Levine Legislation 2013-14

Bills Signed Into Law

AB 253 (Chapter 432 of 2013) “Allows Owners of Floating Homes to Purchase Marina”
Generally, floating home marinas are privately owned and charge homeowners monthly berthage fees. Should a marina owner want to sell the marina, AB 253 simply allows for a homeowners group to purchase the marina. This legislation also benefits marina owners who want to sell their marina by providing them with a potential buyer that has a vested interest in the marina.
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AB 386 (Chapter 363 of 2013) “CSU System Wide Online Access for all CSU students”
AB 386 integrates individual campus enrollment procedures allowing students to register for classes at their home campus and to simultaneously enroll in online courses offered at other CSU campuses. This legislation would also protect students from paying additional fees to cross-enroll in online courses. Students would receive credit from the online course at their home campus. (The provisions of AB 387, see below, were amended into AB 386)
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AB582 (Chapter 23 of 2014) “Palm Drive Hospital”
AB 582 allows Palm Drive Hospital to refinance its existing obligations. This will mean that existing public funds will be put to greater productive use, to the tune of $8 million over the life of the current bonds.
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AB 745 (Chapter 42 of 2014) “Non-bid Maintenance for Open Space Districts”
AB 745 raises the non-bid threshold for maintenance contracts that Open Space Districts and Regional Parks engage in from $10,000 to $25,000. Three Open Space Districts and Regional Parks already had this authority. This bill extends the same ability to all Open Space Districts and Regional Parks including the Marin County Open Space District.
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AB 747 (Chapter 43 of 2014) “The Option for Tiburon to Manage Part of Hwy 131”
Initiates the process by which the Town of Tiburon can assume ownership of the portion of Hwy 131 better known as Tiburon Boulevard. Local control of the road will allow for more speedy resolution of roadway concerns and for decision making that best supports the community. AB 747 does not require that Tiburon assume ownership of Tiburon Boulevard it simply allows the process by which the Town can become the owner to begin.
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AB 767 (Chapter 241 of 2013) “Helping Law Enforcement Fight Vehicle Theft”
Law prior to 2014 permitted every county to fund vehicle theft abatement activities through a $1 vehicle registration surcharge. To date, 47 of California’s 58 counties collect a vehicle theft surcharge. In 2012, activities funded by the surcharge led to the recovery of more than $150 million dollars in vehicle assets. Based on the success of county programs, AB 767 authorizes counties to increase their surcharge by $1.
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AB 1092 (Chapter 410 of 2013) “Installing Electric Charge Stations in New Construction”
In March 2012, Governor Brown issued an executive order directing state government to help accelerate the market for zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), including plug-in electric vehicles. The widespread use of ZEV’s is coming and the rapid evolution of this market will require new infrastructure for these vehicles. For plug-in electric vehicles, this means enabling electric vehicle chargers in homes, workplaces, and public space. AB 1092 will help provide sufficient infrastructure for plug-in electric vehicles by directing the California Building Standards Commission to adopt mandatory building standards that allow for a portion of parking spaces to be EV ready.
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AB 1136 (Chapter 304 of 2013) “Impaired Driving Notice on Prescription Labels”
AB 1136 establishes a basic consumer protection for Californians using prescription medication. The legislation requires pharmacists to include a label on certain prescription drug containers, clearly indicating that the prescription may impair the consumer’s ability to drive. With an aging population in Marin and California it is imperative that the state ensures that people are properly notified of possible side effects that could jeopardize consumers.
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AB 1163 (Chapter 140 of 2014) “Adding Expertise to the CALPERS Retirement Board”
AB 1163 will bring greater financial expertise to the CALPERS board by requiring board members to receive 24 hours of education every two years. Additionally the Legislation requires CalPERS to track compliance and make it publicly available on its website.
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AB 1352 (Chapter 274 of 2013) “Court Records Technology Preservation”
In California, a large amount of storage space is being occupied by the maintenance and preservation of court records. A recent report found that the state spends $22 million on storage annually. The courts have moved toward using electronic record keeping to cut on costs. AB 1352 generates further savings by authorizing the destruction of select court records earlier than the existing law permits. AB 1352 will also allow the clerk of the court to use technology to generate certified copies of court records.
