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Legislative Bill Index: 2011-12 Legislative Session

  • AB 1 (Alejo): Water quality: integrated plan: Salinas Valley.
  • AB 2 (Morrell): Sex offenders: parole violations.
  • AB 3 (Bocanegra): Income taxes: credits: film.
  • AB 4 (Ammiano): State government: federal immigration policy enforcement.
  • AB 5 (Ammiano): Homelessness.
  • AB 6 (Gorell): Income tax credits: prewiring for alternative energy sources.
  • AB 7 (Wieckowski): Oil and gas: hydraulic fracturing.
  • AB 8 (Perea and Skinner): Alternative fuel and vehicle technologies: funding programs.
  • AB 9 (Holden): Income taxes: credits: enterprise zone.
  • AB 10 (Alejo): Minimum wage: annual adjustment.
  • AB 11 (Logue): Employees: reserve peace officers and emergency rescue personnel.
  • AB 12 (Cooley): State government: Administrative Procedure Act: standardized regulatory impact analyses.
  • AB 13 (Chávez and Quirk-Silva): Nonresident tuition exemption: veterans.
  • AB 14 (Lowenthal): State freight plan.
  • AB 15 (Bradford): Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: inmates: parole and postrelease supervision.
  • AB 16 (John A. Pérez): Domestic violence: corporal injury.
  • AB 17 (Hueso): Vehicles: enhanced driver’s license.
  • AB 18 (Pan): Health care coverage: pediatric oral care benefits.
  • AB 19 (Ting): Internet Voting Pilot Program.
  • AB 20 (Waldron): Obscene matter: minors.
  • AB 21 (Alejo and V. Manuel Pérez): Safe Drinking Water Small Community Emergency Grant Fund.
  • AB 22 (Blumenfield): Sidewalks: repairs.
  • AB 23 (Donnelly): State responsibility areas: fire prevention fees.
  • AB 24 (Buchanan): Budget Act of 2012.
  • AB 25 (Campos): Employment: social media.
  • AB 26 (Bonilla): Construction: prevailing wage and mechanics liens.
  • AB 27 (Medina): Vehicles: registration: one-trip permits.
  • AB 28 (V. Manuel Pérez): Economic development: enterprise zones.
  • AB 29 (Williams): Proposition 39: implementation.
  • AB 30 (Perea): Water quality.
  • AB 31 (Pan): Milk products: milk prices: dairy industry sustainability.
  • AB 32 (John A. Pérez): Insurance taxes: income taxes: credits: community development financial institution investments.
  • AB 33 (Perea): Income taxes: credit: patent licensing.
  • AB 34 (Roger Hernández): State historical resources.
  • AB 35 (Roger Hernández): Deferred action for childhood arrivals.
  • AB 36 (Dahle): Probation officer: appointments.
  • AB 37 (Perea): Unemployment insurance: reporting requirements: status of funds.
  • AB 38 (John A. Pérez): The Office of Farm to Fork.
  • AB 39 (Skinner): Energy: conservation: financial assistance.
  • AB 40 (Mansoor): Substance abuse: recovery and treatment facilities.
  • AB 41 (Buchanan): School facilities.
  • AB 42 (Perea): Taxation: cancellation of indebtedness: mortgage debt forgiveness.
  • AB 43 (Bocanegra): Sales and use taxes: claim for refund: customer refunds.
  • AB 44 (Buchanan): Subletting and Subcontracting Fair Practices Act: bidding practices.
  • AB 45 (Dickinson): Political Reform Act of 1974.
  • AB 46 (Pan): California State University: trustees.
  • AB 47 (Gatto): Emergency telephone system: abuse.
  • AB 48 (Skinner): Firearms: large-capacity magazines.
  • AB 49 (Buchanan): License plates: breast cancer awareness.
  • AB 50 (Pan): Health care coverage: Medi-Cal: eligibility.
  • AB 51 (Logue and Morrell): Public postsecondary education: Baccalaureate Degree Pilot Program.
  • AB 52 (Gatto): Native Americans: California Environmental Quality Act.
  • AB 53 (John A. Pérez): Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development: biennial California Economic Development Strategic Plan.
  • AB 54 (Gorell): Elections: ballot measure.
  • AB 55 (Roger Hernández): State holidays: Native American Day.
  • AB 56 (Weber): School facilities: carbon monoxide devices.
  • AB 57 (Yamada): Agricultural conservation easements.
  • AB 58 (Wieckowski): Medical experiments: human subjects.
  • AB 59 (Bonta): Claims.
  • AB 60 (Alejo): Driver’s licenses: eligibility: required documentation.
  • AB 61 (Gatto): Parking: parking meters.
  • AB 62 (Hueso and V. Manuel Pérez): State Highway Route 86: relinquishment.
  • AB 63 (Patterson): Electronic monitoring: removing or disabling.
  • AB 64 (Donnelly and Linder): Vehicles: fifth-wheel travel trailers.
  • AB 65 (Achadjian and Lowenthal): Crimes: sex crimes.
  • AB 66 (Muratsuchi): Electricity: system reliability.
  • AB 67 (Chávez and Gorell and Olsen): Public postsecondary education: funding.
  • AB 68 (Maienschein): Parole.
  • AB 69 (Perea): Groundwater: drinking water: Nitrate at Risk Fund.
  • AB 70 (Morrell): Budget Bill: public availability.
  • AB 71 (Hueso and V. Manuel Pérez): Salton Sea restoration.
  • AB 72 (Holden and Roger Hernández): Municipal water district: board of directors.
  • AB 73 (Blumenfield): 2013–14 Budget.
  • AB 74 (Committee on Budget): Human services.
  • AB 75 (Committee on Budget): Alcohol and drug programs.
  • AB 76 (Committee on Budget): State government.
  • AB 77 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2013: public resources.
  • AB 78 (Committee on Budget): Energy: Proposition 39 implementation.
  • AB 79 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2013.
  • AB 80 (Committee on Budget): Drought relief.
  • AB 81 (Committee on Budget): Public safety: domestic abuse.
  • AB 82 (Committee on Budget): Health.
  • AB 83 (Committee on Budget): Public health: Medi-Cal managed care plan taxes.
  • AB 84 (Conway and John A. Pérez): Corrections.
  • AB 85 (Committee on Budget): Health and human services.
  • AB 86 (Committee on Budget): Education finance: education omnibus trailer bill.
  • AB 87 (Committee on Budget): Investment in Mental Health Wellness Act of 2013.
  • AB 88 (Buchanan): School finance: new pupil funding formula.
  • AB 89 (Committee on Budget): Developmental services.
  • AB 90 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2013.
  • AB 91 (Blumenfield): Transportation.
  • AB 92 (Committee on Budget): State government.
  • AB 93 (Committee on Budget): Economic development: taxation: credits, deductions, exemptions, and net operating losses.
  • AB 94 (Committee on Budget): Education finance: higher education.
  • AB 95 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2012: augmentation.
  • AB 96 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2013.
  • AB 97 (Committee on Budget): School finance.
  • AB 98 (Committee on Budget): Property insurance: Seismic Safety Account.
  • AB 99 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2013.
  • AB 100 (Committee on Budget): Medi-Cal: managed care: long-term services and supports: in-home supportive services.
  • AB 101 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2013.
  • AB 102 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2013: public resources.
  • AB 103 (Committee on Budget): School finance: local control funding formula.
  • AB 104 (Committee on Budget): Public health.
  • AB 105 (Committee on Budget): Active Transportation Program.
  • AB 106 (Committee on Budget): Economic development: taxation: credits.
  • AB 107 (Committee on Budget): Health.
  • AB 108 (Committee on Budget): State employees: memoranda of understanding.
  • AB 109 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2013.
  • AB 110 (Blumenfield): Budget Act of 2013.
  • AB 111 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2012.
  • AB 112 (Committee on Budget): In-home supportive services.
  • AB 113 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2012.
  • AB 114 (Salas and V. Manuel Pérez): Proposition 39: implementation: workforce development.
  • AB 115 (Perea): Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.
  • AB 116 (Bocanegra): Land use: subdivision maps: expiration dates.
  • AB 117 (Cooley): State government: financial and administrative accountability.
  • AB 118 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.
  • AB 119 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Water treatment devices.
  • AB 120 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Underground storage tanks: school districts.
  • AB 121 (Dickinson): Counties: disposition of real property.
  • AB 122 (Rendon): Energy improvements: financing.
  • AB 123 (Bonta): Pupil instruction: social sciences: farm labor movement: Filipinos.
  • AB 124 (Morrell): State responsibility areas: fire prevention fees.
  • AB 125 (Wieckowski): State teachers’ retirement: executive and managerial positions.
  • AB 126 (Hall): Time shares: management and governance.
  • AB 127 (Skinner): Fire safety: fire retardants: building insulation.
  • AB 128 (Bradford): Peace officers: airport law enforcement.
  • AB 129 (Dickinson): Lawful money: alternative currency.
  • AB 130 (Alejo): Health care districts: chief executive officers: benefits.
  • AB 131 (Williams): Voter registration: affidavits: rebuttable presumptions.
  • AB 132 (Holden): Personal income taxes: retirement plans: early distributions.
  • AB 133 (Hagman): Instructional materials: digital format.
  • AB 134 (Logue): The California Public Records Act: applications for licenses and licenses to carry firearms.
  • AB 135 (Buchanan): School employees: child abuse: reporting.
  • AB 136 (Buchanan): School facilities: sale or lease of real property: advisory committee.
  • AB 137 (Buchanan): Pupil instruction: civics.
  • AB 138 (Olsen): Public postsecondary education: undergraduate tuition and mandatory systemwide fees.
  • AB 139 (Holden): Domestic violence: fees.
  • AB 140 (Dickinson): Undue influence.
  • AB 141 (Gorell): Ports: appropriation: Port Hueneme shoreline protection.
  • AB 142 (Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife): Water resources: infrastructure.
  • AB 143 (Holden): Use taxes: exemption: Armed Forces: National Guard: transfer orders.
  • AB 144 (Wilk): Education: authorized classes and courses of instruction: technology.
  • AB 145 (Perea and Rendon): State Water Resources Control Board: drinking water.
  • AB 146 (Olsen): State Capitol: location of California American Portuguese Veterans Memorial.
  • AB 147 (V. Manuel Pérez): Environment: Salton Sea: dust mitigation.
  • AB 148 (V. Manuel Pérez): Salton Sea restoration.
  • AB 149 (Weber): Voting rights: county probation departments.
  • AB 150 (Olsen): State parks: armed services: fee waiver.
  • AB 151 (Olsen): Local government: disabled veterans: assistance.
  • AB 152 (Yamada): Unemployment: Self-Employment Assistance Program.
  • AB 153 (Bonilla): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: offsets.
  • AB 154 (Atkins): Abortion.
  • AB 155 (Alejo): Monterey County Water Resources Agency: Salinas River Management Program.
  • AB 156 (Holden): Human trafficking: interception of electronic communications.
  • AB 157 (Campos): Protective orders: credibly impersonating and falsely personating.
  • AB 158 (Levine): Solid waste: single-use carryout bags.
  • AB 159 (Chávez): Public postsecondary education: tuition and mandatory systemwide fees.
  • AB 160 (Alejo): California Public Employees’ Pension Reform Act of 2013: exceptions.
  • AB 161 (Campos): Restraining orders.
  • AB 162 (Holden): Wireless telecommunications: 911 emergency assistance.
  • AB 163 (Atkins): Sales and use taxes: exemption: military thrift store.
  • AB 164 (Wieckowski): Infrastructure financing.
  • AB 165 (Beth Gaines): Commercial fishing: crayfish.
  • AB 166 (Roger Hernández): Pupil instruction: financial literacy.
  • AB 167 (Hagman): Unfair competition: private enforcement actions.
  • AB 168 (Wilk): Local government finance: vehicle license fee revenues: allocations.
  • AB 169 (Dickinson): Unsafe handguns.
  • AB 170 (Bradford): Assault weapons and .50 BMG rifles.
  • AB 171 (Chávez): Department of Veterans Affairs: consolidation of services to veterans.
  • AB 172 (Weber): State agency contracts: microbusiness preference.
  • AB 173 (Weber): Postsecondary education: Small Business Procurement and Contract Act.
  • AB 174 (Bonta): Public school health centers.
  • AB 175 (V. Manuel Pérez): Health care coverage.
  • AB 176 (Campos): Family law: protective and restraining orders.
  • AB 177 (V. Manuel Pérez): Renewable energy resources: electrical corporations: procurement plans.
  • AB 178 (Beth Gaines): Highways: exit information signs.
  • AB 179 (Bocanegra and Levine): Public transit: electronic transit fare collection systems: disclosure of personal information.
  • AB 180 (Bonta): Registration and licensing of firearms: City of Oakland.
  • AB 181 (Logue): Public postsecondary education: Baccalaureate Degree Pilot Program: University of California.
  • AB 182 (Buchanan and Hueso): Bonds: school districts and community college districts.
  • AB 183 (Dickinson): Delta Protection Commission: executive director: comprehensive long-term resource management plan: determination of consistency.
  • AB 184 (Gatto): Statute of limitations.
  • AB 185 (Roger Hernández): Open and public meetings: televised meetings.
  • AB 186 (Maienschein): Professions and vocations: military spouses: temporary licenses.
  • AB 187 (Bonta and Dickinson): Taxation: ammunition: School-Based Early Mental Health Intervention and Prevention Services Matching Grant Program: Public Safety Emergency Prevention Fund.
  • AB 188 (Ammiano): Property taxation: change in ownership.
  • AB 189 (Buchanan): Energy: solar energy systems: funding.
  • AB 190 (Buchanan): Electricity: solar energy systems.
  • AB 191 (Bocanegra): CalFresh: categorical eligibility.
  • AB 192 (Hagman): Zoning violation: hotel operation.
  • AB 193 (Logue): Local ballot measures: arguments.
  • AB 194 (Campos): Open meetings: actions for violations.
  • AB 195 (Hall): Counties: construction projects: design-build.
  • AB 196 (Mansoor): Foster parent evaluations.
  • AB 197 (Stone): CalWORKs eligibility: asset limits: vehicles.
  • AB 198 (Wieckowski): Debtor exemptions.
  • AB 199 (Holden): Institutional purchasers: sale of California produce.
  • AB 200 (Hagman): Education finance: categorical programs.
  • AB 201 (Holden): Office of Small Business Advocate: small business financial development corporations: Internet Web site information.
  • AB 202 (Donnelly): School security: School Marshal Plan.
  • AB 203 (Stone): California Coastal Commission: restoration and cease and desist orders: report.
  • AB 204 (Wilk): Vehicles: green vehicles: fees.
  • AB 205 (Pan): Public employees’ retirement: pension fund management.
  • AB 206 (Dickinson): Vehicles: length limitations: buses: bicycle transportation devices.
  • AB 207 (Rendon): Marine resources and preservation.
  • AB 208 (Gorell): State employees: additional compensation.
  • AB 209 (Pan): Medi-Cal: managed care: quality, accessibility, and utilization.
  • AB 210 (Wieckowski): Transactions and use taxes: County of Alameda and the County of Contra Costa.
  • AB 211 (Wilk): Unfair competition: enforcement.
  • AB 212 (Lowenthal): Unclaimed property.
  • AB 213 (Logue): Healing arts: licensure and certification requirements: military experience.
  • AB 214 (Skinner): Voting: state of emergency.
  • AB 215 (Buchanan): School employees: dismissal or suspension: hearings.
  • AB 216 (Maienschein and Stone): High school graduation requirements: pupils in foster care.
  • AB 217 (Bradford): Electricity: solar electricity: low-income households.
  • AB 218 (Dickinson): Employment applications: criminal history.
  • AB 219 (Perea): Health care coverage: cancer treatment.
  • AB 220 (Ting): Sales and use taxes: exemption: low-emission vehicles.
  • AB 221 (Quirk-Silva): Recycled concrete.
  • AB 222 (Cooley): Crimes: enhancements: punishment: state prison.
  • AB 223 (Olsen): Civil actions: disabled access.
  • AB 224 (Gordon): Agricultural products: direct marketing: community-supported agriculture.
  • AB 225 (Nestande): Medium-speed electric vehicles.
  • AB 226 (Atkins): Classified employees: school police: workweek.
  • AB 227 (Gatto): Proposition 65: enforcement.
  • AB 228 (Logue): Labor Commissioner: employee claims.
  • AB 229 (John A. Pérez): Local government: infrastructure and revitalization financing districts.
  • AB 230 (Maienschein): Youth athletic programs: background checks.
  • AB 231 (Gomez and Ting): Firearms: criminal storage.
  • AB 232 (Ting): Firearms: buyback program.
  • AB 233 (Wieckowski): Wage garnishment: restrictions: student loans.
  • AB 234 (Gatto): Claims against the state: payment.
  • AB 235 (Gatto): State claims.
  • AB 236 (Rendon): State employees: memorandum of understanding.
  • AB 237 (Rendon): State employees: memorandum of understanding.
  • AB 238 (Gomez): Protective and restraining orders: computer database system.
  • AB 239 (Hagman): School financing: common core implementation: broadband network.
  • AB 240 (Rendon): Mutual water companies.
  • AB 241 (Ammiano): Domestic work employees: labor standards.
  • AB 242 (Chau): Privacy: Internet.
  • AB 243 (Dickinson): Local government: infrastructure and revitalization financing districts.
  • AB 244 (Bonilla): Vehicles: license plates: veterans.
  • AB 245 (Grove): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: public meetings.
  • AB 246 (Bradford): Local government: open meetings.
  • AB 247 (Wagner): Personal income taxes: voluntary contribution: California Fund for Senior Citizens.
  • AB 248 (Gorell): Energy: powerplants: Ventura County.
  • AB 249 (Donnelly): Firearms: open carry prohibitions.
  • AB 250 (Holden and V. Manuel Pérez): California Innovation Initiatives.
  • AB 251 (Wagner): Electronic court reporting.
  • AB 252 (Eggman and Yamada): Social workers.
  • AB 253 (Levine): Floating home marinas: conversion: subdivision map requirements.
  • AB 254 (Dahle): Registrar of voters: County of Modoc.
  • AB 255 (Waldron): Public postsecondary education: digital arts pilot program.
  • AB 256 (Garcia): Pupils: grounds for suspension and expulsion: bullying.
  • AB 257 (Hall): Privacy: commercial Web sites and online services.
  • AB 258 (Chávez): State agencies: veterans.
  • AB 259 (Logue): Health and care facilities: CPR.
  • AB 260 (Gordon): Individualized county child care subsidy plans.
  • AB 261 (Chesbro): Residential care facilities for the elderly: fees and charges.
  • AB 262 (Waldron): Local government: organization.
  • AB 263 (Roger Hernández): Employment: retaliation: immigration-related practices.
  • AB 264 (Maienschein): CalWORKs: temporary shelter assistance.
  • AB 265 (Gatto): Local government liability: dog parks.
  • AB 266 (Bloom and Blumenfield): Vehicles: high-occupancy vehicle lanes.
  • AB 267 (Chau): Evidentiary privileges: lawyer referral service-client privilege.
  • AB 268 (Holden): Transit: Metro Gold Line extension.
  • AB 269 (Grove and Patterson): Vote by mail ballots: military or overseas voters.
  • AB 270 (Bradford): Public utilities: ratepayer-funded energy efficiency assistance.
  • AB 271 (Mitchell): CalWORKs: eligibility.
  • AB 272 (Gomez): Rabies: vaccinations.
  • AB 273 (Rendon): Child care and development services: California Partnership for Infants and Toddlers Act of 2013.
  • AB 274 (Bonilla): Child care and development services.
  • AB 275 (Alejo): Migrant education.
  • AB 276 (Hueso): CalFresh eligibility.
  • AB 277 (Hall): Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
  • AB 278 (Gatto): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Low Carbon Fuel Standard.
  • AB 279 (Dickinson): Financial affairs.
  • AB 280 (Alejo): Voting rights.
  • AB 281 (Donnelly): Vehicle registration: late penalties: waiver.
  • AB 282 (Mitchell and Wieckowski): Underground storage tanks: petroleum: charges.
  • AB 283 (Bloom): Community colleges: property tax revenues.
  • AB 284 (Quirk): Energy: Road to 2050 Board: reporting.
  • AB 285 (Brown): Microenterprises: economic development.
  • AB 286 (Nazarian): Income taxes: credit: qualified motion pictures.
  • AB 287 (Frazier): Vietnam veterans’ memorial: update.
  • AB 288 (Levine): California Coastal Commission: meeting notices.
  • AB 289 (Nestande): State Budget: key liabilities.
  • AB 290 (Alejo): Child day care: childhood nutrition training.
  • AB 291 (Nestande): California Sunset Review Commission.
  • AB 292 (Nestande): California Code of Regulations: open access.
  • AB 293 (Allen): Energy: California Clean Energy Jobs Act: implementation.
  • AB 294 (Holden): Local-State Joint Investment Partnership Pilot Program.
  • AB 295 (Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife): Water: water supply: infrastructure.
  • AB 296 (Wagner): Attorneys.
  • AB 297 (Chesbro): Primary care clinics.
  • AB 298 (Pan): Rural Health Care Equity Program.
  • AB 299 (Holden): Prescription drug benefits.
  • AB 300 (Perea): Telecommunications: prepaid mobile telephony services: state surcharge and fees: local charges collection.
  • AB 301 (Wagner): Affidavits of registration: cancellation.
  • AB 302 (Chau): Public works: public subsidies.
  • AB 303 (Ian Calderon): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program: members and former members of the Armed Forces of the United States.
  • AB 304 (Williams): Pesticides: toxic air contaminant: control measures.
  • AB 305 (V. Manuel Pérez): Income taxes: hiring credits: investment credits.
  • AB 306 (Lowenthal): Vehicles: motor carrier.
  • AB 307 (Campos): Protective orders.
  • AB 308 (Hagman): School facilities: sale of surplus real property: return of state school facilities funding program funds.
  • AB 309 (Mitchell): CalFresh: homeless youth.
  • AB 310 (Alejo): Crime prevention.
  • AB 311 (V. Manuel Pérez): Economic development projects.
  • AB 312 (Wieckowski): Local government: employees: firefighters.
  • AB 313 (Frazier): Vehicles: electronic wireless communications devices: prohibitions.
  • AB 314 (Pan): Health care coverage: self-funded student plans.
  • AB 315 (Committee on Veterans Affairs): State parks: veteran of war: Purple Heart recipient.
  • AB 316 (Committee on Veterans Affairs): Veteran interment: veterans’ remains organizations.
  • AB 317 (Hall): Transportation: state highways.
  • AB 318 (Logue): Medi-Cal: teledentistry.
  • AB 319 (Campos): Local agencies: domestic violence.
  • AB 320 (Nazarian): Tobacco use programs.
  • AB 321 (Donnelly): Registration of sex offenders: nonpermitted addresses.
  • AB 322 (Yamada): Home Care Services Act of 2013.
  • AB 323 (Chesbro): Solid waste: recycling: diversion: green materials.
  • AB 324 (Bloom): Glass beads: lead and arsenic.
  • AB 325 (Alejo): Land use and planning: cause of actions: time limitations.
  • AB 326 (Morrell): Occupational safety and health: reporting requirements.
  • AB 327 (Perea): Electricity: natural gas: rates: net energy metering: California Renewables Portfolio Standard Program.
  • AB 328 (V. Manuel Pérez): Tribal gaming: revenue sharing.
  • AB 329 (Pan): Ticket sellers: equitable online ticket buying process: sale or use of circumventing software.
  • AB 330 (Chau): Student financial aid: disclosures.
  • AB 331 (Garcia): Consolidation of elections.
  • AB 332 (Hall): Occupational safety and health: adult films.
  • AB 333 (Wieckowski): Medical waste.
  • AB 334 (Gomez): State personnel: employment of outside legal counsel.
  • AB 335 (Brown): Vehicles: impoundment.
  • AB 336 (Ammiano): Crimes: prostitution: evidence.
  • AB 337 (Allen): Economic development: international trade and investment strategy.
  • AB 338 (Chávez): State property: surplus.
  • AB 339 (Dickinson): Sale of animals at swap meets.
  • AB 340 (Bradford): Public utilities: Electric Program Investment Charge: contracting.
  • AB 341 (Dickinson and Gordon): Green building standards.
  • AB 342 (Blumenfield): Online instruction and independent study.
  • AB 343 (Patterson): Animal cruelty: duty to provide documentary evidence.
  • AB 344 (Ian Calderon): Employment of minors: permit.
  • AB 345 (Pan): Counties: coroners.
  • AB 346 (Stone): Runaway and homeless youth shelters.
  • AB 347 (Achadjian): Arson: registration.
  • AB 348 (Conway): School finance: necessary small schools: Hot Springs Elementary School District.
  • AB 349 (Gatto): Classified employees: allegations of misconduct: reports.
  • AB 350 (Bigelow and Wieckowski): Timber harvesting plans: exempt activities.
  • AB 351 (Donnelly): Civil liberties: suspension of habeas corpus for American citizens.
  • AB 352 (Hall): Foster care: smoke-free environment.
  • AB 353 (Brown): Parole: medical parole.
  • AB 354 (Dahle): Local ballot measures: impartial analysis.
  • AB 355 (Ting): Property tax agents.
  • AB 356 (Waldron): Gaming.
  • AB 357 (Pan): Children’s Health Advisory Board.
  • AB 358 (Holden): Lead hazard evaluation.
  • AB 359 (Holden): Vehicle rental agreements: customer facility charge.
  • AB 360 (Alejo): Workers’ compensation: independent contractors.
  • AB 361 (Mitchell): Medi-Cal: Health Homes for Medi-Cal Enrollees and Section 1115 Waiver Demonstration Populations with Chronic and Complex Conditions.
  • AB 362 (Ting): Personal income taxes: exclusion: health insurance.
  • AB 363 (Grove): Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board: members.
  • AB 364 (Ian Calderon): Community care facilities: unannounced visits.
  • AB 365 (Mullin): Court reporting.
  • AB 366 (Holden): Women, minority, and disabled veteran business enterprises.
  • AB 367 (Brown): Limited liability companies: filings.
  • AB 368 (Morrell): Public postsecondary education: resident classification.
  • AB 369 (Pan): Continuity of care.
  • AB 370 (Muratsuchi): Consumers: internet privacy.
  • AB 371 (Salas): Sewage sludge: Kern County.
  • AB 372 (Eggman): Civil service: veterans’ preference in hiring.
  • AB 373 (Mullin): Public Employees’ Long-Term Care Act.
  • AB 374 (Wagner): Eminent domain: compensation: loss of goodwill.
  • AB 375 (Buchanan): School employees: dismissal or suspension: hearing.
  • AB 376 (Donnelly): Regulations: notice.
  • AB 377 (Grove): Charter schools: average daily attendance: independent study: online charter schools.
  • AB 378 (Hueso): Resources: Delta research.
  • AB 379 (Brown): Manufactured housing: removal.
  • AB 380 (Dickinson): California Environmental Quality Act: notice requirements
  • AB 381 (Chau): Estates and trusts: undue influence and elder abuse.
  • AB 382 (Mullin): State and local government: alternative investments: public access.
  • AB 383 (Wagner): Maintenance of the codes.
  • AB 384 (Waldron): Alcoholic beverages: labels.
  • AB 385 (Dickinson): Bank on California Program.
  • AB 386 (Levine): Public postsecondary education: cross-enrollment: online education at the California State University.
  • AB 387 (Levine): Public postsecondary education: California State University: online education.
  • AB 388 (Chesbro): Community colleges: Seymour-Campbell Student Success Act of 2012.
  • AB 389 (Williams): Private schools: employees: criminal background checks.
  • AB 390 (Logue): Health care.
  • AB 391 (Wieckowski): Pupil instruction: personal finances.
  • AB 392 (Jones-Sawyer): State mandates: prorated claims.
  • AB 393 (Cooley): Office of Business and Economic Development: Internet Web site.
  • AB 394 (Grove and Yamada): Personal income tax: voluntary contributions: Alzheimer’s disease.
  • AB 395 (Fox): Alcoholism and drug abuse treatment facilities.
  • AB 396 (Fox): Prescriptions.
  • AB 397 (Fox): Vehicles: emergency contact locator database.
  • AB 398 (Fox): Public safety officers.
  • AB 399 (Fox): Clinical laboratories.
  • AB 400 (Fong): Petitions: initiative, referendum, or recall.
  • AB 401 (Daly): Transportation: design-build: highways.
  • AB 402 (Ammiano): Disability income insurance: mental illness.
  • AB 403 (Eggman and Stone): Solid waste: home-generated sharps.
  • AB 404 (Eggman): Healing arts: behavioral sciences: retired licenses.
  • AB 405 (Gatto): Highways: high-occupancy vehicle lanes: County of Los Angeles.
  • AB 406 (Bloom and Torres): Child abuse reporting.
  • AB 407 (V. Manuel Pérez): Renewable energy resources: Salton Sea.
  • AB 408 (Bonta): Municipal utility districts: elections.
  • AB 409 (Quirk-Silva): Political Reform Act of 1974: statements of economic interests: online filing.
  • AB 410 (Jones-Sawyer): Public employee health benefits: enrollment.
  • AB 411 (Pan): Medi-Cal: performance measures.
  • AB 412 (Allen): International trade.
  • AB 413 (Chávez): Foster care: specialized foster care homes.
  • AB 414 (Fox): Spousal support: modifications.
  • AB 415 (Garcia): Solar energy: water heating.
  • AB 416 (Gordon): State Air Resources Board: Local Emission Reduction Program.
  • AB 417 (Frazier): Environmental quality: California Environmental Quality Act: bicycle transportation plan.
  • AB 418 (Mullin): Local government: special tax, assessment, or property-related fee.
  • AB 419 (Lowenthal): CalWORKs: eligibility.
  • AB 420 (Dickinson): Pupil discipline: suspensions: willful defiance.
  • AB 421 (Williams): Health and home care: worker training.
  • AB 422 (Nazarian): School lunch program applications: health care notice.
  • AB 423 (Torres): Multiphase affordable housing projects: enforceable obligations.
  • AB 424 (Donnelly): Pupil instruction: social sciences: State and Federal Constitutions.
  • AB 425 (Atkins): Pesticides: copper-based antifouling paint: leach rate determination: mitigation measure recommendations.
  • AB 426 (Salas): Water: water transfers: water right decrees.
  • AB 427 (Mullin): Electrical corporations: uneconomic cost recovery: bottoming cycle waste heat recovery.
  • AB 428 (Eggman): Healing arts: marriage and family therapists: clinical social workers: coursework.
  • AB 429 (Daly): Real Estate Commissioner: powers.
  • AB 430 (Olsen): Teacher evaluation: Teacher Professional Growth Plan.
  • AB 431 (Mullin): County Employees Retirement Law of 1937: federal law compliance.
  • AB 432 (V. Manuel Pérez): Horse racing: exchange wagering.
  • AB 433 (Gordon): Contractors: fire protection systems: fire safety: State Fire Marshal.
  • AB 434 (Hagman): Preferred shares: rights and preferences distributions.
  • AB 435 (Jones-Sawyer): State surplus property.
  • AB 436 (Jones-Sawyer): Inverse condemnation: comparative fault.
  • AB 437 (Ting): San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority Act: grant program.
  • AB 438 (Mitchell): Juveniles: dual-status minors.
  • AB 439 (Allen): Energy: private energy producers.
  • AB 440 (Gatto): Hazardous materials: releases: local agency cleanup.
  • AB 441 (Patterson): High-Speed Rail Authority: contracts.
  • AB 442 (Nazarian): Employees: wages.
  • AB 443 (Lowenthal): Vehicles: delinquent parking and traffic violations.
  • AB 444 (Lowenthal): Pedestrians: highway workers.
  • AB 445 (Chávez): Charter schools: supervisorial and oversight responsibilities.
  • AB 446 (Mitchell): HIV testing.
  • AB 447 (Williams): California State University: student trustees.
  • AB 448 (Quirk): Renewable energy resources.
  • AB 449 (Muratsuchi): Elementary and secondary education: certificated school employees: allegation of misconduct: reports to Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  • AB 450 (Bocanegra and Jones-Sawyer): Postsecondary education: community college trustee areas.
  • AB 451 (Eggman): Healing arts: therapists and counselors: licensing.
  • AB 452 (Brown): Radioactive materials: federal regulation.
  • AB 453 (Mullin): Sustainable communities.
  • AB 454 (Dickinson): Workers’ compensation benefits: prevailing wages.
  • AB 455 (Medina): Pupil instruction: special education: blind and visually impaired pupils: deaf and hard-of-hearing pupils.
  • AB 456 (Morrell): Taxation: deductions: net operating losses.
  • AB 457 (Torres): Shareholders.
  • AB 458 (Wieckowski): Income taxes: deductions: punitive damages.
  • AB 459 (Mitchell): Public contracts: healthy and sustainable food.
  • AB 460 (Ammiano): Health care coverage: infertility.
  • AB 461 (Achadjian): Alcoholic beverages: licenses.
  • AB 462 (Stone): Fire protection: residential care facilities.
  • AB 463 (Logue): High-Speed Rail Authority: contracts.
  • AB 464 (Daly): Vital records.
  • AB 465 (Bonilla and Maienschein): Youth sports: criminal background checks.
  • AB 466 (Quirk-Silva): Federal transportation funds.
  • AB 467 (Stone): Prescription drugs: collection and distribution program.
  • AB 468 (Chesbro): Nonindustrial timber management plans: forest landowners.
  • AB 469 (Wagner): Telephonic sellers: loan modifications.
  • AB 470 (Mullin): Schools: school safety and teacher training.
  • AB 471 (Atkins and Dickinson and Perea and Ting): Local government: redevelopment: successor agencies to redevelopment agencies.
  • AB 472 (Patterson): Vote by mail ballots: military or overseas voters.
  • AB 473 (Ammiano): Medical marijuana: state regulation and enforcement.
  • AB 474 (Stone): California Coastal Commission: ex parte communications: disclosure forms.
  • AB 475 (Brown): Student athletes: scholarships.
  • AB 476 (Jones-Sawyer): Primary election: ballot contents.
  • AB 477 (Chau): Elder and dependent adult abuse: mandated reporting.
  • AB 478 (Gomez and Rendon): State employees: memorandum of understanding.
  • AB 479 (Donnelly): Sales and use taxes: exemptions: textbooks.
  • AB 480 (Ian Calderon): Service contracts.
  • AB 481 (Lowenthal): High-speed rail.
  • AB 482 (Atkins): California Cultural and Historical Endowment.
  • AB 483 (Ting): Local government: taxes, fees, assessments, and charges: definitions.
  • AB 484 (Bonilla): Pupil assessments: Measurement of Academic Performance and Progress (MAPP).
  • AB 485 (Gomez): In-home supportive services.
  • AB 486 (Mullin): Sales and use taxes: exemption: manufacturing research and development.
  • AB 487 (Linder): Vehicles: confidential home address.
  • AB 488 (Williams): Recycling: household batteries.
  • AB 489 (Skinner): Energy: conservation.
  • AB 490 (Skinner): Intestate succession: children.
  • AB 491 (Bonta and Torres): Corporations: bylaws: emergency powers.
  • AB 492 (Quirk): Probation: nonviolent drug offenses.
  • AB 493 (Daly): Toll facilities.
  • AB 494 (V. Manuel Pérez): Prisoners: literacy and education.
  • AB 495 (Campos): Community investment.
  • AB 496 (Gordon): Medicine: sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.
  • AB 497 (Chesbro): Fish and wildlife.
  • AB 498 (Chávez): Medi-Cal.
  • AB 499 (Ting): Judicial proceedings: injunctions prohibiting harassment.
  • AB 500 (Ammiano): Firearms.
  • AB 501 (Nazarian): Vehicles.
  • AB 502 (Wagner): Commercial law: secured transactions.
  • AB 503 (Bonta and Wieckowski): Health facilities: community benefits.
  • AB 504 (Chesbro): Fish: sea cucumbers: transgenic fish.
  • AB 505 (Nazarian): Medi-Cal: managed care: language assistance services.
  • AB 506 (Mitchell): HIV testing: infants.
  • AB 507 (Garcia): Public employees’ retirement: postretirement death benefits.
  • AB 508 (Ian Calderon): Debt collection: homeless veterans.
  • AB 509 (Blumenfield): Consumer affairs.
