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“The government affairs section is made up of the Executive Director and the CAA Lobbyist / Attorney. The government affairs is meant to cover all issues pertaining to bills, regulations, and government affairs. The main section is the tracking of bills and identifying which bills are going to effect the automotive sector. The regulations are usually made up of the Bureau of Automotive Repairs, which regulate the automotive industry. Other regulatory agencies that the CAA may get involved with are the Air Resources Board, the EPA, and local governments.”

 

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STATE LEGISLATIVE BILL

REPORT

Client:             California Autobody Association

Report Date:   October 1, 2014

 

 

CA AB 69 AUTHOR: Perea [D]
TITLE: Global Warming Solutions: Market‑Based   Compliance
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: yes
INTRODUCED: 01/10/2013
LAST AMEND: 07/02/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Senate Rules Committee
SUMMARY:
Amends the Global Warming Solutions Act of   2006. Exempts categories of persons or entities that did not have a   compliance obligation under the market‑based compliance mechanism to achieve   greenhouse gas reduction reductions, from being subject to that compliance   mechanism for a specified time period. Requires all participating categories   of persons or entities to have a compliance obligations beginning on a   specified date.
STATUS:
07/03/2014 Withdrawn from SENATE Committee on AGRICULTURE.
07/03/2014 Re‑referred to SENATE Committee on RULES.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 326 AUTHOR: Morrell [R]
TITLE: Occupational Safety and Health Reporting   Requirements
FISCAL COMMITTEE: no
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/13/2013
ENACTED: 07/08/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 91
SUMMARY:
Requires every employer to make an immediate   report by telephone or e‑mail of every case involving an employee’s serious   injury or illness or death to the Division of Occupational Safety and Health   within the Department of Industrial Relations.
STATUS:
07/08/2014 Signed by GOVERNOR.
07/08/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 91
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 1522 AUTHOR: Gonzalez [D]
TITLE: Employment: Paid Sick Days
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 01/16/2014
ENACTED: 09/10/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 317
SUMMARY:
Authorizes an employer to limit an employee’s   use of paid sick days. Prohibits an employer from discriminating or   retaliating against an employee who requests paid sick days. Requires   employers to satisfy specified posting and notice and recordkeeping requirements.   Authorizes the imposition of fines for violations and the recovery of civil   penalties, as well as attorney’s fees, costs and interest. Provides that such   provisions would not apply to certain categories of employees.
STATUS:
09/10/2014 Signed by GOVERNOR.
09/10/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 317
Position: Oppose

 

CA AB 1634 AUTHOR: Skinner [D]
TITLE: Occupational Safety and Health: Violations
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/10/2014
ENACTED: 09/20/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 497
SUMMARY:
Prohibits the Division of Occupational Safety   and Health from granting, for serious violations, a proposed modification to   civil penalties for abatement or credit for abatement unless the employer has   abated the violation or has submitted a related statement. Requires   supporting evidence. Provides the statement and evidence must be received   within a specified time period. Provides the conditions to prohibit a stay or   suspension of an abatement requirement. Provides a condition to allow a stay   or suspension.
STATUS:
09/20/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 497

 

CA AB 1665 AUTHOR: Jones [R]
TITLE: Automotive Repair
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/12/2014
VETOED: 09/30/2014
DISPOSITION: Vetoed
LOCATION: Vetoed
SUMMARY:
Deletes repairing and changing tires from a   certain list in existing law concerning the definition of automotive   technician. Excludes tire services provided by or on behalf of a motor club   holding a specified certificate of authority or an operator of a tow truck   owned or operated by a person or entity possessing a valid motor carrier   permit from the definition of repair of motor vehicles or automotive   technician. Requires a certain repair dealer to be able to service a tire   pressure monitoring system.
STATUS:
09/30/2014 Vetoed by GOVERNOR.

 

