California Legislation

CCTA Legislation Report - All by Subject

2/5/2016



 



 
  AB 103 (Weber D)   Budget Act of 2015.
  Current Text: Amended: 5/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/9/2015
  Last Amend: 5/27/2015
  Summary: This bill would make appropriations for support of state government for the 2015-16 fiscal year. This bill contains other related provisions.
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  AB 135 (Committee on Budget)   Budget Act of 2015.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/9/2015
  Summary: This bill would express the intent of the Legislature to enact statutory changes relating to the Budget Act of 2015.
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  AB 465 (Hernández, Roger D)   Contracts against public policy.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Last Amend: 8/19/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #4  ASSEMBLY GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Would prohibit any person from requiring another person, as a condition of employment, to agree to the waiver of any legal right, penalty, forum, or procedure for any employment law violations. The bill would prohibit a person from threatening, retaliating against, or discriminating against another person based on a refusal to agree to such waiver, and would provide that any such waiver required from an employee or potential employee as a condition of employment or continued employment is unconscionable, against public policy, and unenforceable.
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  AB 613 (Chu D)   Automatic renewals: cancellations: notice to consumers.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/24/2015
  Last Amend: 4/6/2015
  Summary: Current law makes it unlawful for any business making an automatic renewal or continuous service offer to a consumer in this state to, among other things, fail to present the automatic renewal or continuous service offer terms in a clear and conspicuous manner. This bill would require the cancellation policy in any automatically renewed contract under these provisions to include the right of the consumer to cancel for any reason upon 30 days' written notice to the business and also include a statement describing the procedure to cancel the contact.
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  AB 670 (Irwin D)   Information technology security.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/25/2015
  Last Amend: 9/3/2015
  Summary: Would require the Office of Information Security, in consultation with the Office of Emergency Services, to require no fewer than 35 independent security assessments of state entities each year and determine basic standards of services to be performed as part of an independent security assessment. The bill would require the state agency, department, or office being assessed to fund the costs of its independent security assessment.
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  AB 761 (Levine D)   Carbon sequestration: working lands.
  Current Text: Amended: 6/2/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/25/2015
  Last Amend: 6/2/2015
  Summary: Would require the Department of Food and Agriculture, upon an appropriation of moneys therefor, to establish a grant program to fund voluntary projects that increase carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions reductions on working lands, as defined. The bill would require the department, in consultation with the Department of Conservation, the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, the State Air Resources Board, and the Department of Water Resources, to develop and adopt project solicitation and evaluation guidelines for the program, as specified.
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  AB 821 (Gipson D)   Sales and use taxes: administration: payments: dispensaries.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/13/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 1/13/2016
  Summary: Would authorize, before January 1, 2022, a person issued a seller's permit for a place of business that is a dispensary, as defined in Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act, to remit amounts due for retail sales at the dispensary by a means other than electronic funds transfer.
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  AB 853 (Hernández, Roger D)   Electrical and gas corporations: security of plant and facilities.
  Current Text: Amended: 9/4/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would, on and after the filing of an electrical corporation's or gas corporation's general rate case application, require that electrical corporation or gas corporation, except as provided, to utilize employees of that corporation for any work associated with the design, engineering, and operation of its nuclear, electrical, and gas infrastructure, including all computer and information technology systems, unless the utility files a request to contract to utilize persons who will replace those employees with the commission as a part of the utility's general rate case application.
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  AB 1233 (Levine D)   Public works: public subsidies.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would provide that a public subsidy is de minimis if it is both less than $250,000 and less than 2% of the total project cost. The bill would specify that those provisions do not apply to a project that was advertised for bid, or a contract that was awarded, before July 1, 2017.
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  AB 1266 (Gonzalez D)   Electrical and gas corporations: excess compensation.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/8/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would prohibit an electrical corporation or gas corporation from recovering from ratepayers expenses for excess compensation, as defined, paid to an officer of the utility for a period of 5 years following a triggering event, as defined, unless the utility obtains the approval of the Public Utilities Commission. The bill would provide that anytime within a 5-year period following a triggering event, and prior to paying or seeking recovery of excess compensation, the electrical corporation or gas corporation would be required to file an application with the commission containing specified information.
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  AB 1407 (Atkins D)   Family law: protective orders: wireless telephone numbers.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/1/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 7/6/2015
  Summary: Would, commencing July 1, 2016, authorize a court, after notice and a hearing, to issue an order directing a wireless telephone service provider to transfer the billing responsibility and rights to a wireless telephone number or numbers to a requesting party. The bill would require that order to be a separate order directed to the wireless telephone service provider that lists the name and billing telephone number of the accountholder, the name and contact information of the person to whom the number or numbers will be transferred, and each number to be transferred to that person.
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  AB 1493 (Cooper D)   California High Technology Crimes Task Force.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 3/26/2015
  Summary: Would establish the California High Technology Crimes Task Force to, among other tasks, analyze existing statutes for adequacy in addressing identity theft, Internet crimes, and credit card fraud, develop recommendations to prevent and prosecute those crimes, and identify funding sources for those purposes and to assist victims of those crimes. The bill would require the task force to report to the Legislature on those matters on or before December 31, 2017.
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  AB 1522 (Committee on Judiciary)   Unlawful detainer: nuisance.
  Current Text: Introduced: 3/10/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 3/10/2015
  Summary: Current law authorizes, for real property situated in prescribed localities, a city prosecutor or city attorney to file an action for unlawful detainer in the name of the people against any person who is in violation of the nuisance or the illegal purpose provisions. Current law requires the city attorney or city prosecutor to provide prescribed information pertaining to action taken pursuant to these provisions to the California Research Bureau. This bill would, instead, require that the bureau report once to the Senate and Assembly Committees on Judiciary on or before April 20, 2016, and once on or before April 20, 2018 summarizing the information collected.
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  AB 1559 (Dodd D)   State Board of Equalization: returns and payment: extension: disaster.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Current law authorizes the State Board of Equalization for good cause to extend the time, not to exceed one month, for a taxpayer, and to extend the time for more than one month for specified persons if a budget for the state has not been adopted by a specified date, to submit any return or pay any amount required to be paid under provisions of the Sales and Use Tax Law, the Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Law, Use Fuel Tax Law, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Tax Law, Alcoholic Beverage Tax Law, Timber Yield Tax, Energy Resources Surcharge Law, Emergency Telephone Users Surcharge Act, Hazardous Substances Tax Law, Integrated Waste Management Fee Law, Oil Spill Response, Prevention, and Administration Fees Law, Underground Storage Tank Maintenance Fee Law, Fee Collection Procedures Law, and Diesel Fuel Tax Law, under specified conditions. This bill would authorize the board, in the case of a disaster, to allow an extension for up to 3 months under the same conditions as the extension for good cause.
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  AB 1564 (Williams D)   Emergency services: wireless 911 calls: routing.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would require that a provider of commercial mobile radio service, as defined, provide access for end users of that service to the local emergency telephone systems described in the Warren-911-Emergency Assistance Act, that “911” be the primary access number for those services, and that user validation not be required. The bill would prohibit a provider of commercial mobile radio service from charging any airtime, access, or similar usage charge for any “911” call placed from a commercial mobile radio service telecommunications device to a local emergency telephone system.
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  AB 1566 (Wilk R)   Reports.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would require a written report, as defined, submitted by any state agency or department to the Legislature, a Member of the Legislature, or any state legislative or executive body to include a signed statement by the head of the agency or department declaring that the factual contents of the written report are true, accurate, and complete to the best of his or her knowledge.
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  AB 1643 (Gonzalez D)   Employment: employer obligations.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/11/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/11/2016
  Summary: Current law requires an employer to post specified wage and hour information in a location where it can be viewed by employees. Current law further requires an employer to provide each employee, as defined, at the time of hiring, with a notice that specifies the rate and the basis of the employee's wages and to notify each employee in writing of any changes to the information set forth in the notice, as specified. This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to the latter provision.
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  AB 1648 (Wilk R)   Public records.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/12/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/12/2016
  Summary: Would prohibit a state or local agency from selling, exchanging, furnishing, or otherwise providing a public record subject to disclosure to a private entity in a manner that prevents a member of the public from sharing, distributing, or publishing the public record subject to disclosure. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
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  AB 1681 (Cooper D)   Smartphones.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/20/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/20/2016
  Summary: Would require a smartphone that is manufactured on or after January 1, 2017, and sold in California, to be capable of being decrypted and unlocked by its manufacturer or its operating system provider. The bill would, except as provided, subject a seller or lessor that knowingly failed to comply with that requirement to a civil penalty of $2,500 for each smartphone sold or leased. The bill would prohibit a seller or lessor who has paid this civil penalty from passing any portion of the penalty on to purchasers of smartphones. The bill would authorize only the Attorney General or a district attorney to bring a civil suit to enforce these provisions.
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  AB 1707 (Linder R)   Public records: response to request.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/25/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/25/2016
