% of the aggregate amount of credits for taxpayers that make qualified sustainable freight investments, as defined, and would require the Franchise Tax Board to review the books and records of these taxpayers to ensure compliance with the taxpayer's written agreement with GO-Biz. The bill would also make findings relating to California' s seaports and trade corridors and zero-emission and near-zero-emission technology. This bill contains other related provisions.
 
  AB 2093 (Steinorth)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law requires a commercial property owner or lessor to state on every lease form or rental agreement executed on or after July 1, 2013, whether the property has been determined by a CASp to meet all applicable construction-related accessibility standards. This bill would require the commercial property owner or lessor to state on every lease form or rental agreement executed on or after January 1, 2017, whether or not the premises have been inspected by a CASp specialist.
 
  AB 2095 (Allen, Travis)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require the Legislative Analyst's Office to conduct or cause to be conducted a study comparing the purchase or administration of brand name prescription medications through the Medi-Cal program to the purchase or administration of biosimilars through the Medi-Cal program, as specified. The bill would require the study to cover the 2013-14 and 2014-15 fiscal years and to be completed on or before January 1, 2018.
 
  AB 2105 (Rodriguez)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require the Department of Consumer Affairs, by January 1, 2020, to engage in a stakeholder process to update policies and remove barriers to facilitate the development of earn and learn training programs in the allied health professions, including barriers identified in the report described above, as specified.
 
  AB 2110 (Dahle)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law, the California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act, requires a beverage distributor to pay a redemption payment in a specified amount for every beverage container sold or offered for sale in the state to the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for deposit in the California Beverage Container Recycling Fund. This bill would nonsubstantively recast that provision.
 
  AB 2115 (Wood)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law requires specified health care service plans and health insurers to provide to individuals who cease to be enrolled in individual or group health care coverage a notice informing those individuals that they may be eligible for reduced-cost coverage through the California Health Benefit Exchange or no-cost coverage through Medi-Cal. This bill would require, on and after January 1, 2018, that the notice include a statement indicating that additional information on low- or no-cost programs for health care and prescription medicines may be found on the Office of the Patient Advocate's Internet Web site. The bill would require the Department of Insurance, the Department of Managed Health Care, the Office of the Patient Advocate, and the California Health Benefit Exchange to develop the statement no later than July 1, 2017.
 
  AB 2126 (Mullin)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law authorizes the Department of Transportation to use the Construction Manager/General Contractor method on no more than 6 projects, and requires 4 out of the 6 projects to use department employees or consultants under contract with the department to perform all project design and engineering services, as specified. This bill would authorize the department to use this method on 12 projects and would require 8 out of the 12 projects to use department employees or consultants under contract with the department to perform all project design and engineering services
 
  AB 2170 (Frazier)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006 (Proposition 1B) created the Trade Corridors Improvement Fund and provided for allocation by the California Transportation Commission of $2 billion in bond funds for infrastructure improvements on highway and rail corridors that have a high volume of freight movement, and specified categories of projects eligible to receive these funds. Current law continues the Trade Corridors Improvement Fund in existence in order to receive revenues from sources other than the bond act for these purposes. This bill would require revenues apportioned to the state from the National Highway Freight Program established by the federal Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act to be allocated for trade corridor improvement projects approved pursuant to these provisions.
 
  AB 2178 (Chiu)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would authorize an applicant to file an application for qualification of the offer or sale of a security by crowdfunding permit if certain conditions are met, including that the total offering of securities by the applicant to be sold in a 12-month period, within or outside this state, is limited to $1,000,000, less a specified amount; the aggregate amount of securities sold to any investor, including any amount sold during the 12-month period preceding the date of the transaction, does not exceed the lesser of $5,000 or 10% of the net worth of that natural person; the transaction is conducted through an intermediary, and the issuer will not, directly or indirectly, conduct any unsolicited telephone solicitation of the securities offered.
 
  AB 2184 (Low)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law, no later than July 1, 2005, required the Board of Equalization to submit a report to the Legislature that evaluates the average actual costs, including labor, for applying indicia or impressions, bonding, warehousing, and leasing stamping equipment, including case cutters and packers, associated with applying stamps or meter impressions to cigarette packages and requires that report to be updated every 2 years. This bill instead would require a report making the same evaluation to be submitted to the Legislature no later than January 1, 2018, and would require that report to be updated and submitted to the Legislature every 2 years.
 
  AB 2197 (Garcia, Cristina)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law prohibits the payment of unemployment benefits to specified educational institution employees of a public entity other than teachers, researchers, or administrators between 2 academic years, except as specified, but provides a procedure for this 2nd category of educational employees, under certain conditions, to seek payment of retroactive unemployment benefits for the period between 2 academic years. Current law requires specified notice regarding reasonable assurance of employment in the following academic term be sent to employees before the end of the current academic term. This bill would delete the prohibition on the payment of unemployment benefits to education employees of a public school, other than teachers, researchers, and administrators, as specified, between 2 academic years.
 