CA AB 1884 AUTHOR: Lowenthal B [D]
TITLE: Vehicle Liens
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/19/2014
LAST AMEND: 04/21/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Appropriations Committee
SUMMARY:
Relates to lien sale procedures for certain   vehicles. Requires a lienholder to obtain a federal National Motor Vehicle   Title Information System vehicle history report from a data provider prior to   applying the the Department of Motor Vehicles for the authorization to   conduct a lien sale.
STATUS:
05/07/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on APPROPRIATIONS:  Not heard.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 1885 AUTHOR: Bigelow [R]
TITLE: Special Access: Disabled Persons: Liability
FISCAL COMMITTEE: no
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/19/2014
LAST AMEND: 04/01/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Judiciary Committee
SUMMARY:
Establishes notice requirements for an alleged   aggrieved party to follow before bringing an action against a business for an   alleged violation of access rights of a disabled person. Requires providing a   specified notice to the owner of the property, agent, or other responsible   party. Provides the time period for a response stating improvements made or a   rebuttal to the allegations. Provides time period to fix the violation.   Requires the consideration of previous or pending awards for the same injury.
STATUS:
05/06/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on JUDICIARY:  Failed passage.
05/06/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on JUDICIARY:  Reconsideration granted.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 1950 AUTHOR: Campos [D]
TITLE: Career Education: Career Education Incentive   Program
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/19/2014
LAST AMEND: 05/01/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Appropriations Committee
SUMMARY:
Establishes the Career Education Incentive   Program under the State Department of Education. Authorizes school districts,   county offices of education, charter schools, and community colleges to   establish career education consortia. Requires the Superintendent of Public   Instruction to report to the governing boards of the member local educational   agencies, including member community college districts. Specifies the   criteria for receipt and expenditure of state money.
STATUS:
05/23/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on APPROPRIATIONS:  Held in committee.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 1981 AUTHOR: Brown [D]
TITLE: Rental Vehicles: Contracts: Damage Waivers
FISCAL COMMITTEE: no
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/19/2014
ENACTED: 09/18/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 417
SUMMARY:
Relates to rental vehicle contracts and damage   waivers. Removes the manufacturer’s suggested retail price as a criteria for   the rate of a damage waiver sold by a rental company. Increases the maximum   rate of the damage waiver only for rental vehicles designated as an economy   or compact car. Increases the maximum rate of the damage waiver per rental   day for rental vehicles in the specified body size categories of vehicles   that are within a specified model year. Provides a rate for older models.
STATUS:
09/18/2014 Signed by GOVERNOR.
09/18/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 417
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2030 AUTHOR: Campos [D]
TITLE: Employee Time Off
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/20/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Labor and Employment Committee
SUMMARY:
Prohibits an employer who employs 25 or more   employees working at the same location from discharging or discriminating   against an employee taking time off, within defined limitations, without loss   of pay. Prohibits an employee from being required to use existing vacation,   personal leave, or compensatory time off for those purposes, unless otherwise   provided by a collective bargaining agreement entered into, or from being   required to use time off without pay for those purposes.
STATUS:
04/23/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on LABOR AND   EMPLOYMENT:  Not heard.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2053 AUTHOR: Gonzalez [D]
TITLE: Employment Discrimination or Harassment:   Education
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/20/2014
ENACTED: 09/09/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 306
SUMMARY:
Relates to employer training and education   regarding sexual harassment to all supervisory employees. Requires that   training and education include prevention of abusive conduct. Makes   technical, nonsubstantive changes to these provisions.
STATUS:
09/09/2014 Signed by GOVERNOR.
09/09/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 306
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2063 AUTHOR: Chavez [R]
TITLE: Employment: Car Washes: Online Registration
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/20/2014
LAST AMEND: 03/28/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Appropriations Committee
SUMMARY:
Relates to employment, car washes and online   registration. Authorizes employers to submit their application for   registration, fees, and supporting documentation online. Includes a surety   bond. Requires the Labor Commissioner to develop and provide a form and   procedure for online registration on a public web site.
STATUS:
05/23/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on APPROPRIATIONS:  Held in committee.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2074 AUTHOR: Hernandez R [D]
TITLE: Recovery of Wages
FISCAL COMMITTEE: no
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/20/2014
ENACTED: 08/19/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 211
SUMMARY:
Amends existing law that authorizes an employee   to bring a civil lawsuit against his or her employer for the unpaid balance   of wages or compensation owed to that employee. Provides that a suit for   liquidated damages may be filed at any time before the expiration of the   statute of limitations for bringing the underlying action alleging payment of   less than the state minimum wage.
STATUS:
08/19/2014 Signed by GOVERNOR.
08/19/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 211
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2216 AUTHOR: Muratsuchi [D]
TITLE: Regional Occupational Centers and Programs:   Funding
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/20/2014
LAST AMEND: 07/02/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Senate Appropriations Committee
SUMMARY:
Amends existing law that provides that, for   specified fiscal years only, the funds a school district receives for   purposes of regional occupational centers or program the district shall   expend no less that the amount of funds the district expended for purposes of   such center or programs during a specified fiscal year. Extends that   expenditure requirement to a specified future fiscal year.
STATUS:
08/14/2014 In SENATE Committee on APPROPRIATIONS:  Held in committee.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2224 AUTHOR: Nazarian [D]
TITLE: Transportation Network Companies: Insurance   Coverage
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/20/2014
LAST AMEND: 03/28/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Utilities and Commerce Committee
SUMMARY:
Defines transportation network company by   excluding the requirement that such company trip be prearranged. Provides   that the Public Utility Commission shall require such company to have in   effect a primary commercial motor vehicle liability insurance policy to cover   the vehicles of its participating drivers, as part of the agreement with   those drivers with respect to personal injury liability, property damage   liability, and personal injury protection liability benefits available to   drivers and others.
STATUS:
03/28/2014 To ASSEMBLY Committees on UTILITIES AND   COMMERCE and INSURANCE.
03/28/2014 From ASSEMBLY Committee on UTILITIES AND   COMMERCE with author’s amendments.
03/28/2014 In ASSEMBLY.    Read second time and amended. Re‑referred to Committee on UTILITIES   AND COMMERCE.

