• AB 1 (Brown): Drought: local governments: fines.
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  • AB 2 (Alejo and Eduardo Garcia): Community revitalization authority.
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  • AB 3 (Williams): Isla Vista Community Services District.
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  • AB 4 (Linder): Vehicle weight fees: transportation bond debt service.
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  • AB 5 (Nazarian): Foster youth: transition from high school to postsecondary education.
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  • AB 6 (Wilk): Bonds: transportation: school facilities.
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  • AB 7 (Bonta): Public schools: Larry Itliong Day.
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  • AB 8 (Gatto): Emergency services: hit-and-run incidents.
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  • AB 9 (Gatto): Gambling: Internet poker: unlawful gambling activity.
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  • AB 10 (Gatto): Political Reform Act of 1974: economic interest disclosures.
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  • AB 11 (Gonzalez): Employment: paid sick days: in-home supportive services.
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  • AB 12 (Cooley): State government: administrative regulations: review.
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  • AB 13 (Ch√°vez): Public postsecondary education: community colleges: exemptions from nonresident tuition.
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  • AB 14 (Waldron): Unmanned aircraft: identification requirements.
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  • AB 15 (Holden): Limitation of actions: human rights abuses.
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  • AB 16 (Waldron): Income taxes: credit: video games.
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  • AB 17 (Bonilla): Personal income taxes: credit: qualified tuition program.
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  • AB 18 (Dodd): Disaster relief: South Napa Earthquake.
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  • AB 19 (Chang): Governor‚??s Office of Business and Economic Development: small business: regulations.
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  • AB 20 (Alejo): Undocumented workers: California Agricultural Act.
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  • AB 21 (Bonta and Cooley and Jones-Sawyer and Lackey and Wood): Medical marijuana: cultivation licenses.
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  • AB 22 (Rodriguez): Office of Emergency Services: oil-by-rail spills: firefighters.
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  • AB 23 (Patterson): California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: market-based compliance mechanisms: exemption.
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  • AB 24 (Nazarian): Transportation network companies: public safety requirements.
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  • AB 25 (Gipson): Financial aid: Cal Grant program: renewal.
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  • AB 26 (Jones-Sawyer): Medical cannabis.
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  • AB 27 (Ch√°vez): Public postsecondary education: exemption from nonresident tuition.
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  • AB 28 (Chu): Bicycle safety: rear lights.
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  • AB 29 (Campos): Prisoners: credits reducing period of confinement: rape of an unconscious person.
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  • AB 30 (Alejo): School or athletic team names: California Racial Mascots Act.
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  • AB 31 (Cristina Garcia): Members of the Legislature and Congress: domicile: voting fraud.
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  • AB 32 (Waldron): Computer crimes.
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  • AB 33 (Quirk): Electrical corporations: energy storage systems: long duration bulk energy storage resources.
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  • AB 34 (Bonta and Cooley and Jones-Sawyer): Medical cannabis.
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  • AB 35 (Atkins and Chiu): Income taxes: credits: low-income housing: allocation increase.
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  • AB 36 (Campos): Local government: federal surplus property.
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  • AB 37 (Campos): Libraries: 3D printers.
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  • AB 38 (Eggman): Mental health: Early Diagnosis and Preventive Treatment Program.
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  • AB 39 (Medina): Search warrants: electronic submission.
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  • AB 40 (Levine and Ting): Toll bridges: pedestrians and bicycles.
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  • AB 41 (Chau): Health care coverage: discrimination.
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  • AB 42 (Kim): Public postsecondary education: funding and mandatory fees.
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  • AB 43 (Eggman and Levine and Mark Stone and McCarty and Thurmond): Personal income taxes: credit: earned income.
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  • AB 44 (Mullin): Elections: statewide recounts.
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  • AB 45 (Mullin): Household hazardous waste.
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  • AB 46 (Lackey): Controlled substances.
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  • AB 47 (McCarty): State preschool program.
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  • AB 48 (Mark Stone): Cigarettes: single-use filters.
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  • AB 49 (Mullin): Livestock drugs: antibiotics.
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  • AB 50 (Mullin): Medi-Cal: evidence-based home visiting programs.
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  • AB 51 (Lackey and Quirk): Vehicles: motorcycles: lane splitting.
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  • AB 52 (Gray): Public accommodations: construction-related accessibility claims.
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  • AB 53 (Cristina Garcia): Vehicles: child safety seats.
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  • AB 54 (Olsen): Disability access: construction-related accessibility claims: demand letters.
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  • AB 55 (Nazarian): Arts Council: grants.
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  • AB 56 (Quirk): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 57 (Quirk): Telecommunications: wireless telecommunication facilities.
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  • AB 58 (Rodriguez): School safety plans.
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  • AB 59 (Waldron): Mental health services: assisted outpatient treatment.
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  • AB 60 (Gonzalez): Immigration services.
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  • AB 63 (Bonilla): School safety programs: funding.
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  • AB 64 (Ch√°vez): State employees: reinstatement after military service.
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  • AB 65 (Alejo and Holden): Local law enforcement: body-worn cameras: grant program.
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  • AB 66 (Weber): Peace officers: body-worn cameras.
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  • AB 67 (Gonzalez): Double Pay on the Holiday Act of 2016.
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  • AB 68 (Waldron): Medi-Cal.
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  • AB 69 (Rodriguez): Peace officers: body-worn cameras.
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  • AB 72 (Bonilla and Bonta and Dahle and Gonzalez and Maienschein and Santiago and Wood): Health care coverage: out-of-network coverage.
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  • AB 73 (Gipson and Waldron): Real property: disclosure.
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  • AB 74 (Calderon): Child care facilities: regulatory visits.
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  • AB 75 (Mathis): Veterans.
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  • AB 76 (Mathis): Tribal gaming: regulatory costs.
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  • AB 77 (Mathis): Milk and Milk Products Act of 1947.
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  • AB 78 (Mathis): Groundwater basins.
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  • AB 79 (Mathis): State highway routes: route numbers.
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  • AB 80 (Alejo and Bonta and Campos and Jones-Sawyer and Williams): Interagency Task Force on the Status of Boys and Men of Color.
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  • AB 81 (Wood): Hospitals: seismic safety.
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  • AB 82 (Cristina Garcia): Vehicles: driver‚??s license: selective service.
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  • AB 83 (Gatto): Personal data.
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  • AB 84 (Gatto): Forensic testing: DNA samples.
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  • AB 85 (Wilk): Open meetings.
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  • AB 86 (McCarty): Peace officers: Department of Justice: independent investigation.
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  • AB 87 (Mark Stone): Jurors: peremptory challenge.
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  • AB 88 (Gomez): Sales and use taxes: exemption: energy or water efficient home appliances.
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  • AB 89 (Travis Allen): Sales and use taxes: exemptions: public schools.
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  • AB 90 (Atkins and Chau): Federal Housing Trust Fund.
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  • AB 91 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014.
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  • AB 92 (Committee on Budget): Water.
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  • AB 93 (Weber): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 94 (Committee on Budget): Health.
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  • AB 96 (Atkins): Animal parts and products: importation or sale of ivory and rhinoceros horn.
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  • AB 97 (Weber): In-home supportive services: provider wages.
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  • AB 98 (Travis Allen): Corporation Tax Law.
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  • AB 99 (Perea): Personal income taxes: income exclusion: mortgage debt forgiveness.
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  • AB 100 (Alejo): Pupil instruction: ethnic studies.
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  • AB 101 (Alejo and Bonta and Jones-Sawyer): Pupil instruction: ethnic studies.
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  • AB 102 (Rodriguez): Railroad and surface transportation safety and emergency planning and response: hazardous materials.