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AB 1933 (Chapter 59 of 2014) “Investments for Local Agencies”
AB1933 authorizes a local agency to invest in bonds issued by Supranational Organizations such as the World Bank, International Finance Corporation or the Inter-American Development Bank. Existing law authorizes state and local retirement systems to invest in bonds issued by the same types of institutions. AB 1933 will help address the shortage of safe return investment options that occurred as a result of the Great Recession by extending the same authority to local agencies. Read Bill

AB 2488 (Chapter 98 of 2014) “Alcoholic Beverages: Licenses: Farmers’ Market Tastings”
AB 2488 authorizes limited wine and cider tasting at certified farmers’ markets. Current law permits estate grown wine to be sold by the bottle at a farmers’ market. However, unlike other products at the market, existing law does not permit a winery to offer tastings. This common sense solution allows tastings at certified farmers’ markets where winemakers are already allowed to sell their products.
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Bills in Process

AB 158 “Plastic Bag Ban”
AB 158 would prohibit grocery stores from providing single-use plastic bags to customers. The negative impact of single-use plastic bags is well-documented. Plastic bags and plastic film together represent 2.2% of the waste stream and these bags take more than 1,000 years to breakdown. By banning single-use plastic bags, AB 158 will reduce the environmental and economic impacts of single-use bag pollution for inland and coastal communities throughout the state.
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AB 288 “California Coast Commission: Notice of Public Meeting or Hearing”
AB 288 would require the California Coastal Commission (Commission) to make notices of public hearings available in both English and Spanish. The bill also provides that the Commission may make the meeting or hearing notice available in any other language. AB 288 provides Spanish speakers with access to information pertaining to Coastal Commission meetings and helps ensure greater participation by non-English speaking communities.
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AB 387 “CSU Online Accountability Measure”
In concurrence with AB 386, this bill would establish a uniform series of system-wide definitions for online course offerings. It would also require the CSU to adopt a common course numbering system for courses that are provided entirely online. This bill would also record the completion rates, enrollment, and the number of students cross-enrolling, among other things related to accountability measuring.
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AB 746 “Protecting Tenants from Secondhand Smoke”
While 80 to 90 percent of Californians choose not to allow smoking inside their homes, those living in apartments and condominiums are still exposed to toxic drifting secondhand smoke. AB 746 would protect the estimated 4.6-4.9 million California men, women, and children living in multi-unit housing who are currently exposed to secondhand smoke against their wishes.
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AB 961 “Health Facilities Subject to Public Disclosure Investigations”
AB 961 would require the State Department of Health Care Services to complete its investigation and issue a citation within specified time periods. It would also allow for an extension of these periods for up to 30 days if the department is unable to complete its investigation due to extenuating circumstances beyond its control. It would require that citations to be made public while protecting the identity and any identifying information about the patient/resident.  The department would also have to document these circumstances in its final determination.
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AB 963 “State Contracts Seeking Environmentally Friendly Business”
AB 963 protects the environment by encouraging environmentally friendly business practices in California. The legislation provides companies with a proven environmentally friendly record with a bid preference when they are seeking contracts with the state.
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AB 1100 “Expanding the Communication Allotment for Community Colleges”
The California Teleconnect Fund (CTF) was established in 1996 to provide a 50% discount on communication services for K-12 schools, and other community based non-profit organizations such as libraries or hospitals. In 2008, legislation extended the discount to community colleges. However, other CTF reimbursable parties expressed concern that the community colleges would use too much funding by being added to the program. To address these concerns, the community colleges agreed to cap their reimbursements. AB 1100 would remove this cap and state that the community colleges would not have an annual limit in the California Teleconnect fund. With a recent increase in distance and online education, this bill would help provide necessary telecommunication services.