  • AB 510 (Ammiano): Political Reform Act of 1974: advertisement disclosures.
  • AB 511 (Pan): Income taxes: voluntary contributions: American Red Cross, California Chapters Fund.
  • AB 512 (Rendon): Healing arts: licensure exemption.
  • AB 513 (Frazier): Tire recycling program: rubberized asphalt.
  • AB 514 (Bonta): The Safe Schools for Safe Learning Act of 2013.
  • AB 515 (Dickinson): Environmental quality: California Environmental Quality Act: writ of mandate.
  • AB 516 (Brown): Electrical transmission infrastructure: taking of birds, nests, and eggs: permits.
  • AB 517 (Achadjian): Occupational safety and health: local public entities: penalty moneys: grants.
  • AB 518 (Blumenfield and Yamada): Community-based adult services: adult day health care centers.
  • AB 519 (Logue): Unfair competition.
  • AB 520 (Chesbro): Alcoholic beverages: instruction: tastings.
  • AB 521 (Stone): Recycling: marine plastic pollution.
  • AB 522 (Bloom): Civil actions: exceptions to dismissal for delay in prosecution.
  • AB 523 (Ammiano and Brown): Department of Housing and Community Development: loans.
  • AB 524 (Mullin): Immigrants: extortion.
  • AB 525 (Ting): Alcoholic beverages: licenses: theaters.
  • AB 526 (Melendez): Military service: benefits.
  • AB 527 (Beth Gaines): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Western Climate Initiative, Incorporated.
  • AB 528 (Lowenthal): State Rail Plan and High-Speed Rail Authority business plan.
  • AB 529 (Lowenthal): Vehicles: motor carriers: inspections and fees.
  • AB 530 (Quirk-Silva): Vote by mail ballots: telephone applications.
  • AB 531 (Achadjian and Campos and Eggman and Frazier and Lowenthal and Wieckowski): Driver’s licenses: veteran designation.
  • AB 532 (Gordon): Local Housing Trust Fund.
  • AB 533 (Ian Calderon): Artistic employment contracts: minors.
  • AB 534 (Wieckowski): Postsecondary education: institutional and financial assistance information for students.
  • AB 535 (Quirk): Emergency Alert System.
  • AB 536 (Wagner): Contractors: payments.
  • AB 537 (Bonta): Meyers-Milias-Brown Act: impasse procedures.
  • AB 538 (Pan): Firearms.
  • AB 539 (Pan): Firearm possession: prohibitions: transfer to licensed dealer.
  • AB 540 (Pan): Reporting and tracking of violent deaths.
  • AB 541 (Daly): Buses: illuminated advertising: University of California, Irvine.
  • AB 542 (Harkey): Sales and use tax.
  • AB 543 (Campos): California Environmental Quality Act: translation.
  • AB 544 (Wilk): Career technical education.
  • AB 545 (Mitchell): Dependent children: placement: nonrelative extended family member.
  • AB 546 (Stone): Local government: consolidation of offices.
  • AB 547 (Salas): 21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens program.
  • AB 548 (Salas): Public postsecondary education: community college registered nursing programs.
  • AB 549 (Jones-Sawyer): Comprehensive school safety plans: mental health professionals and police role on campus guidelines.
  • AB 550 (Brown): State government: Office of Small Business and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Services.
  • AB 551 (Ting): Local government: urban agriculture incentive zones.
  • AB 552 (Fong): Political Reform Act of 1974: collection of fines.
  • AB 553 (Medina): Reverse mortgages: notifications.
  • AB 554 (Mullin): State government: Secretary of State: fees.
  • AB 555 (Salas): Social security numbers.
  • AB 556 (Salas): Fair Employment and Housing Act: military veterans.
  • AB 557 (Yamada): Veterans’ homes: accounting of charges.
  • AB 558 (Cooley): Class size reduction.
  • AB 559 (Gordon): Residential care facilities for the elderly.
  • AB 560 (Ammiano): Sentencing: recall and mandatory supervision.
  • AB 561 (Ting): Taxation: documentary transfer tax.
  • AB 562 (Williams): Economic development subsidies: review by local agencies.
  • AB 563 (Grove): Personal income tax.
  • AB 564 (Mullin): Community redevelopment: successor agencies.
  • AB 565 (Salas): California Physician Corps Program.
  • AB 566 (Wieckowski): Courts: personal services contracting.
  • AB 567 (Wagner): Enforcement of money judgments: exemptions
  • AB 568 (Muratsuchi): Criminal procedure: testimony of law enforcement officers.
  • AB 569 (Chau): Real property: divided lands.
  • AB 570 (Jones-Sawyer): Continuation schools: policies and procedures: voluntary placement.
  • AB 571 (Gatto): Agricultural pest control: citrus disease prevention.
  • AB 572 (Atkins): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: market-based compliance mechanisms.
  • AB 573 (Harkey): Sales and use tax.
  • AB 574 (Lowenthal): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund: sustainable communities strategies.
  • AB 575 (V. Manuel Pérez): Sales and use tax: retail sale: counterfeit mark: pirated intellectual property.
  • AB 576 (V. Manuel Pérez): Revenue Recovery and Collaborative Enforcement Team Act: pilot program.
  • AB 577 (Nazarian): Rail construction: County of Los Angeles.
  • AB 578 (Dickinson): Health care.
  • AB 579 (Melendez): Mandatory supervision.
  • AB 580 (Nazarian): Arts Council: grants.
  • AB 581 (Ammiano): Care facilities: retaliation.
  • AB 582 (Chesbro and Levine): Palm Drive Health Care District: certificates of participation: lien.
  • AB 583 (Gomez): County free public libraries: withdrawal: use of private contractors.
  • AB 584 (Cooley and Perea): Insurance: risk and solvency assessment.
  • AB 585 (Fox): Department of Veterans Affairs: use of real property.
  • AB 586 (Fox): Community colleges.
  • AB 587 (Fox): Economic development: enterprise zones.
  • AB 588 (Fox): School athletics: concussions.
  • AB 589 (Fox): Medical education: underrepresented medical specialties.
  • AB 590 (Fox): Veterans: transition assistance.
  • AB 591 (Fox): Hospital emergency room: geriatric physician.
  • AB 592 (Fox): Sentencing: juveniles.
  • AB 593 (Quirk): Alcoholic beverages: Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
  • AB 594 (Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife): State parks: operating agreements: park closures.
  • AB 595 (Gomez): Community colleges: priority enrollment.
  • AB 596 (Brown): Health care services grants.
  • AB 597 (Dahle): Hazardous materials: chemicals of concern.
  • AB 598 (Dahle): Firearms.
  • AB 599 (Donnelly): Minors: vaccinations: parental consent.
  • AB 600 (Bonta): Alcoholic beverages: tied-house restrictions: advertising.
  • AB 601 (Cooley and Eggman): Parole.
  • AB 602 (Yamada): Mentally and developmentally disabled persons: reporting abuse.
  • AB 603 (Cooley): Public contracts: design-build: Capitol Southeast Connector Project.
  • AB 604 (Ammiano): Medical cannabis: state regulation and enforcement.
  • AB 605 (Linder): Sex offenders: parole violations.
  • AB 606 (Gorell and Williams): Hueneme Beach shoreline protection.
  • AB 607 (Perea): Workers’ compensation: dependent children.
  • AB 608 (Morrell): Charter schools: operation.
  • AB 609 (Gatto and Nestande): State-funded research.
  • AB 610 (Achadjian): State hospitals: involuntary treatment.
  • AB 611 (Bonta): State teachers’ retirement.
  • AB 612 (Nazarian): Automated enforcement systems.
  • AB 613 (Hueso): Water: water reclamation.
  • AB 614 (Chávez): Veterans’ homes of California: financial investigation.
  • AB 615 (Bocanegra): Unemployment insurance: classified employees.
  • AB 616 (Bocanegra): Local public employee organizations: dispute: factfinding panel.
  • AB 617 (Nazarian): California Health Benefit Exchange: appeals.
  • AB 618 (Perea): San Joaquin River Conservancy: adoption of regulations: violations: penalties.
  • AB 619 (Garcia): Court facilities.
  • AB 620 (Buchanan): Health and care facilities: missing patients and participants.
  • AB 621 (Wagner): Local government: bonds.
  • AB 622 (Campos): School districts: charter school petitions: Internet posting.
  • AB 623 (Lowenthal): Inmates: psychiatric medication: informed consent.
  • AB 624 (Mitchell): County jail: rehabilitation credits.
  • AB 625 (Quirk): Notaries public: acceptance of identification.
  • AB 626 (Lowenthal and Skinner): School nutrition.
  • AB 627 (Gorell): State government.
  • AB 628 (Gorell and Hall): Energy management plans for harbor and port districts.
  • AB 629 (Wilk): Local government.
  • AB 630 (Holden): Architects.
  • AB 631 (Fox): Pupils: juvenile court schools.
  • AB 632 (Fox): Superior Courts: judicial districts.
  • AB 633 (Salas): Emergency medical services: civil liability.
  • AB 634 (Gomez): Private postsecondary education: avocational education.
  • AB 635 (Ammiano): Drug overdose treatment: liability.
  • AB 636 (Hall): Alcoholic beverages: tied-house restrictions.
  • AB 637 (Atkins): Housing assistance.
  • AB 638 (Alejo): Workers’ compensation: proceedings: expedited hearings.
  • AB 639 (John A. Pérez): Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Bond Act of 2014: Veterans Housing and Homeless Prevention Act of 2014.
  • AB 640 (Hall): Occupational safety and health: adult films.
  • AB 641 (Rendon): Child care: family child care providers: bargaining representative.
  • AB 642 (Rendon): Publication: newspaper of general circulation: Internet Web site.
  • AB 643 (Stone): Public schools: pupil records: confidentiality.
  • AB 644 (Wieckowski): Campaign finance: advisory election.
  • AB 645 (Torres): Dwelling safety: smoke detectors.
  • AB 646 (Cooley): Public education governance: regional P-20 councils: advisory committee.
  • AB 647 (Chesbro): The Alcoholic Beverage Control Act: beer manufacturers: containers.
  • AB 648 (Jones-Sawyer): Court reporters.
  • AB 649 (Nazarian): Oil and gas: hydraulic fracturing.
  • AB 650 (Nazarian): State government: general services: Natural Gas Services Program.
  • AB 651 (Bradford): Convictions: expungement.
  • AB 652 (Ammiano): Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act: homeless children.
  • AB 653 (V. Manuel Pérez): Economic development.
  • AB 654 (Hall): Direct marketing: certified farmers’ markets.
  • AB 655 (Quirk-Silva): Court reporters: salary fund.
  • AB 656 (Chávez): Charter schools.
  • AB 657 (Nazarian): Women’s health.
  • AB 658 (Ian Calderon): Personal information: disclosure.
  • AB 659 (Nazarian): Pupil instruction: Armenian Genocide.
  • AB 660 (Nazarian): Veterans: postsecondary education.
  • AB 661 (Beth Gaines): State government: FISMA.
  • AB 662 (Atkins and Dickinson and Mitchell and Perea and Ting and Torres): Local government: redevelopment: successor agencies to redevelopment agencies.
  • AB 663 (Gomez): Care facilities: training requirements.
  • AB 664 (Williams): Gold Coast Transit District.
  • AB 665 (Alejo): Beverage containers: redemption payments.
  • AB 666 (Wieckowski): Automated traffic enforcement systems: violations.
  • AB 667 (Roger Hernández): Land use: development project review: superstores.
  • AB 668 (Gray): Economic disaster area.
  • AB 669 (Stone and Williams): Oil and gas: drilling.
  • AB 670 (Atkins): Pharmacy Law: incentive payments.
  • AB 671 (Logue): State Air Resources Board: regulations: data sets.
  • AB 672 (Harkey): Tax administration: tax clearance certificates.
  • AB 673 (Grove): Personal income taxes: credits: personal exemption.
  • AB 674 (Quirk-Silva): Microenterprise.
  • AB 675 (Fong): Community colleges: employment of faculty.
  • AB 676 (Fox): Health care coverage: postdischarge care needs.
  • AB 677 (Fox): Local government finance: property tax revenue allocation: vehicle license fee adjustments.
  • AB 678 (Dickinson and Gordon): Health care districts: community health needs assessment.
  • AB 679 (Fox): Fees: official court reporters.
  • AB 680 (Salas): Transportation: interregional road system.
  • AB 681 (Melendez and Skinner): Spousal support.
  • AB 682 (Ian Calderon): State procurement: food: plumped poultry.
  • AB 683 (Mullin): Local government: fines and penalties: assessments.
  • AB 684 (Medina): Workforce training: general educational development test preparation: grants.
  • AB 685 (Achadjian): State goods: peace officer’s state-issued handgun: spouse or domestic partner.
  • AB 686 (Quirk): Hazardous waste: pharmaceutical facilities.
  • AB 687 (Roger Hernández): Electricity.
  • AB 688 (Nazarian): Irrigation districts.
  • AB 689 (Bonta): Health facilities: influenza.
  • AB 690 (Campos and Medina): State government: international relations.
  • AB 691 (Muratsuchi): State lands: granted trust lands: sea level rise.
  • AB 692 (Torres and V. Manuel Pérez): Mobilehomes: loans.
  • AB 693 (Roger Hernández): Sexual harassment: interns.
  • AB 694 (Bloom): Admissibility of evidence: victims of human trafficking.
  • AB 695 (Mansoor): Public employees’ health benefits.
  • AB 696 (Mansoor): Public employment: pensions.
  • AB 697 (Gomez): Nursing education: service in state veterans homes.
  • AB 698 (Grove): Sales and use taxes: successor liability.
  • AB 699 (Donnelly): School safety: Safe School Guarantee.
  • AB 700 (Gomez): Pupil instruction: voter education.
  • AB 701 (Quirk-Silva): General Subject: Local government finance: property tax revenue allocation: vehicle license fee adjustments: County of Orange.
  • AB 702 (Ammiano): Sex offenders: registration.
  • AB 703 (Hall): Peace officers: firearms.
  • AB 704 (Blumenfield and Fong): Emergency medical services: military experience.
  • AB 705 (Blumenfield): Combat to Care Act.
  • AB 706 (Waldron): Stalking.
  • AB 707 (Ting): Vehicles.
  • AB 708 (Nestande): Teachers: compensation: career technical education teachers.
  • AB 709 (Nestande): Salton Sea Authority: restoration plan.
  • AB 710 (Pan): California Health Benefit Exchange: multiemployer plans.
  • AB 711 (Rendon): Hunting: nonlead ammunition.
  • AB 712 (Gorell): Sales and Use Tax Law: reform.
  • AB 713 (Wagner): Broker-dealers.
  • AB 714 (Wieckowski): Roman Reed Spinal Cord Injury Research Fund.
  • AB 715 (Dickinson): Evidence: interpreters.
  • AB 716 (Quirk-Silva): Infrastructure: state planning and funding.
  • AB 717 (Chávez): Veterans.
  • AB 718 (Melendez): Sales tax: exemption: sales tax holiday: April 15.
  • AB 719 (Roger Hernández): Energy: energy efficiency: street light pole.
  • AB 720 (Skinner): Inmates: health care enrollment.
  • AB 721 (Bradford): Controlled substances: transporting with intent to sell.
  • AB 722 (Lowenthal): Vehicles: driver’s licenses: medical examinations.
  • AB 723 (Quirk): Postrelease community supervision: revocation: release on bail or own recognizance.
  • AB 724 (Cooley): Vehicles: driver’s licenses.
  • AB 725 (Wilk): Health care management: health court demonstration program.
  • AB 726 (Fong): Community care facilities: licensure.
  • AB 727 (Stone): Public trust lands: dredging: notice and leases.
  • AB 728 (Muratsuchi): Land use: school advertising displays.
  • AB 729 (Roger Hernández): Evidentiary privileges: union agent-represented worker privilege.
  • AB 730 (Alejo): Monterey-Salinas Transit District.
  • AB 731 (Mansoor): University of California.
  • AB 732 (Mansoor): Postsecondary education: California State University.
  • AB 733 (Mansoor): Community colleges: academic credit for military training and experience.
  • AB 734 (Mansoor): University of California: regent meetings: student participation.
  • AB 735 (Gomez): Greenway Initiative.
  • AB 736 (Fox): California State University: Antelope Valley campus.
  • AB 737 (Fox): Space flight liability.
  • AB 738 (Harkey): Public entity liability: bicycles.
  • AB 739 (Salas): Coroners.
  • AB 740 (Alejo): Firearms.
  • AB 741 (Brown): Local government finance: tax equity allocation formula: qualifying cities.
  • AB 742 (Dahle): Property taxes: revenue allocation.
  • AB 743 (Logue): The Cortese-Knox-Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 2000.
  • AB 744 (Dahle and Gordon): Timber harvesting plans: exempt activities.
  • AB 745 (Levine): Regional park and open-space districts: general manager: powers.
  • AB 746 (Levine): Secondhand smoke.
  • AB 747 (Levine): State Highway Route 131: relinquishment.
  • AB 748 (Eggman): Judgments against a public entity: interest.
  • AB 749 (Gorell): Public-private partnerships.
  • AB 750 (Garcia): Economic development: cities.
  • AB 751 (Nazarian): Women’s health.
  • AB 752 (Jones-Sawyer): Work furlough: county jails.
  • AB 753 (Lowenthal): Cognitively impaired adults: caregiver resource centers.
  • AB 754 (Muratsuchi): Income taxes: voluntary contributions: California Beach and Coastal Enhancement Account.
  • AB 755 (Ammiano): Suicide barriers.
  • AB 756 (Melendez): California Environmental Quality Act: judicial review: public works projects.
  • AB 757 (Roger Hernández): Department of Parks and Recreation: payroll review report.
  • AB 758 (Frazier and Perea): Child abuse and neglect: reports.
  • AB 759 (Daly): Alarm companies.
  • AB 760 (Dickinson): Taxes: ammunition sales.
  • AB 761 (Dickinson): Public retirement systems: investments.
  • AB 762 (Patterson): Renewable energy resources: hydroelectric generation.
  • AB 763 (Buchanan): Aquatic invasive plants: control and eradication.
  • AB 764 (Linder): Human Remains.
  • AB 765 (Ammiano): Sentencing.
  • AB 766 (Beth Gaines): Attorney General: investigations.
  • AB 767 (Levine): Vehicles: additional registration fees: vehicle-theft crimes.
  • AB 768 (Achadjian): Sexually violent predators: conditional release.
  • AB 769 (Skinner): Property taxation: valuing property: comparable sales.
  • AB 770 (Chávez): Education: school districts.
  • AB 771 (Jones): Public health: wellness programs.
  • AB 772 (Jones): Consumer affairs: intervention in state agency or court proceedings.
  • AB 773 (Hueso): Bail agent licenses: qualifications.
  • AB 774 (Donnelly): County service areas: zone dissolution.
  • AB 775 (Dahle): Property taxation.
  • AB 776 (Yamada): Medi-Cal.
  • AB 777 (Muratsuchi): Taxes: exemption: space flight property.
  • AB 778 (Bocanegra): Local public employee organizations: dispute: factfinding panel.
  • AB 779 (Bocanegra): Alcoholic beverages.
  • AB 780 (Bocanegra): Small business financial development corporations.
  • AB 781 (Bocanegra): Sales and use taxes: fees: administration: violations for noncompliance: sales suppression devices.
  • AB 782 (Bocanegra): Alcoholic beverage control: licensees: returns.
  • AB 783 (Daly): Securities transactions: qualification requirements: exemptions.
  • AB 784 (Weber): In-Home Supportive Services: provider health care benefits.
  • AB 785 (Weber): Public Employees’ Retirement System: Board of Administration: direct mailing assistance.
  • AB 786 (Dickinson): Money transmissions.
  • AB 787 (Stone): Foster care.
  • AB 788 (Wagner): Court transcripts.
  • AB 789 (Williams): Trapping.
  • AB 790 (Gomez): Child abuse: reporting.
  • AB 791 (Hagman): Collateral recovery: repossessors.
  • AB 792 (Mullin): Utility user tax: exemption: distributed generation systems.
  • AB 793 (Gray): Renewable energy: publicly owned electric utility: hydroelectric generation facility.
  • AB 794 (Gorell): Environmental quality: California Environmental Quality Act: exemption: use of landfill and organic waste.
  • AB 795 (Alejo): Human trafficking.
  • AB 796 (Muratsuchi): Advanced electrical distributed generation technology.
  • AB 797 (Gordon): Transit districts: contracts.
  • AB 798 (Wagner): Sales and use taxes: occasional barterer.
  • AB 799 (Wagner): Sales and use tax: retailer.
  • AB 800 (Gordon): Political Reform Act of 1974
  • AB 801 (Brown): Junk dealers and recyclers: nonferrous materials.
  • AB 802 (Wieckowski): Private arbitration companies: disclosures.
  • AB 803 (Gomez): Water Recycling Act of 2013.
  • AB 804 (Lowenthal): Medi-Cal: pharmacy providers: invoices.
  • AB 805 (Jones-Sawyer): Bail.
  • AB 806 (Wilk): Community colleges: salaries of classroom instructors.
  • AB 807 (Ammiano): Criminal investigations: eyewitness identification.
  • AB 808 (Fong): Acupuncture: license requirements.
  • AB 809 (Logue): Healing arts: telehealth.
  • AB 810 (Muratsuchi): Law enforcement: data sharing.
  • AB 811 (Lowenthal): Excavations: regional notification center system: contractor certification.
  • AB 812 (Mitchell): Child care: contracts: termination and suspension.
  • AB 813 (Melendez): Election results.
  • AB 814 (Bradford): CalWORKs: eligibility: truancy.
  • AB 815 (Conway): School intervention: parent empowerment.
  • AB 816 (Hall): Alcoholic beverages.
  • AB 817 (Bonta): Elections officials.
  • AB 818 (Blumenfield): Air pollution control: penalties.
  • AB 819 (Wilk): County roads: county road commissioners.
  • AB 820 (Gomez): Gaming: Gambling Control Act.
  • AB 821 (Yamada): Insurance: motor vehicle insurance: cancellation: failure to renew.
  • AB 822 (Hall): Local government retirement plans.
  • AB 823 (Eggman): Environment: California Farmland Protection Act.
  • AB 824 (Jones): Written agreements: exclusion of evidence.
  • AB 825 (Medina): Income taxes: credits: hiring full-time employees.
  • AB 826 (Jones-Sawyer): State property: surplus.
  • AB 827 (Hagman): Department of Consumer Affairs.
  • AB 828 (Holden): Controlled substances:
  • AB 829 (Fong): Election management systems.
  • AB 830 (Holden): Clinical laboratories.
  • AB 831 (Bloom): Drug overdoses.
  • AB 832 (Weber): Electronic benefits transfer cards: state college campuses.
  • AB 833 (Harkey): Tax information: administration.
  • AB 834 (Williams): Private postsecondary education: School Performance Fact Sheets.
  • AB 835 (Muratsuchi): Child care: facilities: loans.
  • AB 836 (Skinner): Dentists: continuing education.
  • AB 837 (Wieckowski): Public employees’ retirement benefits.
  • AB 838 (Morrell): Personal representatives: bonds.
  • AB 839 (Mansoor): Health facilities.
  • AB 840 (Ammiano): Vehicles: driver’s licenses: application requirements.
  • AB 841 (Torres): Junk dealers and recyclers: nonferrous materials: payment.
  • AB 842 (Donnelly): High-speed rail.
  • AB 843 (Logue): Voter registration: identification requirements.
  • AB 844 (Dickinson): Credit and debit cards: transactions: personal information.
  • AB 845 (Cooley): Shaken baby syndrome.
  • AB 846 (Achadjian): Energy: property assessed clean energy.
  • AB 847 (Hueso): Road districts: boundaries.
  • AB 848 (Patterson): Adoption.
  • AB 849 (Garcia): Protection of victims: address confidentiality.
  • AB 850 (Nazarian): Public capital facilities: water quality.
  • AB 851 (Logue): Dentistry: licensure and certification requirements: military experience.
  • AB 852 (Dickinson): State Bar of California: enforcement actions.
  • AB 853 (Brown): Vehicles: motorsport license plates.
  • AB 854 (Stone): Locksmithing.
  • AB 855 (Brown): State employees: absence without leave: reinstatement.
  • AB 856 (Hagman): Securities: sale or issue: exemptions.
  • AB 857 (Fong): Initiatives: petition circulators.
  • AB 858 (Melendez): Highways.
  • AB 859 (Gomez): Professions and vocations: military medical personnel.
  • AB 860 (Bocanegra and Perea): Medical school scholarships.
  • AB 861 (Fong): Motor vehicles: proof of financial responsibility.
  • AB 862 (Wieckowski): Automobile insurance: underinsured motorist coverage.
  • AB 863 (Torres): Transit projects: environmental review process.
  • AB 864 (Skinner): Athletic trainers.
  • AB 865 (Eggman): Yacht and Ship Brokers Act: licensing.
  • AB 866 (Linder): Regulations.
  • AB 867 (Yamada): Aeronautics: meteorological towers: markings.
  • AB 868 (Ammiano): Courts: training programs: gender identity and sexual orientation.
  • AB 869 (Medina): Utilities: emergency response.
  • AB 870 (Jones-Sawyer): Public contracts: bidders: employment practices.
  • AB 871 (Jones): Concealed weapons.
  • AB 872 (Dickinson): Public employees: rights.
  • AB 873 (Chau): Housing: emergency housing and assistance funding.
  • AB 874 (Williams): Public utilities: unionization.
  • AB 875 (Chesbro): Forest management.
  • AB 876 (Bonta): Telecommunications: California Teleconnect Fund Administrative Committee Fund.
  • AB 877 (Bocanegra): Direct recording electronic voting systems.
  • AB 878 (Torres): Land use: local planning.
  • AB 879 (Bocanegra): Emerging technology and biotechnology company: income taxes: net operating losses: transfers.
  • AB 880 (Gomez): Medi-Cal program costs: large employer responsibility.
  • AB 881 (Chesbro): Oil spill prevention and administrative fee.
  • AB 882 (Gordon): Recall elections: state officers: signature verification.
  • AB 883 (Cooley): Child sexual abuse: prevention pilot program.
  • AB 884 (Bonilla): County Board of Parole Commissioners: parole terms.
  • AB 885 (Ammiano): Discovery: prosecutorial duty to disclose information.
  • AB 886 (Allen and Ian Calderon): California Transportation Financing Authority: tax credit certificates for exporters and importers: income tax credit.
  • AB 887 (Allen): State government: regulations: economic analysis.
  • AB 888 (Dickinson): State Bar of California: enforcement actions.
  • AB 889 (Frazier): Health care coverage: prescription drugs.
  • AB 890 (Jones): False advertising.
  • AB 891 (Jones): Voter registration: requirements.
  • AB 892 (Daly): Parcel taxes.
  • AB 893 (Daly): Income taxes: deductions: Mello-Roos.
  • AB 894 (Mansoor): Consumer affairs.
  • AB 895 (Rendon): Postsecondary education: online education task force.
  • AB 896 (Eggman): Wildlife management areas: mosquito abatement.
  • AB 897 (Wagner): Disability access fees and information.
  • AB 898 (Ting): Zero-emission vehicles: infrastructure.
  • AB 899 (Weber): Academic content standards: English language development standards.
  • AB 900 (Alejo): Medi-Cal: reimbursement: distinct part nursing facilities.
  • AB 901 (Wieckowski): Income taxes: exclusion: qualified small business stock.
  • AB 902 (Beth Gaines): Vehicles: rules of the road: right-of-way.
  • AB 903 (Fong): Income taxes: deductions: natural resources.
  • AB 904 (Chesbro): Forest practices: working forest management plans.
  • AB 905 (Ting): Real property: environmental fee covenants.
  • AB 906 (Pan): Personal services contracts.
  • AB 907 (Conway): Employment: flexible work schedules.
  • AB 908 (Bonilla): Unemployment insurance: use of information.
  • AB 909 (Gray): Metal theft and related recycling crimes.
  • AB 910 (Conway): Land use: general plan: public works.
  • AB 911 (Bloom): Telephone systems: 911.
  • AB 912 (Quirk-Silva): Health care coverage: fertility preservation.
  • AB 913 (Chau): Charter schools.
  • AB 914 (Gordon): Political Reform Act of 1974: campaign disclosures.
  • AB 915 (Jones-Sawyer): Youth Community Incentives Act of 2013.
  • AB 916 (Eggman): Healing arts: false or misleading advertising.
  • AB 917 (Bradford): Charter schools: authorization: petition: signatures.
  • AB 918 (Cooley): Emergency services: preparedness.
  • AB 919 (Williams): Sales and use taxes: veterans: itinerant vendors: repayment.
  • AB 920 (Ting): Property taxation: tax bill information.
  • AB 921 (Jones-Sawyer): Child welfare services.
  • AB 922 (Patterson): Electrical and gas service: rates: CARE program: eligibility.
  • AB 923 (Bigelow): Public Utilities Commission: direct transaction proceedings.
  • AB 924 (Bigelow): Grand theft.
  • AB 925 (Beth Gaines and Bigelow): State officer or supervisory employee: personal liability for overpayment of compensation.
  • AB 926 (Bonilla): Reproductive health and research.
  • AB 927 (Muratsuchi): Income taxes: credits: hiring.
  • AB 928 (Olsen): Personal information: privacy.
  • AB 929 (Jones): State responsibility areas: structures: fees.
  • AB 930 (Hall): Enterprise zones: energy management plans.
  • AB 931 (Beth Gaines): Public Employees’ Retirement System: Board of Administration: health benefits.
  • AB 932 (Achadjian): Sex offenders: registration.
  • AB 933 (Hall and Skinner): Distilled spirits manufacturers: licenses: tastings.
  • AB 934 (Cooley): Local agencies: unclaimed money.
  • AB 935 (Frazier): San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority: terms of board members.
  • AB 936 (Wilk): Group homes: mental health services.
  • AB 937 (Wieckowski): Conservators and guardians: personal rights of conservatees.
  • AB 938 (Weber): Voting: felons.
  • AB 939 (Melendez): Pupil and school personnel health: automatic external defibrillators.
  • AB 940 (Morrell): Schools: volunteers: school facility maintenance or improvement.
  • AB 941 (Rendon): Controller: reports.
  • AB 942 (Nestande): Financial institutions: trust company.
  • AB 943 (Nestande): Corporation Tax Law: credits: K-12 education programs and scholarships.
  • AB 944 (Nestande): Distance learning.
  • AB 945 (Nestande): Taxation: credits.
  • AB 946 (Stone): Transit buses: Counties of Monterey and Santa Cruz.
  • AB 947 (Beth Gaines): School employees: teachers: termination: reappointment: seniority deviation.
  • AB 948 (Olsen): Charter schools: school facilities: Charter School Facility Grant Program.
  • AB 949 (Quirk): Distilled spirits manufacturers: licenses: tastings.
  • AB 950 (Chau): Community colleges: full-time instructors.
  • AB 951 (Medina): Educational rights of homeless children: local educational agency liaison: school district administrator and staff training.
  • AB 952 (Atkins): Low-income housing tax credits.
  • AB 953 (Ammiano): California Environmental Quality Act.
  • AB 954 (Maienschein): Developmental services: habilitation.
  • AB 955 (Williams): Community colleges: intersession extension programs.
  • AB 956 (Mansoor): Vehicle accidents: fleeing.
  • AB 957 (Wagner): Postmortem photographs.
  • AB 958 (Jones): Child custody: evaluations and reports.
  • AB 959 (Bonilla): Pupil assessment.
  • AB 960 (Campos): State government: Commission on the Status of Women and Girls.
  • AB 961 (Levine): Health facilities: investigations: public disclosure.
  • AB 962 (Harkey): State government: survey of local assessment procedures.
  • AB 963 (Levine): State contracts: request for proposal: procedures.
  • AB 964 (Bonta): Vehicles: dealers.
  • AB 965 (Brown): State government: small business certification.
  • AB 966 (Bonta): Prisoner Protections for Family and Community Health Act.
  • AB 967 (Hueso): Substandard housing: regulations.
  • AB 968 (Gordon): Common interest developments: elections.
  • AB 969 (Ammiano): Landlord and tenant.
  • AB 970 (Alejo): Pupils: limited English proficiency.
  • AB 971 (Garcia): Public agency employers: paratransit providers: criminal history information.
  • AB 972 (Ian Calderon): Employment: electricians: certification.
  • AB 973 (Quirk-Silva): Long-term health facilities: culture change.
  • AB 974 (Hall): Patient transfer: nonmedical reasons: notice to contact person or next of kin.
  • AB 975 (Bonta and Wieckowski): Health facilities community benefits.
  • AB 976 (Atkins): Coastal resources: California Coastal Act of 1976: enforcement: penalties.
  • AB 977 (Salas): Community colleges: career technical education programs.
  • AB 978 (Blumenfield): Financial institutions: Iran sanctions.
  • AB 979 (Weber): Peace officers: Maritime Peace Officer Standards Training Act of 2013.
  • AB 980 (Pan): Primary care clinics: abortion.
  • AB 981 (Bloom): Redevelopment dissolution.
  • AB 982 (Williams): Oil and gas: hydraulic fracturing.
  • AB 983 (Melendez): Self-service storage facilities.
  • AB 984 (Chau and Gordon): The California Housing Finance Agency.
  • AB 985 (Cooley): Guardianship and adoption assistance.
  • AB 986 (Bradford): Postrelease community supervision: flash incarceration: city jails.
  • AB 987 (Maienschein): Mental health: conservatorship hearings for the gravely disabled.
  • AB 988 (Jones): New Motor Vehicle Board: recreational off-highway vehicles.
  • AB 989 (Mullin): State teachers’ retirement: account statements.
  • AB 990 (Conway): Income taxes: minimum franchise tax.
  • AB 991 (Hueso): Fish and Game Commission.
  • AB 992 (Perea): Sex offender registration: juvenile offenders.
  • AB 993 (Linder): Contractors: arbitration.
  • AB 994 (Lowenthal): Postplea misdemeanor diversion programs.
  • AB 995 (Frazier): Public utilities: intervenor fees: customers.
  • AB 996 (Dickinson): Agricultural products: direct marketing: certified farmers’ markets.
  • AB 997 (Chesbro): Solid waste: enforcement agencies.
  • AB 998 (Atkins and Fong): Homelessness: Interagency Council on Homelessness.
  • AB 999 (Bonta): Prisoner Protections for Family and Community Health Act.
  • AB 1000 (Maienschein and Wieckowski): Physical therapists: direct access to services: professional corporations.
  • AB 1001 (Gordon): Hazardous materials: packaging: exemptions.
  • AB 1002 (Bloom): Vehicles: registration fee: sustainable communities strategies.
  • AB 1003 (Maienschein): Professional corporations: healing arts practitioners.
  • AB 1004 (Gray): Criminal procedure.
  • AB 1005 (Alejo): Judicial appointments: demographic data.
  • AB 1006 (Yamada): Juvenile court records: sealing and destruction.
  • AB 1007 (Wagner): State government: payment of claims against the state.
  • AB 1008 (Bonta and Buchanan): Alameda County Medical Center hospital authority.
  • AB 1009 (Mansoor): Deadly weapons: definition.
  • AB 1010 (Hueso): Financial statements: workers’ compensation insurers: publication.
  • AB 1011 (Salas): Unclaimed property: interest payment.
  • AB 1012 (Gomez): County tax bill: notice: property tax assistance and postponement.
  • AB 1013 (Gomez): Consumer affairs.
  • AB 1014 (Williams): Energy: electrical corporations: green tariff shared renewable program.
  • AB 1015 (Hagman): School facilities: joint occupancy: high-performance grants and tax credits.
  • AB 1016 (Quirk-Silva): Foreign language instruction: teaching credential: State Seal of Biliteracy.
  • AB 1017 (Gomez): Incoming telephone calls: messages.
  • AB 1018 (Conway): Income taxes: deduction: medical expenses.
  • AB 1019 (Ammiano): State prisons: correctional education and vocational training.
  • AB 1020 (Bonta): Firearms: notice to purchasers.
  • AB 1021 (Eggman): Alternative energy: recycled feedstock.
  • AB 1022 (Eggman): Electronic waste: CRT glass market development payments.
  • AB 1023 (Eggman): Air resources: greenhouse gas emissions.