  Summary: The California Public Records Act requires state and local agencies to make public records available for inspection, unless an exemption from disclosure applies. The act requires a response to a written request for public records that includes a denial of the request, in whole or in part, to be in writing. This bill instead would require that response to be in writing regardless of whether the request was in writing. The bill would require that written response additionally to include a list that contains the title or other identification of each record requested but withheld due to an exemption and the specific exemption that applies to that record.
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  AB 1735 (Waldron R)   Information Practices Act of 1977: personal information.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/1/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/1/2016
  Summary: The Information Practices Act of 1977 prescribes requirements for state agencies for the maintenance of personal information, as defined, and restricts a state agency from disclosing personal information contained in its records, as specified. The act, among other things, prohibits a state agency from distributing for commercial purposes, selling, or renting an individual's name and address unless specifically authorized by law. This bill would make technical, nonsubstantive changes to that provision.
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  AB 1758 (Stone, Mark D)   Telecommunications: California Advanced Services Fund.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/2/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/2/2016
  Summary: Current law requires the Public Utilities Commission to give priority to projects that provide last-mile broadband access to households that are unserved by an existing facilities-based broadband provider. Current law establishes that the goal of the CASF program is, no later than December 31, 2015, to approve funding for infrastructure projects that will provide broadband access to no less than 98% of California households. Current law authorizes the commission to collect a surcharge for deposit into the CASF not to exceed $315,000,000 in total and authorizes the surcharge until 2020. This bill would extend to December 31, 2023, the time period for meeting the program goal and would specify the threshold speeds to be met in achieving the goal.
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  AB 1769 (Rodriguez D)   911 emergency system: nuisance communications.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/3/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/3/2016
  Summary: Current law makes it an offense for a person to telephone the 911 emergency system with the intent to annoy or harass another person, and makes the offender liable for all reasonable costs incurred by any unnecessary emergency response. This bill would expand those provisions to include communicating with the 911 emergency system using an electronic communication device for those purposes. This bill contains other related provisions and other current laws.
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  AB 1773 (Obernolte R)   Local government renewable energy self-generation program.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/3/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/3/2016
  Summary: Under current law, the Public Utilities Commission is vested with regulatory authority over public utilities. Current law authorizes a local governmental entity, except a joint powers authority, to receive a bill credit to a designated benefiting account, for electricity exported to the electrical grid by an eligible renewable generating facility and requires the commission to adopt a rate tariff for the benefiting account. This bill would include as a local governmental entity for this purpose a joint powers authority. This bill contains other related provisions and other current laws.
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  AB 1775 (Obernolte R)   Public utilities: rates.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/3/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/3/2016
  Summary: Current law authorizes the Public Utilities Commission to fix the rates and charges for every public utility, and requires that those rates and charges be just and reasonable. Current law requires a public utility to furnish and maintain such adequate, efficient, just, and reasonable service, instrumentalities, equipment, and facilities as are necessary to promote the safety, health, comfort, and convenience of its patrons, employees, and the public. This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to these provisions.
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  SB 69 (Leno D)   Budget Act of 2015.
  Current Text: Amended: 5/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/9/2015
  Last Amend: 5/27/2015
  Summary: This bill would make appropriations for support of state government for the 2015-16 fiscal year. This bill contains other related provisions.
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  SB 486 (McGuire D)   Telecommunications: reliability standards: 911 emergency service.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 4/6/2015
  Summary: Would require the Public Utilities Commission, when considering the need for reliability standards, to consider standards governing the construction, operation, and maintenance of utility boxes, serving area interfaces, cross-connect facilities, cabinets, vaults, pedestals, and similar equipment located outside telephone corporation plant environments, particularly in areas that have previously experienced damage that caused a 911 outage, where the equipment is located in areas of high risk of vandalism or accidental damage and in areas lacking redundancy for backup of the main network facilities serving the area. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
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  SB 494 (Hill D)   Emergency services: seismic safety and earthquake-related programs.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 9/3/2015
  Summary: Current law requires, subject to the identification of funding by January 1, 2016, various entities, including the Office of Emergency Services, through a public-private partnership, to develop a comprehensive statewide earthquake early warning system in California that includes certain features, including the installation of field sensors. Current law repeals this early warning system requirement on January 1, 2016, if the funding is not identified. It also requires the office to file with the Secretary of State a determination that funding was not identified by January 1, 2016. This bill would instead require the identification of funding for the earthquake early warning system to occur by July 1, 2016, and would make conforming changes.
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  SB 500 (Hertzberg D)   Personal income taxes: nonresident de minimis income.
  Current Text: Amended: 8/18/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 8/18/2015
  Summary: Would provide, for purposes of computing the taxable income of a nonresident , that the gross income of a nonresident from sources within this state does not include "de minimis income," defined as compensation subject to specified withholding if the nonresident has no other income from sources within this state, is present in this state to perform employment duties on behalf of an employer and any other related person for not more than 20 calendar days during the taxable year in which the compensation is received, if the compensation is received on or after January 1, 2016, for any part of the taxable year during which the taxpayer was not a resident of this state, and the nonresident's state of residence provides a substantially similar exclusion or does not impose an individual income tax.
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  SB 661 (Hill D)   Protection of subsurface installations.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Current law requires every operator of a subsurface installation, except the Department of Transportation, to become a member of, participate in, and share in the costs of, a regional notification center. Current law requires any person who plans to conduct any excavation to contact the appropriate regional notification center before commencing that excavation, as specified. Current law defines a subsurface installation as any underground pipeline, conduit, duct, wire, or other structure. This bill, the Dig Safe Act of 2016, would declare the need to clarify and revise these provisions. The bill would define and redefine various terms relating to a regional notification center.
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  SB 816 (Hill D)   State Board of Equalization: members: contributions.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/4/2016
  Summary: The Quentin L. Kopp Conflict of Interest Act of 1990 requires a party to, or a participant in, an adjudicatory proceeding pending before the State Board of Equalization to disclose on the record of the proceeding any contribution or contributions in an aggregate amount of $250 or more made within the preceding 12 months by the party or participant, or his or her agent, to any member of the board. A person who knowingly or willfully violates any provision of the act is guilty of a misdemeanor. This bill would delete the $250 limitation and instead apply the above-described disclosure and disqualification provisions if a board member receives any contribution from a party, agent, or participant, as provided.
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  SB 885 (Wolk D)   Construction contracts: indemnity.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/19/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/19/2016
  Summary: Would specify, for construction contracts entered into on or after January 1, 2017, that a design professional, as defined, only has the duty to defend claims that arise out of, or pertain or relate to, negligence, recklessness, or willful misconduct of the design professional. Under the bill, a design professional would not have a duty to defend claims against any other person or entity arising from a construction project, except that person or entity's reasonable defense costs arising out of the design professional's degree of fault, as specified.
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  SB 899 (Hueso D)   Gender discrimination.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/21/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/21/2016
  Summary: Current law requires specified business establishments to disclose in writing the pricing for each standard service, as defined, to display, in a specified manner, a sign stating that it is illegal to base pricing on gender and that a complete price list is available upon request, and to display, in a specified manner, a price list, and to provide the customer with a copy of the complete price list upon request. This bill would prohibit this discrimination with respect to the price charged for goods.
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  SB 949 (Jackson D)   Emergency services: critical infrastructure information.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/4/2016
  Summary: Would authorize the Governor to require owners and operators of critical infrastructure to submit critical infrastructure information, as those terms are defined, to the Office of Emergency Services, or any other designee, for the purposes of gathering, analyzing, communicating, or disclosing critical infrastructure information, as provided. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
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  SB 954 (Hertzberg D)   Public works: prevailing wage: per diem wages.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/4/2016
  Summary: Would require per diem wages to include industry advancement and collective bargaining agreements administrative fees, provided that the employer is required by a collective bargaining agreement to make those payments. The bill would also exclude from per diem wages, employer payments for other purposes similar to certain apprenticeship or other training programs, worker protection and assistance programs or committees established under the federal Labor Management Cooperation Act of 1978, and industry advancement and collective bargaining agreements administrative fees. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
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  SCA 3 (Morrell R)   Legislative procedure.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/4/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/4/2015
  Summary: Would prohibit either house of the Legislature from passing a bill until the bill, in the form to be voted on, has been made available to the public, in print and published on the Internet, for at least 72 hours preceding the vote. This requirement would not apply to specified urgency bills upon the submission by the Governor to the Legislature of a written statement declaring that dispensing with the requirement is necessary to address a state of emergency.
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  SCA 5 (Hancock D)   Local government finance.
  Current Text: Amended: 7/16/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 3/26/2015
  Last Amend: 7/16/2015
  Summary: Would exempt from taxation for each taxpayer an amount up to $500,000 of tangible personal property used for business purposes. This measure would prohibit the Legislature from lowering this exemption amount or from changing its application, but would authorize it to be increased consistent with the authority described above. This measure would provide that this provision shall become operative on January 1, 2019. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
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  Broadband