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  • AB 103 (Weber): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 104 (Committee on Budget): Education finance: education omnibus trailer bill.
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  • AB 105 (Committee on Budget): Education finance: local control funding formula.
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  • AB 106 (Committee on Budget): Human services.
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  • AB 107 (Committee on Budget): Personal income taxes: earned income credit.
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  • AB 108 (Committee on Budget): Postsecondary education: budget.
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  • AB 109 (Committee on Budget): Developmental Services.
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  • AB 114 (Committee on Budget): Public works: building construction.
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  • AB 116 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2014: augmentation.
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  • AB 117 (Committee on Budget): Public resources.
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  • AB 118 (Santiago): Hazardous substances: cleanup: Exide Technologies facility.
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  • AB 119 (Committee on Budget): Public health: Medi-Cal: nursing facilities.
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  • AB 120 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 121 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 123 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 125 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 128 (Committee on Budget): Education finance.
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  • AB 130 (Committee on Budget): California State University: fees: investments.
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  • AB 131 (Committee on Budget): State public employment.
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  • AB 132 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 133 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 134 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 135 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 136 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 137 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 138 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015.
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  • AB 139 (Gatto): Nonprobate transfers: revocable transfer upon death deeds.
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  • AB 140 (Travis Allen): Distributed generation.
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  • AB 141 (Bonilla): Teacher credentialing: beginning teacher induction programs.
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  • AB 142 (Bigelow): Wild and scenic rivers: Mokelumne River.
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  • AB 143 (Wood): Food facilities.
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  • AB 144 (Mathis): Dumping.
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  • AB 145 (Gomez): Public benefits reports.
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  • AB 146 (Cristina Garcia): Pupil instruction: social sciences: deportations to Mexico.
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  • AB 147 (Dababneh): Postsecondary education: animal research.
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  • AB 148 (Holden): School facilities: K‚??14 School Investment Bond Act of 2016.
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  • AB 149 (Ch√°vez): Urban water management plans.
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  • AB 150 (Gray and Melendez): Theft: firearms.
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  • AB 151 (Rodriguez): Income taxes: credits: apprenticeships.
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  • AB 152 (Bigelow): Water rights: appropriation.
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  • AB 153 (Bigelow): Integrated regional water management planning.
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  • AB 154 (Ting): Taxation: federal conformity.
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  • AB 155 (Dababneh): Sales tax: exemption: food products: vending machines.
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  • AB 156 (McCarty): Ammunition.
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  • AB 157 (Levine): Richmond-San Rafael Bridge.
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  • AB 158 (Atkins and McCarty and O‚??Donnell): School finance: The John B. Mockler School Finance Act.
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  • AB 159 (Calderon): Investigational drugs, biological products, and devices.
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  • AB 160 (Dababneh): Criminal profiteering: counterfeit labels: sales and use taxes.
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  • AB 161 (Chau): Athletic trainers.
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  • AB 162 (Rodriguez): State highways: wrong-way driving.
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  • AB 163 (Williams): Teaching credential: American Indian language-culture credential.
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  • AB 164 (Gomez): Claims against the state: payment.
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  • AB 165 (Gomez): State claims.
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  • AB 166 (Beth Gaines): Department of General Services.
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  • AB 167 (Jones-Sawyer): Gambling: Internet poker: unlawful gambling activity.
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  • AB 168 (Maienschein): Mental health: community-based services.
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  • AB 169 (Maienschein): Local government: public records: Internet.
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  • AB 170 (Gatto): Newborn screening: genetic diseases: blood samples collected.
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  • AB 171 (Irwin): Department of Veterans Affairs: veterans‚?? services.
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  • AB 172 (Rodriguez): Emergency departments: assaults and batteries.
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  • AB 173 (Holden): Golf carts: City of La Verne.
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  • AB 174 (Gray): University of California: medical education.
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  • AB 175 (Mathis): Electricity.
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  • AB 176 (Bonta): Data collection.
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  • AB 177 (Bonilla): Professions and vocations: licensing boards.
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  • AB 178 (Bonilla): Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians of the State of California: executive officer.
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  • AB 179 (Bonilla): Healing arts.
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  • AB 180 (Bonilla): Cemetery and Funeral Bureau.
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  • AB 181 (Bonilla): Business and professions.
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  • AB 182 (Alejo and Bonta and Roger Hern√°ndez): California Voting Rights Act of 2001.
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  • AB 183 (Waldron): Financial institutions: preauthorized electronic fund transfers.
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  • AB 184 (Eduardo Garcia): Small Business Technical Assistance Act of 2015.
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  • AB 185 (Eduardo Garcia and Medina): Income taxation: insurance taxation: credits: California New Markets Tax Credit.
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  • AB 186 (Rendon): State employees: memorandum of understanding.
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  • AB 187 (Bonta): Medi-Cal: managed care: California Children‚??s Services program.
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  • AB 188 (Cristina Garcia): Child care: alternative payment providers: reimbursement rates: eligibility requirements.
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  • AB 189 (Bloom): Arts Council: cultural districts.
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  • AB 190 (Harper): Solid waste: single-use carryout bags.
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  • AB 191 (Harper): Solid waste: single-use carryout bags.
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  • AB 192 (Travis Allen): Specialized license plates.
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  • AB 193 (Maienschein): Mental health: conservatorship hearings.
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  • AB 194 (Frazier): High-occupancy toll lanes.
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  • AB 195 (Chau): Unauthorized access to computer systems.
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  • AB 196 (Waldron): Alcoholic beverage control.
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  • AB 197 (Eduardo Garcia): State Air Resources Board: greenhouse gases: regulations.
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  • AB 198 (Frazier): Vehicles: tow truck assistance.
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  • AB 199 (Eggman): Alternative energy: recycled feedstock.
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  • AB 200 (Alejo and Jones-Sawyer): Student financial aid: Competitive Cal Grant A and B awards.
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  • AB 201 (Brough and Gipson and Steinorth): Registered sex offenders: local ordinances.
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  • AB 202 (Gonzalez): Professional sports teams: cheerleaders: employee status.
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  • AB 203 (Obernolte): State responsibility areas: fire prevention fees.
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  • AB 204 (O‚??Donnell): Redevelopment: County of Los Angeles.
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  • AB 205 (Wood): Residential property: possession by declaration.
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  • AB 206 (Mark Stone and Medina): Student financial aid: California DREAM Work-Study Program.
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  • AB 207 (Grove): Virtual or online charter schools: average daily attendance.
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  • AB 208 (Bigelow): Vehicles: highway: lane use.
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  • AB 209 (Bigelow and Brough and Melendez and Patterson): Tax deductions: 529 college savings plans.
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  • AB 210 (Gatto): High-occupancy vehicle lanes: County of Los Angeles.
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  • AB 211 (Gomez): In-home supportive services.
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  • AB 212 (Achadjian): State highways.
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  • AB 213 (Ridley-Thomas): Energy efficiency: light emitting diode (LED) lighting products.
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  • AB 214 (Beth Gaines): County charges: victims of crime.
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  • AB 215 (Alejo): Local agency employment contracts: maximum cash settlement.
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  • AB 216 (Cristina Garcia): Product sales to minors: vapor products.
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  • AB 217 (Maienschein): Juvenile law: hearings.
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  • AB 218 (Melendez): State Highway Route 74.
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  • AB 219 (Daly): Public works: concrete delivery.
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  • AB 220 (Holden): Pupil instruction: mathematics: algebra.
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  • AB 221 (Dababneh): Mobile application: driver‚??s licenses and identification cards.
