What is ca new law?
The new law sets a deadline of June 2023 for when the chancellor of the California Community Colleges must submit a draft curriculum, which could include courses like ethnic studies and psychology.
What are some unjust laws in California?
In Chico,detonating a nuclear device incurs a $500 fine. Because $500 is going to take care of the damage done by a nuclear weapon,surely.No vehicle may exceed 60 mph if there is no driver. This one leaves me scratching my head.In San Francisco,it is illegal to store your things in your garage. …
What are the California State laws?
California Criminal Laws. California’s criminal statutes identify a wide range of illegal conduct that is made punishable by sanctions like imprisonment and fines. While many of its criminal laws and sanctions are similar to those of other states, California is unique in a number of ways. For instance, marijuana possession in the state is a minor offense punishable by a modest fine.
What are the new California smoking laws mean?
California has long led the way in adopting strong and innovative smoke-free air laws that protect people from secondhand smoke exposure. These laws protect Californians at most workplaces and in spaces often frequented by children and youth, who are especially vulnerable to the negative health effects of secondhand smoke.
A new year brings new laws in California. Here’s what you need to know
Hundreds of new laws are going into effect in 2022, from requiring ethnic studies to graduate, to cracking down on illegal street racing, and allowing restaurants to continue selling to-go cocktails — to name a few.
Prop 12: The "Bacon" Law
The contentious law over farm animals — specifically bringing bacon and pork products into the conversation — was passed in 2018. The first deadline passed Jan. 2020, and required that egg-laying hens have adequate space. The hens have to be housed with a minimum of 144 square inches per hen.
SB 389: Cocktails To-Go
SB 314, AB 61 and SB 389 that went into effect during the pandemic are here to stay.
AB 367: Free Menstrual Products on Campus
California public schools, including colleges, must provide free menstrual products to students. The signing of the bill followed a nationwide push for affordable access to pads, tampons and other items.
AB 101: Ethnic Studies
Starting with the graduating class of 2024–25, students within the California State University system will be required to complete at least one 3-unit ethnic studies course. This won’t increase the number of units a student is required to complete to graduate.
AB 1084: Gender Neutral Toy Sections
Large department stores will have to provide a gender-neutral toy aisle in 2022. Some critics say the government should not dictate how stores lay out their sections, while others say it’s combatting how some products marketed toward girls are priced higher.
SB 1383: Composting and Organics Recycling Law
The bill calls for businesses to help reduce what’s called short-lived climate pollutants. The aim of the bill is to reduce the amount of organic trash that goes to landfills, which makes up a third of what goes to the landfill, CalRecycle said.
What would have allowed people to cross the street outside of crosswalks without getting a ticket?
Decriminalizing jaywalking, which would have allowed people to cross the street outside of crosswalks without getting a ticket.
What are the consequences of the California oil leak?
What is clear, however, are the leak’s consequences: beaches and water off limits to residents, tourists and fishermen; business owners forced to lay off workers as they rack up millions of dollars in losses; at least 14 federally threatened snowy plovers and other birds dead from oil damage. Elected officials are calling for an end to existing and new offshore drilling in federal and state waters off California’s coast — but that will likely be an uphill battle, both financially and politically. It’s often cheaper for oil companies to keep wells operating than to decommission them. And with limiting oil production an uphill battle even in California — earlier this year, a proposed fracking ban died in one of the state Legislature’s Democratic-majority committees — the state may need to pursue a solution with questionable optics: paying oil companies to close up shop.
Is CalMatters available in Spanish?
CalMatters is now available in Spanish on Twitter , Facebook and RSS.
When will gas powered lawn mowers be banned?
Banning the sale of new gas-powered leaf blowers, lawn mowers and other small off-road engines by as soon as 2024.
Does California State University require ethnic studies?
Making ethnic studies a high school graduation requirement, as CalMatters’ Joe Hong reports. Under a bill Newsom signed last year, California State University students must also take an ethnic studies course to graduate.
Who vetoed the expansion of the college financial aid system in California?
You’d be forgiven for not knowing Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed the largest expansion of California’s college financial aid system in a generation — he did so during the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants’ first playoff game Friday night.
Who writes what matters?
Emily Hoeven writes the daily WhatMatters newsletter for CalMatters. Her reporting, essays, and opinion columns have been published in San Francisco Weekly, the Deseret News, the San Francisco Business… More by Emily Hoeven
How many hours of training do cosmetologists need?
Training for barbers and cosmetologists has been reduced to 1,000 hours. This means that cosmetologists are losing 600 hours of training and barbers are losing 500.
How long can a child stay on their parents’ health insurance?
Former President Barack Obama’s health care law let children stay on their parents’ plans until age 26. Some states have gone further and let kids stay on their parents’ plans until at least age 30, including Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
What is the law that allows police to take guns from people they fear?
What also is known as a "red flag" law allows police along with family members, colleagues, employers and teachers to ask judges to take firearms from those they fear are a possible threat to themselves or others.
Can you pick up cocktails in California?
Amid the pandemic last year, California’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control started allowing of-age patrons to pick up cocktails when they bought a meal.
When will California’s health insurance law take effect?
But California is now the first state to go the other direction by letting some adults join their kids’ health insurance plans. The law won’t take effect until 2023.
When will ghost guns be seized?
The new law includes what are known as "ghost guns" in the definition of what may be seized starting July 1, 2022. They are guns assembled from parts and so might not be registered or purchased through a dealer, as are other firearms that are legally owned.
Which states allow dependents to be added to their insurance?
California is the first state to let some adult children add their parents as dependents on their insurance plans, a move advocates hope will cover the small population of people living in the country illegally who don’t qualify for other assistance programs.