 
  AB 1549 (Wood D)   Department of Transportation: state highway rights-of-way: fiber optic cables: inventory.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/14/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 9/11/2015
  Last Amend: 1/14/2016
  Summary: Would require the Department of Transportation to maintain an inventory of all conduits owned by the department that house fiber optic communication cables, that are located on state highway rights-of-way, and that were installed on or after January 1, 2017, and to make that information available upon request of verified companies or organizations working on broadband deployment.
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            Broadband   


  BUDGET



 
  SB 106 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review)   Public Utilities Commission.
  Current Text: Amended: 9/10/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/9/2015
  Last Amend: 9/10/2015
  Summary: The Public Utilities Act provides that the office of the PUC shall be in the City and County of San Francisco, requires that the PUC hold its sessions at least once in each calendar month in the City and County of San Francisco, and authorizes the PUC to also meet at those other times and places as may be expedient and necessary for the proper performance of its duties. This bill would require that the PUC hold its sessions at least once in each calendar month in the City and County of San Francisco or the City of Sacramento. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
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            BUDGET, Public Utilities Comm.   


  Business



 
  AB 16 (Waldron R)   Income taxes: credit: video games.
  Current Text: Introduced: 12/1/2014   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Summary: The Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law allow various credits against the taxes imposed by those laws. This bill would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation to establish a tax credit for the video game industry.
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            Business, TAX   
 
  AB 57 (Quirk D)   Telecommunications: wireless telecommunication facilities.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/2/2014
  Last Amend: 8/18/2015
  Summary: Would provide that a collocation or siting application for a wireless telecommunications facility is deemed approved if the city or county fails to approve or disapprove the application within the reasonable time periods specified in applicable decisions of the Federal Communications Commission, all required public notices have been provided regarding the application, and the applicant has provided a notice to the city or county that the reasonable time period has lapsed. This bill contains other existing laws.
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            Business   
 
  AB 151 (Rodriguez D)   Income taxes: credits: apprenticeships.
  Current Text: Amended: 5/20/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/15/2015
  Last Amend: 5/20/2015
  Summary: Current law provides for the establishment of apprenticeship programs in various trades, to be approved by the Chief of the Division of Apprenticeship Standards in any trade in the state or in a city or trade area whenever the apprentice training needs justify the establishment. This bill, for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2016, and before January 1, 2020, would allow a credit against the taxes imposed under those tax laws in an amount equal to $1 for each hour a registered apprentice worked in the taxable year, up to $2,000 each for up to 10 registered apprentices , as defined, trained by the taxpayer in the taxable year.
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            Business, TAX   
 