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  • AB 222 (Achadjian): Vehicle records: confidential home address.
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  • AB 223 (Dahle): Highways: exit information signs.
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  • AB 224 (Jones-Sawyer): Pupils: educational liaison for foster children: notice of educational rights of foster children.
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  • AB 225 (Melendez): Gun violence restraining orders: offenses.
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  • AB 226 (Atkins): Retail food safety: fishermen‚??s markets.
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  • AB 227 (Alejo): Household hazardous waste: transportation manifest.
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  • AB 228 (Waldron): State Water Resources Development System: reporting requirement.
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  • AB 229 (Chang): State employees: travel reimbursement.
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  • AB 230 (Waldron): Gambling.
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  • AB 231 (Eggman): Parole: placement at release.
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  • AB 232 (Obernolte): Hospitals: seismic safety.
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  • AB 233 (Lopez): Child care and development services: alternative payment programs: reimbursement rates.
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  • AB 234 (Gordon): Food: sale.
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  • AB 235 (Frazier): Driver‚??s licenses: provisional licenses.
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  • AB 236 (Lackey): Weighmasters: exemptions: pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers.
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  • AB 237 (Daly): Local governments: parcel taxes: notice.
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  • AB 238 (Mark Stone): Telecommunications: California Advanced Services Fund.
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  • AB 239 (Gallagher): Greenhouse gases: regulations.
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  • AB 240 (Wilk): Department of Parks and Recreation: free day use entry.
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  • AB 241 (Gordon): Bankruptcy: retired employees: disclosure of names and mailing addresses.
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  • AB 242 (Salas): Hate crimes: peace officers.
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  • AB 243 (Wood): Medical marijuana.
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  • AB 244 (Eggman): Mortgages and deeds of trust: successors in interest.
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  • AB 245 (Lackey): Elections: penal provisions.
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  • AB 246 (Roger Hern√°ndez and Salas): Hate crimes: peace officers.
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  • AB 247 (Waldron): Animal control officers.
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  • AB 248 (Roger Hern√°ndez): Health insurance: minimum value: large group market policies.
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  • AB 249 (Obernolte): Criminal courts: appeals: fees.
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  • AB 250 (Obernolte): Telehealth: marriage and family therapist interns and trainees.
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  • AB 251 (Levine): Public works: public subsidies.
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  • AB 252 (Holden): Advanced placement program: Advanced Placement STEM Access Grant Program.
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  • AB 253 (Roger Hern√°ndez): Mental health.
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  • AB 254 (Calderon and Roger Hern√°ndez): Election dates.
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  • AB 255 (Irwin): Veterans: Internal Audits for Veterans Affairs.
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  • AB 256 (Jones-Sawyer): Falsifying evidence.
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  • AB 257 (Achadjian): Banking.
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  • AB 258 (Levine): Organ transplants: medical marijuana: qualified patients.
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  • AB 259 (Dababneh): Personal information: privacy.
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  • AB 260 (Lopez): Foster care: parenting youth.
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  • AB 261 (Travis Allen): Drug paraphernalia retailers.
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  • AB 262 (Lackey): Sex offenders.
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  • AB 263 (Patterson): Hazardous waste: regulations.
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  • AB 264 (Dahle): Farm products: processors: produce dealers: seeds.
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  • AB 265 (Holden): Consumer protection: buy-here-pay-here dealers.
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  • AB 266 (Bonta and Cooley and Jones-Sawyer and Lackey and Wood): Medical marijuana.
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  • AB 267 (Jones-Sawyer): Criminal procedure: disclosure: felony conviction consequences.
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  • AB 268 (Dababneh): California Finance Lenders Law: unsecured consumer loans: terms and conditions: violations.
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  • AB 269 (Waldron): Basic property insurance: California FAIR Plan.
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  • AB 270 (Nazarian): Specialized license plates: diabetes awareness.
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  • AB 271 (Obernolte): Child care: alternative payment programs and contractors: electronic records: digital signatures.
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  • AB 272 (Lackey): California Fair Employment and Housing Act: reserve peace officers.
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  • AB 273 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Hazardous waste and substances: corrective action: liability.
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  • AB 274 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Oversight costs: uncollectible accounts.
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  • AB 275 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Hazardous substances: liability recovery actions.
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  • AB 276 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): Department of Toxic Substances Control: response actions: cleanup ability information.
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  • AB 277 (Roger Hern√°ndez): California Voting Rights Act of 2001.
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  • AB 278 (Roger Hern√°ndez): Municipal elections.
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  • AB 279 (Dodd): Tax administration: disclosure of information: Franchise Tax Board and cities and counties.
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  • AB 280 (Brown): Small claims court: jurisdiction.
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  • AB 281 (Gallagher): Collateral recovery.
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  • AB 282 (Eggman): Accessible window covering cords.
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  • AB 283 (Dababneh): Financial affairs.
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  • AB 284 (Brough): City of San Juan Capistrano: public employee pension benefits.
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  • AB 285 (Gallagher): Professions and vocations: registration.
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  • AB 286 (Achadjian): Developmental services: supported living services.
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  • AB 287 (Eggman and Gordon and Mark Stone): Vehicle safety: recalls.
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  • AB 288 (Holden and Olsen): Public schools: College and Career Access Pathways partnerships.
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  • AB 289 (Melendez): Legislature: Legislative Employee Whistleblower Protection Act.
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  • AB 290 (Bigelow): Game mammals: wild pig depredation.
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  • AB 291 (Atkins and Gonzalez): Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
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  • AB 292 (Santiago): Pupil nutrition: free or reduced-price meals: adequate time to eat.
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  • AB 293 (Levine): Prisons: inmate threats.
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  • AB 294 (Lackey and Steinorth): Health and human services: state plans: federal waivers: public notice.
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  • AB 295 (Gipson): Public employment: employee organizations.
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  • AB 296 (Dodd): Weights and measures: inspection: fees.
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  • AB 297 (Lackey): Child custody: preferences of child.
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  • AB 298 (Gonzalez): Fish and wildlife: violations.
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  • AB 299 (Brown): Public health: drownings.
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  • AB 300 (Alejo): Safe Water and Wildlife Protection Act of 2016.
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  • AB 301 (Bigelow): State responsibility areas: fire prevention fees.
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  • AB 302 (Cristina Garcia): Pupil services: lactation accommodations.
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  • AB 303 (Gonzalez): Searches: county jails.
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  • AB 304 (Gonzalez): Sick leave: accrual and limitations.
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  • AB 305 (Gonzalez): Workers‚?? compensation: permanent disability apportionment.
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  • AB 306 (Hadley): Public schools: attendance alternatives: children of military personnel.
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  • AB 307 (Mathis): Graywater: groundwater recharge.
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  • AB 855 (Beth Gaines): Insurance: liability provisions.
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  • AB 857 (Cooper): Firearms: identifying information.
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  • AB 858 (Wood): Medi-Cal: federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics.
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  • AB 859 (Medina): Medi-Cal: obesity treatment plans.
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  • AB 862 (Committee on Agriculture): Agriculture.
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  • AB 863 (Dodd): Modified limousines: passenger safety.
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  • AB 865 (Alejo): State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission: contracts, grants, and loans: diversity.
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  • AB 866 (Eduardo Garcia): Alcoholic beverages: advertising: San Diego: Inglewood.
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  • AB 867 (Wagner): Tax administration: refunds: property tax: state assessment: actions.
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  • AB 868 (Obernolte): Public Employees‚?? Retirement System: contracting agencies: transfer of membership.
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  • AB 869 (Cooper): Public transportation agencies: fare evasion and prohibited conduct.
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  • AB 870 (Cooley): State government: administrative regulations: review.