  • AB 1024 (Gonzalez): Attorneys: admission to practice.
  • AB 1025 (Garcia): Public postsecondary education: credit by examination.
  • AB 1026 (Quirk): Toxic chemicals: listing.
  • AB 1027 (Bonilla): Youth sports: criminal background checks.
  • AB 1028 (Patterson): Vocational nursing: interim permits.
  • AB 1029 (Maienschein): Trusts and estates: allocations of receipts.
  • AB 1030 (Cooley): Community colleges: organization of governing boards: nonvoting student members.
  • AB 1031 (Achadjian): Local government: open meetings.
  • AB 1032 (Gordon): Charter schools: facilities.
  • AB 1033 (Donnelly): Corruption of voters.
  • AB 1034 (Nazarian): Weapons: destructive device.
  • AB 1035 (John A. Pérez): Workers’ compensation: firefighters and peace officers.
  • AB 1036 (Blumenfield): Mortgages.
  • AB 1037 (V. Manuel Pérez): Employee Housing Act: agricultural land use.
  • AB 1038 (Gray): Milk products: California Dairy Future Task Force.
  • AB 1039 (Hall): Local gambling control.
  • AB 1040 (Wieckowski): Peace officer: firearms.
  • AB 1041 (Chesbro): Developmental services: Employment First Policy.
  • AB 1042 (Hall): Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund.
  • AB 1043 (Chau): Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006: groundwater contamination.
  • AB 1044 (Hueso): Paid political advertisements.
  • AB 1045 (Quirk-Silva): Sterile compounding and nonresident pharmacies.
  • AB 1046 (Gordon): Department of Transportation: Innovative Delivery Team Demonstration Program.
  • AB 1047 (Linder): Commercial driver’s licenses.
  • AB 1048 (Gray): Petroleum products: fuel terminals: biodiesel.
  • AB 1049 (Harkey): State Board of Equalization: administration: interest.
  • AB 1050 (Dickinson): Board of State and Community Corrections.
  • AB 1051 (Bocanegra): Housing.
  • AB 1052 (Quirk): Community facilities: district formation.
  • AB 1053 (Cooley): Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District: return of improperly collected money.
  • AB 1054 (Chesbro): Mental health: skilled nursing facility: reimbursement rate.
  • AB 1055 (Pan): Taxation: qualified heavy equipment.
  • AB 1056 (Jones): State Air Resources Board: market-based compliance mechanism.
  • AB 1057 (Medina): Professions and vocations: licenses: military service.
  • AB 1058 (Chávez): San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.
  • AB 1059 (Wieckowski): Public officers and employees: financial interests.
  • AB 1060 (Fox and V. Manuel Pérez): Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission.
  • AB 1061 (Fox): Sold waste: disposal: residents.
  • AB 1062 (Jones-Sawyer): Human resources.
  • AB 1063 (Eggman): Surveyors and engineers.
  • AB 1064 (Holden): Income taxes: credits.
  • AB 1065 (Holden): Parole.
  • AB 1066 (Holden): School finance: average daily enrollment.
  • AB 1067 (Medina): Economic development: foreign trade.
  • AB 1068 (Bloom): Pupil records.
  • AB 1069 (Dickinson): California Exposition and State Fair.
  • AB 1070 (Frazier): California Transportation Financing Authority.
  • AB 1071 (Hueso): Controlled substances: mushrooms.
  • AB 1072 (Wagner): Mortgage loan modification.
  • AB 1073 (Torres): Emergency services: utility access.
  • AB 1074 (Atkins): Horse racing: thoroughbred racing.
  • AB 1075 (Olsen): Primary elections: voter-nominated offices.
  • AB 1076 (Olsen): School safety: panic buttons.
  • AB 1077 (Muratsuchi and Ting): Sales and use taxes: vehicle license fee: alternative fuel motor vehicles.
  • AB 1078 (Quirk): Water: water recycling technology.
  • AB 1079 (Bradford): Economic development: energy management area and plans.
  • AB 1080 (Alejo): Community Revitalization and Investment Authorities.
  • AB 1081 (Medina): Economic development: goods-movement-related infrastructure.
  • AB 1082 (Williams): Employment records: report.
  • AB 1083 (Brown): School accountability report card: standardized template.
  • AB 1084 (Melendez): Firearms: punishment.
  • AB 1085 (Beth Gaines and Morrell): Cal Grant Program: maximum award amounts: private institutions.
  • AB 1086 (Morrell): Charter schools: financial reports.
  • AB 1087 (Mitchell and Torres): Medi-Cal: California’s Bridge to Reform Demonstration.
  • AB 1088 (Muratsuchi): The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development: trade office: Japan.
  • AB 1089 (Ian Calderon): Foster care.
  • AB 1090 (Fong): Public officers: conflicts of interest: contracts.
  • AB 1091 (Skinner): Finance and mortgage lenders.
  • AB 1092 (Levine): Building standards: electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
  • AB 1093 (Grove): Veterans: student financial aid.
  • AB 1094 (Brown): CalWORKs: eligibility.
  • AB 1095 (Nestande): Junk dealers and recyclers: nonferrous materials.
  • AB 1096 (Nestande): Vehicles: specialized license plates: Salton Sea.
  • AB 1097 (Nestande): Fish and Game Commission: Mirage Trail.
  • AB 1098 (Gray): Attorneys: practice of law.
  • AB 1099 (Fong): Public postsecondary education: disabled student services.
  • AB 1100 (Levine): Telecommunications: California Teleconnect Fund Administrative Committee Fund.
  • AB 1101 (Chesbro): Vehicles: State Highway Route 101: carriers of livestock.
  • AB 1102 (Allen and Quirk-Silva): Beach burning: coastal development permit: South Coast Air Quality Management District.
  • AB 1103 (Hall): Gaming: slot machines.
  • AB 1104 (Salas): California Environmental Quality Act: biogas pipelines: exemption.
  • AB 1105 (Hueso): Administrative practices.
  • AB 1106 (Waldron): Public entities: liability.
  • AB 1107 (Garcia): CalWORKs eligibility: domestic violence.
  • AB 1108 (Frazier and Perea): Sex offenders: foster care homes: prohibitions.
  • AB 1109 (Bonilla): Emergency housing and assistance.
  • AB 1110 (Mansoor): Foster care services.
  • AB 1111 (Wieckowski): Courts: subpoenas.
  • AB 1112 (Ammiano): Transportation transactions and use taxes: Bay Area.
  • AB 1113 (Frazier): Provisional driver’s licenses: restrictions.
  • AB 1114 (Achadjian): Contractors: home improvement contracts.
  • AB 1115 (Jones): Vehicles: driver’s licenses.
  • AB 1116 (Hall): Alcoholic beverages: licensees.
  • AB 1117 (Donnelly): Initiative petitions: electronic access.
  • AB 1118 (Hagman): Statewide bail schedule.
  • AB 1119 (Hagman): Postrelease reentry pilot program.
  • AB 1120 (Hagman): Department of Justice: felony reporting: release on own recognizance.
  • AB 1121 (Atkins): Gender identity: petition for change of name.
  • AB 1122 (Levine): Voter registration: Department of Motor Vehicles.
  • AB 1123 (Nestande and Patterson): Street gangs.
  • AB 1124 (Muratsuchi): Medi-Cal: reimbursement rates.
  • AB 1125 (Wagner): Attorney’s fees.
  • AB 1126 (Gordon and Mullin): Solid waste: engineered municipal solid waste (EMSW) conversion.
  • AB 1127 (Chau): Legal aid: court interpreters.
  • AB 1128 (Salas): Alcoholic beverages: underage drinking.
  • AB 1129 (Beth Gaines): Income tax: health savings accounts.
  • AB 1130 (Wilk): Insurance: home protection contracts.
  • AB 1131 (Skinner): Firearms.
  • AB 1132 (Eggman): Agriculture: livestock drugs and commercial feed.
  • AB 1133 (Mitchell): Foster children: special health care needs.
  • AB 1134 (Hueso): Migratory birds: state duck stamps.
  • AB 1135 (Mullin): Vote-by-mail ballots: signature verification.
  • AB 1136 (Levine): Pharmacists: drug disclosures.
  • AB 1137 (Mansoor): Industrial hemp.
  • AB 1138 (Chau): Workers’ compensation: records.
  • AB 1139 (Lowenthal): Prescriptions: biosimilar products.
  • AB 1140 (Daly): Public works: prevailing wages.
  • AB 1141 (Dahle): Franchises.
  • AB 1142 (Bloom): State beaches and parks: smoking ban.
  • AB 1143 (Skinner): Tax administration: suspension or forfeiture: limited liability companies.
  • AB 1144 (Hall): Public Employees’ Medical and Hospital Care Act: City of Carson.
  • AB 1145 (Mullin): Sales and use taxes.
  • AB 1146 (Morrell): Pupils: concurrent enrollment in secondary school and community college.
  • AB 1147 (Gomez): Massage therapy.
  • AB 1148 (Melendez): Crimes: sentence enhancements.
  • AB 1149 (Campos): Identity theft: local agencies.
  • AB 1150 (Fong): Security loan agreements.
  • AB 1151 (Ting): Tax agent registration.
  • AB 1152 (Ammiano): School finance: categorical programs.
  • AB 1153 (Eggman): Master esthetician: license.
  • AB 1154 (Gray): Horse racing: equine drug testing: equine medical director.
  • AB 1155 (Wilk): Insurance: disclosure: material transactions.
  • AB 1156 (V. Manuel Pérez): Palo Verde Irrigation District Act.
  • AB 1157 (Jones): Elections: voting procedures.
  • AB 1158 (Waldron): Vehicles: on-street parking for electric vehicles.
  • AB 1159 (Gonzalez): Immigration services.
  • AB 1160 (Wagner): Decedents’ estates: personal representative.
  • AB 1161 (Salas): Nuisance: mining activities.
  • AB 1162 (Frazier): Student financial aid: debit cards.
  • AB 1163 (Levine): Public Employees’ Retirement System: Board of Administration: education.
  • AB 1164 (Lowenthal): Liens: employees and workers.
  • AB 1165 (Skinner): Occupational safety and health: violations.
  • AB 1166 (Blumenfield): International relations: trade and economic development: Israel.
  • AB 1167 (Dickinson): Court records: electronic forms.
  • AB 1168 (Pan): Safe body art.
  • AB 1169 (Daly): Escrow agent rating service: escrow agents.
  • AB 1170 (Donnelly): Primary elections: party qualification.
  • AB 1171 (Levine): Child welfare services: electronic records.
  • AB 1172 (Bocanegra): Property tax: portability study.
  • AB 1173 (Bocanegra): Personal Income and Corporation Tax Law: nonqualified deferred compensation plan: tentative minimum tax: credits: exempt organizations.
  • AB 1174 (Bocanegra and Logue): Dental professionals: teledentistry under Medi-Cal.
  • AB 1175 (Bocanegra): Food and agriculture: cooperative agreements: agricultural inspector associates.
  • AB 1176 (Bocanegra and Bonta): Medical residency training program grants.
  • AB 1177 (Bocanegra): Structural fumigation.
  • AB 1178 (Bocanegra): Pupil instruction: California Promise Neighborhood Initiative.
  • AB 1179 (Bocanegra): Strategic Growth Council.
  • AB 1180 (Pan): Health care coverage: federally eligible defined individuals: conversion or continuation of coverage.
  • AB 1181 (Gray): Public employee organizations: members: paid leaves of absence.
  • AB 1182 (Brown): Medically underserved areas.
  • AB 1183 (Jones): Civil discovery: motion to compel further response.
  • AB 1184 (Wagner): Superior court security.
  • AB 1185 (Morrell): Employment: day’s work.
  • AB 1186 (Bonilla): State Athletic Commission.
  • AB 1187 (Mansoor): Foster care funds: subsidized child care for foster parents.
  • AB 1188 (Bradford): Fire protection: general obligation bonds.
  • AB 1189 (Nazarian): Income taxes: credits: qualified motion pictures.
  • AB 1190 (Bloom): Hazardous waste: transportation.
  • AB 1191 (Patterson): Energy: assessments and forecasts.
  • AB 1192 (Beth Gaines): Vehicles: parking: motorcycles.
  • AB 1193 (Ting): Bikeways.
  • AB 1194 (Ammiano and V. Manuel Pérez): Safe Routes to School Program.
  • AB 1195 (Eggman): Public records: crime victims.
  • AB 1196 (Melendez): Veterans’ benefits: Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • AB 1197 (Jones-Sawyer): Juvenile justice: Youthful Offender Block Fund.
  • AB 1198 (Jones-Sawyer): Public contracts: bidders: employment practices.
  • AB 1199 (Fong): Community colleges: funding.
  • AB 1200 (Levine): Recycled water: agricultural irrigation impoundments: pilot project.
  • AB 1201 (Allen): International trade.
  • AB 1202 (Skinner): Occupational safety and health standards: hazardous drugs.
  • AB 1203 (Gorell): Taxation: interest: penalties.
  • AB 1204 (Gorell): Sales and use taxes: purchase.
  • AB 1205 (Wieckowski): Mobilehome Residency Law: mediation program.
  • AB 1206 (Morrell): State agency funds: security for deposits.
  • AB 1207 (Brown): Community development.
  • AB 1208 (Pan): Insurance affordability programs: application form.
  • AB 1209 (Bonilla): Teacher credentialing: visiting faculty permits.
  • AB 1210 (Brown): Enterprise zones.
  • AB 1211 (Linder): Vehicles: high-occupancy vehicle lanes.
  • AB 1212 (Levine): Public contracts: bids: “or equal” materials or service.
  • AB 1213 (Bloom): Bobcat Protection Act of 2013.
  • AB 1214 (Muratsuchi): Regional occupational centers and programs: funding.
  • AB 1215 (Hagman and Holden): Clinical laboratories.
  • AB 1216 (Campos): Pupil discipline: suspension and expulsion: hate violence.
  • AB 1217 (Lowenthal): Home Care Services Consumer Protection Act.
  • AB 1218 (Gray): California State Auditor: duties.
  • AB 1219 (Morrell): Administrative Procedure Act: adverse economic impact.
  • AB 1220 (Skinner): Consumer credit reporting: adverse action.
  • AB 1221 (Wilk): School employees: discipline: suspension and dismissal.
  • AB 1222 (Bloom and Dickinson): Public employees’ retirement: collective bargaining: transit workers: transportation.
  • AB 1223 (Stone): Safe drinking water act.
  • AB 1224 (Harkey): Postsecondary education.
  • AB 1225 (Maienschein): State and local fund allocations.
  • AB 1226 (Hall): Horse racing: jockey riding fees.
  • AB 1227 (Linder): Credit unions.
  • AB 1228 (V. Manuel Pérez): Electricity: eligible fuel cell customer-generators.
  • AB 1229 (Atkins): Land use: zoning regulations.
  • AB 1230 (Donnelly): Mammals: use of dogs to pursue bears and bobcats.
  • AB 1231 (V. Manuel Pérez): Regional centers: telehealth.
  • AB 1232 (V. Manuel Pérez): Developmental services: quality assessment system.
  • AB 1233 (Chesbro): Medi-Cal: Administrative Claiming process.
  • AB 1234 (Levine): Insurance: registration statements.
  • AB 1235 (Gordon): Local agencies: financial management training.
  • AB 1236 (Hagman): Contractors: limited liability companies.
  • AB 1237 (Garcia): Local government finance.
  • AB 1238 (Weber): Parole: reentry programs.
  • AB 1239 (Holden): Public contracts: anti-trafficking.
  • AB 1240 (Jones): Mortgages: deed of trust.
  • AB 1241 (Weber): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • AB 1242 (Melendez): Enterprise zones.
  • AB 1243 (Hueso): Employment: taxi drivers.
  • AB 1244 (Bradford): Williamson Act.
  • AB 1245 (V. Manuel Pérez): Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
  • AB 1246 (Nestande): Legislature: health benefits coverage.
  • AB 1247 (Bocanegra and Medina): Business investments: Small Business Financial Assistance Act of 2013.
  • AB 1248 (Cooley): Controller: internal control guidelines applicable to local agencies.
  • AB 1249 (Salas): Integrated regional water management plans: nitrate contamination.
  • AB 1250 (Perea): Privileged communications: official information: identity of informer.
  • AB 1251 (Gorell): Water quality: stormwater.
  • AB 1252 (Committee on Health): Retail food safety.
  • AB 1253 (Blumenfield and Nazarian): Vehicles: mobile advertising displays.
  • AB 1254 (Gorell): Civil actions: settlement offers.
  • AB 1255 (Pan): Corporations: consumer cooperatives.
  • AB 1256 (Bloom): Civil law: privacy: entry and exit of facilities.
  • AB 1257 (Bocanegra): Energy: State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission: natural gas.
  • AB 1258 (Skinner): Electricity: hydroelectric and pumped storage facilities.
  • AB 1259 (Olsen): Sacramento-San Joaquin Valley.
  • AB 1260 (Medina): California family owned business.
  • AB 1261 (Gorell): Public school facilities: expelled pupils program.
  • AB 1262 (Hagman): Insurance: disability insurance: seniors.
  • AB 1263 (John A. Pérez): Medi-Cal: CommuniCal.
  • AB 1264 (Conway): Comprehensive school safety plans: tactical response plans.
  • AB 1265 (Conway): Mental health: assisted outpatient treatment.
  • AB 1266 (Ammiano): Pupil rights: sex-segregated school programs and activities.
  • AB 1267 (Hall): Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
  • AB 1268 (John A. Pérez): Unemployment insurance: veterans’ unemployment: Veterans Workforce Development and Employment Office.
  • AB 1269 (Gray): Medicine: special faculty permit.
  • AB 1270 (Eggman): Department of Motor Vehicles: records: confidentiality.
  • AB 1271 (Bonta and Jones-Sawyer): Community colleges: inmate education programs: computation of apportionments.
  • AB 1272 (Medina): California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank.
  • AB 1273 (Ting): Tidelands and submerged lands: City and County of San Francisco: Piers 30–32: multipurpose venue.
  • AB 1274 (Bradford): Privacy: customer electrical or natural gas usage data.
  • AB 1275 (Chau): Unclaimed property: filing of claims.
  • AB 1276 (Bloom): Parole: juvenile offenders.
  • AB 1277 (Skinner): Occupational safety and health: procedures.
  • AB 1278 (Hueso): Integrative cancer treatment.
  • AB 1279 (Conway): Open Enrollment Act.
  • AB 1280 (John A. Pérez): Public assistance payments and unemployment compensation benefits: electronic fund transfer: qualifying accounts.
  • AB 1281 (Morrell): Regional occupational centers and programs: attendance computation.
  • AB 1282 (Bonta): Financial institutions: credit unions.
  • AB 1283 (Bonilla): Homeless youth: service providers.
  • AB 1284 (Patterson): Income taxes: credits: adoption costs.
  • AB 1285 (Fong): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • AB 1286 (Skinner): Personal income tax: voluntary contributions: California Breast Cancer Research Fund.
  • AB 1287 (Quirk-Silva): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program eligibility.
  • AB 1288 (V. Manuel Pérez): Medical Board of California and Osteopathic Medical Board of California: licensing: application processing.
  • AB 1289 (Cooley): State government: California Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
  • AB 1290 (John A. Pérez): Transportation planning.
  • AB 1291 (Lowenthal): Privacy: Right to Know Act of 2013: disclosure of a customer’s personal information.
  • AB 1292 (Linder): State mandates.
  • AB 1293 (Bloom): Courts.
  • AB 1294 (Grove): Public works: civil wage and penalty assessments.
  • AB 1295 (Roger Hernández): Public utilities: renewable energy: community renewables option.
  • AB 1296 (Skinner): Firearms: mentally disordered persons.
  • AB 1297 (John A. Pérez): Coroners: organ donation.
  • AB 1298 (Beth Gaines): California Emergency Technology Guard.
  • AB 1299 (Bradford): Telecommunications: universal service programs: California Advanced Services Fund.
  • AB 1300 (Roger Hernández): Credit cards: oral disclosures.
  • AB 1301 (Bloom): Oil and gas: hydraulic fracturing.
  • AB 1302 (Hagman): Environmental quality: the Sustainable Environmental Protection Act.
  • AB 1303 (Hall): Horse racing: northern zone: fairs: satellite wagering.
  • AB 1304 (Waldron): Taxation: Franchise Tax Board: notices.
  • AB 1305 (Gray): The California State Auditor: duties: audits.
  • AB 1306 (Wilk): Public postsecondary education: New University of California.
  • AB 1307 (Bradford): Public utilities.
  • AB 1308 (Bonilla): Midwifery.
  • AB 1309 (Perea): Workers’ compensation: professional athletes.
  • AB 1310 (Brown): Medi-Cal: pediatric subacute care.
  • AB 1311 (Bradford): Recall elections.
  • AB 1312 (Brown): Health facilities: health care standards of practice.
  • AB 1313 (Donnelly): Judgeships: allocation.
  • AB 1314 (Bloom): Vehicles: compressed natural gas vehicles: inspections.
  • AB 1315 (John A. Pérez): California Green Collar Jobs Act of 2008: Green Collar Jobs Council.
  • AB 1316 (Harkey): Election ballots: identical candidate names.
  • AB 1317 (Frazier): State government operations.
  • AB 1318 (Bonilla): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • AB 1319 (Eggman): Agriculture.
  • AB 1320 (Bloom): Redevelopment: allocation of property tax: passthrough payments.
  • AB 1321 (Jones): Serious felonies.
  • AB 1322 (Patterson): State Controller: property tax postponement.
  • AB 1323 (Mitchell): Oil and gas: hydraulic fracturing.
  • AB 1324 (Bonta and Skinner): Vehicles: additional registration fees: vehicle theft crimes.
  • AB 1325 (John A. Pérez): Vandalism: punishment.
  • AB 1326 (Bradford and Gorell): Sales and use taxes: exemptions: unmanned aerial vehicle manufacturing: income taxes: credits: hiring.
  • AB 1327 (Bradford and Gorell and Quirk): Unmanned aircraft systems.
  • AB 1328 (Linder): Vehicles: offstreet parking: electric vehicles.
  • AB 1329 (V. Manuel Pérez): Hazardous waste.
  • AB 1330 (John A. Pérez): Environmental justice.
  • AB 1331 (Rendon): Clean, Safe, and Reliable Drinking Water Act of 2014.
  • AB 1332 (Hagman): California State Lottery: assignment of prize payments.
  • AB 1333 (Roger Hernández): Local government: contracts.
  • AB 1334 (Conway): Parole.
  • AB 1335 (Maienschein): Sex offenses: disabled victims.
  • AB 1336 (Frazier): Prevailing wages: payroll records.
  • AB 1337 (Allen): Solid waste: plastic bag: recycling.
  • AB 1338 (Buchanan): School employees: child abuse: reporting.
  • AB 1339 (Maienschein): Professional fiduciaries: guardians and conservators.
  • AB 1340 (Achadjian): Enhanced treatment programs.
  • AB 1341 (Morrell): Public meetings.
  • AB 1342 (Jones-Sawyer): Gambling activities and establishments.
  • AB 1343 (Bonilla): Local government: general plan: housing element.
  • AB 1344 (Mansoor): Enterprise zones.
  • AB 1345 (Mansoor): Enterprise zones.
  • AB 1346 (Pan): Postemployment health benefits: Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District: employer contributions.
  • AB 1347 (Gray): Horse racing: out-of-state thoroughbred races.
  • AB 1348 (John A. Pérez): Postsecondary education: California Higher Education Authority.
  • AB 1349 (Gatto): CalConserve Water Use Efficiency Revolving Fund.
  • AB 1350 (Roger Hernández): Electricity: direct transactions.
  • AB 1351 (Chávez): Renewable energy resources.
  • AB 1352 (Levine): Courts: destruction of court records.
  • AB 1353 (Linder): Public contracts.
  • AB 1354 (Chávez): Public utilities: net-energy metering.
  • AB 1355 (Wilk): Limited liability companies: indemnification: agents.
  • AB 1356 (Bloom): Stalking: remedies.
  • AB 1357 (Roger Hernández): Emergency departments: diversion of patients.
  • AB 1358 (Fong): Student body association: student representation fee.
  • AB 1359 (Roger Hernández): Quimby Act: use of fees.
  • AB 1360 (Torres): Common interest developments: electronic voting.
  • AB 1361 (Bonilla): Public utilities: tariff schedules.
  • AB 1362 (Ting): Education technology.
  • AB 1363 (Roger Hernández): Public safety services.
  • AB 1364 (Ting): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • AB 1365 (John A. Pérez): State and local agency reports: Legislative Counsel.
  • AB 1366 (Allen): Charter-party carriers of passengers: report by Public Utilities Commission.
  • AB 1367 (Mansoor): Mental health: Mental Health Services Fund.
  • AB 1368 (Patterson): Self-generation incentive program.
  • AB 1369 (Achadjian and Levine): Vehicles: farm pickup trucks.
  • AB 1370 (Patterson): Recycling: beverage containers.
  • AB 1371 (Bradford): Vehicles: bicycles: passing distance.
  • AB 1372 (Bonilla): Health insurance: pervasive developmental disorder or autism.
  • AB 1373 (John A. Pérez): Workers’ compensation: firefighters and peace officers.
  • AB 1374 (Gray): State government: The California Whistleblower Protection Act: state agencies: Internet.
  • AB 1375 (Chau): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: market-based compliance mechanisms: Clean Technology Investment Account.
  • AB 1376 (Roger Hernández): Workers’ compensation: medical treatment: interpreters.
  • AB 1377 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): State employees: memorandum of understanding.
  • AB 1378 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security: state employees: memorandum of understanding.
  • AB 1379 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): Teachers’ Retirement Law.
  • AB 1380 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): County employees’ retirement.
  • AB 1381 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): State Teachers’ Retirement Law: pension reform.
  • AB 1382 (Committee on Health): Reporting.
  • AB 1383 (Roger Hernández): Hazardous waste: permitting.
  • AB 1384 (Committee on Labor and Employment): Garment manufacturing: civil penalties.
  • AB 1385 (Committee on Labor and Employment): Private employment: Department of Industrial Relations.
  • AB 1386 (Committee on Labor and Employment): Employment: employee complaints: final orders.
  • AB 1387 (Roger Hernández): Car washes.
  • AB 1388 (Committee on Agriculture): Horses: test verification, horse shows, competitions, and sales.
  • AB 1389 (Committee on Agriculture): Agriculture.
  • AB 1390 (Committee on Agriculture): Milk products: pasteurization: goat milk.
  • AB 1391 (Committee on Insurance): Insurance: omnibus.
  • AB 1392 (Committee on Insurance): Unemployment insurance: work sharing plans.
  • AB 1393 (Perea): Personal income taxes: income exclusion: mortgage debt forgiveness.
  • AB 1394 (Committee on Insurance): State Compensation Insurance Fund: executive appointments.
  • AB 1395 (Committee on Insurance): Insurance: surplus line brokers.
  • AB 1396 (Committee on Banking and Finance): Department of Financial Services.
  • AB 1397 (Committee on Veterans Affairs): California National Guard and United States Military Reserve: employment protections.
  • AB 1398 (Committee on Natural Resources): Solid waste: recycling: enforcement agencies.
  • AB 1399 (Medina and V. Manuel Pérez): Income taxation: credits: New Market Tax Credit.
  • AB 1400 (Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy): Export documents: expiration.
  • AB 1401 (Committee on Judiciary): Jury duty: eligibility.
  • AB 1402 (Committee on Judiciary): Attorneys.
  • AB 1403 (Committee on Judiciary): Family law.
  • AB 1404 (Committee on Judiciary): Real property: boundaries.
  • AB 1405 (Committee on Judiciary): Subversive Organization Registration Law: repeal.
  • AB 1406 (Committee on Utilities and Commerce): Energy: renewable energy resources.
  • AB 1407 (Bradford): Public utilities: voice communications service: lifeline program.
  • AB 1408 (Committee on Utilities and Commerce): Distributed energy resources: tariffs.
  • AB 1409 (Bradford): Public utilities: voice communications: Moore Universal Telephone Service Act.
  • AB 1410 (Committee on Veterans Affairs): Courts-Martial Appellate Panel.
  • AB 1411 (Committee on Revenue and Taxation): Tax administration: Financial Institution Record Match System: addresses.
  • AB 1412 (Bocanegra and Gatto): Income taxes: exclusion: deferral: qualified small business stock.
  • AB 1413 (Committee on Revenue and Taxation): Corporation Tax Law: tentative minimum tax: credits: exempt organizations.
  • AB 1414 (Committee on Agriculture): Pasteurized in-shell eggs: labeling.
  • AB 1415 (Committee on Accountability and Administrative Review): Administrative procedures: regulations: determinations: judicial review.
  • AB 1416 (Committee on Accountability and Administrative Review): State government: property acquisition.
  • AB 1417 (Committee on Elections and Redistricting): Elections.
  • AB 1418 (Committee on Elections and Redistricting): The Political Reform Act of 1974: omnibus bill.
  • AB 1419 (Committee on Elections and Redistricting): Presidential general elections: party qualifications.
  • AB 1420 (Committee on Accountability and Administrative Review): State government: state agencies: reports.
  • AB 1421 (Committee on Accountability and Administrative Review): Surplus state property: realtors and landlocked properties.
  • AB 1422 (Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy): California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority: participating party.
  • AB 1423 (Committee on Governmental Organization): Horse racing: advance deposit wagering and exchange wagering deductions.
  • AB 1424 (Committee on Governmental Organization): Alcoholic beverages: instruction: tastings.
  • AB 1425 (Committee on Governmental Organization): Alcoholic beverages.
  • AB 1426 (Committee on Governmental Organization): Tribal gaming.
  • AB 1427 (Committee on Local Government): Cortese-Knox-Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 2000.
  • AB 1428 (Conway): California Health Benefit Exchange: employees and contractors.
  • AB 1429 (Quirk): State employees: memorandum of understanding; Bargaining Unit 10.
  • AB 1430 (Committee on Agriculture): Pasteurized in-shell eggs.
  • AB 1431 (Gonzalez): Campaign contributions: school district and community college district administrators.
  • AB 1432 (Gatto): Mandated child abuse reporting: school employees: training.
  • AB 1433 (Gatto): Student safety.
  • AB 1434 (Yamada): Low-Income Water Rate Assistance Program.
  • AB 1435 (Gatto): Taxation: credits: qualified film and digital media infrastructure projects: qualified motion pictures.
  • AB 1436 (Waldron): Community care facilities.
  • AB 1437 (Mullin): Medically important antimicrobials: nontherapeutic use.
  • AB 1438 (Linder): Sex offenders: certificates of rehabilitation.
  • AB 1439 (Bonta and Frazier and Salas): Unfair business practices: contests and sweepstakes.
  • AB 1440 (Campos): Elections: district boundaries: public hearing.
  • AB 1441 (Stone): Pupils in foster care: transfers between schools: educational record: course credit.
  • AB 1442 (Gatto): Pupil records: social media.
  • AB 1443 (Skinner): Harassment: unpaid interns.
  • AB 1444 (Buchanan and Weber): Elementary education: kindergarten.
  • AB 1445 (Logue): California Water Infrastructure Act of 2014.
  • AB 1446 (Mullin): Voter registration: personal information.
  • AB 1447 (V. Manuel Pérez and Waldron): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund: traffic synchronization.
  • AB 1448 (Mullin): Local government: part-time elected officials: lifetime healthcare benefits.
  • AB 1449 (V. Manuel Pérez): Realignment Omnibus Act of 2014.
  • AB 1450 (Garcia): Pupils: grounds for suspension and expulsion: bullying.
  • AB 1451 (Holden): Public schools: concurrent enrollment in secondary school and community college.
  • AB 1452 (Stone): CalWORKs: temporary homeless assistance.
  • AB 1453 (Quirk-Silva): Southern California Veterans Cemetery.
  • AB 1454 (Ian Calderon): Care facilities: regulatory visits.
  • AB 1455 (Campos): Pupils: bullying: counseling services.
  • AB 1456 (Jones-Sawyer): Higher education: tuition and fees: study.
  • AB 1457 (Skinner): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1458 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1459 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1460 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1461 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1462 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1463 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1464 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1465 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1466 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1467 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1468 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1469 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1470 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1471 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1472 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1473 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1474 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1475 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1476 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1477 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1478 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1479 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1480 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1481 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1482 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1483 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1484 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1485 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1486 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1487 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1488 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1489 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1490 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1491 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1492 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1493 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1494 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1495 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1496 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1497 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
  • AB 1498 (Campos): Protective orders.
  • AB 1499 (Skinner): Electricity: self-generation incentive program.
  • AB 1500 (Dickinson): Cigarettes, tobacco products, and electronic cigarettes.
  • AB 1501 (Patterson): High-speed rail.
  • AB 1502 (Mullin): CalWORKs: Family Unity Act of 2015.
  • AB 1503 (Beth Gaines): Department of General Services.
  • AB 1504 (Stone): Cigarettes: single-use filters.
  • AB 1505 (Garcia): Child abuse: mandated reporters.
  • AB 1506 (Perea): San Joaquin River Conservancy: adoption of regulations: violations: penalties.
  • AB 1507 (Logue): Health care coverage.
  • AB 1508 (Gatto): Criminal procedure.
  • AB 1509 (Fox): Veterans: transition assistance.
  • AB 1510 (Nazarian): Income taxes credit: seismic retrofits.
  • AB 1511 (Beth Gaines): Criminal history information: animal control officers.
  • AB 1512 (Stone): Corrections: inmate transfers.
  • AB 1513 (Fox): Residential property: possession by declaration.
  • AB 1514 (Gonzalez): Natural community conservation planning agreements.
  • AB 1515 (Gonzalez): Attorneys: duties.
  • AB 1516 (Gonzalez): Public social services: diapers.
  • AB 1517 (Skinner): DNA evidence.
  • AB 1518 (Eggman): Military: National Guard: youth challenge program.
  • AB 1519 (Donnelly): State responsibility areas: fire prevention fees.
  • AB 1520 (Gatto): Guardians ad litem: animals.
  • AB 1521 (Fox): Local government finance: property tax revenue allocations: vehicle license fee adjustments.
  • AB 1522 (Gonzalez): Employment: paid sick days.
  • AB 1523 (Atkins and Weber): Residential care facilities for the elderly: liability insurance.
  • AB 1524 (Waldron): Unmanned aircraft: identification requirements.
  • AB 1525 (Lowenthal): Marriage: solemnization.
  • AB 1526 (Holden): Wiretapping: authorization.
  • AB 1527 (Perea): Public water systems: drinking water.
  • AB 1528 (Olsen): Public parks: City of Escalon: property sale.
  • AB 1529 (John A. Pérez): Nonprofit corporations: abatement: dissolution: surrender.
  • AB 1530 (Chau): Model curriculum: computer science.
  • AB 1531 (Chau): Charter schools: operating as or by a nonprofit public benefit corporation.
  • AB 1532 (Gatto): Vehicle: accidents.
  • AB 1533 (Waldron): In-home supportive services: criminal background checks.
  • AB 1534 (Linder): Area agencies on aging: independent living centers: funding.
  • AB 1535 (Bloom): Pharmacists: naloxone hydrochloride.
  • AB 1536 (Olsen): Public transportation employees: strikes: prohibition.
  • AB 1537 (Levine): General plan housing element: regional housing need.
  • AB 1538 (Eggman): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • AB 1539 (Hagman): Content standards: computer science.
  • AB 1540 (Hagman): Concurrent enrollment in secondary school and community college.
  • AB 1541 (Waldron): Medi-Cal: hospital reimbursement.
  • AB 1542 (Waldron): Theft: lost property.
  • AB 1543 (Holden): Employment: mass layoffs, relocations, and terminations.
  • AB 1544 (Allen): Student financial aid.
  • AB 1545 (Gray): Firearms: ownership.
  • AB 1546 (Chávez): Traffic control devices.
  • AB 1547 (Gomez): Domestic Violence Advisory Council.
  • AB 1548 (Mullin): Standardized tests: withholding test scores.
  • AB 1549 (Rendon): Postsecondary education: Equity in Higher Education Act.
  • AB 1550 (Rendon): School employees: collective bargaining.
  • AB 1551 (Holden): Professional engineers and land surveyors: documents.
  • AB 1552 (Lowenthal): Community-based adult services: adult day health care centers.
  • AB 1553 (Yamada): Long-term care insurance: premium basis.