  AB 351 (Jones-Sawyer D)   Public contracts: small business participation.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/17/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/17/2015
  Summary: Would require all state agencies, departments, boards, and commissions to establish and achieve an annual goal of 25% small business participation in state procurements and contracts, to ensure that the state's procurement and contract processes are administered in order to meet or exceed the goal, and to report to the director statistics regarding small business participation in the agency's procurements and contracts. This bill contains other related provisions.
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            Business, Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 806 (Dodd D)   Planning and zoning: permits: strand-mounted antenna.
  Current Text: Amended: 7/13/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 7/13/2015
  Summary: Would require state and local agencies to encourage the installation of broadband by eliminating barriers that restrict broadband deployment. The bill would also require that strand-mounted antennas, as defined, that were previously in accordance with state or local government permitting requirements be exempt from additional permit requirements. The bill would make findings and declarations in this regard including that this constitutes a matter of statewide concern.
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            Business, Local Government   
 
  AB 867 (Wagner R)   Tax administration: refunds: property tax: state assessment: actions.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Summary: Would, notwithstanding existing law regarding the rule of res judicata, where a tax, fee, assessment, surcharge, or other amount levied or collected by the tax agency, which this bill would define to include the board and the Franchise Tax Board, has been determined to have been illegally levied or collected in a final and nonappealable decision of a court of competent jurisdiction, authorize any person who paid that tax, fee, assessment, surcharge, or other amount to file with the tax agency a claim for refund, within one year after the date of the final and nonappealable decision and would require the tax agency to refund the amount so paid.
            Subject   
            Business, TAX   
 
  AB 925 (Low D)   Intentional recording of telephonic communication.
  Current Text: Amended: 5/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 5/11/2015
  Summary: Current law makes it a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine not to exceed $2,500, by imprisonment in county jail for not more than one year or in the state prison, or by both that fine and imprisonment, to intercept or receive and intentionally record, or assist in the interception or receipt and intentional recording of, a communication transmitted between 2 telephonic devices, without the consent of all parties to the communication. This bill would exempt from that prohibition the first 20 seconds of a telephonic communication between a person or business and a current or former customer, or a person reasonably believed to be a current or former customer.
            Subject   
            Business   
 
  AB 1097 (Holden D)   Alarm companies: electronic transactions.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/2/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would provide that contracts for services or other activities relating to installation agreements for alarm systems may be conducted by electronic means. The bill would provide that the provisions of UETA would apply to transactions conducted by persons licensed, certified, or registered pursuant to the Alarm Company Act, for purposes of those installation agreements, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions.
            Subject   
            Business   
 
  AB 1196 (Garcia, Eduardo D)   Commission for Economic Development.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would provide that the purpose of the Commission for Economic Development is to provide that continuing support and guidance on public policies and economic development activities that support job creation and business growth in this state. The bill would additionally authorize the commission to collaborate with statewide and regional organizations on economic and community development initiatives and identify and support this state's access to federal programs, as provided.
            Subject   
            Business, Economic Development   
 
  AB 1199 (Nazarian D)   Income taxes: credits: motion pictures.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: Current law allows additional tax credits for a qualified motion picture for, among other things, 5% of the qualified expenditures related to music scoring and music track recording by musicians attributable to the production of the qualified motion picture in California. This bill would instead authorize that additional 5% for qualified expenditures relating to "qualified music preparation, music scoring, music track recording, and music editing," but would limit the scope of that term to the described activities for which a specified amount of the total expenditures is paid or incurred in California.
            Subject   
            Business, TAX   
 
  AB 1311 (Cooper D)   Temporary services employees: wages.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/7/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 1/7/2016
  Summary: Current law generally requires that an employee of a temporary services employer, as defined, be paid weekly. Current law provides that a violation of these provisions is punishable as a misdemeanor. This bill would, with certain exceptions, make the weekly pay requirement applicable to a security guard employed by a private patrol operator who is a temporary services employer, as provided. This bill contains other related provisions and other current laws.
            Subject   
            Business, Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 1506 (Hernández, Roger D)   Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/2/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 3/4/2015
  Last Amend: 8/31/2015
  Summary: Would provide an employer with the right to cure a violation of the requirement that an employer provide its employees with the inclusive dates of the pay period and the name and address of the legal entity that is the employer before an employee may bring a civil action under the Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004. The bill would provide that a violation of that requirement shall only be considered cured upon a showing that the employer has provided a fully compliant, itemized wage statement to each aggrieved employee, as specified.
            Subject   
            Business   
 
  AB 1552 (Allen, Travis R)   Public contracts: state and local agencies: businesses engaged in boycott.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would, with certain exceptions, prohibit a public entity from entering into a contract to acquire or dispose of goods, services, information technology, or construction unless the contract includes a representation that the contractor is not currently engaged in, and an agreement that the contractor will not during the duration of the contract engage in, the boycott, as defined, of a person or an entity based in or doing business with a jurisdiction with which the state can enjoy open trade, defined as a state that is a member of the World Trade Organization.
            Subject   
            Business   
 
  AB 1676 (Campos D)   Employers: salary information.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/19/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/19/2016
  Summary: Would prohibit an employer, including state and local government employers, from seeking salary history information about an applicant for employment, except as otherwise provided. The bill would require an employer, except state and local government employers, upon reasonable request, to provide the pay scale for a position to an applicant for employment. The bill would specify that a violation of its provisions would not be subject to the misdemeanor provision.
            Subject   
            Business, Labor / Employment   
 
  SB 761 (Hall D)   Advertising: Internet private residence rental listings: notice.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 9/1/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 7/9/2015
  Summary: Would require a hosting platform, as defined, to provide a specific notice to an occupant listing a residence for short-term rental on a hosting platform that states, among other things, that, if the occupant is a tenant, listing the room, home, condominium, or apartment may violate the lease or contract and could result in legal action by the landlord, including possible eviction.
            Subject   
            Business   


  CASF



 
  AB 238 (Stone, Mark D)   Telecommunications: California Advanced Services Fund.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/5/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Current law requires the Public Utilities Commission to develop, implement, and administer the CASF to encourage deployment of high-quality advanced communications services to all Californians. Current law establishes that the goal of the program is, no later than December 31, 2015, to approve funding for infrastructure projects that will provide broadband access to no less than 98% of California households. This bill would extend to December 31, 2020, the time period for meeting the program goal and would specify the threshold speeds to be met in achieving the goal.
            Subject   
            CASF, Internet   
 
  AB 1262 (Wood D)   Telecommunications: universal service: California Advanced Services Fund.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 9/2/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: Would require that of the moneys collected for California Advanced Services Fund on and after January 1, 2011, $15,000,000 is to be deposited into the Rural and Urban Regional Broadband Consortia Grant Account and used for specified purposes, and $10,000,000 is to be deposited into the Broadband Infrastructure Revolving Loan Account and used for specified purposes. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            CASF   
 