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AB 1122 “Motor Voter Revamp at DMV”
Currently, the California Department of Motor Vehicles gives the option to Californians to register to vote when they fill out an application to obtain a driver’s license. This bill would make the current application, which has the voter registration attached to the back as a separate form to fill out, and make it one single document; this would eliminate the time spent filling out a duplicate forms asking for all the same information a second time. This bill would bring California into compliance with the standards of The National Voter Registration Act of 1993.
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AB 1171 “Foster Child Electronic Medical Records Access Program”
Generally, foster children are provided copies of their records in paper form. As such, it is a challenge to ensure that this important information is readily available when care providers need it to help make informed care decisions. AB 1171 creates a pilot program to help address this problem. The bill would allow a social worker to assist a foster child, who is 16 years of age or older, in obtaining electronic copies of specified records. These records include, but are not limited to, medical records, a certified copy of a birth certificate or a social security card.
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AB 1200 “Recycled Water”
AB 1200 will encourage the use of additional recycled water by allowing for additional storage of recycled water in up to four small irrigation ponds in the Los Carneros grape growing region of Sonoma and Napa valleys.
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AB 1212 “Enhancing the “or equal” Public Bidding Process”
This bill encourages the use of cost-saving and innovative bids in local government contracts by treating or-equal bids the same as all other bids. Or-equal bids are those bids where a contractor has found a way of providing the service in a way that is different from the request for proposal but still accomplishes the desired outcome of the RFP.
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AB 1234 “Insurance Holding Company Regulation”
AB 1234 clarifies law on the regulation of insurance holding companies to ensure that California law and practice is in line with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) model act. An insurance holding company is a group of two or more companies of which at least one is an insurance company. The clarification in existing law will ensure that the Department of Insurance can continue to provide consumer protection.
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AB 1537 Default Housing Density
Defines Marin County as “suburban” for purposes of default housing density requirements. In 2004, AB 2348 (Mullin Chapter 724) created a streamlined process for a city or county to receive approval of their housing element by establishing a default density for housing development. The formula developed under AB 2348 uses federal measures that caused Marin to be categorized as metropolitan. AB 1537 would correct this anomaly and appropriately designated Marin as suburban.
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AB 1969 Coordination of Higher Education Technology”
AB 1969 would require the three segments of higher education, the University of California, California State University, and California Community Colleges coordinate when purchasing system wide technology of over $1 million dollars that is used for enhancing student achievement. AB 1969 will support the three segments of higher education developing services for student transfers, campus administration, and academic resources that work more efficiently both within and between the segments.
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AB 1995 “Comunity Service Districts: Bel Marin Keys”
AB 1995 would restore the Bel Marin Keys Community Services District (CSD) ability to enforce Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&R’s) in their district and help preserve the character of the unique community.
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AB 2042 “Certainty for the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project.”
AB 2042 authorizes the California Air Resources Board to establish a wait list for the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project. The wait list will consist of eligible applicants that have not received the rebate. This bill seeks to provide additional rebate certainty that may attract more consumers towards the purchase of an alternative fuel vehicle and offer Californians who buy these vehicles assurance that they will eventually receive their rebate.
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AB 2071 “Recycled Water for Livestock”
AB2071 would allow recycled water to be used by livestock if its use is determined to be safe by the Department of Public Health.
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AB 2098 “Sentencing Mitigation for Military Veterans”
AB 2098 requires courts to consider Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and other service induced mental health illnesses as mitigating factors in the sentencing phase of a trial. Veterans wind up in the judicial system at alarming rates. AB 2098 will put in place a system that recognizes this and more readily directs veterans to services that will help them rehabilitate.
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AB 2101 “Child Care and Education”
AB 2101 will allow community based public and private nonprofits that support working families with access to early care and development programs for children from birth on, to store paperwork electronically. Technological advances could bring greater efficiency and maximize the use of public dollars.
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AB 2152 “University Research on NSA Surveillance Contracts”
AB 2152 would require the University of California, the California State University, and the California Community Colleges to determine whether a proposed contract with a federal intelligence agency would involve the analysis of any personally identifiable information. Furthermore, this bill would require such contract to be approved at an open and public meeting of the institution’s governing board.