 

CA AB 2293 AUTHOR: Bonilla [D]
TITLE: Transportation Network Companies: Insurance   Coverage
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/21/2014
ENACTED: 09/17/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 389
SUMMARY:
Amends the Passenger Charter‑Party Carriers’   Act to enact requirements for liability insurance coverage for transportation   network companies and participating drivers. Relates to uninsured and   underinsured motorist insurance coverage. Requires drivers to carry proof of   coverage. Provides that a driver’s or vehicle owner’s personal automobile   insurance does not provide for coverage requirements. Authorizes a personal   automobile insurer to offer such coverage at its discretion to cover private   vehicles.
STATUS:
09/17/2014 Signed by GOVERNOR.
09/17/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 389

 

CA AB 2322 AUTHOR: Conway [R]
TITLE: Regional Occupational Center and Programs
FISCAL COMMITTEE: no
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/21/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: ASSEMBLY
SUMMARY:
Makes nonsubstantive changes to existing law   that authorizes the county superintendent of schools of each county, with the   consent of the State Board of Education, to establish and maintain, or with   one or more counties to establish and maintain, a regional occupational   center, or regional occupational program, in the county to provide education   and training in career technical courses.
STATUS:
02/21/2014 INTRODUCED.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2342 AUTHOR: Dababneh [D]
TITLE: Insurance: Automobile Insurance
FISCAL COMMITTEE: no
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/21/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Insurance Committee
SUMMARY:
Provides that an insurer that issues an   automobile collision policy or a policy for comprehensive coverage for an   automobile is prohibited from refusing to issue the policy of insurance, or   the policy in combination with other coverages, when the refusal is based   solely on the age of the automobile to be insured, if the market value of   that automobile exceeds a specified amount. Increases that market value.
STATUS:
03/10/2014 To ASSEMBLY Committee on INSURANCE.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2361 AUTHOR: Jones [R]
TITLE: Proposition 65: Enforcement
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/21/2014
LAST AMEND: 03/28/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Environmental Safety and Toxic   Materials Committee
SUMMARY:
Amends The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic   Enforcement Act of 1986. Prohibits an enforcement action against an alleged   violator, and the recovery of certain payments or reimbursements, if, within   specified days after service of the notice, the alleged violator corrects the   alleged violation and agrees to pay a civil penalty.
STATUS:
04/29/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY   AND TOXIC MATERIALS:  Not heard.
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2365 AUTHOR: Perez J [D]
TITLE: Contracts: Unlawful Contracts
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/21/2014
ENACTED: 09/09/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 308
SUMMARY:
Prohibits a contract or proposed contract for   the sale or lease of consumer goods or services from including a provision   waiving the consumer’s right to make any statement regarding the seller or   lessor or its employees or agents, or concerning the goods or services..   Makes it unlawful to penalize a customer for making a statement protected   under this act. Imposes civil penalties for violations. Authorizes a civil   action for a violation. Relates to online reviews or comments from removing a   legal statement.
STATUS:
09/09/2014 Signed by GOVERNOR.
09/09/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 308
Position: Watch

 

CA AB 2416 AUTHOR: Stone [D]
TITLE: Liens: Laborers and Employees
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/21/2014
LAST AMEND: 08/30/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Senate Third Reading File
SUMMARY:
Enacts the Wage Theft Recovery Act. Authorizes   specified employees to request the Labor Commission record a wage lien upon   real and personal property of an employer, or a property owner, for unpaid   wages, other compensation owed the employee, and certain penalties, interest,   and costs. Prescribes requirements relating to the recording and enforcement   of the wage lien. Authorizes a procedure to release the lien by the employer,   if the employer makes specified contentions. Requires a related report.
STATUS:
08/30/2014 From SENATE Committee on RULES with author’s   amendments.
08/30/2014 In SENATE.    Read second time and amended. Re‑referred to Committee on RULES.
08/30/2014 Withdrawn from SENATE Committee on RULES.
08/30/2014 In SENATE.    Ordered to third reading.