  SB 745 (Hueso D)   Telecommunications: universal service: California Advanced Services Fund.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Current law establishes the Rural and Urban Regional Broadband Consortia Grant Account within the CASF. Current law provides that moneys in the Rural and Urban Regional Broadband Consortia Grant Account are available for grants to eligible consortia to fund the cost of broadband deployment activities other than the capital cost of facilities, as specified by the commission. This bill would specifically include representatives of workforce organizations and air pollution control or air quality management districts amongst the persons that can be included in an eligible consortium.
            Subject   
            CASF   


  CEQA



 
  AB 1068 (Allen, Travis R)   California Environmental Quality Act: priority projects.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Summary: Would authorize each Member of the Legislature to nominate one project within his or her respective district each year, and the Governor to designate those projects as priority projects if the projects meet specified requirements. The bill would require the Governor to provide a notice of the designation to the appropriate lead agency and to the Office of Planning and Research. The bill would require the lead agency to notify the public and interested stakeholders of the designation, as specified, thereby imposing a state-mandated local program.
            Subject   
            CEQA   
 
  SB 122 (Jackson D)   California Environmental Quality Act: record of proceedings.
  Current Text: Amended: 6/1/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/15/2015
  Last Amend: 6/1/2015
  Summary: CEQA establishes a procedure for the preparation and certification of the record of proceedings upon the filing of an action or proceeding challenging a lead agency's action on the grounds of noncompliance with CEQA. This bill would require the lead agency, at the request of a project applicant and consent of the lead agency, to prepare a record of proceedings concurrently with the preparation of a negative declaration, mitigated negative declaration, EIR, or other environmental document for projects. This bill contains other related provisions.
            Subject   
            CEQA   


  Drones



 
  AB 56 (Quirk D)   Unmanned aircraft systems.
  Current Text: Amended: 9/4/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/2/2014
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would generally prohibit law enforcement agencies from using unmanned aircraft systems, obtaining an unmanned aircraft system from another public agency by contract, loan, or other arrangement, or using information obtained from an unmanned aircraft system used by another public agency, except as provided by the bill' s provisions. The bill would authorize a law enforcement agency to use an unmanned aircraft system if the law enforcement agency complies with specified requirements.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  AB 1724 (Waldron R)   Unmanned aircraft: identification requirements.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/28/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/28/2016
  Summary: Would require, beginning January 1, 2017, a person or public or private entity that owns or operates an unmanned aircraft, as defined, to place specified identifying information or digitally store identifying information on that unmanned aircraft. The bill would exempt model aircraft, as defined, from that requirement. The bill would make a person or entity that violates that provision liable for a civil fine not to exceed $2,500. The bill would authorize the Attorney General, a district attorney, county counsel, or a city attorney to bring an action to recover that fine, as specified.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 142 (Jackson D)   Civil law: unmanned aerial vehicles.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 9/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/26/2015
  Last Amend: 6/30/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #6  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Would extend liability for wrongful occupation of real property and damages to a person who operates an unmanned aircraft or unmanned aircraft system, as defined, less than 350 feet above ground level within the airspace overlaying the real property, without the express permission of the person or entity with the legal authority to grant access or without legal authority. This bill contains other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 170 (Gaines R)   Unmanned aircraft systems: correctional facilities.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/3/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/5/2015
  Last Amend: 9/1/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #9  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Would make a person who knowingly and intentionally operates an unmanned aircraft system on or above the grounds of a state prison or a jail guilty of a misdemeanor. The bill would make these misdemeanor provisions inapplicable to a person employed by the prison or jail acting within the scope of his or her employment, or a person who receives prior permission from the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation or the county sheriff.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 263 (Gaines R)   Protective orders: use of an unmanned aircraft system.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/18/2015
  Last Amend: 4/6/2015
  Summary: Would specifically prohibit a person subject to certain protective orders, when the person is prohibited by the protective order from coming within a specified distance of another person, from operating an unmanned aircraft system in a way that causes an unmanned aircraft, as those terms are defined, to fly within the prohibited distance of the other person, or from capturing images of the other person by using an unmanned aircraft system. By creating a new crime, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 271 (Gaines R)   Unmanned aircraft systems.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/3/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/19/2015
  Last Amend: 9/1/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #10  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Would, unless authorized by federal law, make it an infraction to knowingly and intentionally operate an unmanned aircraft or unmanned aircraft system on the grounds of, or less than 350 feet above ground level within the airspace overlaying, a public school providing instruction in kindergarten or grades 1 to 12, inclusive, during school hours and without the written permission of the school principal or higher authority, or his or her designee, or equivalent school authority.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 808 (Gaines R)   Protective orders: unmanned aircraft systems.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would specifically prohibit a person who is prohibited from coming within a specified distance of another person, from operating an unmanned aircraft system in a way that causes an unmanned aircraft, as those terms are defined, to fly within the prohibited distance of the other person, or from capturing images of the other person by using an unmanned aircraft system. By creating a new crime, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 809 (Gaines R)   Unmanned aircraft systems.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would, unless authorized by federal law, make it an infraction to knowingly and intentionally operate an unmanned aircraft or unmanned aircraft system on the grounds of, or less than 350 feet above ground level within the airspace overlaying, a public school providing instruction in kindergarten or grades 1 to 12, inclusive, during school hours and without the written permission of the school principal or higher authority, or his or her designee, or equivalent school authority.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   


  Economic Development



 
  AB 2 (Alejo D)   Community revitalization authority.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 9/22/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would authorize certain local agencies to form a community revitalization authority (authority) within a community revitalization and investment area, as defined, to carry out provisions of the Community Redevelopment Law in that area for purposes related to, among other things, infrastructure, affordable housing, and economic revitalization.
            Subject   
            Economic Development, Local Government   
 
  AB 3 (Williams D)   Isla Vista Community Services District.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/7/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 9/9/2015
  Summary: Would authorize the establishment of the Isla Vista Community Services District by requiring the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara to submit a resolution of application to the Santa Barbara County Local Agency Formation Commission, and, upon direction by the commission, place the questions of whether the district should be established and whether a utility user tax should be imposed on the ballot at the next countywide election following the completion of the review by the commission. By imposing new duties on the County of Santa Barbara, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.
            Subject   
            Economic Development, Local Government   
 
  AB 1196 (Garcia, Eduardo D)   Commission for Economic Development.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would provide that the purpose of the Commission for Economic Development is to provide that continuing support and guidance on public policies and economic development activities that support job creation and business growth in this state. The bill would additionally authorize the commission to collaborate with statewide and regional organizations on economic and community development initiatives and identify and support this state's access to federal programs, as provided.
            Subject   
            Business, Economic Development   
 