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AB 2178 “Pupil instruction: Blended Learning Pilot Program”
AB 2178 would create the Blended Learning Pilot Program to be administered by the State Board of Education. Starting in the 2015-2016 school year, this pilot will examine 20-30 schools during a three year period to document the best and promising practices. At the end of each year, participants in the pilot would submit a report on process and outcomes to the State Board. The State Board will report findings and results to the Legislature by December 31, 2018. AB 2178 creates an opportunity for a select number of schools to provide blended learning with oversight and analysis by the state in a pilot program.
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AB 2198 “Suicide Prevention Training for Mental Health Professionals”
AB 2198 would require licensed psychologists, educational psychologists, marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers, and professional clinical counselors (mental health professionals) to receive suicide prevention training in suicide assessment, treatment, and management. AB 2198 will lead to lives being saved through mental health professionals having the skills to identify suicidal intentions before they become life threatening. This step has been recommended in the National and State strategies on suicide prevention.
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AB 2264 “Guide Dogs Victims Compensation”
AB 2264 would include victims of guide, signal, or service dog attacks in those eligible for restitution under the Victim Compensation Fund. This bill will further protections for assistance dogs which make independence possible for thousands of people who live with disabilities throughout California.
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AB 2297 “Health facilities: Alternatives to Diesel”
AB 2297 creates a pathway that would allow hospitals and critical care facilities to use clean technologies to meet their back up power requirements. Currently, all medical facilities meet this requirement by having a diesel backup generator. However, diesel generators contribute significantly to local air pollution problems and pose a threat to public health. This bill simply asks state regulators to begin considering alternatives to diesel.
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AB 2355 “Local Use of Recycled Road Materials”
AB 2355 would require cities and counties to adopt Caltrans standards for use of recycled material in road construction and maintenance by January 1, 2017. If a local agency decides not to adopt these standards, this bill would require a public meeting to discuss why those standards are unattainable. AB2355 would encourage all cities and counties to adopt more recycled road materials in road construction.
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AB 2393 “Helping Law Enforcement Modernize Identification System”
AB 2393 will allow local counties to increase their automated fingerprint identification fees from $1 to $2 to fund Cal-ID programs. To date, 45 counties already have this fee.
The high tech Cal-ID program has proven to be remarkably successful for many law enforcement departments throughout California. This bill offers local law enforcement agencies the tools they need to make their communities safer.
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AB 2398 “Vulnerable Road Users Law”
AB 2398 expands upon existing law by creating increased penalties for drivers who cause injury to vulnerable road users. Vulnerable road users include pedestrians, highway workers, skaters, bicyclists, and people using farm equipment or on horseback. This bill also acknowledges that as more individuals continue to seek alternatives to driving by walking or biking in their communities, motorists should exercise extra caution while sharing the roadways.
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AB 2457 “Deterring Fan Violence: “It’s Just A Game””
AB 2457 creates a deterrent for sports fans that take team loyalty too far and act out violently against fans of rival teams. Under this bill, when an assault or a battery is committed on stadium or arena property on an event day, the fan would be subject to a mandatory fine of up to $16,000, reminding audiences and sports enthusiasts that, “It’s just a game.
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AB 2543 “State Screening for State Hospital Admission”
AB 2543 would create a panel of forensically trained psychologists and psychiatrists to evaluate those who are directed by a court to be placed in a State Hospital. It has been estimated that up to 20 percent of the state hospital population are malingering (faking mental illness) to avoid state-prison terms. These persons can be a source of disruption, violence, and crime that endanger other patients and staff. AB2543would address the violence and destabilization caused by the malingering population in the State Hospital system by putting the state in a place of being the gate keeper to addmission.
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Resolutions

HR 7 “Rare Disease Day in California”
This Resolution has declared February 28th, 2013 to be Rare Disease Day in California. World Rare Disease Day was launched in Europe four years ago and last year was observed by more than 60 nations. HR 7 also seeks to raise awareness that continued research into rare diseases, building greater understanding of the nature of these diseases and serves as a foundation for innovation in California.