  • AB 1554 (Skinner): Residential care facilities for the elderly.
  • AB 1555 (Frazier): Vehicular manslaughter: great bodily injury: driving while using wireless device.
  • AB 1556 (Perea): Unemployment insurance.
  • AB 1557 (Holden): Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges: student member.
  • AB 1558 (Roger Hernández): California Health Data Organization.
  • AB 1559 (Pan): Newborn screening program.
  • AB 1560 (Gorell): California Health Benefit Exchange: confidentiality of personal information.
  • AB 1561 (Rodriguez): Taxpayer contributions: California firefighters’ and peace officer memorial funds.
  • AB 1562 (Gomez): Employment: leave.
  • AB 1563 (Donnelly): Firearms: concealed weapons.
  • AB 1564 (V. Manuel Pérez): Income taxes: research and development credit: credit sale and purchase.
  • AB 1565 (V. Manuel Pérez): Department of Veterans Affairs: state services for veterans.
  • AB 1566 (Holden): Inedible kitchen grease.
  • AB 1567 (Chávez): Office of Rural Health.
  • AB 1568 (Grove): Public contracts: direct quotes.
  • AB 1569 (Rodriguez): Income taxes: credits: apprenticeships.
  • AB 1570 (Chesbro): Residential care facilities for the elderly.
  • AB 1571 (Eggman): Residential care facilities for the elderly: licensing and regulation.
  • AB 1572 (Eggman): Residential care facilities for the elderly: resident and family councils.
  • AB 1573 (Jones-Sawyer): Alternative schools: Student Achievement via Excellence accountability system.
  • AB 1574 (Pan): Service contracts: payment guarantees.
  • AB 1575 (Pan): Public contracts for services: reports: termination of service contracts.
  • AB 1576 (Hall): Occupational safety and health: adult films.
  • AB 1577 (Atkins): Certificates of death: gender identity.
  • AB 1578 (Pan): Public contracts for services: online database: expenditures.
  • AB 1579 (Stone): CalWORKs: pregnant mothers.
  • AB 1580 (Yamada): Veterans’ homes: Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Fund.
  • AB 1581 (Buchanan): School facilities: construction contracts.
  • AB 1582 (Mullin): Redevelopment: successor agencies: Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule.
  • AB 1583 (Allen): Controller: outside accounts: annual report.
  • AB 1584 (Buchanan): Pupil records: privacy: third-party contracts: digital storage services and digital educational software.
  • AB 1585 (Alejo): Human trafficking.
  • AB 1586 (Holden): Public contracts: hiring: priority consideration.
  • AB 1587 (Waldron): Local government finance.
  • AB 1588 (Conway): Marijuana.
  • AB 1589 (Frazier): Military or overseas voters: electronic ballots.
  • AB 1590 (Wieckowski): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • AB 1591 (Achadjian and Gray): Firearms: prohibited persons: notification.
  • AB 1592 (Beth Gaines): California Diabetes Program.
  • AB 1593 (Dahle): Public cemetery districts: Auburn Public Cemetery District.
  • AB 1594 (Williams): Solid waste: recycling: diversion: green material.
  • AB 1595 (Chesbro): State Council on Developmental Disabilities.
  • AB 1596 (Garcia): Elections: vote by mail ballot applications.
  • AB 1597 (Agriculture and Committee on Agriculture): Fruit, nut, and vegetable standards.
  • AB 1598 (Rodriguez): Emergency response services: active shooter incidents.
  • AB 1599 (Committee on Education): Special education facilities: disability references.
  • AB 1600 (Gomez): Service contracts: outsourcing alternatives.
  • AB 1601 (Stone): Public utilities: information: confidentiality.
  • AB 1602 (Patterson): Vending machines: business enterprises for the blind.
  • AB 1603 (Stone): Outdoor Environmental Education and Recreation Program.
  • AB 1604 (Waldron): California Tourism Marketing Act.
  • AB 1605 (Buchanan): Parks and recreation: state park system.
  • AB 1606 (Chávez): Community college employee: leaves of absence.
  • AB 1607 (Fox): Sexually violent predators.
  • AB 1608 (Olsen): Private investigators: limited liability companies.
  • AB 1609 (Alejo): Firearms.
  • AB 1610 (Bonta): Material witnesses: human trafficking.
  • AB 1611 (Bonta): School employees: scope of representation: notice.
  • AB 1612 (Donnelly): State government: regulations.
  • AB 1613 (Stone): CalWORKs: benefits overpayment.
  • AB 1614 (Stone): Electronic benefits transfer cards.
  • AB 1615 (Gatto): Claims against the state: payment.
  • AB 1616 (Buchanan): Pupil instruction: civics.
  • AB 1617 (Gatto): State claims.
  • AB 1618 (Chesbro): Juveniles: case file inspection.
  • AB 1619 (Gonzalez): Certificated school employees.
  • AB 1620 (Rodriguez): The California Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness Commission.
  • AB 1621 (Lowenthal and Rodriguez): Emergency medical services: data and information system.
  • AB 1622 (Bonta): Uniform Powers of Appointment Act.
  • AB 1623 (Atkins): Family justice centers.
  • AB 1624 (Gordon): Self-generation incentive program.
  • AB 1625 (Nazarian): California Arts Council Contribution and Donations Fund.
  • AB 1626 (Maienschein): Developmental services: habilitation.
  • AB 1627 (Gomez): Fees for state services.
  • AB 1628 (Fox): Visitation rights: grandparent rights.
  • AB 1629 (Bonta): Crime victims: compensation: reimbursement of violence peer counseling expenses.
  • AB 1630 (Alejo): Water quality: integrated plan: Salinas Valley.
  • AB 1631 (Chávez): Identity theft: unemployment insurance base wage file.
  • AB 1632 (Olsen): Water rights: appropriation.
  • AB 1633 (Ammiano): The Board of State and Community Corrections.
  • AB 1634 (Skinner): Occupational safety and health: violations.
  • AB 1635 (Brown): Radioactive materials: federal regulation.
  • AB 1636 (Brown and Roger Hernández): Water conservation.
  • AB 1637 (Bloom and Frazier): Driver’s licenses: veteran designation.
  • AB 1638 (Bocanegra): Unemployment insurance: classified employees.
  • AB 1639 (Grove): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: greenhouse gas emissions limit.
  • AB 1640 (Jones-Sawyer): Sex offenders: registration.
  • AB 1641 (Beth Gaines): Mortgage loan originators.
  • AB 1642 (Chesbro): Pest control: Pierce’s disease.
  • AB 1643 (Buchanan): Pupil attendance: school attendance review boards.
  • AB 1644 (Medina): Medi-Cal: Drug Medi-Cal Program providers.
  • AB 1645 (Alejo): Corporation taxes: minimum franchise tax: exemption.
  • AB 1646 (Frazier): Vehicles: electronic wireless communication devices: prohibitions.
  • AB 1647 (Bigelow): Fairs: Department of Food and Agriculture.
  • AB 1648 (Maienschein): Criminal procedure: warrant of arrest.
  • AB 1649 (Waldron): Computer crimes.
  • AB 1650 (Jones-Sawyer): Public contracts: bidders: employment practices.
  • AB 1651 (Donnelly): Income taxes: deductions: loss of fair market value.
  • AB 1652 (Ammiano): Inmates: prison gangs.
  • AB 1653 (Garcia): CalWORKs: victims of domestic violence.
  • AB 1654 (Bonilla): CalWORKs: assignment of child support.
  • AB 1655 (Achadjian): Local government: counties: board of supervisors.
  • AB 1656 (Dickinson): Department of General Services: State Board of Equalization headquarters.
  • AB 1657 (Gomez): Courts: interpreters.
  • AB 1658 (Chau and Jones-Sawyer and Quirk-Silva): Foster care: consumer credit reports: security freeze.
  • AB 1659 (Chau): Civil actions: post-verdict motions.
  • AB 1660 (Alejo): Driver’s licenses: nondiscrimination.
  • AB 1661 (Bonta): The Healthy Options for Everyone (HOPE) Act of 2014.
  • AB 1662 (Ian Calderon): Arts Council: grants.
  • AB 1663 (Hagman): Identity theft: unemployment insurance base wage file.
  • AB 1664 (Hagman): School facilities: sale or lease of real property.
  • AB 1665 (Jones): Automotive repair.
  • AB 1666 (Garcia): Political Reform Act of 1974: campaign funds: bribery fines.
  • AB 1667 (Williams): Tuberculosis testing in schools.
  • AB 1668 (Wieckowski): Educational facilities: California Educational Facilities Authority.
  • AB 1669 (Wagner): Speed limits: Orange Park Acres: equestrian trails.
  • AB 1670 (Donnelly): School enrollment: Open Enrollment Act: waiver: parent notice.
  • AB 1671 (Frazier): Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta: water conveyance system.
  • AB 1672 (Holden): Pupil attendance: truancy.
  • AB 1673 (Garcia): Political Reform Act of 1974: contributions.
  • AB 1674 (Bigelow): Vended water.
  • AB 1675 (Ian Calderon): Entrepreneur-in-Residence Act of 2014.
  • AB 1676 (Nazarian): Creative Industries and Community Economic Revitalization Act of 2014.
  • AB 1677 (Gomez): Nursing education: service in public hospitals and veterans’ facilities.
  • AB 1678 (Gordon): Women, minority, disabled veteran, and LGBT business enterprise procurement.
  • AB 1679 (Harkey): Escrow companies: Fidelity Corporation: hearings.
  • AB 1680 (Wilk): Child Performer Services Permit.
  • AB 1681 (Allen): Public employees: benefits.
  • AB 1682 (Allen): Ports: economic importance of ports.
  • AB 1683 (Jones): Ken Maddy California Cancer Registry.
  • AB 1684 (Chávez): Vehicles: length limitations: buses: bicycle transportation devices.
  • AB 1685 (Williams): Structural pest control operators: fees.
  • AB 1686 (Medina): Trespass.
  • AB 1687 (Conway): Persons with Developmental Disabilities Bill of Rights.
  • AB 1688 (Conway): Developmental centers: crime.
  • AB 1689 (Conway): Certified nurse assistants.
  • AB 1690 (Gordon): Local planning: housing elements.
  • AB 1691 (Jones-Sawyer): Charitable raffles.
  • AB 1692 (Garcia): Political Reform Act of 1974.
  • AB 1693 (Perea): Small independent telephone corporations: rates.
  • AB 1694 (Bigelow): Agricultural Career Technical Education Incentive Program.
  • AB 1695 (Waldron): Horse racing.
  • AB 1696 (Wieckowski): Energy: alternatively fueled vehicles: incentives.
  • AB 1697 (Donnelly): DNA and forensic identification database and data bank.
  • AB 1698 (Wagner): Falsified public records.
  • AB 1699 (Bloom): Waste management: microplastics.
  • AB 1700 (Medina): Reverse mortgages: notifications.
  • AB 1701 (Patterson): Family law: adoption.
  • AB 1702 (Maienschein): Professions and vocations: incarceration.
  • AB 1703 (Hall): In-home supportive services: reading services for blind and visually impaired recipients.
  • AB 1704 (Hagman): Underwritten title companies: escrow.
  • AB 1705 (Williams): Public contracts: payment.
  • AB 1706 (Jones-Sawyer): State government: Administrative Procedure Act: tandardized regulatory impact analyses.
  • AB 1707 (Wilk): Water quality: scientific peer review.
  • AB 1708 (Alejo): Jurors: peace officer exemption.
  • AB 1709 (Frazier): Wildlife: hunting licenses.
  • AB 1710 (Dickinson and Wieckowski): Personal information: privacy.
  • AB 1711 (Cooley): Administrative Procedures Act: economic impact assessment.
  • AB 1712 (Gomez): Unclaimed property.
  • AB 1713 (Harkey): Limited liability companies: dissolution.
  • AB 1714 (Waldron): Energy resources: federal oil overcharge funds: City of Escondido.
  • AB 1715 (Patterson): Probation: felons: disqualifying circumstances.
  • AB 1716 (Garcia): Political Reform Act of 1974: Postemployment activity restrictions.
  • AB 1717 (Perea): Telecommunications: prepaid mobile telephony services: state surcharge and fees: local charges collection.
  • AB 1718 (Wagner): Disorderly conduct: prostitution.
  • AB 1719 (Buchanan and Weber): Full-day kindergarten.
  • AB 1720 (Bloom): Vehicles: bus gross weight.
  • AB 1721 (Linder): Vehicles: high-occupancy vehicle lanes.
  • AB 1722 (Bigelow): Cattle protection.
  • AB 1723 (Nazarian): Employees: wages.
  • AB 1724 (Frazier): Construction Manager/General Contractor method: regional transportation agencies.
  • AB 1725 (Maienschein): Mental health: conservatorship hearings for the gravely disabled.
  • AB 1726 (Bonta and Skinner): Education finance: Oakland Unified School District: sale of surplus property.
  • AB 1727 (Rodriguez): Prescription drugs: collection and distribution program.
  • AB 1728 (Garcia): Political Reform Act of 1974.
  • AB 1729 (Logue): Local government: agricultural land: subvention payments.
  • AB 1730 (Wagner): Mortgage loan modification.
  • AB 1731 (Perea): Integrated regional water management plans: funding: disadvantaged communities.
  • AB 1732 (Stone): Vehicles: manufacturers, distributors, and dealers.
  • AB 1733 (Atkins and Maienschein and Quirk-Silva): Public records: fee waiver.
  • AB 1734 (Jones-Sawyer): Public contracts: small business participation: disabled veterans.
  • AB 1735 (Hall): Nitrous oxide: dispensing and distributing.
  • AB 1736 (Buchanan): Energy: baseline quantities of electricity and natural gas.
  • AB 1737 (Chávez): County veteran service centers: interagency agreements.
  • AB 1738 (Chau): Common interest developments: dispute resolution.
  • AB 1739 (Dickinson): Groundwater basin management: sustainability.
  • AB 1740 (Bigelow): Timber harvest plans: exemptions.
  • AB 1741 (Frazier): Public works: prevailing wage rates: wage and penalty assessments.
  • AB 1742 (Maienschein): Trial court funding.
  • AB 1743 (Ting): Hypodermic needles and syringes.
  • AB 1744 (Brown): California Department of Aging.
  • AB 1745 (Morrell): Personal income tax: credits: charitable contributions.
  • AB 1746 (Alejo): Workers’ compensation: proceedings: expedited hearings.
  • AB 1747 (Holden): Massage therapy.
  • AB 1748 (Hagman): Insurance: risk-based capital.
  • AB 1749 (Hagman): Workers’ compensation: supplemental job displacement benefits.
  • AB 1750 (Alejo): Pupil instruction: ethnic studies: report.
  • AB 1751 (Bloom): Continuing care retirement communities.
  • AB 1752 (Fong): Redistricting: incumbent designation.
  • AB 1753 (Holden): Developmental services: regional centers: vendorization.
  • AB 1754 (Hagman): School bonds: instructional materials.
  • AB 1755 (Gomez): Medical information.
  • AB 1756 (Skinner): Court records: sealing and destruction.
  • AB 1757 (Waldron): California Film Commission: conflicts of interest: disqualification.
  • AB 1758 (Patterson): Healing arts: initial license fees: proration.
  • AB 1759 (Pan and Skinner): Medi-Cal: reimbursement rates.
  • AB 1760 (Bocanegra and Chau): Property taxation: welfare exemption: rental housing and related facilities: payment in lieu of taxes agreement.
  • AB 1761 (Hall): Dependent children: placement.
  • AB 1762 (Quirk-Silva): Community colleges: Seymour-Campbell Student Success Act of 2012.
  • AB 1763 (Perea): State energy plan for 2030 and 2050.
  • AB 1764 (Buchanan and Olsen): School curriculum: mathematics: computer science.
  • AB 1765 (Jones-Sawyer): Personal income taxes: voluntary contributions: Habitat for Humanity Fund.
  • AB 1766 (Nazarian): Foster youth: transitional housing pilot project.
  • AB 1767 (Holden): Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy: property destruction: fines.
  • AB 1768 (Fong): Declaration of candidacy: residence address.
  • AB 1769 (Dababneh): Limited liability company: fees: exception.
  • AB 1770 (Dababneh): Real property liens: request to terminate home equity line of credit.
  • AB 1771 (V. Manuel Pérez): Telephonic and electronic patient management services.
  • AB 1772 (Williams): State government: advisory committee on the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System.
  • AB 1773 (Allen): Public contracts: courts.
  • AB 1774 (Waldron): General plan: proposed public works.
  • AB 1775 (Melendez): Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act: sexual abuse.
  • AB 1776 (Nazarian): Public social services: hearings.
  • AB 1777 (Quirk-Silva): Income taxation: timeliness penalty: abatement.
  • AB 1778 (Allen): Corporation taxes: minimum annual tax: limited liability company: exemption.
  • AB 1779 (Beth Gaines): Energy resources: report.
  • AB 1780 (Donnelly): Income taxes: credit: motion pictures.
  • AB 1781 (Linder): California National Guard Education Assistance Award Program.
  • AB 1782 (Chesbro): Wires: unlawful removal.
  • AB 1783 (Jones-Sawyer): Public employees: rights.
  • AB 1784 (Quirk): Beverage containers: enforcement.
  • AB 1785 (Garcia): Cigarette and Tobacco Products Tax Law: Master Settlement Agreement: information sharing.
  • AB 1786 (Olsen): Personal income taxes: deduction: education expenses.
  • AB 1787 (Lowenthal): Airports: commercial operations: lactation accommodation.
  • AB 1788 (Waldron): Alcoholic beverages: tied-house restrictions.
  • AB 1789 (Williams): Pesticides: neonicotinoids: reevaluation: determination.
  • AB 1790 (Dickinson): Foster children: mental health services.
  • AB 1791 (Maienschein): Human trafficking.
  • AB 1792 (Gomez): Public benefits: reports on employers.
  • AB 1793 (Chau): Community development: affordable housing.
  • AB 1794 (Chávez): School attendance: community schools and independent study.
  • AB 1795 (Alejo): Cities: city council: vacancy.
  • AB 1796 (Linder): Franchise Tax Board: refunds: direct deposit: taxpayer form instructions.
  • AB 1797 (Rodriguez): California Workforce Investment Board.
  • AB 1798 (Committee on Public Safety): Deadly weapons.
  • AB 1799 (Gordon): Land use: mitigation lands.
  • AB 1800 (Alejo): California Law Fellowship Program.
  • AB 1801 (Frazier): Driver’s licenses: provisional licenses.
  • AB 1802 (Jones-Sawyer): Education.
  • AB 1803 (Skinner): Occupational safety and health: lead-related construction registration program.
  • AB 1804 (Perea): Insurance: notice of lapse.
  • AB 1805 (Pan and Skinner): Medi-Cal: reimbursement: provider payments.
  • AB 1806 (Bloom): Pupil services: homeless children or youth.
  • AB 1807 (Dahle): Water quality: organization and membership of regional boards.
  • AB 1808 (Dahle): Drinking water.
  • AB 1809 (Maienschein): Dogs: health certificates.
  • AB 1810 (Maienschein): Deposits for keeping: abandoned animals.
  • AB 1811 (Buchanan): High-occupancy vehicle lanes.
  • AB 1812 (Pan): Health facilities: information: disclosure.
  • AB 1813 (Quirk): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Low-Carbon Fuel Standard.
  • AB 1814 (Waldron): Prescriber Prevails Act.
  • AB 1815 (Jones-Sawyer): Prison inmates: organic therapy.
  • AB 1816 (Yamada): Long-term health care facilities.
  • AB 1817 (Gomez): Voter registration: deputy registrars of voters: high school pupils.
  • AB 1818 (Allen): Public utilities: electrical generation facilities: air pollution.
  • AB 1819 (Hall): Family day care home: smoking prohibition.
  • AB 1820 (Mullin): State employment: applications.
  • AB 1821 (Gordon): Medical foster homes.
  • AB 1822 (Bonta): Tissue banks.
  • AB 1823 (Wagner): Contractors: payments.
  • AB 1824 (Rendon): County employees’ retirement: optional settlements revision.
  • AB 1825 (Nazarian): School districts: Los Angeles Unified School District: inspector general.
  • AB 1826 (Chesbro): Solid waste: organic waste.
  • AB 1827 (Patterson): State bodies: environmental agencies: administrative and civil penalties.
  • AB 1828 (Donnelly): Child welfare: investigations: video and audio recording.
  • AB 1829 (Conway): California Health Benefit Exchange: employees and contractors.
  • AB 1830 (Conway): California Health Benefit Exchange: confidentiality of personally identifiable information.
  • AB 1831 (Conway): California Health Insurance Fairness Act: personal income tax: deduction: medical insurance.
  • AB 1832 (Ian Calderon): Ticket sellers: equitable ticket buying process: sale or use of circumventing software.
  • AB 1833 (Garcia): Personal income taxes: voluntary contributions: California Fund for Senior Citizens.
  • AB 1834 (Williams): Higher Education Employer-Employee Relations Act: employees.
  • AB 1835 (Olsen): Recreational off-highway vehicles: helmets: exemption.
  • AB 1836 (Jones): Vote by mail ballots.
  • AB 1837 (Atkins): Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development.
  • AB 1838 (Bonilla): Healing arts: medical school accreditation.
  • AB 1839 (Bocanegra and Gatto): Income taxes: qualified motion pictures.
  • AB 1840 (Campos): Pupil health: vision appraisal.
  • AB 1841 (Mullin): Medical assistants.
  • AB 1842 (Dahle): Tax information: administration.
  • AB 1843 (Gordon and Jones): Child custody evaluations: confidentiality.
  • AB 1844 (Chávez): State militia: armories.
  • AB 1845 (Buchanan): Transactions and use tax.
  • AB 1846 (Gordon): Beverage containers: enforcement.
  • AB 1847 (Chesbro): Mental disorders: language.
  • AB 1848 (Allen): Public accommodations: construction-related accessibility claims: notice.
  • AB 1849 (Logue): California Environmental Quality Act: exemption: levees.
  • AB 1850 (Waldron): Restraining orders.
  • AB 1851 (Bradford): School attendance: interdistrict attendance.
  • AB 1852 (Campos): Business: services to minors: background checks.
  • AB 1853 (Wieckowski): Debtor exemptions.
  • AB 1854 (Linder): Examination fees: Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Examination Fee Grant Program.
  • AB 1855 (Melendez): Land surveying: field survey record.
  • AB 1856 (Wilk): Deposit in lieu of bond.
  • AB 1857 (Frazier): Department of Transportation: vehicle and equipment procurement.
  • AB 1858 (Perea): Commercial law: secured transactions.
  • AB 1859 (Maienschein): Professional fiduciaries: professional corporations.
  • AB 1860 (V. Manuel Pérez): Peace officers: basic training requirements.
  • AB 1861 (Harkey): Committee on Budget. Budget Act of 2013
  • AB 1862 (Melendez): Postsecondary education: financial aid.
  • AB 1863 (Jones): Home Care Services Consumer Protection Act.
  • AB 1864 (Daly): Registration of vehicles and certificates of title.
  • AB 1865 (Chávez): Community colleges: education programs: contract education.
  • AB 1866 (Bocanegra): Pupil attendance: California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System.
  • AB 1867 (Patterson): Timber harvest plans: exemption: reducing flammable materials.
  • AB 1868 (Gomez): Medi-Cal: optional benefits: podiatric medicine.
  • AB 1869 (Dahle): Personal income tax.
  • AB 1870 (Alejo): Public works: prevailing wage: multiemployer apprenticeship program grants.
  • AB 1871 (Dickinson): Agricultural products: direct marketing: certified farmers’ markets.
  • AB 1872 (Stone): Transportation planning.
  • AB 1873 (Gonzalez): Mail ballot elections.
  • AB 1874 (Gonzalez): Integrated regional water management plans: funding.
  • AB 1875 (Gonzalez): Charter-party carriers.
  • AB 1876 (Quirk): Jails and juvenile facilities: telephone service contracts.
  • AB 1877 (Cooley): California Vision Care Access Council.
  • AB 1878 (Stone): Foster care: data.
  • AB 1879 (Ian Calderon): School accountability: local control and accountability plans.
  • AB 1880 (Alejo): Property taxation: exempt property.
  • AB 1881 (Jones-Sawyer): Public employee relations: Los Angeles.
  • AB 1882 (Cooley): CalWORKs: relative caregivers.
  • AB 1883 (Skinner): Public improvements: contractual assessments.
  • AB 1884 (Lowenthal): Vehicle liens.
  • AB 1885 (Bigelow): Special access: disabled persons: liability.
  • AB 1886 (Eggman): Medical Board of California.
  • AB 1887 (Campos): Prostitution: human trafficking: sealing and destruction of arrest records.
  • AB 1888 (Ting): Documentary transfer tax: document for recordation: amount of tax due shown on separate paper.
  • AB 1889 (Hagman): Minimum franchise tax: annual tax: small business.
  • AB 1890 (Chau): Athletic trainers.
  • AB 1891 (Donnelly): Sales and use taxes: exemption: water desalination: equipment.
  • AB 1892 (Bocanegra): Pupils redesignated as fluent English proficient.
  • AB 1893 (Eggman and Stone): Sharps waste.
  • AB 1894 (Ammiano): Falsely filed liens or encumbrances.
  • AB 1895 (Quirk): Alcoholic beverages: sales: distilled spirits.
  • AB 1896 (V. Manuel Pérez): Coachella Valley Water District: nonpotable water use.
  • AB 1897 (Roger Hernández): Labor contracting: client liability.
  • AB 1898 (Brown): Public health records: reporting: HIV/AIDS.
  • AB 1899 (Brown): Residential care facilities for the elderly.
  • AB 1900 (Quirk): Victims of sex crimes: testimony: video recording.
  • AB 1901 (Muratsuchi): Corrections.
  • AB 1902 (Bonta): California State Preschool Program: part-day preschool: fees.
  • AB 1903 (Donnelly): Business and professions: Department of Consumer Affairs.
  • AB 1904 (Bonilla): Massage therapists: contact information.
  • AB 1905 (Alejo): Water rights: appropriation: small domestic, small irrigation, and livestock stockpond use.
  • AB 1906 (Wilk): Community college property: direct costs for use.
  • AB 1907 (Ridley-Thomas): Use fuel tax: natural gas: gallon equivalent.
  • AB 1908 (Bigelow): Vehicles: farm vehicles.
  • AB 1909 (Yamada): Food and agriculture: organic foods: registration.
  • AB 1910 (Gray): California Workforce Investment Board: San Joaquin Valley Regional Planning and Preparedness Act of 2014.
  • AB 1911 (Patterson): Victims of crime: compensation.
  • AB 1912 (Holden): Pupil instruction: history-social science framework: election of President Barack Obama.
  • AB 1913 (Jones-Sawyer): Water rates.
  • AB 1914 (Chesbro): Water resources: permits: terms and conditions.
  • AB 1915 (Achadjian and Nazarian): Pupil instruction: social sciences: Armenian Genocide.
  • AB 1916 (Hall): Tribal Gaming.
  • AB 1917 (Gordon): Outpatient prescription drugs: cost sharing.
  • AB 1918 (Williams): Central heating and air cooling equipment.
  • AB 1919 (V. Manuel Pérez): Inmates: assessment.
  • AB 1920 (Campos): Board of State and Community Corrections.
  • AB 1921 (Holden and Rendon): Public contracts for services: access to records.
  • AB 1922 (Gomez): Greenway Development and Sustainment Act.
  • AB 1923 (Daly): State government: contracts: public records.
  • AB 1924 (Logue): Public postsecondary education: Baccalaureate Degree Pilot Program.
  • AB 1925 (Logue): Public postsecondary education: Baccalaureate Degree Pilot Program: University of California.
  • AB 1926 (Bonilla): Electronic and appliance repair: service dealers.
  • AB 1927 (Frazier): Student financial aid: debit cards.
  • AB 1928 (Bocanegra): Alcoholic beverages: coupons: beer.
  • AB 1929 (Chau): California Housing Finance Agency: MHSA funding: special needs housing for person with mental illness.
  • AB 1930 (Skinner): CalFresh: student eligibility.
  • AB 1931 (Morrell): Pupil assessment: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress: history-social science.
  • AB 1932 (Jones): Appellate court decisions.
  • AB 1933 (Levine): Local government: investments.
  • AB 1934 (Alejo): Nonprofit corporations: corporation sole.
  • AB 1935 (Campos): Electricity: clean distributed energy resources.
  • AB 1936 (Quirk): Electrical corporation procurement plans.
  • AB 1937 (Gordon): Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act of 2011: school and hospital notification of maintenance and testing of gas pipelines.
  • AB 1938 (Hagman): Actions for damages: felony offenses.
  • AB 1939 (Daly): Public works: prevailing wages: contractor’s costs.
  • AB 1940 (Holden): Advanced placement program: pilot grant program: STEM courses.
  • AB 1941 (Holden): Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
  • AB 1942 (Bonta): Community colleges: accreditation.
  • AB 1943 (Chesbro): Tidelands: City of Eureka.
  • AB 1944 (Garcia): Child care: administration: preferred placement of children of 11 or 12 years of age.
  • AB 1945 (Wieckowski): Enforcement of money judgments: exemptions.
  • AB 1946 (Chesbro): School finance: necessary small high schools.
  • AB 1947 (Buchanan): Energy: rates: expenses for research and development.
  • AB 1948 (Mullin): Counties: officers: qualification for office.
  • AB 1949 (Bigelow): Dairy Council of California Law.
  • AB 1950 (Campos): Career education: Career Education Incentive Program.
  • AB 1951 (Gomez): Vital records: birth certificates.
  • AB 1952 (Pan): Nonprofit hospitals: charity care.
  • AB 1953 (Skinner): Higher Education Energy Efficiency Act: grants.
  • AB 1954 (Harkey): Fire prevention fee: State Board of Equalization: appeal.
  • AB 1955 (Pan): Healthy Kids, Healthy Minds Demonstration.
  • AB 1956 (Bonilla): Personal income tax: credit: qualified tuition program.
  • AB 1957 (Dickinson): State Highway Route 16.
  • AB 1958 (Maienschein): Evidence: admissibility of statements.
  • AB 1959 (Mansoor): Transportation projects: comprehensive development lease agreements.
  • AB 1960 (Perea): State summary criminal history information: state hospitals.
  • AB 1961 (Eggman): Land use: planning: sustainable farmland strategy.
  • AB 1962 (Skinner): Dental plans: medical loss ratios: rebates.
  • AB 1963 (Atkins and Dickinson): Redevelopment.
  • AB 1964 (Dickinson): Unsafe handguns: single-shot pistols.
  • AB 1965 (Yamada): Outdoor dining facilities: pet dogs.
  • AB 1966 (Patterson): Hazardous waste: regulations.
  • AB 1967 (Pan): Drug Medi-Cal.
  • AB 1968 (Melendez): Charter-party carriers of passengers: reports.
  • AB 1969 (Levine): Postsecondary education: intersegmental coordination in governance.
  • AB 1970 (Gordon): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Community Investment and Innovation Program.
  • AB 1971 (Bocanegra): Public contracts: school districts: competitive bidding: best value.
  • AB 1972 (Jones): Respiratory care practitioners.
  • AB 1973 (Roger Hernández): State holidays: Native American Day.
  • AB 1974 (Quirk): Health facilities: special services.
  • AB 1975 (Roger Hernández): Trauma care systems.
  • AB 1976 (Quirk-Silva): Student financial aid: Competitive Cal Grant A and B awards.
  • AB 1977 (Roger Hernández): Public postsecondary education: Student Academic Preparation and Educational Partnerships.
  • AB 1978 (Jones-Sawyer): Child welfare services.
  • AB 1979 (Nazarian): School facilities: California School Finance Authority: definitions.
  • AB 1980 (Roger Hernández): Public safety services.
  • AB 1981 (Brown): Rental vehicles: contracts: damage waivers.
  • AB 1982 (Ting): Stalking.
  • AB 1983 (Gray): Water meters: multiunit structures.
  • AB 1984 (Harkey): Income taxes: net operating losses: carrybacks: overpayments: estimated tax.
  • AB 1985 (Donnelly): Firearms: prohibitions: exemptions: federal corrections agencies.
  • AB 1986 (Linder): Vehicles: traffic violator school program.
  • AB 1987 (Buchanan): Developmental services: regional centers: funding.
  • AB 1988 (Chávez): North County Transit District: flexible procurement process.
  • AB 1989 (Chesbro): Underage drinkers: students in winemaking and brewery science programs.
  • AB 1990 (Gordon): Community food production.
  • AB 1991 (Morrell): Construction-related accessibility claims.
  • AB 1992 (Quirk): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: very low carbon liquid transportation fuels.
  • AB 1993 (Fox): Pupils: bullying: teacher training.
  • AB 1994 (Waldron): Solid waste: administration.
  • AB 1995 (Levine): Community service districts: covenants, conditions, and restrictions: enforcement.
  • AB 1996 (Brown): Long-term health care facilities: quality of care.
  • AB 1997 (Gorell): Sales and use taxes: exemptions: unmanned aerial vehicle manufacturing: income taxes: credits: hiring.
  • AB 1998 (Grove): Vehicles: registration fees.
  • AB 1999 (Atkins): Personal income and corporation tax credits: rehabilitation.
  • AB 2000 (Gomez): Public postsecondary education: exemption from nonresident tuition.
  • AB 2001 (Ammiano): Homeless youth: dependency proceedings.
  • AB 2002 (Frazier): Wireless communication devices: local correctional facilities: juvenile halls.
  • AB 2003 (Fong): Ballot materials: translations.
  • AB 2004 (Chesbro): Department of Alcoholic Beverages Control: annual report.
  • AB 2005 (Chesbro and Levine): California Horse Racing Board: membership and per diem.
  • AB 2006 (Wagner): Depositions: video recordings.
  • AB 2007 (Grove): Virtual or online charter schools: average daily attendance.
  • AB 2008 (Quirk): California Environmental Quality Act: infill projects: goods movement.
  • AB 2009 (Weber): State Board of Equalization: administration: managed audit program.
  • AB 2010 (Gray): Alcoholic beverages: beer returns: product quality.
  • AB 2011 (Daly): Information technology procurement: off-the-shelf software.
  • AB 2012 (Morrell): Voluntary contributions: California Fund for Senior Citizens.
  • AB 2013 (Muratsuchi): Vehicles: high-occupancy vehicle lanes.
  • AB 2014 (Alejo): Undocumented workers: Taxation: undocumented immigrants.
  • AB 2015 (Chau): Health care coverage: discrimination.
  • AB 2016 (Campos): Teachers: mandated child abuse reporting: training.
  • AB 2017 (Muratsuchi): Energy: financing: rental properties.
  • AB 2018 (Bocanegra): Real estate licensees: fictitious business names.
  • AB 2019 (Fong and Levine): Commercial fishing: drift gill net shark and swordfish fishery.
  • AB 2020 (Buchanan): Pupil instruction: driver training and education: charter schools.
  • AB 2021 (Gordon): San Mateo County Transit District.
  • AB 2022 (Medina): Public contracts: Target Area Contract Preference Act.
  • AB 2023 (Wagner): Eminent domain: compensation: loss of goodwill.
  • AB 2024 (Bonilla): Professional fiduciaries.
  • AB 2025 (Dickinson): Medi-Cal: program for aged and disabled persons.
  • AB 2026 (Stone): Mobilehome parks: sales.
  • AB 2027 (Logue): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: reporting and verification: violations.
  • AB 2028 (Mullin): All-mailed ballot elections: counties.
  • AB 2029 (Cooley): Inquests: sudden unexpected death in childhood.
  • AB 2030 (Campos): Employees: time off.
  • AB 2031 (Dahle): Forest resources: timber assessment.
  • AB 2032 (Bonta): Civil service: employee hearings.
  • AB 2033 (Salas): Agricultural career technical education: funding.
  • AB 2034 (Gatto): Family relations: family visitation and conservatorships.
  • AB 2035 (Chesbro): State lands: revenue.
  • AB 2036 (Mansoor): Toll facilities.
  • AB 2037 (Committee on Accountability and Administrative Review): Environmentally preferable purchasing.
  • AB 2038 (Eggman): Community treatment facilities.
  • AB 2039 (Muratsuchi): Real property sales: auction companies: liability.
  • AB 2040 (Garcia): Public official compensation.