  AB 1348 (Irwin D)   State Clearinghouse.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/14/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 1/14/2016
  Summary: Would establish a federal grant administrator, within the State Clearinghouse, who is designated by the Governor and authorized to serve as a primary point of contact for information on federal grants related to community, economic, and local development, and serve as a coordinator to manage and maximize federal grant opportunities within the state, as provided. The bill would further authorize the federal grant administrator to maintain information on the Office of Planning and Research's Internet Web site relating to federal grants.
            Subject   
            Economic Development   


  Education



 
  AB 631 (Bonilla D)   School finance: Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards Implementation Fund Act.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/24/2015
  Last Amend: 3/26/2015
  Summary: Would establish the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards Implementation Fund Act, to be implemented if funds are received in the annual Budget Act or another statute, as specified. The bill would require the Superintendent of Public Instruction to allocate funds for the 2015-16 fiscal year to local educational agencies, as defined, on the basis of an equal amount per pupil based on the prior year's enrollment for specified purposes relating to the integration of common core academic content standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and English language development standards in schools.
            Subject   
            Education   
 
  AB 699 (Olsen R)   Education technology: grants.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/25/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/25/2015
  Summary: Current law establishes the Education Technology Grant Act of 2002 to provide technology education grants to school district applicants for schools serving pupils in grades 4 to 8, inclusive, consistently with federal law. Current law defines "school district" for purposes of the act. This bill would make a nonsubstantive change to that definition.
            Subject   
            Education   
 
  AB 934 (Bonilla D)   Education technology: K-12 High-Speed Network: professional development.
  Current Text: Amended: 7/2/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 7/2/2015
  Summary: Would require the K-12 HSN advisory board to, with funds appropriated pursuant to a certain appropriation, create a program, and offer to enter into an interagency agreement with the Office of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges, to develop a sustainable training model that provides ongoing professional development to local educational agency staff on all elements of technical support, as provided.
            Subject   
            Education, Internet   
 
  SB 318 (Morrell R)   Education technology and digital resources training pilot program.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/23/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Last Amend: 4/23/2015
  Summary: Would appropriate, for the 2015-16 fiscal year, $1,000,000 from the General Fund to the Superintendent of Public Instruction to be allocated to applicant local educational agencies for the purpose of implementing a pilot program to train kindergarten and grades 1 to 12, inclusive, teachers to more effectively utilize technology and digital resources within their instructional day, while also measuring and teaching the critical 21st century skills pupils need to succeed on California's next-generation online assessments, as well as to prepare pupils for college and career objectives, thereby making an appropriation.
            Subject   
            Education   


  Emergency Alert



 
  AB 8 (Gatto D)   Emergency services: hit-and-run incidents.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 9/28/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 7/6/2015
  Summary: Would authorize a law enforcement agency to issue a Yellow Alert if a person has been killed or has suffered serious bodily injury due to a hit-and-run incident and the law enforcement agency has specified information concerning the suspect or the suspect's vehicle. The bill would authorize the Department of the California Highway Patrol to activate a Yellow Alert within the requested geographic area upon request if it concurs with the law enforcement agency that specified requirements are met.
            Subject   
            Emergency Alert   
 
  AB 510 (Rodriguez D)   Wireless 911 calls: emergency telephone user surcharge.
  Current Text: Amended: 7/15/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Last Amend: 7/15/2015
  Summary: Would require the Public Safety Communications Division to require its California 911 Emergency Communications Branch to work with the Department of the California Highway Patrol to continue the work of the Routing on Empirical Data (RED) Project by using the technology and procedures employed in that project to assist in determining whether wireless 911 calls should be routed to a local public safety answering point or a California Highway Patrol call center. The bill would require that the project use historical empirical call data to determine the most efficient routing for wireless 911 calls.
            Subject   
            Emergency Alert   
 
  AB 643 (Nazarian D)   Emergency services: Silver Alerts.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 9/28/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/24/2015
  Last Amend: 4/8/2015
  Summary: Would authorize the Silver Alert to be made by changeable message sign if a law enforcement agency determines that a vehicle may be involved in the missing person incident and specific vehicle identification data is available for public dissemination.
            Subject   
            Emergency Alert   


  Energy Efficiency



 
  AB 213 (Ridley-Thomas D)   Energy efficiency: light emitting diode (LED) lighting products.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/2/2015
  Last Amend: 4/6/2015
  Summary: Current law requires the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission to prescribe energy efficiency standards, including standards applicable to lighting products. This bill would prohibit the commission from adopting a color rendering index (CRI) value greater than the CRI value set forth in the United State Environmental Protection Agency Energy Star program, as a part of energy efficiency standards for lighting products, unless the commission makes certain findings.
            Subject   
            Energy Efficiency   
 
  AB 1094 (Williams D)   Energy usage: plug-in equipment.
  Current Text: Amended: 5/12/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 5/12/2015
  Summary: Would require the Energy Commission, in collaboration with the Public Utilities Commission, to conduct an analysis of plug-in equipment electricity consumption, as specified, and set statewide, long-term energy efficiency targets to reduce the amount of electricity consumed by plug-in equipment. The bill would require the Energy Commission, in collaboration with the Public Utilities Commission, to develop, track the progress of, revise, and update an implementation plan to achieve those targets, as specified.
            Subject   
            Energy Efficiency   
 
  AB 1480 (Patterson R)   Energy efficiency.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: Current law authorizes the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission to prescribe, by regulation, appliance efficiency standards, based on reasonable use patterns, to promote the use of energy and water efficient appliances. This bill would make nonsubstantive revisions to that provision.
            Subject   
            Energy Efficiency   


  EWaste/Recycling



 
  AB 45 (Mullin D)   Household hazardous waste.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/21/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 1/21/2016
  Summary: Would require the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery to adopt one or more model ordinances for a comprehensive program for the collection of household hazardous waste and would authorize a local jurisdiction that provides for the residential collection and disposal of solid waste that proposes to enact an ordinance governing the collection and diversion of household hazardous waste to adopt one of the model ordinances adopted by the department.
            Subject   
            EWaste/Recycling   
 
  AB 273 (Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materi)   Hazardous waste and substances: corrective action: liability.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/2/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/11/2015
  Last Amend: 7/8/2015
  Summary: Current law authorizes the Attorney General to recover from the liable person, as defined, the costs incurred by the Department of Toxic Substances Control or a California regional water quality control board in carrying out the Carpenter-Presley-Tanner Hazardous Substance Account Act and subjects any monetary obligation owed to the department pursuant to the act or the hazardous waste control laws to a specified rate of interest earned in the Surplus Money Investment Fund. This bill would explicitly apply each of these provisions regarding a person's liability for cost recovery to the release of hazardous waste constituents into the environment. The bill would also explicitly make the costs of response or corrective action recoverable.
            Subject   
            EWaste/Recycling   
 