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ACR 111 “Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month”
Designates the month of March 2014 as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.
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ACR 120 “Holocaust Memorial Week”
Proclaims April 27 through May 4, 2014, as California Holocaust Memorial Week.
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Co-Authored Legislation

SCA 3 “Public Records Act”
Places a measure on the ballot to amend the California Constitution to require local agencies to provide public access to meetings and records of public agencies.
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SB 4 “Regulation of Well Stimulation”
Establishes a comprehensive regulatory program for oil and gas well stimulation techniques such as hydraulic fracturing and acid matrix stimulation. This bill would require a study, a permitting process, and public notification and disclosure.
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SJR 4 “Reauthorization of Older Americans Act”
Urges the President and Congress of the United States to enact legislation reauthorizing the federal Older Americans Act of 1965.
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SCR 28 “California Mental Health No Stigma Week”
Recognizes May 6, 2013, to May 12, 2013, and the first full week of May of every year thereafter, as California Mental Health No Stigma Week.
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SB 43 Shared Renewable Energy Self-Generation Program”
SB 43 would establish a program that would allow all utility customers to access affordable renewable energy. Additionally, SB 43 will make it easier for schools and local governments to purchase up to 100% renewable power with no state subsidies.
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AB 49 License Plates: Breast Cancer Awareness”
Current law in California restricts the design on a driver’s license plate. AB 49 will allow the creation of a pink breast cancer awareness specialty license plate. All the money raised from the license plates will go to breast cancer screenings and awareness campaigns.
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AB 65 Impersonation Rape Loophole”
Under current law only a married person that was misled into having sex with someone he/she thought was his/her spouse, could that impersonator be prosecuted for rape. AB 65 would close this loophole and expand the definition of rape to include cases where a perpetrator deceives a victim into sexual activity through impersonation.
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ACR 116 “California Craft Brewery Month”
ACR 116 recognizes the month of April 2014 as California Craft Brewery Month, as California is the birthplace of the craft brewing movement, as well as the first microbrewery.
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SCR 121 “Israel: Memorandum of Understanding”
Declares the Legislature's support for strategic partnerships between California and Israel.
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AB 179 Electronic Toll Personal Privacy”
Electronic toll collection systems such as Fas-Trak and Clipper-Card collect personally identifiable data from consumers every time they traverse the system. This collected data can reveal the private travel patterns of law-abiding citizens. AB 179 places basic privacy protections on how public agencies can utilize the data and ensures that consumer travel patterns are not commercialized.
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SB 199 “Imitation Firearm Safety Act
SB 199 would prohibit the sale of imitation firearms in California unless the entire exterior surface of the device is brightly colored or the device is transparent or translucent which permits unmistakable observation of the device’s complete contents. This law extends the already existing Federal regulation that requires any look-alike, or imitation firearm to have a bright orange marking affixed at the muzzle.
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AB 468 “Disaster Preparedness”
Repeals the State Fire Prevention fee, which is disproportionally born by rural residents, although all Californians receive its benefits. The bill additionally establishes a fund for disaster planning, training, and equipment for state agencies.
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SB 636 “Redevelopment Property Tax Education Revenue”
Repeals statutory provisions related to property tax revenues following the dissolution of local redevelopment agencies, which would result in additional property tax revenues being allocated to Marin, Napa, and San Mateo Counties.
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SB 640 “Medi-Cal Provider Rates”
Due to recent difficult budget times Medi-Cal provider payments have been significantly reduced. SB 640 would restore a portion of those cuts allowing those who provide service for the most needy to stay afloat.
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AB 647 “Clarification of Beer Manufacturer and Growler Use”
This bill will protect the professionalism of the craft beer industry and will ensure that consumers have easy access to fresh, quality beer using their own growlers at the craft brewery of their choice.
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SB 785 “Helping Marin Hospital District Rebuild”
This bill will allow Marin Hospital District to utilize Design Build as they work to rebuild and retrofit their hospital to comply with state seismic safety requirements. Using a design-build approach can often be preferable because it can reduce costs and expedite project completion.