  • AB 2041 (Jones): Developmental services: regional centers: behavioral health treatment.
  • AB 2042 (Levine): Vehicle Leasing Act: zero-emission vehicles: option to purchase.
  • AB 2043 (Bigelow and Conway): Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2014.
  • AB 2044 (Rodriguez): Residential care facilities for the elderly.
  • AB 2045 (Rendon): Energy improvements: financing.
  • AB 2046 (Gomez): Joint exercise of powers: financing.
  • AB 2047 (Ridley-Thomas): Veterans, services.
  • AB 2048 (Chesbro and Dahle and Gordon): Fire prevention fees: state responsibility areas.
  • AB 2049 (Dahle): Drinking water: point-of-entry and point-of-use treatment systems.
  • AB 2050 (Quirk): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: scoping plan: advisory panel.
  • AB 2051 (Bocanegra and Gonzalez): Medi-Cal: providers: affiliate primary care clinics.
  • AB 2052 (Gonzalez): Workers’ compensation.
  • AB 2053 (Gonzalez): Employment discrimination or harassment: education and training: abusive conduct.
  • AB 2054 (Olsen): Motorized skateboards.
  • AB 2055 (Buchanan): Pupil instruction: bicycle safety instruction.
  • AB 2056 (Dababneh): Insurance: pet insurance.
  • AB 2057 (Bonilla): Pupil assessment: consortium alternate performance assessments.
  • AB 2058 (Wilk): Open meetings.
  • AB 2059 (Muratsuchi): Medical records: electronic delivery.
  • AB 2060 (V. Manuel Pérez): Supervised Population Workforce Training Grant Program.
  • AB 2061 (Chau): Housing Program for Homeless Families Receiving Child Welfare Services.
  • AB 2062 (Roger Hernández): Health facilities: surgical technologists.
  • AB 2063 (Chávez): Employment: car washes: online registration.
  • AB 2064 (Cooley): Earthquake insurance: mandatory offer.
  • AB 2065 (Gorell and Melendez): California Whistleblower Protection Act: Legislature: employees.
  • AB 2066 (Hall): Tribal gaming: local agencies.
  • AB 2067 (Weber): Urban water management plans.
  • AB 2068 (Nazarian): Transportation network companies: operating requirements.
  • AB 2069 (Maienschein): Immunizations: influenza.
  • AB 2070 (Campos): Community college employees: apprenticeship instructors: qualifications.
  • AB 2071 (Levine): Recycled water: pasture animals.
  • AB 2072 (Nazarian): Housing density bonus.
  • AB 2073 (Bigelow): Alcoholic beverage control: public schoolhouses.
  • AB 2074 (Roger Hernández): Recovery of wages: liquidated damages.
  • AB 2075 (Alejo): Crimes: importation or sale of endangered animals.
  • AB 2076 (Allen): The State Teachers’ Retirement System.
  • AB 2077 (Allen): Charitable solicitations: commercial fundraisers.
  • AB 2078 (Brown): Vehicles: impoundment and sale.
  • AB 2079 (Grove): Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004.
  • AB 2080 (Donnelly): Personal income taxes: unemployment insurance: tips.
  • AB 2081 (Daly): Historical resources.
  • AB 2082 (Chesbro and Dahle): Forest practices: resource conservation standards: stocking standards.
  • AB 2083 (Beth Gaines): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: offsets.
  • AB 2084 (Jones): School employees: discipline: suspension and dismissal.
  • AB 2085 (Fox): Vehicles: misdemeanor violations: amnesty.
  • AB 2086 (Ian Calderon): Secretary of State: filing fees.
  • AB 2087 (Ammiano): Community colleges: Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges.
  • AB 2088 (Roger Hernández): Health insurance: minimum value: specified disease and hospital confinement policies.
  • AB 2089 (Quirk): Domestic violence: protective orders.
  • AB 2090 (Fong): High-occupancy toll lanes: Santa Clara County.
  • AB 2091 (Mansoor): Sales and use taxes: exemption: manufacturing and research.
  • AB 2092 (Chávez): Postsecondary education: Donahoe Higher Education Act: 4-year baccalaureate degree.
  • AB 2093 (Grove): Petitions: filings.
  • AB 2094 (Yamada): Agriculture: agritourism: liability.
  • AB 2095 (Wagner): Employee compensation: itemized statements.
  • AB 2096 (Muratsuchi): Securities transactions: qualification requirements: notification.
  • AB 2097 (Morrell): Taxation: homeowners’ exemption and renters’ credit.
  • AB 2098 (Levine): Military personnel: veterans: sentencing: mitigating circumstances.
  • AB 2099 (Frazier): Postsecondary education: Title 38 awards.
  • AB 2100 (Campos): Common interest developments: local governments: yard maintenance: fines: drought.
  • AB 2101 (Levine): Child care: alternative payment programs and contractors: electronic records.
  • AB 2102 (Ting): Licensees: data collection.
  • AB 2103 (Gomez): Community colleges: student fees.
  • AB 2104 (Gonzalez): Common interest developments: water-efficient landscapes.
  • AB 2105 (Frazier): Big game mammals: bighorn sheep.
  • AB 2106 (Quirk): Inmates: alternative custody.
  • AB 2107 (Gorell and Olsen): Preschool: privately funded pilot program: tax credits.
  • AB 2108 (Eggman): Sacramento-San Joaquin Valley: flood management.
  • AB 2109 (Daly): Parcel taxes: reports.
  • AB 2110 (Ting): Pupil instruction: computer science.
  • AB 2111 (Ammiano): Child development services: pregnant and parenting teens: Cal-SAFE.
  • AB 2112 (Chesbro and Dahle): Forestry: timber operations.
  • AB 2113 (Donnelly): Horse racing: samples.
  • AB 2114 (Pan): Taxation: qualified heavy equipment.
  • AB 2115 (Bradford): CalFresh: school meals.
  • AB 2116 (Wagner): Special education.
  • AB 2117 (Achadjian): Land use: general plan: noise element.
  • AB 2118 (Ridley-Thomas): Adoption records: confidentiality.
  • AB 2119 (Stone): Local taxes: transactions and use taxes.
  • AB 2120 (Ridley-Thomas): Compensation: child care instructor.
  • AB 2121 (Gray): Sex Offenders: parole: disabling monitoring device.
  • AB 2122 (Bocanegra): Crimes: audiovisual work: recordings.
  • AB 2123 (Buchanan): Vehicles: High-occupancy vehicle lanes.
  • AB 2124 (Lowenthal): Misdemeanor offenses: deferral of sentencing.
  • AB 2125 (Ridley-Thomas): Child care: standard reimbursement rates.
  • AB 2126 (Bonta): Meyers-Milias-Brown Act: mediation.
  • AB 2127 (Cooley): Interscholastic sports: full-contact practices: concussions and head injuries.
  • AB 2128 (Gordon): Insurer investments: community development.
  • AB 2129 (Jones-Sawyer): Inmates: reentry program.
  • AB 2130 (Pan): Retail food safety.
  • AB 2131 (Morrell): Pharmacy licenses: letters of reprimand.
  • AB 2132 (Grove): Foster care: provider performance data.
  • AB 2133 (Chávez): Special education: nonpublic, nonsectarian schools or agencies: certification.
  • AB 2134 (Mansoor): Infrastructure.
  • AB 2135 (Ting): Local agencies: surplus land: affordable housing.
  • AB 2136 (Daly): Contracts: statute of frauds.
  • AB 2137 (Quirk): Small Business Energy Efficiency Incentive Program.
  • AB 2138 (Gatto): Innovation awards.
  • AB 2139 (Eggman): End-of-life care: patient notification.
  • AB 2140 (Bloom): Marine mammals: protection of orcas: unlawful activities.
  • AB 2141 (Bonta and Hall): Pupil attendance: truancy: referrals for prosecution.
  • AB 2142 (Chesbro): State forests: sale of timber.
  • AB 2143 (Williams): Clinical laboratories: chiropractors.
  • AB 2144 (Yamada): Staff-to-patient ratios.
  • AB 2145 (Bradford): Electricity: community choice aggregation.
  • AB 2146 (Skinner): Occupational safety: firefighters.
  • AB 2147 (Melendez): Privacy: personal information: agency disclosure.
  • AB 2148 (Mullin): Workforce development: annual workforce metrics dashboard.
  • AB 2149 (Atkins): The Local Agency Public Construction Act: County of San Diego: exemption.
  • AB 2150 (Rendon): Department of Parks and Recreation.
  • AB 2151 (Wagner): Counties: search and rescue: costs.
  • AB 2152 (Levine): Public postsecondary education: federal contracts.
  • AB 2153 (Gray): Postsecondary education: course offerings.
  • AB 2154 (Jones): Appeals in civil actions: stay of enforcement.
  • AB 2155 (Ridley-Thomas): Nurses and certified nurse assistants: overtime.
  • AB 2156 (Achadjian): Local agency formation commissions: studies.
  • AB 2157 (Morrell): Actions for damages: felony offenses.
  • AB 2158 (Buchanan): Invention development services contracts.
  • AB 2159 (Ammiano): Electrical corporations: community choice aggregation: Joint Exercise of Powers Act.
  • AB 2160 (Ting): Cal Grant Program: grade point average.
  • AB 2161 (Chau): Affordable housing.
  • AB 2162 (Fox): Fire protection: residential care facilities for the elderly.
  • AB 2163 (Daly): Regional parks: underserved communities: funding.
  • AB 2164 (Patterson): Income taxes: credit: education and training.
  • AB 2165 (Patterson): Professions and vocations: licenses.
  • AB 2166 (Bonta): Decedents’ estates: administration: custodians of wills.
  • AB 2167 (Muratsuchi): Pupils: California Healthy Kids Survey.
  • AB 2168 (Campos): Public postsecondary education: California College Campus Discrimination and Violence Prevention Task Force.
  • AB 2169 (Cooley): Business and professions.
  • AB 2170 (Mullin): Joint powers authorities: common powers.
  • AB 2171 (Wieckowski): Residential care facilities for the elderly.
  • AB 2172 (Jones-Sawyer): Peace officers: definition.
  • AB 2173 (Bradford): Vehicles: electric bicycles.
  • AB 2174 (Committee on Accountability and Administrative Review): State property: surplus.
  • AB 2175 (Daly and Ting): Renter’s Tax Assistance Act.
  • AB 2176 (John A. Pérez): Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development.
  • AB 2177 (Brown): Early voting.
  • AB 2178 (Levine): Pupil instruction: Blended Learning Pilot Program.
  • AB 2179 (Gray): Water efficiency: standards and goals.
  • AB 2180 (Brown): Business filings: statement of information.
  • AB 2181 (Bloom): Building standards: seismic retrofit.
  • AB 2182 (Beth Gaines): Alcoholic beverage control: winegrowers: wine sales event permits.
  • AB 2183 (Bocanegra): Nursing.
  • AB 2184 (Chesbro): Timber and engineered wood products assessment: forest restoration grants.
  • AB 2185 (Eggman): Bees: foraging: public lands.
  • AB 2186 (Lowenthal): Defendants: competency.
  • AB 2187 (Cooley): County children’s trust funds.
  • AB 2188 (Muratsuchi): Solar energy: permits.
  • AB 2189 (Garcia): Water replenishment districts: replenishment assessment.
  • AB 2190 (Maienschein): Criminal defendants: gravely disabled persons.
  • AB 2191 (Wagner): Unemployment benefits: employer contributions: payments.
  • AB 2192 (Melendez): Housing: building plans
  • AB 2193 (Gordon): Habitat Restoration and Enhancement Act.
  • AB 2194 (Mullin): Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982.
  • AB 2195 (Achadjian): Juveniles: truancy.
  • AB 2196 (Fox): Title insurance: termination: exemption.
  • AB 2197 (Mullin): Vehicles: temporary license plates.
  • AB 2198 (Levine): Mental health professionals: suicide prevention training.
  • AB 2199 (Muratsuchi): Mandatory supervision: costs.
  • AB 2200 (John A. Pérez): California Cyber Security Commission.
  • AB 2201 (Chávez): Vehicles: driver’s license: selective service.
  • AB 2202 (Logue): Greenhouse gas reduction.
  • AB 2203 (Chesbro): Alcoholic beverages: beer labeling.
  • AB 2204 (Achadjian): Vehicle registration fees.
  • AB 2205 (Donnelly): Mammals: use of dogs to pursue bears and bobcats.
  • AB 2206 (Gomez): Local government: public safety officials: confidentiality.
  • AB 2207 (Allen): Economic development.
  • AB 2208 (Allen): California Environmental Quality Act: Southern California International Gateway Project.
  • AB 2209 (Dickinson): Money Transmission Act.
  • AB 2210 (Williams): Nongame mammals: depredators.
  • AB 2211 (Ting): Counties: database: information regarding general ad valorem property tax revenues.
  • AB 2212 (Gray): Medi-Cal: Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSDT).
  • AB 2213 (Eggman): Behavioral health care licensees.
  • AB 2214 (Fox): Emergency room physicians: continuing medical education: geriatric care.
  • AB 2215 (Maienschein): Veterans: recorded documents.
  • AB 2216 (Muratsuchi): Regional occupational centers and programs: funding.
  • AB 2217 (Melendez): Pupil and personnel health: automatic external defibrillators.
  • AB 2218 (Bradford): Electricity and natural gas rates.
  • AB 2219 (Fong): Initiative and referendum petitions: verification of signatures.
  • AB 2220 (Daly): Private security services: private patrol operators.
  • AB 2221 (Campos): Business Filing Coordination Council.
  • AB 2222 (Nazarian): Housing density bonus.
  • AB 2223 (Buchanan): Sexual assault.
  • AB 2224 (Nazarian): Transportation network companies: insurance coverage.
  • AB 2225 (Allen): Charter schools: accountability: charter revocation.
  • AB 2226 (Morrell): Eminent domain: local public entities.
  • AB 2227 (Quirk): Building standards: solar energy systems.
  • AB 2228 (Cooley): Crisis nurseries.
  • AB 2229 (Bradford): Energy efficiency: military bases and facilities.
  • AB 2230 (Cooley): Insurance: Workers’ Compensation Bond Fund: assessments.
  • AB 2231 (Gordon and Levine and Patterson): State Controller: property tax postponement.
  • AB 2232 (Gray): University of California: medical education.
  • AB 2233 (Donnelly): Primary elections: petitions: signatures.
  • AB 2234 (Ting): State Board of Equalization: surveys: assessment procedures: counties and cities and counties.
  • AB 2235 (Buchanan and Hagman): Education facilities: Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2014.
  • AB 2236 (Stone): Aid to Families with Dependent Children-Foster Care: nonminors.
  • AB 2237 (Grove): Consumer remedies: litigation costs: prevailing party.
  • AB 2238 (Allen): Shareholder: rights of inspection.
  • AB 2239 (Chesbro): Forest practices: management plans: change of ownership.
  • AB 2240 (Grove): Elementary and secondary education: school employees.
  • AB 2241 (Eggman): Local government: agricultural land.
  • AB 2242 (Perea): Air Quality Improvement Program.
  • AB 2243 (Weber): Elections: voting rights guide: incarcerated persons.
  • AB 2244 (Chau): Corporation taxes: minimum franchise tax: dormant and inactive business entities.
  • AB 2245 (Morrell): Economic development.
  • AB 2246 (Olsen): District agricultural associations: formation.
  • AB 2247 (Williams): Postsecondary education: accreditation documents.
  • AB 2248 (Melendez): Probation: statewide database.
  • AB 2249 (Bloom): Tax administration: Taxpayers’ Rights Advocate: levy or notice to withhold: return of funds.
  • AB 2250 (Daly): Toll facilities: revenues.
  • AB 2251 (Yamada): Weights and measures: beverage containers: redemption value.
  • AB 2252 (John A. Pérez): Child support payments: electronic fund transfer: qualifying accounts.
  • AB 2253 (Ting): Bilingual services: implementation plans.
  • AB 2254 (Ian Calderon): Teacher credentialing: single subject teaching credential.
  • AB 2255 (Gorell): Veterans’ benefits: Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • AB 2256 (Garcia): Civil procedure: service and fees: sheriffs.
  • AB 2257 (Cooley): Property tax: tax-defaulted property: excess proceeds from sale.
  • AB 2258 (Fox): Autonomous vehicles.
  • AB 2259 (Ridley-Thomas): Water replenishment: assessments.
  • AB 2260 (Alejo): Law enforcement: officers: motor vehicle sales: prohibitions.
  • AB 2261 (Gorell): Veterans Services and Workforce Division: veterans’ benefits.
  • AB 2262 (Frazier): Private railroad car tax.
  • AB 2263 (Bradford): Veterans service officers: correctional facilities.
  • AB 2264 (Levine): Clinics: licensure and regulation: exemptions.
  • AB 2265 (Weber): California State University: educational opportunity program.
  • AB 2266 (Waldron): Mental health: assisted outpatient treatment.
  • AB 2267 (Beth Gaines): State park system: budgeting.
  • AB 2268 (Bigelow): Department of Fish and Wildlife.
  • AB 2269 (Bigelow): Integrated regional water management planning.
  • AB 2270 (Ting): California Building Standards Commission: advisory panels.
  • AB 2271 (Ian Calderon): Employment: discrimination: status as unemployed.
  • AB 2272 (Gray): Public works: prevailing wage.
  • AB 2273 (Ridley-Thomas): Payment of election expenses.
  • AB 2274 (Gordon): The California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission.
  • AB 2275 (Ridley-Thomas): Certified copies of marriage, birth, and death certificates: electronic application.
  • AB 2276 (Bocanegra): Pupils: transfers from juvenile court schools.
  • AB 2277 (Mansoor): Legislative Counsel: legislative session information.
  • AB 2278 (Weber): State agency contracts: small business.
  • AB 2279 (Hagman): Insurance: life agents.
  • AB 2280 (Alejo): Community Revitalization and Investment Authorities.
  • AB 2281 (Hagman): State government: State Air Resources Board: Public Utilities Commission: legislative oversight participants.
  • AB 2282 (Gatto): Building standards: recycled water infrastructure.
  • AB 2283 (Gorell): Fertilizing material: agricultural liming materials.
  • AB 2284 (Williams): Recycling: household batteries.
  • AB 2285 (Jones): Housing.
  • AB 2286 (Wagner): Process servers.
  • AB 2287 (Pan): Free and reduced-price meals: gluten-free meals.
  • AB 2288 (Roger Hernández): Child Labor Protection Act of 2014.
  • AB 2289 (Daly): Electronic records and signatures.
  • AB 2290 (John A. Pérez): California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank.
  • AB 2291 (Jones-Sawyer): Gambling: Internet poker: unlawful gambling activity.
  • AB 2292 (Bonta): Infrastructure financing districts: City of Oakland: freight rail.
  • AB 2293 (Bonilla): Transportation network companies: insurance coverage.
  • AB 2294 (Achadjian): Franchise Tax Board.
  • AB 2295 (Ridley-Thomas): Community colleges: academic employees.
  • AB 2296 (Hagman): Pupil assessment: English learners: assessment of English language development.
  • AB 2297 (Levine): Health facilities: fuel cell generators.
  • AB 2298 (Rodriguez): Local agency funds.
  • AB 2299 (Nazarian): Developmental services: health insurance copayments.
  • AB 2300 (Ridley-Thomas): Firearms: Prohibited Armed Persons File.
  • AB 2301 (Mansoor): California Health Benefit Exchange: reports.
  • AB 2302 (Mullin): Child care and developmental services: facilities.
  • AB 2303 (Bloom): State Recognition and Awards Program in Linguistic Biliteracy.
  • AB 2304 (Logue): Private nonprofit hospitals: community benefits.
  • AB 2305 (Ridley-Thomas): Weapons.
  • AB 2306 (Chau): Constructive invasion of privacy: liability.
  • AB 2307 (Donnelly): Common core academic content standards: school district opt out.
  • AB 2308 (Stone): Prisoners: identification cards.
  • AB 2309 (Brown): Controlled substances: possession: deferred entry of judgment.
  • AB 2310 (Dickinson and Ridley-Thomas): Unlawful detainer: nuisance: unlawful weapons and ammunition.
  • AB 2311 (Bradford): General assistance: employable veterans.
  • AB 2312 (Nestande and Olsen): Metal theft.
  • AB 2313 (Nestande and Olsen): Metal theft and related recycling crimes.
  • AB 2314 (Hall): Peace officers: firearms.
  • AB 2315 (Ridley-Thomas): Department of Justice: unit on recidivism.
  • AB 2316 (Morrell): Independent System Operator.
  • AB 2317 (Maienschein): Execution: sale of property.
  • AB 2318 (Ian Calderon): Peace officers: transportation detail.
  • AB 2319 (Bonilla): School finance: Innovation, Training, and Common Core Implementation Fund.
  • AB 2320 (Fong): Political Reform Act of 1974: campaign funds.
  • AB 2321 (Gomez): Specialized license plates: domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking awareness.
  • AB 2322 (Conway): Regional occupational centers and programs: attendance computation.
  • AB 2323 (Gorell): Personal Income Tax Law: gross income exclusion: Olympic and Paralympic games.
  • AB 2324 (Williams): Trustees of the California State University: faculty member of the board.
  • AB 2325 (John A. Pérez): Medi-Cal: CommuniCal.
  • AB 2326 (Dickinson): Personal income tax: deductions: pet adoption costs: voluntary contributions.
  • AB 2327 (Achadjian): Medi-Cal: benefits.
  • AB 2328 (John A. Pérez): California Service Corps.
  • AB 2329 (Melendez): Personal Income Tax Law: exclusion: military veterans: concurrent retirement and disability pay.
  • AB 2330 (Mullin): Income taxes: credits: research activities.
  • AB 2331 (Rendon): Business: self-service storage facilities.
  • AB 2332 (Wieckowski): Courts: personal services contracts.
  • AB 2333 (Wilk): School employees: discipline: suspension and dismissal.
  • AB 2334 (Gray): Electricity rates: economic development pilot program: former military bases.
  • AB 2335 (Mansoor): Sober living homes.
  • AB 2336 (Grove): Abortion: gender selection.
  • AB 2337 (Linder): Driver’s licenses: suspension and revocation.
  • AB 2338 (Wagner): Initiatives: writ of mandate.
  • AB 2339 (Quirk): Criminal defendants: supervision: summary revocation: tolling.
  • AB 2340 (Garcia): State Department of Public Health: Office of Health Equity.
  • AB 2341 (Quirk-Silva): California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System: pupils of military families.
  • AB 2342 (Dababneh): Insurance: automobile insurance.
  • AB 2343 (Gatto): Stray animals: pounds and shelters: adoption of dogs and cats.
  • AB 2344 (Ammiano): Family law: parentage.
  • AB 2345 (Gonzalez): Public social services: eligibility: noncitizens.
  • AB 2346 (Gonzalez): Nurse practitioners, certified nurse-midwives, and physician assistants: supervision.
  • AB 2347 (Gonzalez): Insurance policies.
  • AB 2348 (Stone): Natural Resources Climate Improvement Program.
  • AB 2349 (Yamada): Developmental services: Sonoma Developmental Center.
  • AB 2350 (Bonilla): Postsecondary education: Equity in Higher Education Act: prevention of pregnancy discrimination.
  • AB 2351 (Gordon): Political party qualification.
  • AB 2352 (Chesbro): Community colleges: early and middle college high schools.
  • AB 2353 (Waldron): Environmental quality: water storage facilities.
  • AB 2354 (Conway): Electronic benefits transfer cards: photo identification.
  • AB 2355 (Levine): Local agencies: streets and highways: recycled materials.
  • AB 2356 (Gorell): Financing for adult local criminal justice facilities.
  • AB 2357 (Skinner): Parole: consideration of an inmate’s military service.
  • AB 2358 (Harkey): Taxation: cancellation of indebtedness: mortgage debt forgiveness.
  • AB 2359 (Rodriguez): Services for the developmentally disabled: regional centers.
  • AB 2360 (John A. Pérez): Workers’ compensation: firefighters and peace officers.
  • AB 2361 (Jones): Proposition 65: enforcement.
  • AB 2362 (Grove): Unemployment insurance benefits: disqualifications: convictions.
  • AB 2363 (Dahle): Electricity procurement.
  • AB 2364 (V. Manuel Pérez): State amphibian: California red-legged frog.
  • AB 2365 (John A. Pérez): Contracts: unlawful contracts.
  • AB 2366 (Bocanegra): Benefit and relief associations.
  • AB 2367 (Donnelly): Personal income taxes: credits: health care coverage.
  • AB 2368 (Wagner): Civil law: obligations: sports memorabilia.
  • AB 2369 (Hagman): Elections: voter-requested recounts.
  • AB 2370 (Chau): Court interpreters.
  • AB 2371 (Mullin): Solid waste: household hazardous waste.
  • AB 2372 (Ammiano): Property taxation: change in ownership.
  • AB 2373 (Roger Hernández): Probation officers: funding.
  • AB 2374 (Mansoor): Substance abuse: recovery and treatment services.
  • AB 2375 (Dababneh): California Health Benefit Exchange: navigators.
  • AB 2376 (Weber): State construction projects: insurance.
  • AB 2377 (John A. Pérez): Student loans: California Student Loan Refinancing Program.
  • AB 2378 (Perea): Workers’ compensation: temporary disability payments.
  • AB 2379 (Weber): Abuse of dependent adults: multidisciplinary teams.
  • AB 2380 (Weber): School plans: consolidated application for categorical programs: single plan for pupil achievement.
  • AB 2381 (Bonilla): Private parking facilities.
  • AB 2382 (Bradford): CalWORKs: eligibility: truancy.
  • AB 2383 (Achadjian): Workers’ compensation: payments: public safety employees.
  • AB 2384 (Bradford): School plans: schoolsite councils.
  • AB 2385 (Ting): Market Match Nutrition Incentive Program.
  • AB 2386 (Mullin): Child care facilities: carbon monoxide detectors.
  • AB 2387 (Pan): Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training: contracting: authority.
  • AB 2388 (Hagman): Bail: statewide bail schedule.
  • AB 2389 (Campos): Safe routes to school.
  • AB 2390 (Muratsuchi): Low Carbon Fuel Standard: Green Credit Reserve.
  • AB 2391 (Ian Calderon): Dependent children: placement.
  • AB 2392 (Gatto): Recycling: plastic containers.
  • AB 2393 (Levine): Vehicle registration fees.
  • AB 2394 (Gorell): Elections: Secretary of State.
  • AB 2395 (Lowenthal): Oxnard Harbor District: infrastructure projects: funding.
  • AB 2396 (Bonta): Convictions: expungement: licenses.
  • AB 2397 (Frazier): Criminal procedure: defendant’s appearance by video.
  • AB 2398 (Levine): Vehicles: pedestrians and bicyclists.
  • AB 2399 (John A. Pérez): Organ and tissue donor registry: driver’s license information.
  • AB 2400 (Ridley-Thomas): Health care coverage: physician contracts.
  • AB 2401 (Dababneh): Insurance: public inspection.
  • AB 2402 (Buchanan): Noxious weed management.
  • AB 2403 (Mullin and Rendon): Local government: assessments, fees, and charges.
  • AB 2404 (Eggman): Criminal history information.
  • AB 2405 (Ammiano): Landlord tenant: Ellis Act.
  • AB 2406 (Rodriguez): Emergency Medical Services Authority: misuse of emergency medical services.
  • AB 2407 (Morrell): Elections: expenses.
  • AB 2408 (Allen): School accountability: local control and accountability plans: California Collaborative for Educational Excellence.
  • AB 2409 (Cooley): California Waterfowl Habitat Program.
  • AB 2410 (Dababneh): Insurance: life and disability insurance.
  • AB 2411 (Bonta): Eyewitness identification: guidelines.
  • AB 2412 (Atkins): Cities: community benefit districts.
  • AB 2413 (John A. Pérez): The Office of Farm to Fork.
  • AB 2414 (Ting): Parking facilities: electric vehicle charging.
  • AB 2415 (Ting): Property tax agents.
  • AB 2416 (Stone): Liens: laborers and employees.
  • AB 2417 (Nazarian): California Environmental Quality Act: exemption: recycled water pipelines.
  • AB 2418 (Bonilla and Skinner): Health care coverage: prescription drug refills.
  • AB 2419 (Garcia): Public employee relations: agency shop arrangements.
  • AB 2420 (Nazarian): Well stimulation treatments: local prohibition.
  • AB 2421 (Nestande): Corporation Tax Law: credits: Foster Youth Opportunities Investment Act.
  • AB 2422 (Nestande): Corporation Tax Law: credits: STEAM Investment Incentives Act.
  • AB 2423 (Conway): Property taxation: tax sales: bidding.
  • AB 2424 (Campos): Prostitution.
  • AB 2425 (Quirk): Laboratories: review committee.
  • AB 2426 (Nestande): Income taxes: education savings accounts.
  • AB 2427 (Jones-Sawyer): Personal income tax: credits: qualified teachers.
  • AB 2428 (Patterson): Income taxes: minimum franchise tax: annual tax: deductions: exemptions.
  • AB 2429 (Patterson): State Board of Equalization: administration: interest.
  • AB 2430 (Maienschein): Transfer disclosures.
  • AB 2431 (Dababneh): Postsecondary education: animal research.
  • AB 2432 (Salas): Drinking water.
  • AB 2433 (Mansoor): Health care coverage: catastrophic plans.
  • AB 2434 (Gomez): Income taxes: exclusion.
  • AB 2435 (Hagman): CalWORKs: ineligibility.
  • AB 2436 (Bonta): Literacy.
  • AB 2437 (Hagman): Pupil assessment: school network infrastructure.
  • AB 2438 (Lowenthal): Vehicles: firefighter endorsements.
  • AB 2439 (Donnelly): Secretary of State: initiative information.
  • AB 2440 (Hagman): Pupil assessments: Measurement of Academic Performance and Progress: school district opt out.
  • AB 2441 (Mullin): Outdoor advertising.
  • AB 2442 (Gordon): Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act: remedial action: liability.
  • AB 2443 (Rendon): Duplication of service: mutual water companies.
  • AB 2444 (Hall): Confederate flag: sales: government property.
  • AB 2445 (Chau): Community colleges: transportation fees.
  • AB 2446 (Waldron): Standby charges: San Luis Rey Municipal Water District.
  • AB 2447 (Cooley): Public contracts: Sacramento Regional Transit District.
  • AB 2448 (Jones): Employment: flexible work schedules.
  • AB 2449 (Bocanegra): Pupil nutrition: free or reduced-price meals: adequate time to eat.
  • AB 2450 (John A. Pérez and Logue): Specialized license plates: kidney disease awareness.
  • AB 2451 (Daly): Weights and measures: water submeters.
  • AB 2452 (Pan): Advance health care directive registry.
  • AB 2453 (Achadjian): Paso Robles Basin Water District.
  • AB 2454 (Quirk-Silva): Foster youth: nonminor dependents.
  • AB 2455 (Williams): The Santa Rita Hills Community Services District.
  • AB 2456 (Melendez): Health care.
  • AB 2457 (Levine): Assault and battery: stadium or arena: enhancement.
  • AB 2458 (Bonilla): Medical residency training program grants.
  • AB 2459 (Conway): Elder abuse.
  • AB 2460 (Morrell): California Apprenticeship Council: membership.
  • AB 2461 (Morrell): Employment: payroll records: right to inspect.
  • AB 2462 (Dababneh): Vehicles: parking: child protective services.
  • AB 2463 (Dickinson): Delta plan: Bay Delta Conservation Plan: hearings.
  • AB 2464 (Fong): Migrant farm labor centers.
  • AB 2465 (Chesbro): Burning of lands: private burns.
  • AB 2466 (Nestande): Minimum annual tax: exemption: veterans small businesses.
  • AB 2467 (Nestande): California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act: market development payments.
  • AB 2468 (Donnelly): Search warrants: privacy.
  • AB 2469 (Linder): Vehicles: pickup trucks.
  • AB 2470 (Salas): California Seed Law.
  • AB 2471 (Frazier): Public contracts: change orders.
  • AB 2472 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): Public employees: retirement and health benefits.
  • AB 2473 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): County Employees Retirement Law of 1937: federal law compliance.
  • AB 2474 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): County employees retirement: final compensation: forfeiture of benefits: employee contributions: death benefits.
  • AB 2475 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): State employees: memorandum of understanding.
  • AB 2476 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement and Social Security): Employment after retirement: eligibility.
  • AB 2477 (Gorell): Parole.
  • AB 2478 (Stone): San Lorenzo River.
  • AB 2479 (Bradford): Crimes: nonviolent felonies.
  • AB 2480 (Yamada): Local government finance: cities: annexations.
  • AB 2481 (Bradford): Elementary and secondary education: length of school day and school year: analysis.
  • AB 2482 (Wilk): Workers’ compensation: utilization review.
  • AB 2483 (Allen): Public employees: retirement.
  • AB 2484 (Gordon): Healing arts: telehealth.
  • AB 2485 (Dickinson and Ridley-Thomas): Unlawful detainer: nuisance: controlled substances.
  • AB 2486 (Gomez): Public postsecondary education: exemption from payment of nonresident tuition for victims of certain crimes.
  • AB 2487 (Wagner): Criminal procedure.
  • AB 2488 (Levine): Alcoholic beverages: certified farmers’ market sales permit.
  • AB 2489 (Lowenthal): Victims of crimes.
  • AB 2490 (Eggman): District agricultural associations.
  • AB 2491 (Nestande): Alcohol and drug abuse treatment facilities: sober living homes.
  • AB 2492 (Jones-Sawyer): Local agencies: meetings: real property transactions.
  • AB 2493 (Bloom): Redevelopment dissolution: housing projects: bond proceeds.
  • AB 2494 (Cooley): Courts: frivolous actions or proceedings.
  • AB 2495 (Melendez): Taxation: minimum franchise tax: exemptions.
  • AB 2496 (Melendez): Child abuse.
  • AB 2497 (Melendez): Stalking.
  • AB 2498 (Achadjian): Highway signs: veterans’ memorials and monuments.
  • AB 2499 (Bonilla): Offenders: home detention programs.
  • AB 2500 (Frazier): Vehicles: driving under the influence: drugs.
  • AB 2501 (Bonilla): Voluntary manslaughter.
  • AB 2502 (Bigelow): Pesticides.
  • AB 2503 (Hagman): Repossessors.
  • AB 2504 (Chau): Public contracts: schools: cloud service providers.
  • AB 2505 (Yamada): Milk: home dairy farms: sharing, exchange, or direct sale of raw milk.
  • AB 2506 (Salas): Peace officers.
  • AB 2507 (Bocanegra): Public Records Act: exemptions: pending litigation.
  • AB 2508 (Fox): Unlawful detainer: pleadings.
  • AB 2509 (Fox): Highways: exit information signs.
  • AB 2510 (Wagner): Tax administration: refunds: property tax: state assessment: actions.
  • AB 2511 (Bradford): Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department: citizens’ oversight committee.
  • AB 2512 (Bonilla): Pupil rights: gender equity: after school athletic programs.
  • AB 2513 (Fox): Bullying.
  • AB 2514 (Pan): Income taxes: credits: rural health care professionals.
  • AB 2515 (Donnelly): Controlled substances: sentencing.
  • AB 2516 (Gordon): Sea level rise planning: database.
  • AB 2517 (Daly): Economic development: taxation: credits: certifications.
  • AB 2518 (Dababneh): School intervention: parent empowerment.
  • AB 2519 (Patterson): Personal income taxes: credit: education expenses.
  • AB 2520 (Maienschein): Parole: primary mental clinicians.
  • AB 2521 (Hagman): Corrections: data collection.
  • AB 2522 (Jones-Sawyer): School facilities: security locks.
  • AB 2523 (Cooley): Department of Technology.
  • AB 2524 (Morrell): County highways.
  • AB 2525 (Bonta and Levine): Limited Liability Worker Cooperative Act.
  • AB 2526 (Gonzalez): Community corrections program.
  • AB 2527 (Bonta): Postsecondary education: legislative intent: women in science, technology, engineering, and math.
  • AB 2528 (Skinner): State-issued identity documents: diacritical marks.
  • AB 2529 (Williams): Energy: usage: plug-in equipment.
  • AB 2530 (Rodriguez): Ballot processing.
  • AB 2531 (Jones): Personal income taxes.
  • AB 2532 (Quirk): Victims and witnesses of crime.