  AB 640 (Dahle R)   Household hazardous waste.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/24/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/24/2015
  Summary: Current law authorizes public agencies to operate household hazardous waste collection facilities, as defined, and specifies conditions for the transportation of household hazardous waste. This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to the definitions pertaining to those provisions.
            Subject   
            EWaste/Recycling   
 
  AB 1019 (Garcia, Eduardo D)   Metal theft and related recycling crimes.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Summary: Would, until January 1, 2020, require the Department of Justice to establish a Metal Theft Task Force Program designed to enhance the capacity of the department to serve as the lead law enforcement agency in the investigation and prosecution of illegal recycling operations, and metal theft and related recycling crimes, and would authorize the department to enter into partnerships, as defined, with local law enforcement agencies, regional task forces, and district attorneys for the purpose of achieving the goals of the program.
            Subject   
            EWaste/Recycling   


  High Tech Crime/Piracy



 
  AB 32 (Waldron R)   Computer crimes.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/8/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 7/15/2015
  Summary: Current law establishes various crimes relating to computer services and systems. This bill would clarify the criminal penalties for specified computer crimes by making a person who violates those provisions guilty of a felony, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for 16 months, or 2 or 3 years and a fine not exceeding $10,000, or a misdemeanor, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year, by a fine not exceeding $5,000, or by both that fine and imprisonment.
            Subject   
            High Tech Crime/Piracy, PRIVACY   
 
  AB 195 (Chau D)   Unauthorized access to computer systems.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/7/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/28/2015
  Last Amend: 6/23/2015
  Summary: Current law makes it a crime for a person, with the intent that the crime be committed, to solicit another to commit or join in the commission of prescribed crimes. This bill would expand these provisions to make it a crime for a person, with the intent that the crime be committed, to solicit another to commit or join in the commission of the access crimes related to computer services and systems. The bill would make it a crime to offer to obtain or procure assistance for another to obtain unauthorized access, or to assist others in locating hacking services, as defined.
            Subject   
            High Tech Crime/Piracy, PRIVACY   
 
  AB 1241 (Calderon D)   Crimes: audiovisual work: recording.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 3/26/2015
  Summary: Current law makes it a crime for a person to, for commercial advantage or private financial gain, knowingly advertise or offer for sale or resale, or sell or resell, or cause the rental, sale, or resale of, or rent, or manufacturer, or possess for these purposes, any recording or audiovisual work, the outside cover, box, jacket, or label of which does not clearly and conspicuously disclose the actual true name and address of the manufacturer of the recording or audiovisual work and the name of the actual author, artist, performer, producer, programmer, or group. This bill would provide that the punishment for a 2nd or subsequent offense for those certain violations would be imprisonment in a county jail not to exceed one year, or imprisonment for a felony, or by a fine of not less than $1,000, but not to exceed $200,000, or by both that fine and imprisonment.
            Subject   
            High Tech Crime/Piracy   
 
  SB 110 (Fuller R)   Threats: schools.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 9/8/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/9/2015
  Last Amend: 8/17/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #3  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Would make a person who, by any means, including, but not limited to, by means of an electronic act, willfully threatens unlawful violence to another person to occur upon the grounds of a school, as defined, with specific intent and under certain circumstances, and that threat creates a disruption at the school, guilty of a misdemeanor or felony punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for a specified term. By creating a new crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            High Tech Crime/Piracy   
 
  SB 676 (Cannella R)   Disorderly conduct: invasion of privacy.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 9/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 7/2/2015
  Summary: Current law provides for forfeiture by a defendant of illegal telecommunications equipment, or a computer, computer system, or computer network, and any software or data that was used in committing specified crimes, including depiction of a person under 18 years of age personally engaging in or personally simulating sexual conduct. This bill would make the forfeiture provisions described above applicable to illegal telecommunications equipment, or a computer, computer system, or computer network, and any software or data, when used in committing a violation of disorderly conduct related to invasion of privacy, as specified.
            Subject   
            High Tech Crime/Piracy   


  Internet



 
  AB 238 (Stone, Mark D)   Telecommunications: California Advanced Services Fund.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/5/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Current law requires the Public Utilities Commission to develop, implement, and administer the CASF to encourage deployment of high-quality advanced communications services to all Californians. Current law establishes that the goal of the program is, no later than December 31, 2015, to approve funding for infrastructure projects that will provide broadband access to no less than 98% of California households. This bill would extend to December 31, 2020, the time period for meeting the program goal and would specify the threshold speeds to be met in achieving the goal.
            Subject   
            CASF, Internet   
 
  AB 934 (Bonilla D)   Education technology: K-12 High-Speed Network: professional development.
  Current Text: Amended: 7/2/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 7/2/2015
  Summary: Would require the K-12 HSN advisory board to, with funds appropriated pursuant to a certain appropriation, create a program, and offer to enter into an interagency agreement with the Office of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges, to develop a sustainable training model that provides ongoing professional development to local educational agency staff on all elements of technical support, as provided.
            Subject   
            Education, Internet   