 

CA AB 2448 AUTHOR: Jones [R]
TITLE: Employment: Flexible Work Schedules
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/21/2014
LAST AMEND: 03/20/2014
DISPOSITION: Failed
LOCATION: ASSEMBLY
SUMMARY:
Permits an individual nonexempt employee to   request an employee‑selected flexible schedule providing for workdays up to   10 hours per day within a 40‑hour workweek. Allows an employer to implement   this schedule without the obligation to pay overtime compensation for those   additional hours in a workday. Requires the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement   to enforce this provisions and to adopt regulations.
STATUS:
05/21/2014 From ASSEMBLY Committee on LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT   without further action pursuant to JR 62(a).

 

CA AB 2656 AUTHOR: Jones [R]
TITLE: Petroleum: Labeling
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/21/2014
LAST AMEND: 03/28/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Appropriations Committee
SUMMARY:
Requires each motor fuel transaction in the   State to contain information regarding the estimated cost of compliance with   any market‑based compliance mechanism that the State Air Resources Board may   adopt. Requires the Division of Measurement Standards to estimate the per   gallon cost resulting from compliance the any such mechanism according to   prescribed formulas. Requires posting the formulas on the Division’s Web site   and to annually update that information.
STATUS:
05/23/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on APPROPRIATIONS:  Held in committee.
Position: Watch

 

CA ACR 119 AUTHOR: Muratsuchi [D]
TITLE: Community Colleges: Career Technical Education
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 03/06/2014
ENACTED: 09/09/2014
DISPOSITION: Adopted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 156
SUMMARY:
Encourages the Chancellor of the California   Community Colleges to develop options to address the long‑term funding needs   of career technical education and other workforce and training programs at   the campuses of the California Community Colleges, and to submit those   options to the Legislature.
STATUS:
09/09/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.
09/09/2014 Resolution Chapter No. 156
Position: Support

 

CA SB 202 AUTHOR: Galgiani [D]
TITLE: Automotive Repair
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/07/2013
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Appropriations Committee
SUMMARY:
Relates to the automotive repair exclusion   list. Deletes repairing and changing tires from exclusion lists. Excludes   tire services provided by a motor club or an operator of a tow truck owned or   by a person or entity possessing a valid motor carrier permit from the   definitions for repair of motor vehicles.
STATUS:
08/30/2013 In ASSEMBLY Committee on APPROPRIATIONS:  Held in committee.
Position: Watch

 

CA SB 660 AUTHOR: Hancock [D]
TITLE: Career Technical Education Funding
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/22/2013
LAST AMEND: 08/07/2013
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Education Committee
SUMMARY:
Requires county superintendents of schools and   school districts, subject to expenditure requirements for regional   occupational centers or program, to comply with specified requirements,   including certification of each course within a sequence is aligned with   specified educational standards. Requires the incorporate of various factors   and quality indicators to develop a program evaluation instrument within each   county office of education and school district.
STATUS:
08/14/2013 In ASSEMBLY Committee on EDUCATION:  Not heard.
Position: Support

 

CA SB 686 AUTHOR: Jackson [D]
TITLE: Vehicles: Vehicles Dealers
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/22/2013
LAST AMEND: 06/10/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Business, Professions and Consumer   Protection Committee
SUMMARY:
Amends the Vehicle Code. Prohibits a dealer   from selling or otherwise transferring ownership at retail or transferring   ownership at retail of a used vehicle, if the dealer knows or should have   known that the vehicle has a defect subject to a manufacturer’s recall,   unless the repairs required to correct the defect have been performed on the   vehicle. Defines the term manufacturer’s safety recall.
STATUS:
06/17/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on BUSINESS, PROFESSIONS   & CONSUMER PROTECTION:  Failed   passage.
06/17/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on BUSINESS, PROFESSIONS   & CONSUMER PROTECTION:    Reconsideration granted.
Position: Watch

 

CA SB 935 AUTHOR: Leno [D]
TITLE: Minimum Wage: Annual Adjustment
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/03/2014
LAST AMEND: 05/27/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Labor and Employment Committee
SUMMARY:
Increases the minimum wage to various amounts   over a period of years. Increases the minimum wage annually thereafter, to   maintain employee purchasing power that is diminished by the rate of   inflation during the previous year. Provides the adjustment would be   calculated using the State Consumer Price Index. Prohibits the Industrial   Welfare Commission from reducing the minimum wage and from adjusting the   minimum wage if the average percentage of inflation was negative for the   previous year.
STATUS:
06/25/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on LABOR AND   EMPLOYMENT:  Failed passage.
06/25/2014 In ASSEMBLY Committee on LABOR AND   EMPLOYMENT:  Reconsideration granted.
Position: Oppose