  AB 2203 (Eggman)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would establish, within the Government Operations Agency, the Department of Customer Service to be headed by a Director of Customer Service, who would be appointed by, and serve at the pleasure of, the Governor. The bill would require the director to engage the agency to promote an understanding of customer service and ensure the agency is making administrative decisions that serve customer needs.
 
  AB 2204 (Eggman)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would establish the Office of Digital Services, within a proposed Department of Customer Service, to be headed by a Director of Customer Service. The bill would require the office to, among other things, provide teams, on an as-needed basis, of technologists, engineers, designers, and other qualified individuals with technology skills to state agencies and departments to solve technology issues and create technology tools and platforms. The bill would make related legislative findings.
 
  AB 2237 (Olsen)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would establish a program for purposes of providing grants to school districts for the establishment of up to 100 partnership academies dedicated to training young people in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) occupations.
 
  AB 2270 (Bonta)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Small Business Financial Assistance Act of 2013 authorizes bank programs to offer surety bond guarantees. The act prohibits a corporation from guaranteeing any loan unless and until it makes specified determinations, including that there is a low probability that the surety bond would be granted by a financial institution or financial company under reasonable terms or conditions, and the beneficiary has demonstrated a reasonable prospect of successful completion of the project. This bill would modify that prohibition to refer to a surety bond instead of a loan and would add private bonding companies to those entities considered when calculating the probability that a surety bond would be granted.
 
  AB 2344 (Chang)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current state law provides that the California Workforce Development Board is the body responsible for assisting the Governor in the development, oversight, and continuous improvement of California’s workforce investment system and the alignment of the education and workforce investment systems to the needs of the 21st century economy and workforce. This bill would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation to promote and improve workforce development.
 
  AB 2358 (Gonzalez)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would ratify the tribal-state gaming compact entered into between the State of California and the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Mission Indians, executed on August 4, 2016. The bill would provide that, in deference to tribal sovereignty, certain actions are not projects for the purposes of CEQA. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  AB 2395 (Low)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require a telephone corporation that is transitioning to IP enabled services and networks to complete a customer education and outreach program before seeking to withdraw traditional circuit-switched and other legacy telephone services. The education and outreach program would be required to explain the transition from legacy public switched telephone network services regulated by the commission to IP enabled services, the benefits and advantages of IP enabled services, a description of the advanced services available to consumers, and information regarding the projected timeframes for the transition, including that withdrawal of any voice grade single-line telephone service will not take place prior to January 1, 2020.
 
  AB 2412 (Chang)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would, commencing with the 2017-18 academic year, establish an incentive grant program for the completion of industry-recognized credentials, as defined, in specified occupational areas by students enrolled at participating campuses of the California Community Colleges. The bill would provide for the administration of this program, and the distribution of the incentive grant awards, by the Office of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges. This bill contains other related provisions.
 
  AB 2452 (Quirk)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law generally requires contracts by the state for the acquisition of goods and services be awarded pursuant to various procedures and requirements. Currentlaw exempts specified projects and types of contracts from those procedures and requirements. The California Council on Science and Technology is a nonpartisan, impartial, not-for-profit corporation, created in 1988 by legislative resolution. This bill would authorize state entities, as defined, to enter into contracts with the council for the council's assistance in translating scientific studies to inform public policy.
 
  AB 2472 (Linder)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Personal Income Tax Law allows various credits against the taxes imposed by that law. This bill, for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2017, and before January 1, 2019, would allow a credit under the Personal Income Tax Law in an amount equal to 50% of the amounts paid or incurred during the taxable year by a qualified disabled veteran for the ownership and maintenance of a qualified animal, not to exceed $1,500 for a taxable year. The bill would require the amount of the credit to be multiplied by the tax credit adjustment factor, as specified. This bill would take effect immediately as a tax levy.
 
  SB 3 (Leno)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require the State Department of Social Services, in consultation with stakeholders, to convene a workgroup to implement paid sick leave for in-home supportive services providers and to issue guidance in that regard by December 1, 2017. The bill would authorize the department to implement that paid sick leave without complying with the Administrative Procedure Act. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
 
  SB 8 (Hertzberg)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would state legislative findings regarding the Upward Mobility Act, key provisions of which would expand the application of the Sales and Use Tax law by imposing a tax on specified services, would enhance the state's business climate , would incentivize entrepreneurship and business creation by evaluating the corporate tax, and would examine the impacts of a lower and simpler personal income tax. This bill contains other related provisions.
 
  SB 148 (McGuire)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would enact numerous provisions specifying computations to determine the funding, pursuant to the local control funding formula, of school districts that are, or proposed to be, affected by the various types of actions that may be undertaken to reorganize districts, as defined. This bill contains other existing laws.
 
  SB 197 (Block)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would authorize a licensed finance lender to compensate an unlicensed person in connection with the referral, as defined, of one or more prospective borrowers to the licensee for a commercial loan if certain requirements are met. These requirements would include, among other things, that the referral leads to the consummation of a commercial loan, the loan contract provides for an annual percentage rate that does not exceed a certain percentage, the licensed finance lender obtains documentation from the prospective borrower documenting the borrower's commercial status, and that the licensee maintains records of compensation paid to an unlicensed person, as specified.
 