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  • AB 873 (Jones): Automotive repair.
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  • AB 874 (Santiago): Collective bargaining: Judicial Council.
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  • AB 875 (Harper): Low-speed electric bicycles.
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  • AB 876 (McCarty): Compostable organics.
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  • AB 877 (Chu): Transportation.
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  • AB 879 (Burke): Juveniles: court proceedings: notice.
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  • AB 880 (Ridley-Thomas): Dentistry: licensure: exemption.
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  • AB 881 (Cristina Garcia): Pupils: grounds for suspension and expulsion: bullying.
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  • AB 884 (Gordon): Legislature: legislative information: public use.
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  • AB 889 (Chang): Concurrent enrollment in secondary school and community college.
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  • AB 890 (Ridley-Thomas): Anesthesiologist assistants.
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  • AB 891 (Campos): Pupil services: transportation.
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  • AB 892 (Achadjian): Unsafe handguns: peace officer‚??s state-issued handguns: transfer to spouse.
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  • AB 893 (Mark Stone): Beer: labels.
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  • AB 894 (Patterson): Personal income taxes: credit: education expenses.
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  • AB 895 (Rendon): Utility rate refunds: energy crisis litigation: Public Utilities Commission: judicial review.
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  • AB 896 (Wagner): Counties: search or rescue: costs.
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  • AB 897 (Gonzalez): Grocery workers.
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  • AB 902 (Bloom and Chiu): Traffic violations: diversion programs.
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  • AB 903 (Cristina Garcia): Gambling Control Act.
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  • AB 905 (Beth Gaines): Time-shares: public report: real property inspection.
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  • AB 906 (Cooper): Sacramento Regional Transit District.
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  • AB 909 (Quirk): Sexual assault crimes.
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  • AB 910 (Harper): Political Reform Act of 1974: local enforcement.
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  • AB 911 (Brough): Hospitals: closures.
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  • AB 912 (Wilk): Local educational agencies: school bonds: notices.
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  • AB 914 (Brown): Toll facilities: County of San Bernardino.
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  • AB 916 (O'Donnell): Career technical education: student organizations: funding.
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  • AB 917 (Brown): Department of Motor Vehicles: automobile registration service.
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  • AB 1176 (Cooper and Gray and Melendez): Theft: firearms.
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  • AB 1189 (Bigelow): Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control: special on-sale general license: for-profit theater.
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  • AB 1195 (Ridley-Thomas): California Debt Limit Allocation Committee: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
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  • AB 1196 (Eduardo Garcia): Commission for Economic Development.
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  • AB 1199 (Nazarian): Income taxes: credits: motion pictures.
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  • AB 1200 (Gordon): Political Reform Act of 1974: lobbying: procurement contracts.
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  • AB 1202 (Mayes): Fire prevention fee: fee reduction.
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  • AB 1206 (Chu): School accountability: local control and accountability plans: California Collaborative for Educational Excellence.
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  • AB 1207 (Lopez): Mandated child abuse reporting: child day care personnel: training.
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  • AB 1208 (Frazier): Specialty contractors: automatic fire extinguisher systems: license exemption.
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  • AB 1209 (Brough): Corporation taxes.
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  • AB 1419 (Eggman): Hazardous waste: cathode ray tube glass.
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  • AB 1420 (Salas): Oil and gas: pipelines.
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  • AB 1421 (Linder): Gambling Control Act.
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  • AB 1425 (Travis Allen): Small employers: health reimbursement arrangements.
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  • AB 1426 (Cooper): After school programs.
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  • AB 1427 (Lackey): Fish and Game Commission: hearings.
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  • AB 1428 (Gray): California State Lottery: education finance.
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  • AB 1429 (Chiu): Earthquake loss mitigation: grant programs.
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  • AB 1430 (Cooper): California family owned businesses.
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  • AB 1431 (Gomez): Local Agency Public Construction Act: job order contracting.
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  • AB 1432 (Bonta): Monterey Bay and the Bays of San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun: pilotage rates: technology surcharge.
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  • AB 1433 (Gray): Higher education facilities: Recommitment to Higher Education Bond Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1434 (McCarty): Health insurance: prohibition on health insurance sales: health care service plans.
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  • AB 1435 (Alejo): Hazardous waste: toxics: packaging.
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  • AB 1436 (Burke): In-home supportive services: authorized representative.
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  • AB 1437 (Gray): Gambling: Internet Fantasy Sports Game Protection Act.
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  • AB 1438 (Perea): Involuntary conversions.
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  • AB 1439 (Chiu): Juveniles: crimes.
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  • AB 1440 (Nazarian): Earthquake loss mitigation: grant programs.
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  • AB 1441 (Gray): Horse racing: out-of-state thoroughbred races: Whitney Stakes.
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  • AB 1442 (Brough and O'Donnell): Motor vehicle fuel: gasohol.
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  • AB 1443 (Chau): Voters: language accessibility.
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  • AB 1444 (Eduardo Garcia): Design-build projects: the Salton Sea.
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  • AB 1445 (Brown): Public contracts: small business contracts.
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  • AB 1446 (Dababneh): California Finance Lenders Law: violations.
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  • AB 1447 (Alejo): Solid waste: food and beverage packaging.
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  • AB 1448 (Lopez): Personal energy conservation: real property restrictions.
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  • AB 1449 (Lopez): Student financial aid: California Community College Transfer Cal Grant Entitlement Program.
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  • AB 1450 (Chang): Income taxes: administration: returns: penalties.
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  • AB 1451 (Ch√°vez): Workers‚?? compensation: public employees.
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  • AB 1452 (Hadley): Certificated employees: personnel files: expungement: egregious misconduct.
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  • AB 1453 (Bloom): Protection of orcas: unlawful activities.
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  • AB 1454 (Wagner): Water quality standards: trash: single-use carryout bags.
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  • AB 1455 (Gomez and Rodriguez): Ontario International Airport.
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  • AB 1456 (Thurmond): Crimes: sentencing.
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  • AB 1457 (Obernolte): Petition circulator: certification: use of signatures.
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  • AB 1458 (Obernolte): Voters: residency confirmation.
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  • AB 1459 (Kim): Toll lanes: County of Orange.
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  • AB 1460 (Thurmond): Hospitals: community benefits plans.
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  • AB 1461 (Alejo and Gonzalez and McCarty): Voter registration: California New Motor Voter Program.
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  • AB 1463 (Gatto): Student financial aid: California Covenants Program: tuition certificates: gross income exclusion.
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  • AB 1464 (Bloom): Tanning.
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  • AB 1465 (Gordon): Driver‚??s licenses.
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  • AB 1466 (Burke): Student safety: sexual assault.
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  • AB 1467 (Bloom): Care facilities: civil penalties.
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  • AB 1468 (Baker): Civil rights: disability access.
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  • AB 1469 (Achadjian): Peace officers: basic training requirements.
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  • AB 1470 (Alejo): Safe Water and Wildlife Protection Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1471 (Perea): Business entities: filings.
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  • AB 1472 (Gallagher): Food and agriculture: nonprofit cooperative associations.
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  • AB 1473 (Salas): California Environmental Quality Act.
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  • AB 1474 (Ch√°vez): Community colleges: Community College Career Technical Education Bond Act.
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  • AB 1475 (Cooper): Sexual assault response team.
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  • AB 1476 (Brown): Pupil instruction: required courses of study.
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  • AB 1477 (Burke): Elections: vote by mail ballots.
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  • AB 1478 (Maienschein): Land use planning.
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  • AB 1479 (Patterson): Electricity: residential rates.
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  • AB 1480 (Patterson): Energy efficiency.