  • AB 2533 (Ammiano): Health care coverage: noncontracting providers.
  • AB 2534 (Dababneh): Inmates: county jails.
  • AB 2535 (Grove): Employment applications: criminal history.
  • AB 2536 (Mullin): Employees: emergency rescue personnel.
  • AB 2537 (Grove): Income taxes: credits: water-conserving plumbing fixtures.
  • AB 2538 (Quirk): Dairy products: cream: bacteria and coliform bacteria limits.
  • AB 2539 (Ting): Retail food: cottage food operators.
  • AB 2540 (Dababneh): Real estate licenses.
  • AB 2541 (Hall): Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority.
  • AB 2542 (Bloom): State property: surplus: exchange: Tuna Canyon Property.
  • AB 2543 (Levine): State hospitals: placement evaluations.
  • AB 2544 (Roger Hernández): School finance: preschool funding.
  • AB 2545 (Lowenthal): Victims of crime: restitution: military sexual assault.
  • AB 2546 (Salas): Kern County Hospital Authority.
  • AB 2547 (Beth Gaines): Placer County Integrated Health and Human Services Pilot Program.
  • AB 2548 (Ting): Postsecondary education.
  • AB 2549 (Ridley-Thomas): Redevelopment: City of Milpitas.
  • AB 2550 (Roger Hernández): Election dates.
  • AB 2551 (Wilk): Local ballot measures: bond issues.
  • AB 2552 (Morrell): School finance: local control funding formula.
  • AB 2553 (Weber): School finance: local control funding formula.
  • AB 2554 (Rendon): Clean, Safe, and Reliable Drinking Water Act of 2014.
  • AB 2555 (Bocanegra): Cradle-to-career initiatives: report.
  • AB 2556 (Chau and Lowenthal): Home care organizations.
  • AB 2557 (Williams): Community colleges: intersession extension programs.
  • AB 2558 (Williams): Community colleges: faculty and staff development.
  • AB 2559 (Eggman): Community college employees: suspension.
  • AB 2560 (Bonilla): Teacher credentialing: renewal: child abuse reporting.
  • AB 2561 (Bradford): Personal and entrepreneurial agriculture: restrictions.
  • AB 2562 (Fong): Elections: ballots.
  • AB 2563 (Allen): State freight plan.
  • AB 2564 (Nestande): Commercial credit reporting agencies.
  • AB 2565 (Muratsuchi): Electric vehicles: offstreet parking facilities.
  • AB 2566 (Weber): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • AB 2567 (Daly): Decedents’ estates: personal representative: bond.
  • AB 2568 (Bloom): Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
  • AB 2569 (Jones): Secondhand dealers and coin dealers: reporting.
  • AB 2570 (Skinner): Prisons: California Rehabilitation Oversight Board.
  • AB 2571 (Mansoor): Alcoholic beverages: personal use.
  • AB 2572 (Ting): Environmental justice: reports.
  • AB 2573 (Stone): Foster care: transition jurisdiction.
  • AB 2574 (Rodriguez): Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority.
  • AB 2575 (Campos): Agricultural Labor Relations Board: annual report.
  • AB 2576 (Harkey): Income tax: health savings accounts.
  • AB 2577 (Cooley and Pan): Medi-Cal: ground emergency medical transportation services: supplemental reimbursement.
  • AB 2578 (Dababneh): Insurance: disability insurance: life insurance: accelerated death benefit.
  • AB 2579 (Gordon): Energy: solar energy systems.
  • AB 2580 (Fox): Medical licenses.
  • AB 2581 (Bradford): Energy: public domain computer program.
  • AB 2582 (Bonta): Public Employees’ Medical and Hospital Care Act: postemployment health benefits: the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District.
  • AB 2583 (Dababneh): Foster parent evaluations.
  • AB 2584 (Nestande): Energy: California Renewables Portfolio Standard Program.
  • AB 2585 (Daly): School finance: annual budgets.
  • AB 2586 (Bloom): Family law proceedings.
  • AB 2587 (Roger Hernández): Mobilehome parks: rent control.
  • AB 2588 (Roger Hernández): Emergency medical services: local EMS agencies.
  • AB 2589 (Bloom): Weights and measures: county sealers: county ordinance: annual registration fee.
  • AB 2590 (Cooley): State prisons and county jails: realignment.
  • AB 2591 (Weber): Homeless youth: basic material needs assistance.
  • AB 2592 (Chesbro and Levine): California Horse Racing Board: racing dates: economic analysis.
  • AB 2593 (Bradford): Greenhouse gases: diversity reporting.
  • AB 2594 (Grove): State Air Resources Board.
  • AB 2595 (Grove): Timber harvesting plans.
  • AB 2596 (Bonta): Environmental justice.
  • AB 2597 (Ting): Energy: PACE program.
  • AB 2598 (Hagman): Department of Consumer Affairs: administrative expenses.
  • AB 2599 (Jones-Sawyer): Prisoners: organic therapies.
  • AB 2600 (Bonilla): Pupil assessment: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress.
  • AB 2601 (Conway): California Health Benefit Exchange: charge on qualified health plans.
  • AB 2602 (Eggman): Farm to School Program.
  • AB 2603 (V. Manuel Pérez): Controlled substances: permissive lawful possession.
  • AB 2604 (Brown): Workers’ compensation: proceedings: payment delay.
  • AB 2605 (Bonilla): Pharmacy: sterile drug products.
  • AB 2606 (Dababneh): Income taxes: credit: long-term care.
  • AB 2607 (Skinner): Juveniles: detention.
  • AB 2608 (Nestande): Occupational safety and health: violations.
  • AB 2609 (Nestande): Home brewers and home winemakers.
  • AB 2610 (Williams): California State University: special sessions.
  • AB 2611 (Bocanegra): Unclaimed property: auditing standards.
  • AB 2612 (Dababneh): Medi-Cal: substance use disorder treatment.
  • AB 2613 (Muratsuchi): Historical property.
  • AB 2614 (Muratsuchi): Historical properties: taxation.
  • AB 2615 (Muratsuchi): Unemployment: workforce development.
  • AB 2616 (Skinner): Workers’ compensation: hospital employers: compensation.
  • AB 2617 (Weber): Civil rights: waiver of rights.
  • AB 2618 (John A. Pérez): Property and business improvement areas: benefit assessments.
  • AB 2619 (Beth Gaines): Dams: fish: critically dry year.
  • AB 2620 (Levine and Rendon): State contracts: goods and services.
  • AB 2621 (Garcia and Olsen): Child day care facilities: licensing reports.
  • AB 2622 (John A. Pérez): State vehicle fleet purchases: minimum fuel economy standard.
  • AB 2623 (Pan): Elder abuse.
  • AB 2624 (Medina): False advertising: Made in North America.
  • AB 2625 (Achadjian): Defendants: competence.
  • AB 2626 (Fong): Public postsecondary education: capitol outlay plan reporting requirement.
  • AB 2627 (Fox): Obscene matter.
  • AB 2628 (Mansoor): County employees’ retirement: Orange County.
  • AB 2629 (Bloom): Conservation and mitigation banks: report.
  • AB 2630 (Roger Hernández): Employment.
  • AB 2631 (Dababneh): Elections: voting machines.
  • AB 2632 (Maienschein): Care facilities.
  • AB 2633 (Allen): Recycling: plastic material.
  • AB 2634 (Bradford): Civil rights.
  • AB 2635 (Olsen): Performance-based budgeting practices: legislative review.
  • AB 2636 (Gatto and Skinner): CalConserve Water Use Efficiency Revolving Fund.
  • AB 2637 (Hall): Horse racing: parimutuel wagering and charity racing days.
  • AB 2638 (Chau): The Department of Consumer Affairs.
  • AB 2639 (Lowenthal): State freight plan.
  • AB 2640 (Roger Hernández): Marijuana: possession: penalty.
  • AB 2641 (Patterson): In-Home Supportive Services program: provider exclusions: crimes.
  • AB 2642 (Campos): Minors: sexualized portrayal.
  • AB 2643 (Wieckowski): Invasion of privacy: distribution of sexually explicit materials.
  • AB 2644 (Nazarian): Toilet facilities.
  • AB 2645 (Dababneh): Probation: mandatory supervision: transfer of case.
  • AB 2646 (Ting): Jurors: peremptory challenge.
  • AB 2647 (Wagner): Redevelopment: El Toro Project Area: former City of Lake Forest Redevelopment Agency.
  • AB 2648 (Salas): Food and agriculture: production forecasts.
  • AB 2649 (Gorell and Mullin and V. Manuel Pérez): Net energy metering: military bases.
  • AB 2650 (Conway): Bonds: transportation.
  • AB 2651 (Linder): Vehicle weight fees: transportation bond debt service.
  • AB 2652 (Linder): Increased revenues: appropriation.
  • AB 2653 (Linder): Transportation finance.
  • AB 2654 (Quirk-Silva): Personal income tax return: disclosure of information: postsecondary education financial assistance eligibility.
  • AB 2655 (Hall): Horse racing: out-of-state thoroughbred races: Apple Blossom Handicap.
  • AB 2656 (Jones): Petroleum: labeling.
  • AB 2657 (Bloom): Wildlife habitat areas: use of anticoagulants.
  • AB 2658 (Bocanegra): Recycling: waste tires: public works projects.
  • AB 2659 (Brown): Health Access Zones: income tax: credits.
  • AB 2660 (Nazarian): Crimes: wearing a disguise.
  • AB 2661 (Bradford): Political Reform Act of 1974: conflicts of interests: Energy Commission.
  • AB 2662 (Gatto): Silver Lake Reservoir: drainage: civil penalty.
  • AB 2663 (Dababneh): Fraud prevention.
  • AB 2664 (Quirk-Silva): California National Guard.
  • AB 2665 (Dababneh): Workers’ compensation: enforcement.
  • AB 2666 (Daly): Recycling: electronic waste.
  • AB 2667 (Bloom): Rental-purchase agreements: electronic devices: monitoring technology.
  • AB 2668 (Quirk-Silva): Foster care: nonminor dependent parents.
  • AB 2669 (Eggman): Milk: stabilization and marketing plans.
  • AB 2670 (Medina): Small Business Technical Assistance Act of 2014.
  • AB 2671 (Bloom): The California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank.
  • AB 2672 (Perea): Gas: extension of service: disadvantaged communities.
  • AB 2673 (Bradford): Civil compromise: hit and run.
  • AB 2674 (Skinner): Occupational safety and health standards: hazardous disinfectants.
  • AB 2675 (Lowenthal): State agency: public contracts.
  • AB 2676 (Rendon): Controller: reports.
  • AB 2677 (Rodriguez): Oil Spill Response Trust Fund.
  • AB 2678 (Ridley-Thomas): Oil spills: Oil Spill Technical Advisory Committee.
  • AB 2679 (Logue): County mental health services: baseline reports.
  • AB 2680 (Nazarian): Water quality.
  • AB 2681 (Dababneh): Sales and use tax: retail sale: storage use: counterfeit mark.
  • AB 2682 (Wagner): Responsible and reliable parties.
  • AB 2683 (Cooley): Contempt: jurors.
  • AB 2684 (Stone): Hatchery practices: salmon and steelhead.
  • AB 2685 (Cooley): Crime Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.
  • AB 2686 (Gray and Perea and Salas): Clean, Safe, and Reliable Water Supply Act of 2014.
  • AB 2687 (Bocanegra): Vehicles: confidential home address.
  • AB 2688 (Brown): Employment: violations: good faith defense.
  • AB 2689 (Quirk-Silva): Identity theft: unemployment insurance base wage file.
  • AB 2690 (Mullin): Driving under the influence.
  • AB 2691 (Harkey): Sales and use taxes: wireless communication devices: bundled transactions.
  • AB 2692 (Fong): Political Reform Act of 1974: expenditures.
  • AB 2693 (Bloom): Judges: retirement: employment.
  • AB 2694 (Wieckowski): Beverage containers: recycling.
  • AB 2695 (Patterson): Electricity: billing disclosures.
  • AB 2696 (Gonzalez): Attorneys.
  • AB 2697 (Gonzalez): Harbor commission: membership.
  • AB 2698 (Gonzalez): Pupil instruction: courses of study: grades 7 to 12.
  • AB 2699 (Gonzalez): Veterans’ Home of California.
  • AB 2700 (Nazarian): Income taxes: credits: motion pictures: qualified post production costs.
  • AB 2701 (Gonzalez): Groundwater basins: investigation and report.
  • AB 2702 (Gonzalez): Highways.
  • AB 2703 (Quirk-Silva): County veterans service officers.
  • AB 2704 (Allen): State Air Resources Board: regulations.
  • AB 2705 (Williams): Community colleges: faculty.
  • AB 2706 (Roger Hernández): Schools: health care coverage.
  • AB 2707 (Chau): Vehicles: length limitations: buses: bicycle transportation devices.
  • AB 2708 (Muratsuchi): Public postsecondary education: cross-enrollment: online education at the California State University.
  • AB 2709 (Muratsuchi): Community colleges.
  • AB 2710 (Muratsuchi): Public schools: finances: transparency: ethics training.
  • AB 2711 (Muratsuchi): Energy: thermal powerplants: certification: sea level rise.
  • AB 2712 (Daly): Hazardous materials: Orange County Water District.
  • AB 2713 (Quirk-Silva): Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development: South Korea.
  • AB 2714 (Roger Hernández): Vehicles: disabled persons placard.
  • AB 2715 (Roger Hernández): District-based municipal elections.
  • AB 2716 (Wieckowski): Sales and use taxes: resale certificate.
  • AB 2717 (Bonta and Skinner): Small Business Development Center Program: appropriation.
  • AB 2718 (Bloom): Oil and gas: well stimulation treatment: notification.
  • AB 2719 (Bonta): Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development: Standard Pop-Up Regulation Zones Act: model local ordinance or resolution.
  • AB 2720 (Ting): State agencies: meetings: record of action taken.
  • AB 2721 (Pan): Trustees of the California State University: nonfaculty employees.
  • AB 2722 (Ridley-Thomas): Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority: contracting.
  • AB 2723 (Medina): Administrative procedure: small businesses.
  • AB 2724 (Bradford): Failure to appear in court: fines.
  • AB 2725 (Brown): Urban waterway restoration.
  • AB 2726 (Daly): University of California: real property sales.
  • AB 2727 (Frazier): Courts: witness” local agency employees.
  • AB 2728 (Perea): Vehicle weight fees: transportation bond debt service.
  • AB 2729 (Medina): Infrastructure financing.
  • AB 2730 (Committee on Agriculture): Animal disease planning.
  • AB 2731 (Committee on Insurance): Insurance.
  • AB 2732 (Committee on Insurance): Workers’ compensation.
  • AB 2733 (Committee on Insurance): Disability compensation: voluntary plans.
  • AB 2734 (Committee on Insurance): Insurance: omnibus.
  • AB 2735 (Committee on Insurance): Earthquake insurance.
  • AB 2736 (Committee on Higher Education): Postsecondary education: California State University.
  • AB 2737 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Safe drinking water.
  • AB 2738 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund: accounts.
  • AB 2739 (Committee on Business, Professions and Consumer Protection): Massage therapy.
  • AB 2740 (Bonilla): Bureau of Electronic and Appliance Repair, Home Furnishings, and Thermal Insulation.
  • AB 2741 (Bonilla): Professional Fiduciaries Bureau.
  • AB 2742 (Committee on Banking and Finance): Business: corporations and financial services.
  • AB 2743 (Committee on Labor and Employment): Employment: wages.
  • AB 2744 (Committee on Labor and Employment): Public works: apprenticeship program.
  • AB 2745 (Committee on Judiciary): Courts.
  • AB 2746 (Committee on Judiciary): Attorneys: annual membership fees.
  • AB 2747 (Committee on Judiciary): Notaries public: civil penalties.
  • AB 2748 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Hazardous waste: business plans.
  • AB 2749 (Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy): Economic development.
  • AB 2750 (Roger Hernández): Car washes.
  • AB 2751 (Roger Hernández): Retaliation: unfair immigration-related practices: suspension of business licenses.
  • AB 2752 (Committee on Transportation): Transportation programs.
  • AB 2753 (Committee on Housing and Community Development): Housing.
  • AB 2754 (Committee on Revenue and Taxation): Franchise Tax Board: administration: dependent credit: electronic filing.
  • AB 2755 (Committee on Revenue and Taxation): Nonprofit corporations: directors.
  • AB 2756 (Committee on Revenue and Taxation): Assessment analysts: certification.
  • AB 2757 (Committee on Revenue and Taxation): Diesel Fuel Tax Law: reimbursements.
  • AB 2758 (Committee on Revenue and Taxation): Sales and use taxes: administration: qualified use tax: acceptable tax return.
  • AB 2759 (Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife): Interstate water rights.
  • AB 2760 (Committee on Utilities and Commerce): Public utilities: contracting: women, minority, and disabled veteran business enterprises.
  • AB 2761 (Committee on Utilities and Commerce): Public Utilities Commission: report: renewable energy resources.
  • AB 2762 (Committee on Local Government): Local government.
  • AB 2763 (Committee on Accountability and Administrative Review): State government operations.
  • AB 2764 (Committee on Natural Resources): State Lands Commission.
  • AB 2765 (Committee on Governmental Organization): Horse racing: marketing organization.
  • AB 2766 (Committee on Elections and Redistricting): Elections: central committees: oaths.
  • ACA 1 (Donnelly): Administrative regulations: legislative approval.
  • ACA 2 (Nestande and Olsen): Education finance: payment of state apportionments.
  • ACA 3 (Campos): Local government financing: public safety services: voter approval.
  • ACA 4 (Olsen): Legislative procedure.
  • ACA 5 (Grove): Abortion: parental notification.
  • ACA 6 (Gatto): Initiatives: constitutional amendments: voter approval.
  • ACA 7 (Mullin): Elections: voting age.
  • ACA 8 (Blumenfield): Local government financing: voter approval.
  • ACA 9 (Gorell): Voter-nominated primary elections.
  • ACA 10 (Olsen): Voter-nominated primary elections.
  • ACA 11 (Gorell): State budget.
  • ACA 12 (Gorell): Elections: Secretary of State.
  • ACA 13 (Nestande): State budget.
  • ACR 1 (Medina): University of California: UC Riverside School of Medicine.
  • ACR 2 (Mitchell): Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
  • ACR 3 (Logue): The CHP Officer Robert J. Quirk Memorial Highway.
  • ACR 4 (Buchanan): American Heart Month and Wear Red Day.
  • ACR 5 (Wilk): Ronald Reagan Day.
  • ACR 6 (Donnelly): Human trafficking.
  • ACR 7 (Wagner): Korean War Armistice Day.
  • ACR 8 (Chávez): Abraham Lincoln’s birthday.
  • ACR 9 (Bradford and Brown and Hall and Holden and Jones-Sawyer and Mitchell and Weber): Black History Month.
  • ACR 10 (Buchanan): Read Across America Day.
  • ACR 11 (Muratsuchi): Day of Remembrance.
  • ACR 12 (Ian Calderon): Arts Education Month: March 2013.
  • ACR 13 (Pan): 25th Annual State Scientist Day.
  • ACR 14 (Yamada): Deputy Tony Diaz, Yolo County Sheriff’s Office, Memorial Rest Area.
  • ACR 15 (Chesbro): Wineries: leadership.
  • ACR 16 (Hagman): Gerald “Blackie” Sawyer Memorial Highway.
  • ACR 17 (Wieckowski): India’s Independence Day.
  • ACR 18 (Gorell): Seabees Memorial Highway.
  • ACR 19 (Pan): Japanese American: discrimination: apology.
  • ACR 20 (Logue and Perea): Postsecondary education: instruction in world religions: Sikhism.
  • ACR 21 (Salas): West Nile Virus and Mosquito and Vector Control Awareness Week.
  • ACR 22 (Dickinson): Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week.
  • ACR 23 (Mullin): Irish American Heritage Month.
  • ACR 24 (Nestande): California Beer Distributor Month.
  • ACR 25 (Wieckowski): Sikh American Awareness and Appreciation Month.
  • ACR 26 (Wilk): Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
  • ACR 27 (V. Manuel Pérez): César Chávez.
  • ACR 28 (Achadjian and Nazarian): Armed Forces Day.
  • ACR 29 (Eggman and Olsen): California Agriculture Day.
  • ACR 30 (V. Manuel Pérez): Pupil rights: Student and Youth Bill of Rights.
  • ACR 31 (V. Manuel Pérez): Cinco de Mayo Week.
  • ACR 32 (Lowenthal): Building and Safety Month.
  • ACR 33 (Bloom and John A. Pérez): California Holocaust Memorial Week.
  • ACR 34 (Cooley): Child Abuse Prevention Month.
  • ACR 35 (Alejo): California Native American Heritage Month.
  • ACR 36 (Atkins): Veterans: treatment courts and treatment review calendars.
  • ACR 37 (Harkey): Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Bridge.
  • ACR 38 (Cooley): American Red Cross Month.
  • ACR 39 (Perea): American Cancer Society Day.
  • ACR 40 (John A. Pérez): Donate Life California Day: driver’s license.
  • ACR 41 (Chávez and Harkey): Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Bridge.
  • ACR 42 (Daly): Family Business Day.
  • ACR 43 (Cooley): State Capitol History Month.
  • ACR 44 (Ammiano): National Day of Silence: discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students.
  • ACR 45 (Weber): Early care and education.
  • ACR 46 (Achadjian): Viral Hepatitis Awareness Day.
  • ACR 47 (Skinner): Commotio Cordis Awareness Week.
  • ACR 48 (Allen): Start a Small Business Month.
  • ACR 49 (Maienschein and Stone): Foster Care Month.
  • ACR 50 (Gordon and Rendon): Parks Make Life Better! Month.
  • ACR 51 (Jones and V. Manuel Pérez): Jimmy A. Arevalo Memorial Highway.
  • ACR 52 (Allen and Mansoor): State beaches: fire rings.
  • ACR 53 (Quirk-Silva): Sober Graduation Month.
  • ACR 54 (Jones-Sawyer): American Stroke Month 2013.
  • ACR 55 (Alejo and Stone): Ohlone Costanoan Esselen Highway.
  • ACR 56 (Chau): May 2013: Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month.
  • ACR 57 (Jones): James Craig Schmidt Memorial Highway.
  • ACR 58 (Beth Gaines): California Business Women’s Day.
  • ACR 59 (Waldron): Constitution Week.
  • ACR 60 (Morrell): The 35th anniversary of the enactment of Proposition 13.
  • ACR 61 (Beth Gaines): State employee merit awards.
  • ACR 62 (Ian Calderon): The Detectives Mike Lane and John Pierce Memorial Highway.
  • ACR 63 (Nestande): United States Korean War Veterans Day.
  • ACR 64 (Allen): Little Saigon.
  • ACR 65 (Hall): The Willie L. Brown, Jr. Bridge.
  • ACR 66 (Waldron): Internet Crimes Against Children Awareness Month.
  • ACR 67 (Alejo): State highways: designations.
  • ACR 68 (Donnelly): Detective Jeremiah MacKay Memorial Highway.
  • ACR 69 (Salas): CHP Officer Dean Esquibel Memorial Bridge.
  • ACR 70 (Chesbro): CHP Officer Kenneth E. Marshall Memorial Interchange.
  • ACR 71 (Weber): Africana studies programs.
  • ACR 72 (Quirk-Silva): California Firefighters Memorial Day.
  • ACR 73 (Roger Hernández): The Glass-Steagall Act.
  • ACR 74 (Salas): Red Ribbon Week.
  • ACR 75 (Bonilla): California Council on Science and Technology.
  • ACR 76 (Lowenthal): Freedom of speech: institutions of higher education.
  • ACR 77 (Bonta): Filipino American History Month.
  • ACR 78 (Logue and Pan): Hmong History Month.
  • ACR 79 (Bocanegra): Classified school employees.
  • ACR 80 (Dickinson): Keeping Kids in School and Out of Court Day
  • ACR 81 (Mitchell): Senior Fraud Awareness Day.
  • ACR 82 (Pan): Food allergy awareness.
  • ACR 83 (Buchanan): Alcohol Awareness Month.
  • ACR 84 (Rodriguez): Emergency Medical Services Week.
  • ACR 85 (Muratsuchi and Yamada): Day of Remembrance.
  • ACR 86 (Buchanan): American Heart Month.
  • ACR 87 (Wilk): Ronald Reagan Day.
  • ACR 88 (Linder): Abraham Lincoln’s birthday.
  • ACR 89 (Salas): Portuguese Heritage Month.
  • ACR 90 (Rendon): Wilderness Act of 1964.
  • ACR 91 (Nazarian): Persian New Year.
  • ACR 92 (Hall): Wilmington Marquee.
  • ACR 93 (Buchanan): Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness Month.
  • ACR 94 (Rodriguez): Emergency services: active shooter incidents.
  • ACR 95 (Gomez): California Community Colleges: part-time faculty.
  • ACR 96 (Olsen): The 150th anniversary of the California State Park System.
  • ACR 97 (Bigelow): Staff Sergeant Sky R. Mote Memorial Overcrossing.
  • ACR 98 (Bigelow): State Highway Route 132: memorial plaque.
  • ACR 99 (Jones): Border Patrol Agent Eric Norman Cabral Memorial Bridge.
  • ACR 100 (Alejo): Relations with El Salvador.
  • ACR 101 (Jones-Sawyer): Pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers: Internet transactions.
  • ACR 102 (Fox): California Firefighters Memorial Day.
  • ACR 103 (Fox): California Poppy Month.
  • ACR 104 (Alejo and Rodriguez): Cinco de Mayo Week.
  • ACR 105 (Nestande): Legislature: Wounded Warrior Program.
  • ACR 106 (Gordon): 26th Annual State Scientist Day.
  • ACR 107 (Bloom): Year of the Family Physician.
  • ACR 108 (Wagner): Education: Computer Science Education Week.
  • ACR 109 (Brown): Latino Education and Advocacy Days.
  • ACR 110 (Fox): Health Care District Month.
  • ACR 111 (Levine): Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
  • ACR 112 (Mullin): Irish American Heritage Month.
  • ACR 113 (Hagman): Epilepsy awareness.
  • ACR 114 (Alejo and Campos): César Chávez.
  • ACR 115 (Ian Calderon): California Museum Month.
  • ACR 116 (Chesbro): California Craft Brewery Month.
  • ACR 117 (Ting): Hanren Chang Memorial.
  • ACR 118 (Logue): California Tradesmen Day.
  • ACR 119 (Muratsuchi): Community colleges: career technical education.
  • ACR 120 (Bloom and Fox and John A. Pérez and Levine and Lowenthal and Medina and Nazarian): California Holocaust Memorial Week.
  • ACR 121 (Dahle): Officer Troy Lee Clark Memorial Bridge.
  • ACR 122 (Beth Gaines): Bone Marrow Donation Awareness Month.
  • ACR 123 (Harkey): Arthritis Awareness Month.
  • ACR 124 (Wieckowski): Mathematics Awareness Month.
  • ACR 125 (John A. Pérez): Donate Life California Day: driver’s license.
  • ACR 126 (Atkins): Women veterans.
  • ACR 127 (Bonta): Bataan Death March Veterans Commemoration Day.
  • ACR 128 (Ting): Living Schoolyard Month.
  • ACR 129 (Brown): Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Denim Day California.
  • ACR 130 (Rendon): Parks Make Life Better! Month.
  • ACR 131 (Achadjian and Muratsuchi and Nazarian): Armed Forces Day.
  • ACR 132 (Eggman): West Nile Virus and Mosquito and Vector Control Awareness Week.
  • ACR 133 (Bonta): May 2014: Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month.
  • ACR 134 (Linder): Officer Michael Crain Memorial Highway.
  • ACR 135 (Conway and Patterson): Specialist Manuel Joaquin Holguin Memorial Highway.
  • AJR 1 (Gatto): Federal constitutional convention: application.
  • AJR 2 (Achadjian and Gatto and Nazarian): Armenian Genocide.
  • AJR 3 (Alejo): Immigration.
  • AJR 4 (Hueso and V. Manuel Pérez): The United States-Mexico border.
  • AJR 5 (Gomez): National Multicultural Cancer Awareness Week.
  • AJR 6 (Fox): Unmanned aircraft systems.
  • AJR 7 (Bonta): Social security, Medicare, and Medicaid.
  • AJR 8 (John A. Pérez and Lowenthal): Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act.
  • AJR 9 (Dahle): Federal Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000: extension.
  • AJR 10 (Grove): State debt.
  • AJR 11 (Wieckowski): Bankruptcy.
  • AJR 12 (Gatto): Minimum wage.
  • AJR 13 (Campos): Labor: Job Corps centers.
  • AJR 14 (Atkins): Sequestration.
  • AJR 15 (Alejo): Voting Rights Act of 1965.
  • AJR 16 (Bonilla): State preschool programs: early learning.
  • AJR 17 (Patterson): Federal tax.
  • AJR 18 (Skinner): Equality of rights for men and women.
  • AJR 19 (Pan): Veterans’ benefits.
  • AJR 20 (John A. Pérez): Federal Direct Stafford Loans: interest rates.
  • AJR 21 (Olsen): Renewable Fuel Standard program: reform.
  • AJR 22 (Gorell): The federal Afghan Allies Protection Act of 2009.
  • AJR 23 (Logue and Morrell): Federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: requirement to purchase health insurance.
  • AJR 24 (Dahle): Forest protection and restoration.
  • AJR 25 (Conway and Gorell): Internal Revenue Service.
  • AJR 26 (Allen): Civil liberties.
  • AJR 27 (Donnelly): Limiting Internet and Blanket Electronic Review of Telecommunications and Email Act.
  • AJR 28 (Brown): Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness Month.
  • AJR 29 (Brown): Senior nutrition services and programs: funding.
  • AJR 30 (Stone): Federal Chemical Safety Improvement Act.
  • AJR 31 (Skinner): Child nutrition programs: school meals.
  • AJR 32 (Gatto): The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.
  • AJR 33 (Holden): Military and veterans.
  • AJR 34 (Cooley): Terrorism risk insurance.
  • AJR 35 (John A. Pérez): Armenian Genocide.
  • AJR 36 (Gonzalez): Special Minimum Wage Certificate Program.
  • AJR 37 (Muratsuchi): Export-Import Bank of the United States.
  • AJR 38 (Salas): Fair employment and housing: military and veteran status.
  • AJR 39 (Roger Hernández): Cable and video service.
  • AJR 40 (Mullin): Federal poverty level measurement.
  • AJR 41 (Ian Calderon and Wilk): Armenian and Assyrian Genocide.
  • AJR 42 (Williams): Indigenous peoples: declaration of rights.
  • AJR 43 (Chesbro): California shellfish.
  • AJR 44 (Bloom): Veterans’ benefits.
  • AJR 45 (Skinner): Sexual assault forensic exams: federal funding.
  • AJR 46 (Ian Calderon and Wilk): Armenian and Assyrian Genocide.
  • HR 1 (Skinner):
  • HR 2 (John A. Pérez):
  • HR 3 (Skinner):
  • HR 4 (Nestande):
  • HR 5 (Mitchell and Yamada):
  • HR 6 (Lowenthal):
  • HR 7 (Levine):
  • HR 8 (Hall):
  • HR 9 (Daly):
  • HR 10 (Eggman and Yamada):
  • HR 11 (Campos and Eggman and Grove and Melendez):
  • HR 12 (Bigelow):
  • HR 13 (Williams):
  • HR 14 (Melendez):
  • HR 15 (Conway):
  • HR 16 (Campos):
  • HR 17 (Medina):
  • HR 18 (Roger Hernández):
  • HR 19 (Williams):
  • HR 20 (Gordon):
  • HR 21 (Linder and Quirk-Silva):
  • HR 22 (John A. Pérez and Weber):
  • HR 23 (Bradford):
  • HR 24 (Bradford):
  • HR 25 (Bigelow):
  • HR 26 (John A. Pérez and Williams):
  • HR 27 (Chau):
  • HR 28 (Jones-Sawyer):
  • HR 29 (Gomez):
  • HR 30 (Eggman and Yamada):
  • HR 31 (Hall):
  • HR 32 (Mullin):
  • HR 33 (Lowenthal):
  • HR 34 (Melendez):
  • HR 35 (Campos):
  • HR 36 (Quirk-Silva):
  • HR 37 (Wieckowski):
  • SB 1 (Steinberg): Sustainable Communities Investment Authority.
  • SB 2 (Lieu and Yee): Political Reform Act of 1974.
  • SB 3 (Lieu and Yee): Political Reform Act of 1974.
  • SB 4 (Leno and Pavley): Oil and gas: well stimulation.
  • SB 5 (Padilla): Teacher credentialing.
  • SB 6 (Lieu): Business.
  • SB 7 (Cannella and Steinberg): Public works: charter cities.
  • SB 8 (Anderson and Yee): Public postsecondary education: executive officer compensation.
  • SB 9 (Price): State government: social innovation and entrepreneurship.
  • SB 10 (Padilla): School employees: dismissal, suspension, and leave of absence procedures.
  • SB 11 (Cannella and Pavley): Alternative fuel and vehicle technologies: funding programs.
  • SB 12 (Corbett): Consumer affairs.
  • SB 13 (Beall): Public employees’ retirement benefits.
  • SB 14 (Gaines): Bear Lake Reservoir: recreational use.
  • SB 15 (Padilla): Aviation: unmanned aircraft systems.
  • SB 16 (Gaines): Administration of justice: county costs: nonhomicide criminal trials.
  • SB 17 (Gaines and Nielsen): State responsibility areas: fire prevention fees.
  • SB 18 (Hernandez): California Health Benefits Review Program: health insurance.
  • SB 19 (Knight): Sales and use taxes: exemptions: property for use in space flight.
  • SB 20 (Hernandez): Health care coverage.
  • SB 21 (Roth): University of California: UC Riverside Medical School.
  • SB 22 (Beall): Health care coverage: mental health parity.
  • SB 23 (Lara): Task Force on New American Integration.
  • SB 24 (Walters): Public employees’ retirement: benefit plans.
  • SB 25 (Steinberg): Agricultural labor relations: contract dispute resolution.
  • SB 26 (Correa): Political Reform Act of 1974: slate mailers.
  • SB 27 (Correa): Political Reform Act of 1974.
  • SB 28 (Hernandez and Steinberg): California Health Benefit Exchange.
  • SB 29 (Correa): Vote by mail ballots and election result statements.
  • SB 30 (Calderon): Taxation: cancellation of indebtedness: mortgage debt forgiveness.
  • SB 31 (Padilla): Outdoor advertising displays: arenas.
  • SB 32 (Price): Business investment: tax credits.
  • SB 33 (Wolk): Infrastructure financing districts: voter approval: repeal.
  • SB 34 (Calderon): Greenhouse gas: carbon capture and storage.
  • SB 35 (Pavley): Wiretapping: authorization.
  • SB 36 (Hueso): Internet Web site: workers’ compensation insurers: workers’ compensation data.
  • SB 37 (De León): Energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades: on-bill repayment program.
  • SB 38 (De León): Firearms: prohibited persons.
  • SB 39 (De León): Local agencies: public officers: claims and liability.
  • SB 40 (Pavley): Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012.
  • SB 41 (Wright): School district reorganization: base revenue limit: Wiseburn Unified School District.
  • SB 42 (Wolk): Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality, and Flood Protection Act of 2014.
  • SB 43 (Wolk): Electricity: Green Tariff Shared Renewables Program.
  • SB 44 (Yee): State Internet Web sites: online voter registration.
  • SB 45 (Corbett): The Leroy F. Greene School Facilities Act of 1998.
  • SB 46 (Corbett): Personal information: privacy.
  • SB 47 (Yee): Firearms: assault weapons.
  • SB 48 (Hill): Public utilities: research and development projects.
  • SB 49 (Lieu and Steinberg): School safety plans.
  • SB 50 (Lieu): Telecommunications: pay telephones.
  • SB 51 (Wright): Internet gambling.
  • SB 52 (Hill and Leno): Political Reform Act of 1974: campaign disclosures.
  • SB 53 (De León): Ammunition: purchase permits.
  • SB 54 (Hancock): Hazardous materials management: stationary sources: skilled and trained workforce.
  • SB 55 (Hill): Ignition interlock devices: repeat driving under the influence offenders.