  SB 251 (Roth)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law requires that a demand letter alleging a violation of a construction-related accessibility standard or asserting a construction-related accessibility claim include specified information, and that copies of the demand letter be sent to the State Bar of California. Current law repeals the requirement that a copy of a demand letter be sent to the State Bar of California on January 1, 2016. This bill would extend the above-described January 1, 2016, repeal date, to January 1, 2019.
 
  SB 269 (Roth)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law specifies that a violation of construction-related accessibility standards personally encountered by a plaintiff may be sufficient to cause a denial of full and equal access if the plaintiff experienced difficulty, discomfort, or embarrassment because of the violation. This bill would, for claims filed on and after its effective date, establish a rebuttable presumption, for the purpose of an award of minimum statutory damages, that certain technical violations do not cause a plaintiff to experience difficulty, discomfort, or embarrassment, if specified conditions are met.
 
  SB 272 (Hertzberg)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require each local agency, except a local educational agency, in implementing the California Public Records Act, to create a catalog of enterprise systems, as defined, to make the catalog publicly available upon request in the office of the person or officer designated by the agency's legislative body, and to post the catalog on the local agency's Internet Web site.
 
  SB 350 (De León)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law establishes the California Renewables Portfolio Standards (RPS) Program, which is codified in the Public Utilities Act, with the target to increase the amount of electricity generated per year from eligible renewable energy resources to an amount that equals at least 33% of the total electricity sold to retail customers per year by December 31, 2020. This bill would require that the amount of electricity generated and sold to retail customers per year from eligible renewable energy resources be increased to 50% by December 31, 2030, as provided.
 
  SB 358 (Jackson)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law makes it a misdemeanor for an employer or other person acting either individually or as an officer, agent, or employee of another person to pay or cause to be paid to any employee a wage less than the rate paid to an employee of the opposite sex as required by specified provisions, or who reduces the wages of any employee in order to comply with these provisions. This bill would revise that prohibition to eliminate the requirement that the wage differential be within the same establishment, and instead would prohibit an employer from paying any of its employees at wage rates less than those paid to employees of the opposite sex for substantially similar work, when viewed as a composite of skill, effort, and responsibility, as specified.
 
  SB 380 (Pavley)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require the State Oil and Gas Supervisor to continue the prohibition against Southern California Gas Company injecting any natural gas into the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility located in the County of Los Angeles until a comprehensive review of the safety of the gas storage wells at the facility is completed, as specified, the supervisor determines that well integrity has been ensured by the review, the risks of failures identified in the review have been addressed, the supervisor's duty to prevent damage to life, health, property, and natural resources, and other requirements is satisfied, and the Executive Director of the Public Utilities Commission has concurred via letter with the supervisor regarding his or her determination of safety.
 
  SB 878 (Leyva)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Would require an employer, which includes a grocery store establishment, restaurant, or retail store establishment, to provide its employees with a work schedule at least 7 calendar days prior to the first shift on that work schedule, except as specified. The bill would require an employer, except as specified, to pay its employees modification pay for each previously scheduled shift that the employer cancels or moves to another date or time, for any previously unscheduled shift that the employer requires an employee to work, or for each on-call shift for which an employee is required to be available but is not called in to work that shift.
 
  SB 898 (Nguyen)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Current law provides for various exemptions from sales and use taxes, including an exemption for certain sales of human blood and containers thereof. This bill, until January 1, 2022, would exempt from those taxes the gross receipts from the sale in this state of, and the storage, use, or other consumption in this state of, animal whole blood, plasma, blood products, and blood derivatives, sold by a nonprofit animal blood banking business for use in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of injury or disease in animals pursuant to a specified state law.
 
  SB 936 (Hertzberg)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: The Small Business Financial Assistance Act of 2013 requires guarantees made by small business financial development corporations to be backed by funds on deposit in the corporation's trust fund account or by receivables due from funds loaned from the corporation's trust fund account to another fund in state government, as specified, and requires these loan guarantees to be secured by a reserve of at least 20%, until January 1, 2018, and 25% thereafter, as specified. This bill would reduce the required reserve to 10% indefinitely and would make conforming changes with respect to related statements of legislative intent.
 
  SB 1176 (Galgiani)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: Under the Small Business Procurement and Contract Act, current law defines a "small business" as an independently owned and operated business that is not dominant in its field of operation that has average annual gross receipts of $10 million, as may be adjusted to reflect changes in the California Consumer Price Index, or less over the previous 3 years. Current law defines a "microbusiness" as a small business which, together with affiliates, has average annual gross receipts of $2.5 million. This bill would revise those definitions by increasing the dollar amount threshold for a small business to $15 million and for a microbusiness to $5 million and would require those dollar amounts to be adjusted to reflect changes in the California Consumer Price Index biennially.
 
  SCR 92 (Pan)  
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  Status: -
  Summary: This measure would proclaim January 13, 2016, as Korean-American Day.

Total Measures: 102

Total Tracking Forms: 102



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