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SB 1095 “Southeast Greenway”
SB 1095 would require the transfer of Caltrans-owned Highway 12 in Santa Rosa to a local government agency to preserve the Southeast Greenway in Santa Rosa for recreational use. As a result of SB 1095, this section of Highway 12 in the southeast area of Santa Rosa would be taken off the state highway system.
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SB 1132 “Moratorium on Fracking
Today’s fracking techniques are new and many pose new dangers. SB 1132 imposes a moratorium on all well stimulation including fracking and acidizing.
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AB 1194 “Safe Routes to School”
AB 1194 would ensure that the safe routes to school program be maintained at it’s currently level of funding. The safe routes to school program has been extremely successful at both increasing the number of students who bike and walk to school as well as dramatically decreasing the percentage of students who are in pedestrian and bicycle accidents.
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AB 1289 “California Vietnam Veterans Memorial”
Establishes the California Vietnam Veterans Memorial as the official state Vietnam veterans war memorial. The California Vietnam Veterans Memorial is located in the north-east corner of the State Capitol grounds at 15th Street and Capitol Avenue in Sacramento.
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AB 1322 Property Tax Deferral Program for Senior Citizens”
Prior to 2009 low income seniors and people of disabilities could apply to have property taxes deferred. With budget cuts that option was taken off the table. This bill would restore that option.
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AB 1369 “All Pick Up Trucks the Same”
Flatbed pick-up trucks are treated like semis in CA law as opposed to like cars. This means that flatbed pick-up trucks pay the same insurance as a semi would. AB 1369 would treat typical pick-up trucks the same as cars.
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 SB 1381 “Genetically Modified Food Labeling”
SB 1381 would require the labeling of all foods that have been genetically modified.
Sixty-four countries in the world already require the labeling of genetically modified foods, SB 1381 will ensure that California joins the international movement for consumer choice.
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SB 1428 “Sonoma Developmental Center Land Use”
SB1428 would require the Department of General Services to confer and cooperate with a list of local and state entities before making any decisions concerning the land use of Sonoma Developmental Center.
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AB 1439 “Stopping Illegal Internet Gambling”
Internet cafes that allow customers to gamble have been illegally operating in California communities and evading law enforcement. This bill will close a loophole and ensure that illegal internet cafes stop operating these gambling operations.
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AB 1522 “Earned Sick Days”
AB 1522 seeks to guarantee every California worker paid time off to recover from illness, care for a sick family member, or bond with a new baby. This bill also protects workers claiming this benefit from employer retaliation.
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AB 1805 “Medi-Cal: Restoring Access to Care”
AB 1805 will bolster provider’s participation in California’s Medicaid (Medi-Cal) program by restoring the 10 percent cut that occurred during the budget crisis.
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AB1839 “California Film and Television Job Retention and Promotion Act”
California has suffered both job and financial losses as hundreds of productions have left the state to seek incentives offered elsewhere. This bill seeks to help California remain competitive and keep many of those at-risk films in state by enacting a tax credit for qualified motion picture and television production.
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AB 1965 “Dining with Dogs”
AB 1965 would authorize restaurants and other food facilities to permit pet dogs in their outdoor dining areas under specified conditions.
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AB 2019 “California’s Drift Gillnets Prohibition”
AB 2019 seeks to protect whales, dolphins, sea turtles and marine life from accidental capture and death in the California driftnet fishery. Specifically, this bill will end this needless bycatch by halting the use of driftnets along the California coast as our neighboring states of Washington and Oregon have already done.
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AB2033 “Agricultural Career Technical Information”
Declares that it is the intent of the Legislature to continue funding the Agricultural Career Technical Education Incentive Program and require school districts to demonstrate how the expenditure of the funds will be consistent with their local control and accountability plans.
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AB 2592 “Fair Horseracing Calendar
AB 2592 simply requires that the Horse Racing Board consider the financial impacts of moving horse racing dates. In order to make the best and most sound policy decisions, the Board must understand the financial implications of such actions.
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