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  • AB 1481 (Mullin): Workforce development.
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  • AB 1482 (Gordon): Climate adaptation.
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  • AB 1483 (Gatto): University of California: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics Campus.
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  • AB 1484 (Weber): Early primary programs: child care services: eligibility: military families.
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  • AB 1485 (Patterson): Medi-Cal: radiology.
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  • AB 1486 (Obernolte): Vehicles: toll highways.
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  • AB 1487 (Obernolte): Property taxation: assessment: full value.
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  • AB 1488 (Obernolte): Veterans: Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Fund.
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  • AB 1489 (Obernolte): Household goods carriers.
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  • AB 1490 (Rendon): Oil and gas: well stimulation treatments: seismic activities.
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  • AB 1491 (O'Donnell): Prostitution.
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  • AB 1492 (Gatto): Forensic testing: DNA samples.
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  • AB 1493 (Cooper): California High Technology Crimes Task Force.
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  • AB 1494 (Levine): Voting: marked ballots.
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  • AB 1495 (Weber): Teachers: evaluation.
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  • AB 1496 (Thurmond): Methane emissions.
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  • AB 1497 (Chau): Peace officers: deadly force.
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  • AB 1498 (Thurmond): Renewable energy resources: comprehensive planning and environmental compliance services.
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  • AB 1499 (Gray): Property tax: revenue allocations.
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  • AB 1500 (Atkins): State highways: relinquishment: Route 75.
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  • AB 1501 (Rendon): Well stimulation treatments: production facilities: emissions.
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  • AB 1502 (Brown): State government assistance to cities.
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  • AB 1503 (Perea): Telecommunications universal service programs: teleconnect fund.
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  • AB 1507 (Roger Hern√°ndez): Peace officers: training.
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  • AB 1508 (Mullin): Workforce investment boards: funding.
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  • AB 1509 (Roger Hern√°ndez): Employer liability.
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  • AB 1510 (Committee on Public Safety): State government: federal immigration policy enforcement.
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  • AB 1511 (Chiu and Santiago): Firearms: lending.
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  • AB 1512 (Committee on Insurance): Insurance: notice of lapse.
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  • AB 1519 (Committee on Judiciary): Judiciary omnibus: family support.
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  • AB 1522 (Committee on Judiciary): Transcript Reimbursement Fund: renewal.
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  • AB 1529 (Committee on Veterans Affairs): California National Guard Education Assistance Award Program.
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  • AB 1530 (Gordon and Levine): Electricity: distributed generation.
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  • AB 1531 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials): State Water Resources Control Board.
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  • AB 1532 (Committee on Local Government): Local government: omnibus.
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  • AB 1533 (Committee on Jobs, Economic Development, and the Economy): Infrastructure financing.
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  • AB 1535 (Committee on Elections and Redistricting): Elections.
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  • AB 1536 (Committee on Elections and Redistricting): Elections.
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  • AB 1538 (Committee on Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism, and Internet Media): Educational equity: sex equity in education: federal Title IX.
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  • AB 1539 (Committee on Governmental Organization): Horse racing: advance deposit wagering: deductions and distributions: jockey retirement plan.
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  • AB 1540 (Gray): Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
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  • AB 1541 (Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection): Privacy: personal information.
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  • AB 1543 (Brough): Animals: abuse.
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  • AB 1544 (Cooley and Jones): Political Reform Act of 1974: behested payments.
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  • AB 1545 (Irwin): State of California Housing Agency Act.
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  • AB 1546 (Olsen): Vital records.
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  • AB 1547 (Cooper): Alcoholic beverages: major event license.
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  • AB 1548 (Wood): Medical marijuana: taxation: marijuana production and environment mitigation.
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  • AB 1549 (Wood): Department of Transportation: state highway rights-of-way: broadband: fiber optic cables.
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  • AB 1550 (Gomez): Greenhouse gases: investment plan: disadvantaged communities.
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  • AB 1551 (Travis Allen): State funds: divestment: foreign boycotts of Israel.
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  • AB 1552 (Travis Allen): Public contracts: state and local agencies: businesses engaged in boycott.
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  • AB 1553 (Irwin): Savings plans: qualified ABLE program.
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  • AB 1554 (Irwin): Powdered alcohol.
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  • AB 1555 (Gomez): Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.
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  • AB 1556 (Mathis and Weber): Property taxation: exemptions: disabled veterans.
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  • AB 1557 (Mathis): School facilities: use by nonprofit youth organizations: recreational youth sports leagues.
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  • AB 1558 (Mathis): Alcoholic beverages: licenses.
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  • AB 1559 (Dodd): State Board of Equalization: returns and payment: extension: disaster.
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  • AB 1561 (Chang and Cristina Garcia): Sales and use taxes: exemption: sanitary napkins: tampons: menstrual sponges and menstrual cups.
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  • AB 1562 (Kim): Sales and use taxes: exemptions: disaster preparedness products.
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  • AB 1563 (Rodriguez): Victim‚??s compensation: claims: appeal.
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  • AB 1565 (Lackey): Developmental services: funding.
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  • AB 1566 (Patterson and Wilk): Reports.
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  • AB 1568 (Atkins and Bonta): Medi-Cal: demonstration project.
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  • AB 1570 (Chang): Collectibles: sale of autographed memorabilia.
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  • AB 1571 (Cooley and Lackey): Vehicles: driving under the influence: alcohol abuse programs.
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  • AB 1572 (Campos): School transportation.
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  • AB 1573 (Gray): Gambling: sports wagering.
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  • AB 1574 (Chiu): Vehicles of charter-party carriers of passengers and passenger stage corporations.
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  • AB 1575 (Bonta and Cooley and Jones-Sawyer and Lackey and Wood): Medical cannabis.
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  • AB 1576 (Eggman): Mental Health Delivery Demonstration Project: Early Diagnosis and Psychosis Treatment Program.
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  • AB 1579 (Travis Allen): Parks and monuments: operating leases or agreements.
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  • AB 1580 (Gatto and Irwin): Consumer credit reports: security freezes: protected consumer.
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  • AB 1582 (Harper and Travis Allen): Political Reform Act of 1974: Conflict of Interest Codes: public postsecondary educational institutions.
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  • AB 1583 (Santiago): Community colleges: enrollment fee waiver.
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  • AB 1584 (Brown): Public social services: SSI/SSP.
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  • AB 1585 (Alejo): Monterey County Water Resources Agency: Lake Nacimiento and Lake San Antonio.
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  • AB 1586 (Alejo and Gray and Mathis): California Environmental Quality Act: Temperance Flat Reservoir.
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  • AB 1587 (Mathis): Groundwater.
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  • AB 1588 (Alejo and Mathis): Water and Wastewater Loan and Grant Program.
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  • AB 1589 (Mathis): California Environmental Quality Act: exemption: drought mitigation.
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  • AB 1590 (Mathis): State Water Resources Control Board: appointments.
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  • AB 1591 (Frazier): Transportation funding.
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  • AB 1592 (Bonilla): Autonomous vehicles: pilot project.
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  • AB 1593 (Alejo and Obernolte): Pupil attendance: excused absences: naturalization ceremony.
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  • AB 1594 (McCarty): Public postsecondary education: prohibition of using tobacco and smoking on campuses.
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  • AB 1595 (Campos): Employment: human trafficking training: mass transportation employers.
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  • AB 1596 (Mathis): Veterans service organizations.
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  • AB 1597 (Mark Stone): County jails: performance milestone credits.
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  • AB 1598 (Ting): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1599 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2015: augmentation.
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  • AB 1600 (Committee on Budget): School finance: education omnibus trailer bill.