 

CA SB 994 AUTHOR: Monning [D]
TITLE: Vehicles: Vehicle Information: Privacy
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/12/2014
LAST AMEND: 04/10/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Senate Transportation and Housing Committee
SUMMARY:
Enacts the Consumer Car Information Choice and   Control Act. Requires a new motor vehicle manufacturer of vehicles sold or   leased in the State, that records, generates, stores, or collects vehicle   information to make certain disclosure to the registered owner regarding the   generation and collection of that information, and to provide the owner with   access to such information. Requires the manufacturer to offer the registered   owner with an opt out ability. Prohibits restricting owner access to information.
STATUS:
04/22/2014 In SENATE Committee on TRANSPORTATION AND   HOUSING:  Failed passage.
04/22/2014 In SENATE Committee on TRANSPORTATION AND   HOUSING:  Reconsideration granted.
Position: Watch

 

CA SB 1007 AUTHOR: Wyland [R]
TITLE: Career Technical Education
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/13/2014
LAST AMEND: 08/20/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Senate Education Committee
SUMMARY:
Requires the Superintendent of Public   Instruction and the State Board of Education to consider various measures to   enhance and improve career technical education.
STATUS:
08/20/2014 From SENATE Committee on EDUCATION with   author’s amendments.
08/20/2014 In SENATE.    Read second time and amended. Re‑referred to Committee on EDUCATION.
Position: Support

 

CA SB 1065 AUTHOR: Monning [D]
TITLE: Insurance: Reports: Electronic Submission
FISCAL COMMITTEE: no
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/18/2014
LAST AMEND: 06/09/2014
DISPOSITION: Pending
LOCATION: Assembly Inactive File
SUMMARY:
Amends the Insurance Code that requires various   entities to submit certain reports to specified committees of the   Legislature. Authorizes certain reports required to be submitted to a   committee of the Legislature pursuant to the Insurance Code to be submitted   electronically. Requires any report that is required under the Code to be   submitted to a community of the Legislature to also be submitted as an   electronic or printed copy to the Legislative Counsel.
STATUS:
08/25/2014 In ASSEMBLY.    To Inactive File.
Position: Watch

 

CA SB 1159 AUTHOR: Lara [D]
TITLE: License Applicants: Individual Tax   Identification
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/20/2014
ENACTED: 09/28/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 752
SUMMARY:
Requires professional and vocational licensing   boards within the Department of Consumer Affairs to require an applicant to   provide an individual tax identification number or social security number if   the applicant is an individual. Requires the bodies to report to the   Franchise Tax Board, and subjects a licensee to a penalty for failure to   provide that information. Prohibits denial of licensure based on citizenship   or immigration status. Requires regulatory and procedural changes to   implement provisions.
STATUS:
09/28/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 752
Position: Watch

 

CA SB 1242 AUTHOR: Lieu [D]
TITLE: Automotive Repair: Bureau of Automotive Repair
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/20/2014
ENACTED: 08/22/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 255
SUMMARY:
Relates to the Bureau of Automotive Repair.   Requires that the powers and duties of the Bureau be subject to review by the   appropriate policy committees of the Legislature as if these provisions were   scheduled to be repealed on a specified date.
STATUS:
08/22/2014 Signed by GOVERNOR.
08/22/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 255
Position: Watch

 

CA SB 1273 AUTHOR: Lara [D]
TITLE: Insurance: Low‑Cost Automobile Insurance   Program
FISCAL COMMITTEE: yes
URGENCY CLAUSE: no
INTRODUCED: 02/21/2014
ENACTED: 09/19/2014
DISPOSITION: Enacted
LOCATION: Chaptered
CHAPTER: 487
SUMMARY:
Revises and recasts the parameters of the   Automobile Assigned Risk Plan by deleting provisions that limit the initial   implementation of the program to specified counties and require the Insurance   Commissioner to make a need‑based assessment as to implementation in all   other counties. Extends the repeal date of the program. Requires automobile   insurance producers to provide a consumer with the program’s Internet Web   site. Relates rate filings, producer commission’s, installments, and   cancellation policies.
STATUS:
09/19/2014 Signed by GOVERNOR.
09/19/2014 Chaptered by Secretary of State.  Chapter No. 487
Position: Watch

 

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