  • SB 56 (Emmerson and Roth): Local government finance: property tax revenue allocation: vehicle license fee adjustments.
  • SB 57 (Lieu): Electronic monitoring: removing or disabling GPS device: offense.
  • SB 58 (Cannella): Public postsecondary education: funding.
  • SB 59 (Evans): Crimes: sex crimes.
  • SB 60 (Wright): Crime victims: human trafficking.
  • SB 61 (Yee): Juveniles: solitary confinement.
  • SB 62 (Lieu): Coroners: reporting requirements: prescription drug use.
  • SB 63 (Wolk): School attendance: high schools.
  • SB 64 (Corbett): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: market-based compliance mechanisms: Clean Technology Investment Account.
  • SB 65 (Leno): 2013–14 Budget.
  • SB 66 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Human services.
  • SB 67 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): In-home supportive services.
  • SB 68 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2012.
  • SB 69 (Emmerson and Roth): Local government finance: property tax revenue allocation: vehicle license fee adjustments.
  • SB 70 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Alcohol and drug programs.
  • SB 71 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): State government.
  • SB 72 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2013: public resources.
  • SB 73 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Energy: Proposition 39 implementation.
  • SB 74 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Corrections.
  • SB 75 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Courts.
  • SB 76 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Public safety.
  • SB 77 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Health.
  • SB 78 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Public health: Medi-Cal managed care plan taxes.
  • SB 79 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2013.
  • SB 80 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Health and human services.
  • SB 81 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Education finance: education omnibus trailer bill.
  • SB 82 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Investment in Mental Health Wellness Act of 2013.
  • SB 83 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Developmental services.
  • SB 84 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2013: public resources.
  • SB 85 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Transportation.
  • SB 86 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): State government.
  • SB 87 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2013.
  • SB 88 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Education finance: higher education.
  • SB 89 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2012: augmentation.
  • SB 90 (Cannella and Galgiani): Economic development: taxation: credits: exemption.
  • SB 91 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): School finance.
  • SB 92 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Property insurance: Seismic Safety Account.
  • SB 93 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2013.
  • SB 94 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Medi-Cal: managed care: long-term services and supports: in-home supportive services.
  • SB 95 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2013.
  • SB 96 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2013: public resources.
  • SB 97 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): School finance: local control funding formula.
  • SB 98 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Public health.
  • SB 99 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Active Transportation Program.
  • SB 100 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Public finance.
  • SB 101 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Health.
  • SB 102 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): State employees: memoranda of understanding.
  • SB 103 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2013.
  • SB 104 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Drought relief.
  • SB 105 (Huff and Steinberg): Corrections.
  • SB 106 (Monning): California Central Coast State Veterans Cemetery at Fort Ord Endowment Fund.
  • SB 107 (Corbett): Sexual assault: victim medical evidentiary examination.
  • SB 108 (Yee): Firearms.
  • SB 109 (Corbett): Charter-party carriers: limousines: emergency exits.
  • SB 110 (DeSaulnier): East Span, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Safety Review Task Force.
  • SB 111 (Beall): Elections: voter signature.
  • SB 112 (Monning): Voter information: public examination.
  • SB 113 (Jackson): Elections: voter registration.
  • SB 114 (Pavley): Commercially sexually exploited minors.
  • SB 115 (Hill): Parent and child relationship.
  • SB 116 (Liu): Personal income taxes: voluntary contributions: Emergency Food Assistance Program.
  • SB 117 (Hueso): Integrative cancer treatment.
  • SB 118 (Lieu): Unemployment insurance: education and workforce investment systems.
  • SB 119 (Calderon): Crematories: burning of flags.
  • SB 120 (Roth): Intoxicating liquors.
  • SB 121 (Evans): Corporations: political activities: shareholder disclosure.
  • SB 122 (Lieu): Vessels: abandonment: abatement.
  • SB 123 (Corbett): Environmental and land use court.
  • SB 124 (Corbett): Human remains: Abbot Archimandrite Theodor Micka.
  • SB 125 (Gaines): State responsibility areas: fire prevention fees.
  • SB 126 (Steinberg): Health care coverage: pervasive developmental disorder or autism.
  • SB 127 (Gaines): Firearms: mentally disordered persons.
  • SB 128 (Emmerson): Community facilities districts: transfer of governance authority.
  • SB 129 (Wright): Deaf and disabled telecommunications program.
  • SB 130 (Anderson and Corbett): Witnesses.
  • SB 131 (Beall and Lara): Damages: childhood sexual abuse: statute of limitations.
  • SB 132 (Hill): Mountain lions.
  • SB 133 (DeSaulnier): Redevelopment.
  • SB 134 (Hueso): CalFresh eligibility.
  • SB 135 (Padilla): Earthquake early warning system.
  • SB 136 (Gaines): Insurance: brokers and agents: notice of appointment.
  • SB 137 (Anderson and Beall and Emmerson and Liu and Pavley): Developmental services: regional centers.
  • SB 138 (Hernandez): Confidentiality of medical information.
  • SB 139 (Hill): Exchange facilitators.
  • SB 140 (Leno and Steinberg): Firearms: prohibited persons.
  • SB 141 (Correa): Postsecondary education benefits: children of deported or voluntarily departed parents.
  • SB 142 (DeSaulnier): Public transit.
  • SB 143 (Fuller): Education finance: necessary small high schools: average daily attendance.
  • SB 144 (Cannella): 2013 Realignment Legislation addressing justice reinvestment.
  • SB 145 (Pavley): Sex offenders: child pornography.
  • SB 146 (Lara): Workers’ compensation: medical treatment: billing.
  • SB 147 (Gaines): State responsibility areas: fire prevention fees.
  • SB 148 (Anderson): Primary elections: voter-nominated offices.
  • SB 149 (Walters): City property: leases.
  • SB 150 (Lara): Pupils: concurrent enrollment in secondary school and community college: nonresident tuition exemption.
  • SB 151 (DeSaulnier): Vehicles: license plates.
  • SB 152 (Roth): Licensed professionals: engineers: geologists: geophysicists.
  • SB 153 (Berryhill): Mortgage brokers: fiduciary duty.
  • SB 154 (Berryhill): Community care facilities.
  • SB 155 (Padilla): Vehicles: motor vehicle manufacturers and distributors.
  • SB 156 (Beall): Conservatorships and guardianships: attorney’s fees.
  • SB 157 (Knight): National Guard.
  • SB 158 (Correa): Autism services: demonstration program.
  • SB 159 (Fuller): Public cemetery districts: Kern River Valley Cemetery District.
  • SB 160 (De León and Lara): Classified school employees: misconduct against a child: statewide tracking.
  • SB 161 (Hernandez): Stop-loss insurance coverage.
  • SB 162 (Lieu): Prisoners: temporary removal.
  • SB 163 (Hueso): Developmental services: health insurance payments.
  • SB 164 (Rubio): Developmental services: regional centers: funding.
  • SB 165 (Walters): Public Employees’ Retirement System: membership: exclusions.
  • SB 166 (Liu): Juveniles: attorney qualifications.
  • SB 167 (Gaines): Environmental quality: California Environmental Quality Act.
  • SB 168 (Monning): Farm labor contractors: successors: wages and penalties.
  • SB 169 (Emmerson): State highways: scenic highways.
  • SB 170 (Wolk): Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park.
  • SB 171 (Hueso): Drainage: Coachella Valley County Water District.
  • SB 172 (Beall): In-home supportive services: sales tax.
  • SB 173 (Liu): Education funding: adult health and safety education.
  • SB 174 (De León): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • SB 175 (Fuller): State game refuges: possession of weapons.
  • SB 176 (Galgiani): Administrative procedures.
  • SB 177 (Liu): Homeless Youth Education Success Act.
  • SB 178 (Correa): Bullying: Michael J. Berry Peer Abuse Prevention Advisory Council.
  • SB 179 (Roth): Mortgage loan originators.
  • SB 180 (Roth): Mobilehomes: sales: registration cards.
  • SB 181 (Committee on Governance and Finance): Validations.
  • SB 182 (Committee on Governance and Finance): Validations.
  • SB 183 (Committee on Governance and Finance): Validations.
  • SB 184 (Committee on Governance and Finance): Local government: omnibus bill.
  • SB 185 (Walters): Instructional materials: digital format.
  • SB 186 (Knight): Land use: housing element.
  • SB 187 (Knight): Personal income tax.
  • SB 188 (Liu): Conservation camps: county-operated camps.
  • SB 189 (Monning): Health care coverage: wellness programs.
  • SB 190 (Wright): Gambling: sports wagering.
  • SB 191 (Padilla): Emergency medical services.
  • SB 192 (Liu): Early learning and educational support services.
  • SB 193 (Monning): Hazard evaluation system and information service.
  • SB 194 (Galgiani): Vehicles: electronic wireless communications device: prohibitions.
  • SB 195 (Liu): California postsecondary education: state goals.
  • SB 196 (Cannella): Utility rates: mobilehomes and apartment buildings.
  • SB 197 (Evans): Commercial fishing: commercial fishing salmon stamp.
  • SB 198 (Lieu): Physical Therapy Board of California.
  • SB 199 (De León and Evans and Wolk): BB devices.
  • SB 200 (Anderson): Medi-Cal: rural hospitals.
  • SB 201 (Liu): Instructional materials: academic content standards: English learners.
  • SB 202 (Galgiani): Automotive repair.
  • SB 203 (Pavley): Local transportation funds: Ventura County.
  • SB 204 (Corbett): Prescription drugs: labeling.
  • SB 205 (Corbett): Prescription drugs: labeling.
  • SB 206 (Emmerson): Electronic benefits transfer cards: prohibition of use for alcohol and tobacco purchases.
  • SB 207 (Cannella): Department of Consumer Affairs: licensee information.
  • SB 208 (Lara): Public social services: contracting.
  • SB 209 (Lieu): Income taxes: exclusion: deferral: qualified small business stock.
  • SB 210 (Hancock): Criminal procedure: pretrial release.
  • SB 211 (Hernandez): Tax administration: disclosure of information: Franchise Tax Board and cities.
  • SB 212 (Pavley): Student financial aid: Assumption Program of Loans for Education.
  • SB 213 (Galgiani): Election petitions: circulators.
  • SB 214 (Calderon): Long-term care: financing.
  • SB 215 (Beall): Public employee benefits.
  • SB 216 (Beall): Public employment: salary ranges.
  • SB 217 (Beall): State employees: memorandum of understanding: State Bargaining Unit 9.
  • SB 218 (Yee): Healing arts: California traditional Chinese medicine traumatologist certification.
  • SB 219 (Yee): Safety Enhancement-Double Fine Zones.
  • SB 220 (Beall): California Public Employees’ Pension Reform Act of 2013: administration.
  • SB 221 (Pavley): Sales and use taxes: vehicle license fee: exclusion: alternative fuel motor vehicles.
  • SB 222 (Padilla): Genetic information: privacy.
  • SB 223 (Liu): Education finance: Maximum Categorical Funding Flexibility and Accountability Program.
  • SB 224 (Walters): Newborn screening program.
  • SB 225 (Emmerson): Imprisonment: sentences punishable in state prison.
  • SB 226 (Emmerson): Defendants: severe mental disorder: incarceration in state prison.
  • SB 227 (Knight): Personal income tax.
  • SB 228 (Knight): Enterprise zones.
  • SB 229 (Knight): Student financial aid fraud.
  • SB 230 (Knight): Local transportation funds: performance audits.
  • SB 231 (Correa): Bullying: California Bullying Prevention Clearinghouse.
  • SB 232 (Monning): California Central Coast State Veterans Cemetery at Fort Ord Endowment Fund.
  • SB 233 (Correa and Leno): Debt buying.
  • SB 234 (Walters): Recreational off-highway vehicles.
  • SB 235 (Wyland): Sales and use taxes: income taxes.
  • SB 236 (Pavley): School districts: four-day school week: Moorpark Unified School District.
  • SB 237 (Calderon): High school diplomas: retroactive high school diplomas: veterans.
  • SB 238 (Liu): Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy members: voting.
  • SB 239 (Hernandez and Steinberg): Medi-Cal: hospitals: quality assurance fees: distinct part skilled nursing facilities.
  • SB 240 (Yee): Vote by mail ballot drop boxes.
  • SB 241 (Evans): Oil Severance Tax Law.
  • SB 242 (Wyland): Toll collection: alternative technologies.
  • SB 243 (Wyland): Professional clinical counselors.
  • SB 244 (Liu): Disorderly conduct.
  • SB 245 (Correa): Contracts.
  • SB 246 (Fuller): Bighorn-Desert View Water Agency.
  • SB 247 (Liu): Pupil assessment: grade 2 diagnostic assessments.
  • SB 248 (Wyland): Professional corporations.
  • SB 249 (Leno): Public health: health records: confidentiality.
  • SB 250 (Wolk): Olive Oil Commission of California.
  • SB 251 (Calderon): Insurance: notice: electronic transmission.
  • SB 252 (Liu): CalWORKs: welfare-to-work requirements.
  • SB 253 (Hueso): Controlled substances: synthetic cannabinoids and synthetic stimulants.
  • SB 254 (Correa and Hancock): Solid waste: used mattresses: recycling and recovery.
  • SB 255 (Cannella): Disorderly conduct: invasion of privacy.
  • SB 256 (Lieu): Trampoline courts: safety inspection.
  • SB 257 (Hancock): Coastal resources: physical adaptations to climate change.
  • SB 258 (Lieu): Workers’ compensation.
  • SB 259 (Hancock): Higher Education Employer-Employee Relations Act: employees.
  • SB 260 (Hancock): Youth offender parole hearings.
  • SB 261 (Monning): Contractors: fraudulent use of license.
  • SB 262 (Monning): Contractors.
  • SB 263 (Monning): Private employment: public transit employees.
  • SB 264 (Pavley): Accountable care organizations.
  • SB 265 (Lara): Postsecondary education: electronic textbooks.
  • SB 266 (Lieu): Prevailing wages.
  • SB 267 (Pavley): Proposition 39: implementation.
  • SB 268 (Gaines): Health care districts: public contracts: design-build.
  • SB 269 (Hill): Prepaid rental listing service.
  • SB 270 (De León and Lara and Padilla): Solid waste: single-use carryout bags.
  • SB 271 (Hernandez): Associate Degree Nursing Scholarship Program.
  • SB 272 (Corbett): Advertising and solicitations: government and military endorsements.
  • SB 273 (Gaines): Farm vehicles: registration exemptions.
  • SB 274 (Leno): Family law: parentage: child custody and support.
  • SB 275 (Cannella): Local flood control: indebtedness and liability.
  • SB 276 (Roth): Public contracts: small business contracts.
  • SB 277 (Beall): State Peace Officers’ and Firefighters’ Defined Contribution Plan.
  • SB 278 (Gaines): Land use: housing element.
  • SB 279 (Hancock): San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority.
  • SB 280 (Lara and Lieu): Insurance affordability programs: application form.
  • SB 281 (Calderon): Life insurance: accelerated death benefits.
  • SB 282 (Yee): Confidential medical information: required authorization to disclose.
  • SB 283 (Hancock): CalFresh eligibility.
  • SB 284 (De León): Income taxes: credits: contributions to education funds.
  • SB 285 (De León): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
  • SB 286 (Pavley and Yee): Vehicles: high-occupancy vehicle lanes.
  • SB 287 (Walters): Prison: community supervision: eligibility.
  • SB 288 (Lieu): Employment protections: time off.
  • SB 289 (Correa): Vehicles: driving under the influence: drugs.
  • SB 290 (Knight and Walters): Nonresident tuition exemption: veterans.
  • SB 291 (Hill): Public Utilities Commission: safety enforcement: gas and electrical corporations.
  • SB 292 (Corbett): Employment: sexual harassment.
  • SB 293 (DeSaulnier): Firearms: owner-authorized handguns.
  • SB 294 (Emmerson): Sterile drug products.
  • SB 295 (Emmerson): Sexually violent predators: civil commitment.
  • SB 296 (Correa): County veterans service officers.
  • SB 297 (Roth): Public contacts: disabled veterans.
  • SB 298 (Walters and Wyland): Local government: supplemental law enforcement services.
  • SB 299 (DeSaulnier): Firearms: lost or stolen: reports.
  • SB 300 (Hancock): Instructional materials: revised curriculum frameworks: science and English language arts.
  • SB 301 (Liu): Education facilities: Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2014.
  • SB 302 (Cannella): School cafeterias: cafeteria fund.
  • SB 303 (Knight): Peace officers: identification certificates: concealed weapon endorsement.
  • SB 304 (Lieu): Healing arts: boards.
  • SB 305 (Lieu): Healing arts: boards.
  • SB 306 (Torres): Nursing: licensing criteria.
  • SB 307 (Price): Healing arts: Veterinary Medical Board.
  • SB 308 (Lieu): Professions and vocations.
  • SB 309 (Lieu): State Athletic Commission.
  • SB 310 (Calderon): Mortgages: foreclosure notices: title companies.
  • SB 311 (Padilla): Local elections: charters and charter proposals.
  • SB 312 (Knight): Absences: confidential medical services: parent or guardian consent.
  • SB 313 (De León): Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights Act.
  • SB 314 (Cannella): State Highway Route 25.
  • SB 315 (Lieu): Civil actions: telephonic appearances.
  • SB 316 (Block): School safety: door locks.
  • SB 317 (Calderon): Tax credits: annual reports.
  • SB 318 (Correa and Hill and Steinberg): Consumer loans: Pilot Program for Increased Access to Responsible Small Dollar Loans.
  • SB 319 (Price): Developmental services: regional centers: data compilation.
  • SB 320 (Beall): Health care coverage: acquired brain injury.
  • SB 321 (Price): Developmental services: regional centers: performance contracts.
  • SB 322 (Hueso): Water recycling.
  • SB 323 (Lara): Taxes: exemptions: prohibited discrimination.
  • SB 324 (Wright): Alcoholic beverages: tied-house restrictions: advertising.
  • SB 325 (Block): Trustees of the California State University: student members.
  • SB 326 (Beall): Sex offenders.
  • SB 327 (Yee): Human trafficking: recall and resentencing: pardons and parole.
  • SB 328 (Knight): Counties: public works contracts.
  • SB 329 (Gaines): Community colleges: nonresident tuition: Lake Tahoe Community College.
  • SB 330 (Padilla): Pupil instruction: health framework: mental health instruction.
  • SB 331 (Liu): California Library Services Act: statewide communications and delivery collaborative network.
  • SB 332 (DeSaulnier and Emmerson): California Health Benefit Exchange: records.
  • SB 333 (Lieu): Crimes: emergencies: false reporting.
  • SB 334 (Fuller): Recreational off-highway vehicles: seat location: passengers.
  • SB 335 (Yee): Expenditures: service contracts.
  • SB 336 (Huff): Air pollution: gasoline blends.
  • SB 337 (Emmerson): State Highway Route 74.
  • SB 338 (Hill): Charter-party carriers of passengers: limousines: fire extinguishers.
  • SB 339 (Cannella): Taxation: cancellation of indebtedness: mortgage debt forgiveness.
  • SB 340 (Jackson): Law enforcement: anti-reproductive-rights crimes.
  • SB 341 (DeSaulnier): Redevelopment.
  • SB 342 (Yee): Foster children: social worker: visits.
  • SB 343 (Yee): Dependent children: documents.
  • SB 344 (Padilla): Schools.
  • SB 345 (Evans): Attorneys: annual membership fees.
  • SB 346 (Beall): Public social services: records.
  • SB 347 (Beall): Youth shelters: funding.
  • SB 348 (Galgiani): Agricultural seed: county seed enforcement subventions.
  • SB 349 (Walters): Home- and community-based services waiver for the developmentally disabled: sheltered work.
  • SB 350 (Beall): Vehicles: motorcycles.
  • SB 351 (Hernandez): Health care coverage: hospital billing.
  • SB 352 (Pavley): Medical assistants: supervision.
  • SB 353 (Lieu): Health care coverage: language assistance.
  • SB 354 (Correa and Roth): Department of Veterans Affairs: monitoring outcomes for veterans: Director of Employment Development: disclosure of information.
  • SB 355 (Beall): Conservation: tax credits.
  • SB 356 (Yee): Gambling establishments: owner licensing.
  • SB 357 (Correa): Elective Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Pilot Program.
  • SB 358 (Corbett): Military leave: domestic partner.
  • SB 359 (Corbett): Vehicles: retirement and replacement.
  • SB 360 (Padilla): Certification of voting systems.
  • SB 361 (Padilla): Elections: voter registration.
  • SB 362 (Padilla): Voting procedures: natural disasters.
  • SB 363 (Wright): Firearms: criminal storage: unsafe handguns: fees.
  • SB 364 (Steinberg): Mental health.
  • SB 365 (Wolk): Jail construction: funding.
  • SB 366 (Wright): Traffic fines: ability to pay.
  • SB 367 (Block): Developmental services: regional centers: cultural and linguistic competency.
  • SB 368 (Pavley): Teachers: added authorization in special education.
  • SB 369 (De León): State claims.
  • SB 370 (Lieu): Income tax: credits: qualified commercial production.
  • SB 371 (De León): Claims against the state: appropriation.
  • SB 372 (Emmerson): State property: surplus.
  • SB 373 (Huff): Sales and use taxes: gross receipts: definition.
  • SB 374 (Hancock and Steinberg and Yee): Firearms: assault weapons.
  • SB 375 (Committee on Labor and Industrial Relations): Workers’ compensation.
  • SB 376 (Correa): Sales and use taxes: exemption: manufacturing: research and development.
  • SB 377 (Lieu): Public works: project determinations: wage and penalty assessments.
  • SB 378 (Block): Official record of conviction: admissibility of electronically digitized copy.
  • SB 379 (Hancock): School attendance: early and middle college high schools.
  • SB 380 (Padilla): Communications: service interruptions.
  • SB 381 (Yee): Healing arts: chiropractic practice.
  • SB 382 (Roth): Veterans’ benefits: Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • SB 383 (Jackson): Credit cards: personal information.
  • SB 384 (DeSaulnier and Gaines): California Memorial Scholarship Program.
  • SB 385 (Block): Firearms: Private Patrol Operators: registration and assignment.
  • SB 386 (Correa): School finance: county superintendents of schools: regional occupational centers or programs.
  • SB 387 (Wright): Coastal resources: once-through cooling.
  • SB 388 (Lieu): Public safety officers and firefighters: investigations and interrogations.
  • SB 389 (Wright): South Coast Air Quality Management District: electric generating facilities: emissions offsets.
  • SB 390 (Wright): Employee wage withholdings: failure to remit.
  • SB 391 (DeSaulnier): California Homes and Jobs Act of 2013.
  • SB 392 (Berryhill): Fish and Game Code: game birds and waterfowl.
  • SB 393 (Walters): Prescription drugs: procurement: false representation.
  • SB 394 (Walters): Prescription drugs.
  • SB 395 (Jackson): Hazardous waste: wells.
  • SB 396 (Hancock and Steinberg): Firearms: magazine capacity.
  • SB 397 (Hueso): Vehicles: enhanced driver’s license.
  • SB 398 (Galgiani): Horse racing: distribution of proceeds.
  • SB 399 (Wright): California Prompt Payment Act.
  • SB 400 (Jackson): Employment protections: victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.
  • SB 401 (Hueso): Administrative practices.
  • SB 402 (De León): Breastfeeding.
  • SB 403 (Cannella): State highway routes.
  • SB 404 (Jackson): Fair employment: familial status.
  • SB 405 (Padilla): Solid waste: single-use carryout bags.
  • SB 406 (Evans): Tribal Court Civil Judgment Act.
  • SB 407 (Hill): Local government: officers and employees: contracts.
  • SB 408 (De León): Transportation funds.
  • SB 409 (Emmerson): Disaster recovery project areas: enforceable obligations.
  • SB 410 (Yee): Anesthesiologist assistants.
  • SB 411 (Wolk): Food labeling: olive oil.
  • SB 412 (Knight): Sales and use taxes: exemption: aerospace products manufacturing: research and development.
  • SB 413 (Knight): Personal income taxes: credit: STEM teachers.
  • SB 414 (Knight): Income taxes: credits: qualified employees.
  • SB 415 (Knight): Space flight liability.
  • SB 416 (Liu): Surplus residential property.
  • SB 417 (Berryhill): Public buildings and works: qualifications of contractors.
  • SB 418 (Jackson): Energy: nuclear fission powerplants.
  • SB 419 (Block): Restitution: collection of fines and fees.
  • SB 420 (Walters): Public postsecondary education: resident classification.
  • SB 421 (Hernandez): Pupil instruction: examination fees: International Baccalaureate Diploma Program and advanced placement courses.
  • SB 422 (Huff): Credit unions.
  • SB 423 (Huff): Public transportation employees: strikes: prohibition.
  • SB 424 (Emmerson): Vehicles: windshields: obstructions.
  • SB 425 (DeSaulnier): Public works: the Public Works Peer Review Act of 2013.
  • SB 426 (Corbett): Civil procedure: deficiency judgments.
  • SB 427 (Monning): Vessels: equipment requirements: personal flotation devices.
  • SB 428 (Anderson): School safety: The Safe Classrooms Act.
  • SB 429 (Hernandez): San Gabriel Basin Water Quality Authority Act.
  • SB 430 (Wright): Pupil health: vision examination: binocular function.
  • SB 431 (Price): Economic development: California Socioeconomic Development Pods Program.
  • SB 432 (Liu and Price): School accountability: advisory committee: creativity index.
  • SB 433 (Lara): Emergencies: the State 911 Advisory Board.
  • SB 434 (Hill): Public Utilities Commission: Removal of a commissioner.
  • SB 435 (Padilla): Compensation: meal and rest or recovery periods.
  • SB 436 (Jackson): Port Hueneme Beach shoreline protection.
  • SB 437 (Berryhill): Disabled veterans: contracting preferences.
  • SB 438 (Hancock): Refineries: turnarounds.
  • SB 439 (Leno and Steinberg): Medical marijuana.
  • SB 440 (Padilla): Public postsecondary education: Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act.
  • SB 441 (Calderon): Education employment: certificated employees.
  • SB 442 (Wyland): State Board of Equalization: erroneous charges.
  • SB 443 (Walters): Organized camps.
  • SB 444 (Hueso): State Highway Route 86: relinquishment.
  • SB 445 (Hill): Underground storage tanks: petroleum: charges.
  • SB 446 (Cannella): Local government finance: property tax revenue allocations: County of San Benito.
  • SB 447 (Lara): Surface mining operations.
  • SB 448 (Leno): Energy: petroleum supply and pricing.
  • SB 449 (Galgiani): Local water supply programs or projects: funding.
  • SB 450 (Galgiani): Unattended collection boxes.
  • SB 451 (Huff): Open Enrollment Act: expansion to all school districts of residence.
  • SB 452 (Huff): School intervention: parent empowerment.
  • SB 453 (Huff): School employees: teachers: evaluation: termination.
  • SB 454 (Corbett): Public resources: electric vehicle charging stations.
  • SB 455 (Hernandez): General acute care hospitals: patient classification system.
  • SB 456 (Padilla): Disclosure of sources of electrical generation.
  • SB 457 (Monning): Vessels: collisions and accidents.
  • SB 458 (Wright): Gangs: statewide database.
  • SB 459 (Pavley): Vehicle retirement: low-income motor vehicle owners.
  • SB 460 (Pavley): Prenatal testing program: education.
  • SB 461 (Leno): State tide and submerged lands: mineral extraction leases: revenues.
  • SB 462 (Monning): Employment: compensation.
  • SB 463 (Pavley): Sentencing.
  • SB 464 (Jackson): Child care: Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Act.
  • SB 465 (Correa): Packaging and labeling: containers: slack fill.
  • SB 466 (DeSaulnier): California Institute for Criminal Justice Policy.
  • SB 467 (Leno): Privacy: electronic communications: warrant.
  • SB 468 (Beall and Emmerson): Developmental services: statewide Self-Determination Program.
  • SB 469 (Corbett): Vehicles: aerodynamic vehicles.
  • SB 470 (Wright): Community development: economic opportunity.
  • SB 471 (Berryhill): Personal income taxes: credit.
  • SB 472 (Hill): Gaming: licenses.
  • SB 473 (Block): Human trafficking.
  • SB 474 (Nielsen): Appropriation of water: Sewerage Commission Oroville.
  • SB 475 (Leno): Agricultural District 1-A: firearm sales at the Cow Palace.
  • SB 476 (Steinberg): Insurance: special assessments.
  • SB 477 (Steinberg): Foreign labor contractors: registration.
  • SB 478 (Cannella): Vehicles: length limitations: livestock vehicles.
  • SB 479 (Block): State government: Secretary of State: duties.
  • SB 480 (Yee): CalWORKs, Medi-Cal, and CalFresh: suspension of benefits.
  • SB 481 (Huff): California Public Employees’ Pension Reform Act of 2013.
  • SB 482 (Hill): Point-of-sale systems.
  • SB 483 (Jackson): Hazardous materials: business and area plans.
  • SB 484 (Wyland): Tax preparers.
  • SB 485 (Calderon): Weighmasters: junk dealers and recyclers.
  • SB 486 (DeSaulnier): Department of Transportation: performance measurement benchmarks.
  • SB 487 (Calderon): Workers’ compensation insurance: Self-Insured Group Security Fund.
  • SB 488 (Hueso): Substandard housing: regulations.
  • SB 489 (Fuller): Water corporations: sewer system corporations: appointment of receiver.
  • SB 490 (Jackson): Early Assessment Program: common core academic content standards.
  • SB 491 (Hernandez): Nurse practitioners.
  • SB 492 (Hernandez): Optometrist: practice: licensure.
  • SB 493 (Hernandez): Pharmacy practice.
  • SB 494 (Monning): Health care providers.
  • SB 495 (Yee): Postsecondary education employees: physicians.
  • SB 496 (Wright): Improper governmental activity: disclosure: protection.
  • SB 497 (Walters): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: fees.
  • SB 498 (Lara): Solid waste: biomass conversion.
  • SB 499 (Wyland): Property taxation: assessment: affordable housing.
  • SB 500 (Lieu): Medical practice: pain management.
  • SB 501 (Corbett): Social networking Internet Web sites: privacy: minors.
  • SB 502 (Block): University of California: bidding requirements.
  • SB 503 (Galgiani): State employees: memorandum of understanding.
  • SB 504 (Berryhill): Fruit, nut, and vegetable standards: civil penalties.
  • SB 505 (Jackson): Education technology.
  • SB 506 (Hill): Ephedrine: retail sale.
  • SB 507 (Cannella): Arson: commercial livestock farms.
  • SB 508 (Hernandez): Medi-Cal: eligibility.
  • SB 509 (DeSaulnier and Emmerson): California Health Benefit Exchange: background checks.
  • SB 510 (Jackson): Land use: subdivisions: rental mobilehome park conversion.
  • SB 511 (Lieu): Trade promotion of California ports.
  • SB 512 (Wyland): Pupil assessment: high school exit examination: United States history and government.
  • SB 513 (Hancock): Diversion programs: sealed records.
  • SB 514 (Committee on Public Safety): Crimes.
  • SB 515 (Jackson): Deferred deposit transactions.
  • SB 516 (Steinberg): Foreign labor contractors: registration.
  • SB 517 (Wyland): Invigorating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (iSTEM) Teacher Preparation Grant Program.
  • SB 518 (Wyland): Pupil instruction: science and mathematics.
  • SB 519 (Emmerson): Special elections.
  • SB 520 (Steinberg): Student instruction: California Online Student Incentive Grant programs.
  • SB 521 (Wyland): Education: Instructional Quality Commission: course requirements: civics and American government education.
  • SB 522 (Hueso): Foster Family Home and Small Family Home Insurance Fund.
  • SB 523 (Correa): Public employment: merit system: waiver.
  • SB 524 (Lara and Steinberg): Pupil instruction: Pathways Curriculum Task Force.
  • SB 525 (Galgiani): California Environmental Quality Act: exemptions.
  • SB 526 (Calderon): Commissioner of Corporations: lending practices: unlicensed activity report.
  • SB 527 (Block): Workers’ compensation: public employees: leaves of absence.
  • SB 528 (Yee): Dependents: care and treatment: minor parents and nonminor dependent parents.
  • SB 529 (Leno): Recycling: fast food facilities.
  • SB 530 (Wright): Criminal offenders: rehabilitation.
  • SB 531 (Knight): School employees: discipline: suspension and dismissal.
  • SB 532 (De León): Professions and vocations: military spouses: temporary licenses.
  • SB 533 (Knight): Alcoholic beverages: beer labels.
  • SB 534 (Hernandez): Health and care facilities.
  • SB 535 (Nielsen): Commission on Emergency Medical Services.
  • SB 536 (Berryhill): Property-related services.
  • SB 537 (Committee on Banking and Financial Institutions): Business and finance.
  • SB 538 (Hill): The Corporate Securities Law of 1968.
  • SB 539 (Walters): Retirement benefit formulas: Orange County.
  • SB 540 (Wyland): Career technical education: recognition certificates.
  • SB 541 (Wyland): Real Estate Commissioner: Elder Financial Abuse Advisory Committee.
  • SB 542 (Wyland): English learners: reclassification.
  • SB 543 (Block): Petty theft: enhancements for prior convictions.
  • SB 544 (DeSaulnier): Violence prevention.
  • SB 545 (Anderson): Name change: minors.
  • SB 546 (Wright): Education employment: termination: hearing.
  • SB 547 (Block): Public postsecondary education: online courses.
  • SB 548 (Roth): Public utilities: renewables portfolio standard: publicly owned electric utility.
  • SB 549 (Galgiani): Vehicular air pollution: exemption: low-use vehicles.
  • SB 550 (Jackson): Accessible housing.
  • SB 551 (Gaines): Renewal and execution of judgments: judgment debtor.
  • SB 552 (Calderon): Pupil instruction: violence awareness.
  • SB 553 (Yee): Local government: assessment: elections procedures.
  • SB 554 (Anderson): Employment: overtime compensation.
  • SB 555 (Correa): Developmental services: regional centers: individual program plans and individualized family service plans.
  • SB 556 (Corbett): Agency: ostensible: nongovernmental entities.
  • SB 557 (Hill): High-speed rail.
  • SB 558 (Lieu): Reporters’ shield law.
  • SB 559 (Huff): Certificated employees: layoff notices.
  • SB 560 (Anderson): Disaster relief: sales and use tax: exemption: income taxes: gross income: exclusion.
  • SB 561 (Fuller): Pupil discipline: expelled pupils: mental health evaluation.
  • SB 562 (Galgiani): Dentists: mobile or portable dental units.
  • SB 563 (Galgiani): Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development: hospital construction.
  • SB 564 (Monning): Ski resorts: safety plans: accident reports.
  • SB 565 (Knight): Public school volunteers.
  • SB 566 (Leno): Industrial hemp.
  • SB 567 (Jackson): Firearms: shotguns.
  • SB 568 (Steinberg): Privacy: Internet: minors.
  • SB 569 (Lieu): Interrogation: electronic recordation.
  • SB 570 (DeSaulnier): Alcohol and other drug counselors.
  • SB 571 (Liu): Income taxes: voluntary contributions: Keep Arts in Schools Fund.
  • SB 572 (Price): In-Home Supportive Services Employer-Employee Relations Act: impasse procedures.
  • SB 573 (Lieu): Vehicles: emergency vehicles.
  • SB 574 (Nielsen): Underground storage tanks: corrective action.
  • SB 575 (Yee): Evidence: admissibility.
  • SB 576 (Block): Teacher credentialing: Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
  • SB 577 (Pavley): Autism and other developmental disabilities: employment.
  • SB 578 (Wyland): Marriage and family therapists: unprofessional conduct.
  • SB 579 (Berryhill): Developmental services: Commission on Oversight Efficiency and Quality Enhancement Models.
  • SB 580 (Leno): Crime victims: trauma recovery center grants.
  • SB 581 (Wyland): School bonds: bond accountability.
  • SB 582 (Knight): Tax information: administration.
  • SB 583 (Berryhill): Sport fishing: licenses.
  • SB 584 (Wyland): School facilities: financial and performance audits.
  • SB 585 (Correa and Steinberg): Mental health: Mental Health Services Fund.
  • SB 586 (Wyland): Hazardous waste.
  • SB 587 (Emmerson): School finance: categorical programs.
  • SB 588 (Emmerson): Medical records: reproduction fees.