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  • AB 1601 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1602 (Committee on Budget): Education.
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  • AB 1603 (Committee on Budget): Public social services omnibus.
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  • AB 1604 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1605 (Committee on Budget): Health.
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  • AB 1606 (Committee on Budget): Developmental services.
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  • AB 1607 (Committee on Budget): Medi-Cal: hospitals: quality assurance fee.
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  • AB 1608 (Committee on Budget): State government.
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  • AB 1609 (Committee on Budget): State government.
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  • AB 1610 (Committee on Budget): Transportation.
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  • AB 1611 (Committee on Budget): Public resources.
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  • AB 1612 (Committee on Budget): Public resources: energy.
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  • AB 1613 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1614 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1615 (Committee on Budget): Public safety.
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  • AB 1616 (Committee on Budget): Correctional facilities: construction: financing.
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  • AB 1617 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1618 (Committee on Budget): Mental health services.
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  • AB 1619 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1620 (Committee on Budget): State employment.
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  • AB 1621 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1624 (Committee on Budget): Education.
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  • AB 1625 (Committee on Budget): Human services.
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  • AB 1626 (Committee on Budget): State government.
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  • AB 1627 (Committee on Budget): State employment: memorandum of understanding: Bargaining Unit 7.
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  • AB 1628 (Committee on Budget): No Place Like Home Program: financing.
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  • AB 1629 (Committee on Budget): Public resources: greenhouse emissions and biomass.
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  • AB 1630 (Committee on Budget): State employment.
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  • AB 1631 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1632 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1635 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1636 (Committee on Budget): Budget Act of 2016.
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  • AB 1637 (Low): Energy: greenhouse gas reduction.
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  • AB 1638 (Ting): Traffic controls: Kern County pilot project.
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  • AB 1639 (Maienschein): Pupil health: The Eric Paredes Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act.
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  • AB 1640 (Mark Stone): Retirement: public employees.
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  • AB 1641 (Travis Allen): Shuttle services: loading and unloading of passengers.
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  • AB 1642 (Obernolte): State responsibility areas: fire prevention fees.
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  • AB 1643 (Gonzalez): Workers‚?? compensation: permanent disability apportionment.
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  • AB 1644 (Bonta): School-based early mental health intervention and prevention services.
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  • AB 1645 (Dababneh): Mortgage guaranty insurance.
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  • AB 1646 (Gallagher): Legal assistants: continuing education.
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  • AB 1647 (Waldron): Environmental quality: water storage facilities.
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  • AB 1648 (Wilk): State publications: distribution.
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  • AB 1649 (Gallagher and Salas): State water policy: priority: surface water storage projects and joint powers authorities.
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  • AB 1650 (Frazier): Real estate licensees: advertisements.
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  • AB 1651 (Obernolte): Public Utilities Commission: contracts.
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  • AB 1652 (Waldron): Charter schools: renewal period.
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  • AB 1653 (Weber): Postsecondary education: campus climate.
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  • AB 1654 (Santiago): Student safety: crime reporting.
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  • AB 1655 (Dodd): Medi-Cal: beneficiary maintenance needs: personal needs allowance.
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  • AB 1656 (Kim): Civil liability: use of tourniquets.
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  • AB 1657 (O'Donnell): Air pollution: public ports and intermodal terminals.
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  • AB 1658 (Bigelow): Happy Homestead Cemetery District: nonresident burial.
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  • AB 1659 (Rodriguez): Vehicles: prima facie speed limits: schools.
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  • AB 1660 (Cooper): Interscholastic athletics: California Interscholastic Federation: report.
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  • AB 1661 (Gonzalez and McCarty): Local government: sexual harassment prevention training and education.
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  • AB 1662 (Chau): Unmanned aircraft systems: accident reporting.
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  • AB 1663 (Chiu): Firearms: assault weapons.
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  • AB 1664 (Chiu and Levine and Ting): Firearms: assault weapons.
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  • AB 1665 (Bonilla and Frazier): Transactions and use taxes: County of Alameda, County of Contra Costa, and Contra Costa Transportation Authority.
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  • AB 1666 (Brough): Community facilities districts: reports.
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  • AB 1667 (Dodd): Home Care Services Consumer Protection Act.
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  • AB 1668 (Calderon): Investigational drugs, biological products, and devices.
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  • AB 1669 (Roger Hern√°ndez): Displaced employees: service contracts: collection and transportation of solid waste.
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  • AB 1670 (Dodd): Alcoholic beverages: licenses.
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  • AB 1671 (Gomez): Confidential communications: disclosure.
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  • AB 1672 (Eggman and Mathis): Veterans treatment courts: Judicial Council assessment and survey.
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  • AB 1673 (Gipson): Firearms: unfinished frame or receiver.
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  • AB 1674 (Santiago): Firearms: transfers.
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  • AB 1675 (Gonzalez and Mark Stone): Juveniles: prostitution.
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  • AB 1676 (Campos and Gonzalez): Employers: wage discrimination.
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  • AB 1677 (Ting): Vehicles: tour buses: safety inspections.
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  • AB 1678 (Santiago): Provision of incident reports to victims.
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  • AB 1679 (Weber): Child care: state preschool programs: eligibility: military families.
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  • AB 1680 (Rodriguez): Crimes: emergency personnel.
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  • AB 1681 (Cooper): Smartphones.
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  • AB 1682 (Mark Stone): Settlement agreements: sexual offenses.
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  • AB 1683 (Eggman): Alternative energy financing.
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  • AB 1684 (Mark Stone): Civil actions: human trafficking.
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  • AB 1685 (Gomez): Vehicular air pollution: zero-emission vehicles: civil penalties.
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  • AB 1686 (Travis Allen): Close corporations.
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  • AB 1687 (Calderon): Customer records: age information: commercial online entertainment employment service providers.
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  • AB 1688 (Rodriguez): Dependent children: out-of-county placement: notice.
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  • AB 1689 (Low): School curriculum: coursework for high school graduation: service learning.
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  • AB 1690 (Medina): Community colleges: part-time, temporary employees.
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  • AB 1691 (Cristina Garcia and Gipson): Vehicular air pollution: vehicle retirement.
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  • AB 1692 (Bonilla): County employees‚?? retirement: Contra Costa County.
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  • AB 1693 (Gonzalez): Claims against the state: payment.
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  • AB 1694 (Lackey): State Water Resources Control Board: grant program for school drinking water.
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  • AB 1695 (Bonta): Firearms: false reports of stolen firearms.
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  • AB 1696 (Holden): Medi-Cal: tobacco cessation services.
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  • AB 1697 (Bonilla): Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program.
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  • AB 1698 (Hadley): Renewable energy.
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  • AB 1699 (Kim): Homeless youth emergency service projects.
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  • AB 1700 (Maienschein): Trusts: Notice of proposed action by trustee.
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  • AB 1701 (Gonzalez): State claims.
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  • AB 1702 (Maienschein and Mark Stone): Juveniles: dependent children: reunification services.
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  • AB 1703 (Santiago): Inmates: medical treatment.
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  • AB 1704 (Dodd): Water rights: small irrigation use: lake or streambed alteration agreements.
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  • AB 1705 (Rodriguez): Jails: searches.
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  • AB 1706 (Ch√°vez): Military fraud.
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  • AB 1707 (Dababneh and Linder): Public records: response to request.
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  • AB 1708 (Gonzalez): Disorderly conduct: prostitution.
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  • AB 1709 (Gallagher): Deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals.
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  • AB 1710 (Calderon): Vehicular air pollution: zero-emission and near-zero-emission vehicles.
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  • AB 1711 (McCarty and Medina): University of California: nonresident student enrollment.
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  • AB 1712 (Obernolte): Child care: contractors: digital signatures.
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  • AB 1713 (Eggman): Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta: peripheral canal.
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  • AB 1714 (Brough): Department of Motor Vehicles: services: third-party contracts.
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  • AB 1715 (Holden): Healing arts: behavior analysis: licensing.
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  • AB 1716 (Cooley and McCarty): Lower American River Conservancy Program.
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  • AB 1717 (Hadley): Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.
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  • AB 1718 (Kim): Elder abuse.
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  • AB 1719 (Rodriguez): Pupil instruction: cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
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  • AB 1720 (Wagner): Common interest developments: meetings.
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  • AB 1721 (Medina): Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.
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  • AB 1722 (Wagner): Limited liability companies: dissolution: cancellation of articles of organization.
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  • AB 1723 (Dodd): Debt collection.
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  • AB 1724 (Waldron): Unmanned aircraft: identification requirements.
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  • AB 1725 (Wagner): Vehicles: automated traffic enforcement systems.
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  • AB 1726 (Bonta): Data collection.
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  • AB 1727 (Gonzalez): Hosting platforms: independent contractors.
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  • AB 1728 (Wagner): Civil damages.
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  • AB 1729 (Waldron): Gaming Policy Advisory Committee.
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  • AB 1730 (Atkins and Eggman): Human trafficking: minors.
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  • AB 1731 (Atkins): Human trafficking: Statewide Interagency Human Trafficking Task Force.
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  • AB 1732 (Ting): Single-user restrooms.
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  • AB 1733 (Wagner): Trial court funding.
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  • AB 1734 (Obernolte): Mining claims: recording.
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  • AB 1735 (Waldron): Dissolution of marriage: bifurcated judgment: service.
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  • AB 1736 (Steinorth): Personal income taxes: deduction: homeownership savings accounts.
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  • AB 1737 (McCarty): Child death investigations: review teams.
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  • AB 1738 (McCarty): Building standards: dark graywater.
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  • AB 1739 (Waldron): Medi-Cal: allergy testing.
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  • AB 1740 (Alejo): California Law Fellowship Program.
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  • AB 1741 (O'Donnell and Rodriguez): California College Promise Innovation Grant Program.
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  • AB 1742 (Mark Stone): CalWORKs: eligibility.
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  • AB 1743 (Dababneh): Electronic transactions: motor vehicle finance.
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  • AB 1744 (Cooper): Sexual assault forensic medical evidence kit.
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  • AB 1745 (Hadley): Public safety: funding.
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  • AB 1746 (Mark Stone): Transit buses.
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  • AB 1747 (Weber): Food assistance: higher education students.
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  • AB 1748 (Mayes): Pupils: pupil health: opioid antagonist.
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  • AB 1749 (Mathis): California Environmental Quality Act: City of Porterville.
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  • AB 1750 (Dodd): Real property transactions: definitions.
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  • AB 1751 (Low): Secondhand goods.
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  • AB 1752 (Melendez): Vehicles: registration fees.
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  • AB 1753 (Obernolte): State employees: overpayment.
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  • AB 1754 (Waldron): Crime victim compensation: elder or dependent adult financial abuse.
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  • AB 1755 (Dodd): The Open and Transparent Water Data Act.
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  • AB 1756 (Bonilla): Teacher credentialing: integrated programs of professional preparation.
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  • AB 1757 (Waldron): North County Transit District.
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  • AB 1758 (Mark Stone): Telecommunications: California Advanced Services Fund.
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  • AB 1759 (Bonta): Hydrogen fluoride: notice of use: substitution.
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  • AB 1760 (Santiago): Human trafficking.
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  • AB 1761 (Weber): Human trafficking: victims: affirmative defense.
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  • AB 1762 (Campos): Human trafficking: victims: vacating convictions.
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  • AB 1763 (Gipson): Health care coverage: colorectal cancer: screening and testing.
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  • AB 1764 (Waldron): California Health Benefit Review Program: financial impacts.
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  • AB 1765 (Irwin): CaliforniaVolunteers: nonprofit public benefit corporation.
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  • AB 1766 (Mark Stone): Examination of prospective jurors.
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  • AB 1767 (Bigelow): Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
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  • AB 1768 (Gallagher): Bonds: transportation.
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  • AB 1769 (Rodriguez): 911 emergency system: nuisance communications.
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  • AB 1770 (Alejo): Food assistance program: eligibility.
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  • AB 1771 (Gonzalez and O'Donnell): School attendance: school districts of choice: continued enrollment.
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  • AB 1772 (Beth Gaines): Disorderly conduct.
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  • AB 1773 (Obernolte): Local government renewable energy self-generation program.
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  • AB 1774 (Bonilla): Clinical laboratories: licensure.
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  • AB 1775 (Obernolte): Income taxes: returns: due dates.
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  • AB 1776 (Obernolte): Court transcripts: electronic form.
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  • AB 1777 (Lackey): Used vehicle sales: salespersons‚?? licenses.
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  • AB 1778 (Quirk): Postsecondary education: sexual assault and sexual violence training.
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  • AB 1779 (Gatto): Nonprobate transfers: revocable transfer on death deed.
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  • AB 1780 (Medina): Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund: trade corridors.
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  • AB 1781 (Lopez): Child development programs.
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  • AB 1782 (Maienschein): Franchises: offer to sell: trade show.
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  • AB 1783 (Dodd): School facilities: nonstructural earthquake hazards: inspection.
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  • AB 1784 (Dababneh): State banks.
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  • AB 1785 (Quirk): Vehicles: use of wireless electronic devices.
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  • AB 1786 (Cooley): Horse racing: the California Standardbred Sires Stakes Program.
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  • AB 1787 (Gomez): Open meetings: public comments: translation.
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  • AB 1788 (Melendez): Legislature: Legislative Employee Whistleblower Protection Act.
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  • AB 1789 (Santiago): Personal income taxes: voluntary contributions: School Supplies for Homeless Children Fund.
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  • AB 1790 (Weber): CalWORKs: welfare-to-work.
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  • AB 1791 (Lopez): Personal income taxes: exclusion: military retirement pay.
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  • AB 1792 (Wood): Elk tags: federally recognized Indian tribes.
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  • AB 1793 (Holden): Contractors: license requirements: recovery actions.
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  • AB 1794 (Cristina Garcia): Central Basin Municipal Water District.
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  • AB 1795 (Atkins): Health care programs: cancer.
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  • AB 1796 (Wilk): Civil actions: intervention.
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  • AB 1797 (Lackey and Weber): In-home supportive services: application.
    [ quick view]
  • AB 1798 (Cooper): Firearms: imitation firearms: gun-shaped phone cases.
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  • AB 1799 (Mayes): Common interest developments: association governance: elections.
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  • AB 1800 (Hadley): Utility outage compensation claims: annual posting.
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  • AB 1801 (Ting): Katz-Harris Taxpayers‚?? Bill of Rights: report.
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  • AB 1802 (Ch√°vez): California Victim Compensation Board: reorganization.
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  • AB 1803 (Melendez): Local government: housing.
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  • AB 1804 (Melendez): Land use: development fees.
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  • AB 1805 (Melendez): Elder and dependent adult abuse.
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  • AB 2092 (Frazier): Abandoned Watercraft Abatement Fund: grants.
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  • AB 2100 (Calderon): The 21st Century Infrastructure Act of 2016.
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  • AB 2104 (Dababneh): California Health Facilities Financing Authority Act: California Health Facility Construction Loan Insurance Law.
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  • AB 2303 (Holden): Vehicles: specialized license plates.