  • SB 589 (Hill): Vote by mail ballots: sample ballots.
  • SB 590 (De León): School personnel: professional development for classified school employees.
  • SB 591 (Cannella): Renewable energy resources: local publicly owned electric utility: hydroelectric generation facility.
  • SB 592 (Lieu): Trade promotion of California ports.
  • SB 593 (Lieu): Social impact partnerships: pilot program.
  • SB 594 (Hill): Use of public resources.
  • SB 595 (Calderon): Postsecondary education: financial aid.
  • SB 596 (Yee): Pupil health: multitiered and integrated interventions pilot program.
  • SB 597 (Lara): Legal aid: court interpreters.
  • SB 598 (Hill): Biosimilars.
  • SB 599 (Evans): State parks.
  • SB 600 (Lieu): Vehicles: alternative fuel.
  • SB 601 (Yee): Gambling policy.
  • SB 602 (Committee on Human Services): Child abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment projects.
  • SB 603 (Leno): Landlord and tenant: security deposit.
  • SB 604 (Anderson): Vehicles: rules of the road.
  • SB 605 (Lara): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund and scoping plan.
  • SB 606 (De León): Harassment: child or ward.
  • SB 607 (Berryhill): Employment: working hours.
  • SB 608 (Wright): Adverse possession: public entity properties.
  • SB 609 (Wolk): Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman.
  • SB 610 (Jackson): Franchises.
  • SB 611 (Hill): Charter-party carriers of passengers: limousines: fire extinguishers.
  • SB 612 (Leno): Residential tenancy: victims of human trafficking and elder or dependent adult abuse.
  • SB 613 (DeSaulnier): Bay Area Toll Authority.
  • SB 614 (Wolk): Irrigation districts: directors.
  • SB 615 (Galgiani): Public works: prevailing wages.
  • SB 616 (Wright): Aeronautics Account: California Aid to Airports Program.
  • SB 617 (Evans): California Environmental Quality Act.
  • SB 618 (Leno): Wrongful convictions.
  • SB 619 (Yee): State employees: training: civics orientation.
  • SB 620 (Wright): Water replenishment districts.
  • SB 621 (Gaines): Vehicular air pollution: in-use, diesel-fueled vehicles.
  • SB 622 (Monning): Taxation: sweetened beverage tax: Children’s Health Promotion Fund.
  • SB 623 (Gaines): Food safety.
  • SB 624 (Steinberg): International commercial disputes: representation and assistance.
  • SB 625 (Beall): Child welfare: racial and ethnic disparities.
  • SB 626 (Beall): Workers’ compensation.
  • SB 627 (Lara): English learners: English language education.
  • SB 628 (Beall): Infrastructure financing: transit priority projects.
  • SB 629 (Beall): Tax equity allocation formula: County of Santa Clara.
  • SB 630 (Gaines and Pavley and Steinberg): California Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.
  • SB 631 (Beall): Health care: health facilities: observation and short-stay observation services.
  • SB 632 (Calderon): Gangs: youths.
  • SB 633 (Pavley): CEQA.
  • SB 634 (Price): School safety plans: safety drills.
  • SB 635 (Leno): Alcoholic beverages: hours of sale.
  • SB 636 (Hill): Public Utilities Commission: proceedings.
  • SB 637 (Yee): Early voting.
  • SB 638 (Lara): Election crimes: misrepresentation by candidates.
  • SB 639 (Hernandez): Health care coverage.
  • SB 640 (Lara): Medi-Cal: reimbursement: provider payments.
  • SB 641 (Anderson): Corporation taxes: minimum franchise tax: exemptions.
  • SB 642 (Berryhill): Public utilities: electrical services: charges.
  • SB 643 (Price): Pharmacists: identity.
  • SB 644 (Cannella): Firearms: felons in possession: serious felonies.
  • SB 645 (Nielsen): Diagnosis-related group methodology.
  • SB 646 (Nielsen): Medi-Cal: reimbursement: distinct part nursing facilities.
  • SB 647 (Wolk): County retirement.
  • SB 648 (Corbett): Electronic cigarettes: restriction of use and advertising.
  • SB 649 (Leno): Possession of controlled substances: penalties.
  • SB 650 (Lieu): Motion pictures.
  • SB 651 (Leno and Pavley): Developmental centers and state hospitals.
  • SB 652 (DeSaulnier): Real property disclosures: construction defect litigation.
  • SB 653 (Knight): Criminal procedure: pleas.
  • SB 654 (Leno and Padilla): Ballot measure petitions: recall petitions: translations.
  • SB 655 (Wright): Fair Employment and Housing Act: unlawful practices.
  • SB 656 (Wright): Electrical restructuring: natural gas restructuring: information practices.
  • SB 657 (Block): Teachers: evaluations.
  • SB 658 (Correa): Orange County Water District Act: investigation, cleanup, and liability.
  • SB 659 (Hancock): Environmental quality: archaeological resources: qualifications.
  • SB 660 (Hancock): Career technical education: funding.
  • SB 661 (Hill): False advertising.
  • SB 662 (Galgiani): Structural pest control operators: financial responsibility.
  • SB 663 (Lara): Crimes: persons with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
  • SB 664 (Yee): Mental health: Laura’s Law.
  • SB 665 (Wolk): Oil and gas: drilling: indemnity bonds: wells.
  • SB 666 (Steinberg): Employment: retaliation.
  • SB 667 (Roth): Retail sale of shelled eggs.
  • SB 668 (Fuller): Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
  • SB 669 (Huff): Emergency medical care: epinephrine auto-injectors.
  • SB 670 (Steinberg): Physicians and surgeons: drug prescribing privileges: investigation.
  • SB 671 (Monning): California Coastal Act of 1976: natural shoreline.
  • SB 672 (Leno): CalFresh: eligibility: guidelines.
  • SB 673 (DeSaulnier): County employees’ retirement: Contra Costa County.
  • SB 674 (Corbett): California Environmental Quality Act: exemption: residential infill projects.
  • SB 675 (Wolk): Animal welfare: standards.
  • SB 676 (Block): Real estate records: unlawful destruction.
  • SB 677 (Monning): Health care coverage: agencies: reports.
  • SB 678 (Correa): Internet gambling.
  • SB 679 (Berryhill): Licensees: reporting requirements.
  • SB 680 (Wolk): Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement: qualified escrow funds.
  • SB 681 (Hernandez): Community college districts: personal property.
  • SB 682 (Lara): California State University: student enrollment.
  • SB 683 (Block): Firearms: firearm safety certificate.
  • SB 684 (Hill): Advertising displays: redevelopment agency project areas.
  • SB 685 (Anderson): School bonds: capital appreciation bonds.
  • SB 686 (Jackson): Vehicles: vehicle dealers.
  • SB 687 (Anderson): Schools: volunteers: school facility maintenance or improvement.
  • SB 688 (Galgiani): Sales and use taxes: exemptions: animals: drugs and medicines.
  • SB 689 (Price): Barbering and cosmetology.
  • SB 690 (Price): Licenses.
  • SB 691 (Hancock): Nonvehicular air pollution control: penalties.
  • SB 692 (Hancock): Local government: community facilities districts.
  • SB 693 (Correa): Personal income tax: credits: qualified teachers.
  • SB 694 (Correa): Outdoor advertising: transit stations.
  • SB 695 (Wright): California Science Center: parking facilities.
  • SB 696 (Block): School accountability: Academic Performance Index: civics.
  • SB 697 (Evans): Department of Transportation: sale of excess state highway property.
  • SB 698 (Fuller): Adverse possession.
  • SB 699 (Hill): Public utilities: electrical and gas corporations.
  • SB 700 (Wolk): Natural resources: parks: carryout bags.
  • SB 701 (Emmerson): Hospital-affiliated outpatient settings.
  • SB 702 (Anderson): Application for entry of default judgment.
  • SB 703 (Hernandez): Medi-Cal.
  • SB 704 (Walters): Capitol Area Plan.
  • SB 705 (Block): Community colleges: appropriation.
  • SB 706 (Correa): County prisoners: Community Reintegration and Transitional Status.
  • SB 707 (Berryhill): Unlawful taking or possession of animals.
  • SB 708 (Nielsen): Imprisonment: sentences punishable in state prison.
  • SB 709 (Nielsen): Inmates: mental evaluations.
  • SB 710 (Nielsen): Parole.
  • SB 711 (Padilla): Public Utilities Commission: fees.
  • SB 712 (Lara): Hazardous waste facility: permitting: interim status.
  • SB 713 (Correa): Liability: good faith reliance on administrative ruling.
  • SB 714 (Block): Schools: average daily attendance: online instruction.
  • SB 715 (Lara): Renewable energy resources: municipal solid waste combustion.
  • SB 716 (Lara): Inmates: civil rights.
  • SB 717 (Correa and DeSaulnier): Search warrants: driving under the influence.
  • SB 718 (Yee): Hospitals: workplace violence prevention plan.
  • SB 719 (Correa): Department of Veterans Affairs: California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program reports.
  • SB 720 (Correa): Military service: benefits.
  • SB 721 (Padilla): Horse racing.
  • SB 722 (Correa): California Mexican American Veterans’ Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Fund: extension of operation.
  • SB 723 (Correa): Veterans.
  • SB 724 (Emmerson): Liability: charitable vision screenings.
  • SB 725 (Anderson): Veterans buildings and memorials: county and city property: veterans service organizations: nonprofit veteran service agencies: retrofit and remodel.
  • SB 726 (Lara): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: Western Climate Initiative, Incorporated.
  • SB 727 (Jackson): Medical waste: pharmaceutical product stewardship program.
  • SB 728 (Wolk): Long-term care facilities: health care decisions.
  • SB 729 (Fuller): Proposition 39: implementation.
  • SB 730 (Hancock): School districts: pupil attendance at community college.
  • SB 731 (Hill and Steinberg): Environment: California Environmental Quality Act.
  • SB 732 (Berryhill): Sales and use taxes: exclusion: trade-in passenger vehicle.
  • SB 733 (Block): State contracts: disabled veteran business enterprise statewide participation goals: business utilization plan value.
  • SB 734 (Walters): Common interest developments.
  • SB 735 (Wolk): Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Reform Act of 2009: multispecies conservation plans.
  • SB 736 (Wright): Electrical generation facility: upgrades: permit fees.
  • SB 737 (Huff): Appeals: representative actions.
  • SB 738 (Yee): Sexually exploited and trafficked minors.
  • SB 739 (Calderon): Environmental quality.
  • SB 740 (Padilla): Telecommunications: universal service programs: California Advanced Services Fund.
  • SB 741 (Cannella and Galgiani): California fairs: funding.
  • SB 742 (Nielsen): Defendants.
  • SB 743 (Steinberg): Environmental quality: transit oriented infill projects, judicial review streamlining for environmental leadership development projects, and entertainment and sports center in the City of Sacramento.
  • SB 744 (Lara): Pupils: involuntary transfer: county community schools and community day schools.
  • SB 745 (Committee on Transportation and Housing): Housing.
  • SB 746 (Leno): Health care coverage: premium rates.
  • SB 747 (DeSaulnier): Public health impact assessments.
  • SB 748 (Galgiani): Structural pest control operators.
  • SB 749 (Wolk): Habitat protection: endangered species.
  • SB 750 (Wolk): Building standards: water meters: multiunit structures.
  • SB 751 (Yee): Meetings: publication of action taken.
  • SB 752 (Roth): Commercial and industrial common interest developments.
  • SB 753 (Steinberg): Central Valley Flood Protection Board.
  • SB 754 (Evans): California Environmental Quality Act.
  • SB 755 (Wolk): Firearms: prohibited persons.
  • SB 756 (Galgiani): Voter registration.
  • SB 757 (Berryhill): Junk dealers and recyclers.
  • SB 758 (Block): General plans: City of Coronado.
  • SB 759 (Nielsen): Firearms: California State Military Museum and Resource Center.
  • SB 760 (Wright): California Renewables Portfolio Standard Program.
  • SB 761 (DeSaulnier): Personal income taxes: voluntary contributions: School Supplies for Homeless Children Fund.
  • SB 762 (Hill): Secondhand goods: lost, stolen, or embezzled items.
  • SB 763 (Fuller): State Water Resources Control Board: underground storage tanks.
  • SB 764 (Yee): Fish: accounting records: violation.
  • SB 765 (Block): Public employees: collective bargaining.
  • SB 766 (Yee): Ancillary day care centers.
  • SB 767 (Lieu): Department of Motor Vehicles: records: confidentiality.
  • SB 768 (De León): Cigarette and tobacco products taxes: California Tobacco Tax Act of 2014.
  • SB 769 (Block): Veterans: criminal defendants.
  • SB 770 (DeSaulnier and Jackson): Unemployment compensation: disability benefits: paid family leave.
  • SB 771 (Galgiani): Inmates: temporary removal.
  • SB 772 (Roth): Drinking water: County Water Company of Riverside water system: liability.
  • SB 773 (Hernandez): Workers’ compensation: lifeguards.
  • SB 774 (Walters): State employees: postemployment benefits.
  • SB 775 (Walters): State employees: postemployment benefits.
  • SB 776 (Corbett): Public works: prevailing wage rates: employer payment credits.
  • SB 777 (Hernandez): Horse racing: workers’ compensation.
  • SB 778 (Nielsen): Public employment: salary ranges.
  • SB 779 (Anderson): Capital punishment: appeals.
  • SB 780 (Jackson): Health care coverage.
  • SB 781 (Lara): Continuing care contracts.
  • SB 782 (DeSaulnier): Income taxes: voluntary contributions: California Sexual Violence Victim Services Fund.
  • SB 783 (De León): The California Clean Water, Safe Urban Parks, and Environmental Health Investment Act of 2014.
  • SB 784 (Fuller): Developmental services: individual program plan: planning process.
  • SB 785 (Wolk): Design-build.
  • SB 786 (Nielsen): Local government: agricultural land.
  • SB 787 (Berryhill): Environmental quality: the Sustainable Environmental Protection Act.
  • SB 788 (Committee on Transportation and Housing): Transportation.
  • SB 789 (Liu): Vehicles: special interest license plates: California Arts Council.
  • SB 790 (Price): Labor standards: enforcement.
  • SB 791 (Wyland): Motor vehicle fuel tax: rate adjustment.
  • SB 792 (DeSaulnier): Regional entities: San Francisco Bay Area.
  • SB 793 (Lara): Air pollution: oceangoing vessels.
  • SB 794 (Evans): Juries: criminal trials: peremptory challenges.
  • SB 795 (Lara): Department of Rehabilitation.
  • SB 796 (Nielsen): Medicine: physicians and surgeons.
  • SB 797 (Anderson): Income taxation: net operating losses: fraudulent investment arrangement losses.
  • SB 798 (De León): Income taxes: credits: contributions to education funds.
  • SB 799 (Calderon): Health care coverage: colorectal cancer: genetic testing and screening.
  • SB 800 (Lara): Health care coverage programs: transition.
  • SB 801 (Roth): Department of Finance: reports: crimes.
  • SB 802 (Evans and Wolk): Oil and gas: trade secrets.
  • SB 803 (DeSaulnier): Local government: counties: consolidation of offices.
  • SB 804 (Lara): Solid waste: energy.
  • SB 805 (De León): Water corporations: low-income rate relief programs.
  • SB 806 (Hueso): Department of Motor Vehicles: license plate alternatives pilot program.
  • SB 807 (Price): California State University: African American Political and Economic Institute.
  • SB 808 (De León): Firearms: identifying information.
  • SB 809 (DeSaulnier and Steinberg): Controlled substances: reporting.
  • SB 810 (Price): Franchise Tax Board: tax credit certificates for exporters and importers: income tax credit.
  • SB 811 (Lara): State Highway Route 710.
  • SB 812 (De León): Hazardous waste: facilities permitting.
  • SB 813 (Galgiani): Inmates: temporary removal.
  • SB 814 (Committee on Natural Resources and Water): Natural resources: administration.
  • SB 815 (Committee on Veterans Affairs): Veterans.
  • SB 816 (Committee on Health): Hospice facilities: developmental disabilities: intellectual disability.
  • SB 817 (Committee on Governmental Organization): California State Lottery: drawings.
  • SB 818 (Committee on Governmental Organization): Alcoholic beverages.
  • SB 819 (Committee on Governmental Organization): Horse racing: Breeders’ Cup World Championship series: payment of purses.
  • SB 820 (Committee on Governmental Organization): State government.
  • SB 821 (Committee on Business, Professions and Economic Development): Healing arts.
  • SB 822 (Committee on Business, Professions and Economic Development): Professions and vocations.
  • SB 823 (Committee on Business, Professions and Economic Development): Professions and vocations: licensure.
  • SB 824 (Committee on Governance and Finance): State Board of Equalization: administration.
  • SB 825 (Committee on Governance and Finance): Government finance.
  • SB 826 (Committee on Judiciary): Civil law: omnibus bill.
  • SB 827 (Liu): Local government: Los Angeles County: notice of recordation.
  • SB 828 (Anderson and Lieu): Privacy.
  • SB 829 (Galgiani): Local government: City of Escalon: sale of property.
  • SB 830 (Galgiani): Health care: health facility data.
  • SB 831 (Hill): Political Reform Act of 1974.
  • SB 832 (Gaines): State parks: Kings Beach State Recreation Area.
  • SB 833 (Liu): Jails: discharge of prisoners.
  • SB 834 (Huff): Environmental quality: the Sustainable Environmental Protection Act.
  • SB 835 (Hill): Food animals: medically important antimicrobial drugs.
  • SB 836 (Corbett): Brain research: funding program.
  • SB 837 (Beall and Block and De León and DeSaulnier and Hancock and Hill and Lara and Leno and Liu and Steinberg and Wolk): Schools: transitional kindergarten.
  • SB 838 (Beall): Juveniles.
  • SB 839 (Correa): The California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: state contracts.
  • SB 840 (Lara): Educational equity: local educational agency policies against bullying.
  • SB 841 (Cannella): University of California: medical education.
  • SB 842 (Knight): Highway signs: Veterans’ Home of California.
  • SB 843 (Correa): School employees: discipline: dismissal and suspension.
  • SB 844 (Pavley): Elections: ballot measure contributions.
  • SB 845 (Correa): Postsecondary education: electronic disbursement of student financial aid.
  • SB 846 (Galgiani): Crimes: Violent Crime Information Center.
  • SB 847 (Block): Crime victim compensation: financial elder or dependent adult abuse.
  • SB 848 (Wolk): Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality, and Water Supply Act of 2014.
  • SB 849 (Anderson): Consumers: Internet privacy.
  • SB 850 (Block): Public postsecondary education: community college districts: baccalaureate degree pilot program.
  • SB 851 (Leno): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 852 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 853 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 854 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 855 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 856 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 857 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 858 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 859 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 860 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 861 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 862 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 863 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 864 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 865 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 866 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 867 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 868 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 869 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 870 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 871 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 872 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 873 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 874 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 875 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 876 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 877 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 878 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 879 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 880 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 881 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 882 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 883 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 884 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 885 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 886 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 887 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 888 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 889 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 890 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 891 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review): Budget Act of 2014.
  • SB 892 (Hancock): State prisons.
  • SB 893 (Hill): Automated license plate recognition systems: use of data.
  • SB 894 (Corbett): Residential care facilities for the elderly: revocation of license.
  • SB 895 (Corbett): Residential care facilities for the elderly: unannounced visits.
  • SB 896 (Correa): Finance lenders: nonprofit organizations: zero interest loans: exemptions.
  • SB 897 (Steinberg): Educational programs: competitive grant programs and adult education.
  • SB 898 (Cannella): State government: state funds.
  • SB 899 (Mitchell): CalWORKs: eligibility.
  • SB 900 (Hill): Public Utilities.
  • SB 901 (Vidak): High-speed rail: funding.
  • SB 902 (Vidak): High-speed rail: eminent domain.
  • SB 903 (Vidak): High-speed rail: property tax revenues.
  • SB 904 (Vidak): High-speed rail: private property: owner consent.
  • SB 905 (Knight): Assault: force likely to produce great bodily injury.
  • SB 906 (Correa): Elective Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Offsite Program.
  • SB 907 (Monning): International commercial disputes: representation and assistance.
  • SB 908 (Gaines): Housing availability.
  • SB 909 (Pavley): Dependent children: health screenings.
  • SB 910 (Pavley): Domestic violence: restraining orders.
  • SB 911 (Block): Residential care facilities for the elderly.
  • SB 912 (Mitchell): State property: vending machines.
  • SB 913 (DeSaulnier): Vehicular air pollution: vehicle retirement.
  • SB 914 (Liu): Small claims court.
  • SB 915 (Hill and Yee): Standardized testing: cancellation or invalidation of test scores.
  • SB 916 (Correa): Lubricating oil: biosynthetic lubricants: procurement: sale.
  • SB 917 (Gaines): Health care coverage: provider information.
  • SB 918 (Gaines): Vehicle registration.
  • SB 919 (Wright): Employees: wage disputes.
  • SB 920 (Cannella and Galgiani): Planning and zoning: flood protection.
  • SB 921 (Wright): Local government: redevelopment: revenues from property tax override rates.
  • SB 922 (Knight): Sex offenses: disabled victims.
  • SB 923 (Pavley): Educational apprenticeships: Educational Apprenticeship Innovation Act.
  • SB 924 (Beall and Lara): Damages: childhood sexual abuse: statute of limitations.
  • SB 925 (Wright): Alameda Corridor Transportation Authority.
  • SB 926 (Beall and Lara): Crimes: statute of limitation: felony sex crimes.
  • SB 927 (Cannella and Vidak): Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2014.
  • SB 928 (Correa and Huff): International trade and investment office: Mexico.
  • SB 929 (Wright): Nonviolent felonies.
  • SB 930 (Berryhill): Arson.
  • SB 931 (Anderson): Initiative measures: circulating title and summary.
  • SB 932 (Anderson): General acute care hospitals: supplemental or special services.
  • SB 933 (Anderson): Disorderly conduct.
  • SB 934 (Anderson): Property.
  • SB 935 (Leno): Minimum wage: annual adjustment.
  • SB 936 (Monning): Monterey Peninsula Water Management District: financing orders and water rate relief bonds.
  • SB 937 (Galgiani): University of California Center for Pest Research.
  • SB 938 (Galgiani): Water rights: reconsideration of a decision or order.
  • SB 939 (Block): Criminal jurisdiction.
  • SB 940 (Jackson): California Conservatorship Jurisdiction Act.
  • SB 941 (DeSaulnier and Monning): Vessel operator cards.
  • SB 942 (Vidak): Special elections.
  • SB 943 (Beall): California State University: personal services contracting.
  • SB 944 (Torres): Surplus state property.
  • SB 945 (Morrell): Pupil assessment: California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress: history-social science.
  • SB 946 (Huff): Community facilities: consolidated sanitation district.
  • SB 947 (Berryhill): Electronic benefits transfer system.
  • SB 948 (Committee on Veterans Affairs): Active militia.
  • SB 949 (Jackson): Nutrition: Distinguished After School Health Recognition Program.
  • SB 950 (Torres): Bribery: statute of limitations: tolling.
  • SB 951 (Torres): Statute of limitations: conspiracy.
  • SB 952 (Torres): Prohibited financial interests: aiding and abetting.
  • SB 953 (Roth): Vehicles: parking: public grounds.
  • SB 954 (Gaines): California Tahoe Conservancy.
  • SB 955 (Lieu and Mitchell): Interception of electronic communications.
  • SB 956 (Gaines): Insurance policies.
  • SB 957 (Vidak): Imprisonment: state prison.
  • SB 958 (Gaines): California Environmental Quality Act.
  • SB 959 (Hernandez): Health care coverage.
  • SB 960 (Morrell): Pharmacy.
  • SB 961 (Berryhill): California Horse Racing Board.
  • SB 962 (Leno): Advanced mobile communications devices.
  • SB 963 (Torres): Elections: payment of expenses.
  • SB 964 (Hernandez): Health care service plans: timeliness standards: medical surveys.
  • SB 965 (Leno): Community colleges: funding: San Francisco Community College District.
  • SB 966 (Lieu): Drug Medi-Cal.
  • SB 967 (De León and Jackson): Student safety: sexual assault.
  • SB 968 (Hill): Public lands: Martin’s Beach property: access road.
  • SB 969 (DeSaulnier): Public works.
  • SB 970 (Yee): Juveniles: solitary confinement.
  • SB 971 (Huff): School finance: categorical programs.
  • SB 972 (Torres): California Health Benefit Exchange: board: membership.
  • SB 973 (Hernandez): Narcotic treatment programs.
  • SB 974 (Anderson): California Health Benefit Exchange: confidentiality of personal information.
  • SB 975 (Lieu): Service contracts: legal compliance.
  • SB 976 (Gaines): Public contracts: public works projects: notice.
  • SB 977 (Liu): Juveniles: dependency court.
  • SB 978 (DeSaulnier): Rape victims: local rape victim counseling centers: notice.
  • SB 979 (Beall): Local public employee organizations: differences: factfinding panel.
  • SB 980 (Lieu): Prisoners: DNA testing.
  • SB 981 (Huff): Regulations: review process.
  • SB 982 (Huff): Prostitution: minors: punishment.
  • SB 983 (Hernandez): Local sales taxes: card lock fuel: place of sale.
  • SB 984 (Walters): State Teachers’ Retirement System: Defined Benefit Program.
  • SB 985 (Pavley): Stormwater resource planning.
  • SB 986 (Hernandez): Medi-Cal: managed care: exemption from plan enrollment.
  • SB 987 (Monning): California Sea Otter Fund: Department of Fish and Wildlife: State Coastal Conservancy.
  • SB 988 (Jackson): Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency.
  • SB 989 (Galgiani): Veteran services: state agencies and departments.
  • SB 990 (Vidak): Transportation funds: disadvantaged small communities.
  • SB 991 (Jackson): Sex offenses: second degree rape.
  • SB 992 (Nielsen): Common interest developments: property use and maintenance.
  • SB 993 (Mitchell): Healing arts: dietitians.
  • SB 994 (Monning): Vehicles: vehicle information: privacy.
  • SB 995 (Knight): Military service: benefits.
  • SB 996 (Evans): Juveniles: dependent children: documents.
  • SB 997 (Morrell): Voluntary contributions: California Fund for Senior Citizens.
  • SB 998 (Knight): California Aerospace Innovation Hub Act of 2014.
  • SB 999 (Liu): CalFresh: student eligibility.
  • SB 1000 (Monning): Public health: sugar-sweetened beverages: safety warnings.
  • SB 1001 (Morrell): Actions for damages: felony offenses.
  • SB 1002 (De León): Medi-Cal: redetermination.
  • SB 1003 (Evans): Horse racing: out-of-state thoroughbred races.
  • SB 1004 (Hernandez): Health facilities: hospice care.
  • SB 1005 (Lara): Health care coverage: immigration status.
  • SB 1006 (Wyland): School curriculum: American history and government: high school graduation course requirements: high school exit examination.
  • SB 1007 (Wyland): Career technical education: expansion: local advisory committees.
  • SB 1008 (Wyland): Science education: science curriculum.
  • SB 1009 (Liu): Public records.
  • SB 1010 (Mitchell): Cocaine base: penalties.
  • SB 1011 (Monning): Nonprofit corporations: self-insurance.
  • SB 1012 (Wyland): Marriage and family therapists: trainees.
  • SB 1013 (Berryhill): Finance lenders.
  • SB 1014 (Jackson): Pharmaceutical waste: home generated.
  • SB 1015 (Galgiani): Inmates.
  • SB 1016 (Wyland): Pupil instruction: common core academic content standards and curriculum frameworks.
  • SB 1017 (Evans): Taxation: Oil Severance Tax Law.
  • SB 1018 (De León): Pest control: citrus disease prevention prevention.
  • SB 1019 (Leno): Upholstered furniture: flame retardant chemicals.
  • SB 1020 (Monning): Hazardous waste: photovoltaic panels: collection and recycling programs.
  • SB 1021 (Wolk): School districts: parcel taxes.
  • SB 1022 (Huff): Public postsecondary education: labor market outcome information.
  • SB 1023 (Liu): Community colleges: foster youth.
  • SB 1024 (Gaines): Community colleges: board of governors.
  • SB 1025 (Torres): Department of the California Highway Patrol: Department of Human Resources.
  • SB 1026 (Vidak): Common interest developments: assessment collection: notice.
  • SB 1027 (Hill): Booking photographs: commercial use.
  • SB 1028 (Jackson): Student financial aid: Cal Grant C awards.
  • SB 1029 (Hancock): CalWORKs and CalFresh eligibility.
  • SB 1030 (De León): Claims against the state: appropriation.
  • SB 1031 (De León): State claims.
  • SB 1032 (Torres): Personal income tax.
  • SB 1033 (Torres): Land use: local planning: housing elements.
  • SB 1034 (Monning): Health care coverage: waiting periods.
  • SB 1035 (Huff and Vidak): Personal income taxes: health savings accounts.
  • SB 1036 (Pavley): Urban water management plans.
  • SB 1037 (Hernandez): Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority: transactions and use tax.
  • SB 1038 (Leno): Juveniles: dismissal of petition.
  • SB 1039 (Hernandez): Pharmacies: furnishing drugs.
  • SB 1040 (Evans): Alcoholic beverages: wine labeling.
  • SB 1041 (Jackson): Business: filings.
  • SB 1042 (Calderon): Food facilities: toilet rooms: baby changing tables.
  • SB 1043 (Torres): Elections: in-lieu-filing fee and political party qualification petitions: penal provisions.
  • SB 1044 (Fuller): Valley fever.
  • SB 1045 (Beall): Medi-Cal Drug Treatment Program: group outpatient drug free services.
  • SB 1046 (Beall): Insurance: mental illness: developmental disabilities: coverage: penalties.
  • SB 1047 (Walters): Education finance: budgets: long-term obligations.
  • SB 1048 (Roth): Vehicles: weight limits.
  • SB 1049 (Pavley): Integrated regional water management plans.
  • SB 1050 (Monning): Notaries public: verification of identity: notice.
  • SB 1051 (Galgiani): Buyer’s Choice Act.
  • SB 1052 (Torres): California Health Benefit Exchange: annual report: qualified health plan formularies.
  • SB 1053 (Mitchell): Health care coverage: contraceptives.
  • SB 1054 (Steinberg): Mentally ill offender crime reduction grants.
  • SB 1055 (Liu): Public School Health Center Support Program.
  • SB 1056 (Fuller): County employees: retirement.
  • SB 1057 (Corbett): Pupil curriculum: history-social science content standards.
  • SB 1058 (Leno): Writ of habeas corpus.
  • SB 1059 (Wyland): Employment.
  • SB 1060 (Liu): School employees: professional growth.
  • SB 1061 (Block): Elections: voter registration.
  • SB 1062 (Block): Elections: vote by mail ballots.
  • SB 1063 (Block): Voter registration: juvenile detention facilities.
  • SB 1064 (Hill): Public Utilities Commission: railroads: natural gas pipelines: safety.
  • SB 1065 (Monning): Insurance: reports: electronic submission.
  • SB 1066 (Galgiani): Missing or unidentified persons.
  • SB 1067 (Beall): Schoolsites: selection: entry/exit access: acquisition and plans review.
  • SB 1068 (Beall): Community colleges: accreditation.
  • SB 1069 (Torres): Student Tuition Recovery Fund: claims.
  • SB 1070 (Huff): Charter schools: admissions: preferences.
  • SB 1071 (Beall): Bill of Rights for State Excluded Employees.
  • SB 1072 (Fuller): Real property: duty of care: recreational purposes: aviation activities.
  • SB 1073 (Wyland): Business licenses taxation.
  • SB 1074 (Knight): State government: state funds.
  • SB 1075 (Knight): Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: civil cost recovery.
  • SB 1076 (Walters): Retail sale of shelled eggs.
  • SB 1077 (DeSaulnier): Vehicles: vehicle-miles-traveled charges.
  • SB 1078 (Jackson): Electricity: Emissions of greenhouse gases.
  • SB 1079 (Vidak): Tobacco assets: sales.
  • SB 1080 (Fuller): Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2012.
  • SB 1081 (Hernandez): Federally qualified health centers.
  • SB 1082 (Huff): State Department of Education: parent resources Internet Web site.
  • SB 1083 (Pavley): Physician assistants: disability certifications.
  • SB 1084 (Walters): Human trafficking.
  • SB 1085 (Walters): Human trafficking.
  • SB 1086 (De León): The Safe Neighborhood Parks, Rivers, and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2014.
  • SB 1087 (Monning): Farm labor contractors.
  • SB 1088 (Yee): Juveniles: disposition.
  • SB 1089 (Mitchell): Medi-Cal: juvenile inmates.
  • SB 1090 (Fuller): Electricity: rates: default time-of-use pricing.
  • SB 1091 (Galgiani): Administrative procedures: California Regulatory Notice Register: proposed rulemaking activities.
  • SB 1092 (Calderon): Public Utilities Commission.
  • SB 1093 (Liu): Developmental services: regional centers: culturally and linguistically competent services.
  • SB 1094 (Lara): Health facilities: sale of assets: approval.
  • SB 1095 (Evans): State Highway Route 12.
  • SB 1096 (Jackson): California Coastal Commission: appointments.
  • SB 1097 (Nielsen): Corrections: Criminal Justice Reinvestment Assessment Grant Program of 2014.
  • SB 1098 (Torres): Commission on the Status of Women and Girls.
  • SB 1099 (Steinberg): Dependent children: sibling visitation.
  • SB 1100 (Hernandez): Continuity of care.
  • SB 1101 (Padilla): Political Reform Act of 1974.
  • SB 1102 (Padilla): Political Reform Act of 1974: contributions.
  • SB 1103 (Padilla): Political Reform Act of 1974: candidacy for elective state office.
  • SB 1104 (Padilla): Political Reform Act of 1974: campaign communication disclosure.
  • SB 1105 (Liu): Voter registration: Cal Grant Program application.
  • SB 1106 (Berryhill): Agricultural labor relations: certified labor organizations: reports.
  • SB 1107 (Monning): Pupil attendance: Attorney General report: truancy.
  • SB 1108 (Padilla): English learners: reclassification.
  • SB 1109 (Hueso): State contracts: integrated employment: persons with disabilities.
  • SB 1110 (Jackson): Arraignment: military and veteran status: forms.
  • SB 1111 (Lara): Pupils: involuntary transfer: county community schools and community day schools.
  • SB 1112 (Hueso): Fire protection: school inspection: fire alarm systems.
  • SB 1113 (Knight): Property taxation: disabled veterans’ exemption: refunds: statute of limitations.
  • SB 1114 (Walters): Postretirement health care benefits.
  • SB 1115 (Hueso): Renewable energy resources.
  • SB 1116 (Torres): Physicians and surgeons.
  • SB 1117 (Monning): Pesticide Contamination Prevention Act.
  • SB 1118 (Calderon): Milton Marks “Little Hoover” Commission on California State Government Organization and Economy.
  • SB 1119 (Leno): California Travel and Tourism Commission.
  • SB 1120 (Galgiani): Local water supply programs or projects: funding.
  • SB 1121 (De León): The California Green Bank.
  • SB 1122 (Pavley): Sustainable communities: Strategic Growth Council.
  • SB 1123 (Liu): Child care and development services.
  • SB 1124 (Hernandez): Medi-Cal: estate recovery.
  • SB 1125 (Lara and Pavley): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: emissions reduction.
  • SB 1126 (Knight): Space flight liability.
  • SB 1127 (Pavley and Torres): Emergency services: individuals with developmental disabilities and cognitive impairments.
  • SB 1128 (Steinberg): Investment in Mental Health Wellness Act of 2013.
  • SB 1129 (Steinberg): Redevelopment: successor agencies to redevelopment agencies.
  • SB 1130 (Roth): Drinking water: County Water Company of Riverside water system: liability.
  • SB 1131 (Walters): Income taxes: withholding: limited liability company.
  • SB 1132 (Leno and Mitchell): Oil and gas: well stimulation treatments.
  • SB 1133 (Anderson): Juries: peace officer exemption.
  • SB 1134 (Knight): Vehicles: public transit buses: illuminated signs.
  • SB 1135 (Jackson): Inmates: sterilization.
  • SB 1136 (Huff and Mitchell): Foster care providers: criminal records.
  • SB 1137 (Torres): School transportation: apportionments.