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  • AB 2304 (Levine): California Water Market Clearinghouse.
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  • AB 2314 (Bigelow): Disaster relief: County of Calaveras: wildfires.
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  • AB 2315 (Olsen): Asbestos Tort Trust Transparency Act.
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  • AB 2320 (Calderon and Low): Unmanned aircraft systems.
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  • AB 2325 (Bonilla): Ken Maddy California Cancer Registry.
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  • AB 2326 (Wagner): Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Law.
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  • AB 2331 (Dababneh): Dentistry: applicants to practice.
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  • AB 2332 (Eduardo Garcia): Transportation funding: complete streets.
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  • AB 2333 (Achadjian): Theft of merchandise.
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  • AB 2334 (Mullin and Ting): Sales and use taxes: exclusion: alternative energy financing.
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  • AB 2335 (Beth Gaines): Suction dredge mining: permits: report.
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  • AB 2339 (Irwin and Low): Net energy metering.
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  • AB 2340 (Gallagher): Gun-free school zone.
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  • AB 2341 (Obernolte): Allocation of vacant judgeships.
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  • AB 2343 (Cristina Garcia and Eduardo Garcia and Eggman and Gomez): Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund: study.
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  • AB 2344 (Chang): Workforce development.
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  • AB 2345 (Ridley-Thomas): Commission on Health Care Cost Review.
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  • AB 2351 (Roger Hern√°ndez): Mobilehome parks: rent control.
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  • AB 2353 (McCarty): Teacher professional development: culturally responsive instruction.
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  • AB 2355 (Dababneh): Intercity rail services: mitigation.
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  • AB 2356 (Gomez): Planning and zoning: housing element: extremely low income housing.
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  • AB 2357 (Dahle): Water rights: monitoring and reporting.
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  • AB 2358 (Gonzalez and Waldron): Tribal gaming: compact ratification.
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  • AB 2361 (Santiago): Peace officers: independent institutions of higher education: security officers.
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  • AB 2362 (Chu): Common interest developments: pesticide application.
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  • AB 2366 (Dababneh): Long-term care insurance.
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  • AB 2371 (Frazier): Voluntary contributions: Special Olympics Fund.
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  • AB 2373 (Gray): Merced Irrigation District.
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  • AB 2374 (Chiu): Construction Manager/General Contractor method: regional transportation agency: County of Placer: bridges.
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  • AB 2376 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security): County employees‚?? retirement: Los Angeles County.
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  • AB 2377 (Committee on Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security): State employees: memorandum of understanding.
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  • AB 2378 (Achadjian): Theft.
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  • AB 2380 (Alejo): Defendants: minor children.
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  • AB 2381 (Roger Hern√°ndez): Electricity: power outages: bill credits.
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  • AB 2382 (Lackey and Lopez): High-Speed Rail Authority: membership.
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  • AB 2383 (Medina): Autism Employment and Education Act.
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  • AB 2384 (Gallagher): Terrorist activity.
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  • AB 2385 (Jones-Sawyer): Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act: state licenses: Measure D.
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  • AB 2386 (Cristina Garcia and Williams): Postsecondary education: California State University: trustees.
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  • AB 2387 (Mullin): Vehicle equipment: supplemental restraint system components and nonfunctional airbags.
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  • AB 2388 (Gipson): Local government: housing: ownership.
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  • AB 2390 (Brown): Juveniles: honorable discharge: release from penalties.
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  • AB 2391 (Steinorth): Residential property: possession by declaration.
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  • AB 2392 (Nazarian): California Seismic Safety Capital Access Loan Program.
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  • AB 2393 (Campos): School employees: sick leave: parental leave.
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  • AB 2394 (Eduardo Garcia): Medi-Cal: nonmedical transportation.
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  • AB 2395 (Low): Telecommunications: replacement of public switched telephone network.
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  • AB 2396 (McCarty): Solid waste: annual reports.
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  • AB 2397 (Rodriguez): Real estate brokers: licensure requirements: exemption.
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  • AB 2398 (Chau): Transportation: state highways.
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  • AB 2399 (Nazarian): Pregnancy: prenatal blood testing.
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  • AB 2651 (Gomez): Greenway easements.
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  • AB 2653 (Cristina Garcia and Eduardo Garcia and Eggman and Gomez): Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund: report.
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  • AB 2654 (Bonilla): Postsecondary education: Equity in Higher Education Act.
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  • AB 2665 (Rodriguez): Felons: incarceration in state prison.
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  • AB 2667 (Thurmond): Civil rights: Unruh Civil Rights Act: waivers.
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  • AB 2683 (Chu): Traffic safety programs.
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  • AB 2684 (Dababneh): Financial literacy.
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  • ACR 65 (Brough and Harper): James Mitchell ‚??Mitch‚?Ě Waller Memorial Highway.
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  • ACR 66 (Bonta): Filipino American History Month.
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  • ACR 67 (Bonta and Chiu and Mullin and Thurmond and Ting): Ballot measures.
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  • ACR 79 (Travis Allen): California Innovation Month.
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  • ACR 80 (Gallagher): Alzheimer‚??s and Brain Awareness Month and The Longest Day.
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  • ACR 138 (Lackey and Wilk): Senator Sharon Runner Memorial Highway and the Larry Chimbole Memorial Highway.
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  • ACR 173 (Cooley): Alzheimer‚??s and Brain Awareness Month and The Longest Day.
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  • ACR 187 (Gomez): American Stroke Month.
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  • ACR 195 (Gomez and Holden): Vin Scully.
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  • ACR 196 (Gipson and Steinorth): California Manufacturing Day.
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  • ACR 197 (Gatto and Holden): Jackie Robinson Memorial Highway.
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  • AJR 18 (Gatto and Patterson): Federal Wildfire Disaster Funding Act.
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  • AJR 21 (Lopez): Immigration policy: priority enforcement program.
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  • AJR 45 (Chiu): Civil rights: the Equality Act.
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  • SB 246 (Wieckowski): Climate change adaptation.
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  • SB 249 (Hueso): Vehicles: enhanced driver‚??s license.
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  • SB 268 (Nguyen and Vidak): Income taxes: credit: dependent care.
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  • SB 269 (Roth and Vidak): Disability access.
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  • SB 270 (Mendoza): Shorthand reporting services.
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  • SB 273 (Hueso): State real property: surplus.
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  • SB 277 (Allen and Pan): Public health: vaccinations.
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  • SB 279 (Huff): Certificated employees: Commission on Teacher Credentialing: teacher evaluation system: report.
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  • SB 287 (Hueso): Automated external defibrillators (AEDs).
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  • SB 299 (Monning): Medi-Cal: provider enrollment.
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  • SB 300 (Mendoza): Pawnbrokers: regulations.
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  • SB 301 (Vidak): Mental health.
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  • SB 302 (Lara): Claims against the state: appropriation.
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  • SB 303 (Hueso): Controlled substances: destruction of seized marijuana.
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  • SB 306 (Hertzberg): CalFresh: eligibility: work requirements.
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  • SB 333 (Galgiani): Controlled substances.
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  • SB 334 (Leyva): Pupil health: drinking water.
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  • SB 355 (Lara): San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy.
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  • SB 359 (Mitchell): California Mathematics Placement Act of 2015.
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  • SB 360 (Cannella): Biomethane.
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  • SB 375 (Berryhill): Public employees‚?? retirement.
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  • SB 377 (Beall): Income taxes: insurance taxes: credits: low-income housing: sale of credit.
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  • SB 691 (Morrell): Postsecondary education: student code of conduct: testing.
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  • SB 692 (Vidak): Gambling: California Gambling Control Commission.
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