  Labor / Employment



 
  AB 67 (Gonzalez D)   Double Pay on the Holiday Act of 2016.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/25/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/17/2014
  Last Amend: 1/25/2016
  Summary: Would enact the Double Pay on the Holiday Act of 2016 that would require an employer to pay at least 2 times the regular rate of pay to an employee at retail and grocery establishments, as defined, except employees in specified categories, for work on a family holiday, as defined. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 304 (Gonzalez D)   Sick leave: accrual and limitations.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 7/13/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/12/2015
  Last Amend: 6/22/2015
  Summary: The Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Act of 2014 provides, among other things, that an employee who, on or after July 1, 2015, works in California for 30 or more days within a year from the commencement of employment is entitled to paid sick days for prescribed purposes, to be accrued at a rate of no less than one hour for every 30 hours worked. This bill would require that the employee do that work for the same employer in order to qualify for accrued sick leave under these provisions. This bill would exclude a retired annuitant of a public entity, as specified, from the definition of employee under these provisions.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 326 (Frazier D)   Public works: prevailing wage rates: wage and penalty assessments.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/13/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Current law requires the Labor Commissioner to issue a civil wage and penalty assessment to a contractor or subcontractor, or both, if the Labor Commissioner determines, after investigation, that the contractor or subcontractor, or both, violated the laws regulating public works contracts, including the payment of prevailing wages. This bill would require the department to release the funds deposited in escrow plus interest earned to those persons and entities within 30 days following the conclusion of all administrative and judicial review. This bill contains other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 357 (Chiu D)   Employment: work hours: Fair Scheduling Act of 2015.
  Current Text: Amended: 6/1/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/17/2015
  Last Amend: 6/1/2015
  Summary: Would make legislative findings and declarations relating to work hour scheduling for employees of food and general retail establishments. The bill would require a food and general retail establishment, as defined, to provide its employees with at least 2 weeks' notice of their schedules. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 471 (Harper R)   Employment.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/23/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Summary: Current law prohibits, subject to certain exceptions, an employer from requiring an employee to work more than 5 hours per day without providing a meal period. This bill would make a nonsubstantive change to those provisions.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 676 (Calderon D)   Employment: discrimination: status as unemployed.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/10/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/25/2015
  Last Amend: 8/31/2015
  Summary: Would, on and after July 1, 2016, prohibit an employer from publishing an advertisement or announcement for a job that states or indicates that an unemployed person is not eligible for the job. The bill would prohibit an employer from asking an applicant for employment to disclose, orally or in writing, the applicant's employment status, except as specified.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 984 (Calderon D)   Use of age information in employment.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 3/26/2015
  Summary: Would prohibit an employer from using information regarding a person's age in making any employment decision regarding that person. The bill would also provide that a commercial online entertainment employment service provider, as defined, who accepts payment from persons in California to post resumes and other information online is subject to the antidiscrimination laws of California.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 1007 (McCarty D)   Minimum wage.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 3/26/2015
  Summary: Current law sets the minimum wage for all industries at $9 per hour and, on January 1, 2016, raises the minimum wage for all industries to $10 per hour. This bill instead would set the minimum wage on and after January 1, 2016, at the amount necessary to keep a family of 3 above the supplemental poverty level.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 1038 (Jones R)   Employment: flexible work schedules.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Summary: Would permit an individual nonexempt employee to request an employee-selected flexible work schedule providing for workdays up to 10 hours per day within a 40-hour workweek, and would allow an employer to implement this schedule without the obligation to pay overtime compensation for those additional hours in a workday, except as specified. The bill would require that the flexible work schedule contain specified information and the employer's and the employee's original signature.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 1311 (Cooper D)   Temporary services employees: wages.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/7/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 1/7/2016
  Summary: Current law generally requires that an employee of a temporary services employer, as defined, be paid weekly. Current law provides that a violation of these provisions is punishable as a misdemeanor. This bill would, with certain exceptions, make the weekly pay requirement applicable to a security guard employed by a private patrol operator who is a temporary services employer, as provided. This bill contains other related provisions and other current laws.
            Subject   
            Business, Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 1404 (Grove R)   Income taxes: credit: employees with disabilities.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: The Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law allow various credits against the taxes imposed by those laws. This bill, for taxable years beginning January 1, 2016, would allow a credit under those laws to an employer who employs in this state, an individual with a disability who may be paid a special minimum wage, and pays the qualified employee a wage equal to or exceeding the minimum wage during the taxable year. The credit would be allowed in an amount equal to the difference between the special minimum wage and the minimum wage. This bill contains other related provisions.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  AB 1676 (Campos D)   Employers: salary information.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/19/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/19/2016
  Summary: Would prohibit an employer, including state and local government employers, from seeking salary history information about an applicant for employment, except as otherwise provided. The bill would require an employer, except state and local government employers, upon reasonable request, to provide the pay scale for a position to an applicant for employment. The bill would specify that a violation of its provisions would not be subject to the misdemeanor provision.
            Subject   
            Business, Labor / Employment   
 
  SB 3 (Leno D)   Minimum wage: adjustment.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 3/11/2015
  Summary: Would increase the minimum wage, on and after January 1, 2016, to not less than $11 per hour, and on and after July 1, 2017, to not less than $13 per hour. The bill wouldrequire, commencing January 1, 2019, the annual automatic adjustment of the minimum wage to maintain employee purchasing power diminished by the rate of inflation during the previous year. The adjustment would be calculated using the California Consumer Price Index, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  SB 358 (Jackson D)   Conditions of employment: gender wage differential.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/24/2015
  Last Amend: 7/9/2015
  Summary: Current law makes it a misdemeanor for an employer or other person acting either individually or as an officer, agent, or employee of another person to pay or cause to be paid to any employee a wage less than the rate paid to an employee of the opposite sex as required by specified provisions, or who reduces the wages of any employee in order to comply with these provisions. This bill would revise that prohibition to eliminate the requirement that the wage differential be within the same establishment, and instead would prohibit an employer from paying any of its employees at wage rates less than those paid to employees of the opposite sex for substantially similar work, when viewed as a composite of skill, effort, and responsibility, as specified.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  SB 579 (Jackson D)   Employees: time off.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 7/16/2015
  Summary: Current law prohibits an employer who employs 25 or more employees working at the same location from discharging or discriminating against an employee who is a parent, guardian, or grandparent having custody of a child in a licensed child day care facility or in kindergarten or grades 1 to 12, inclusive, for taking off up to 40 hours each year for the purpose of participating in school activities. This bill would revise references to a child day care facility to instead refer to a child care provider. The bill would include the addressing of a child care provider emergency or a school emergency, as defined, and the finding, enrolling, or reenrolling of a child in a school or with a child care provider as activities for which a parent having custody of a child shall not be discriminated against or discharged, as described.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   
 
  SB 703 (Leno D)   Public contracts: prohibitions: discrimination.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/7/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 8/31/2015
  Summary: Would prohibit a state agency from entering into contracts for the acquisition of goods or services of $100,000 or more with a contractor that discriminates between employees on the basis of gender identity in the provision of benefits, as specified. By expanding the scope of a crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment, Procurement   
 
  SB 771 (Stone R)   Employment.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: The Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 provides that a civil penalty for a violation of the Labor Code may be recovered through a civil action brought by an aggrieved employee, as specified. This bill would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to that provision.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment   


  Legal



 
  AB 1215 (Ting D)   California Open Data Standard.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 3/26/2015
  Summary: Would enact the California Open Data Act and create the position of the Chief Data Officer, who would be appointed by, and serve at the pleasure of, the Governor, and report to the Secretary of Government Operations. This bill would require the Chief Data Officer to establish the California Open Data Standard, as specified, and require state agencies to make public data, as defined, available on an Internet Web portal pursuant to that standard.
            Subject   
            Legal   
 
  SB 201 (Wieckowski D)   California Public Records Act.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/10/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/10/2015
  Summary: Would require a court, in an action by a third party to enjoin disclosure of a public record or declaratory relief concerning a request to inspect a public record, to apply the provisions of the California Public Records Act as if the action had been initiated by a person requesting disclosure of a public record. The bill would also require the third party seeking an injunction or declaratory relief to provide notice to the person whose request prompted the action at the same time the defendant public agency in the action is served.
            Subject   
            Legal   


  Local Government



 
  AB 2 (Alejo D)   Community revitalization authority.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 9/22/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would authorize certain local agencies to form a community revitalization authority (authority) within a community revitalization and investment area, as defined, to carry out provisions of the Community Redevelopment Law in that area for purposes related to, among other things, infrastructure, affordable housing, and economic revitalization.
            Subject   
            Economic Development, Local Government   
 
  AB 3 (Williams D)   Isla Vista Community Services District.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/7/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 9/9/2015
  Summary: Would authorize the establishment of the Isla Vista Community Services District by requiring the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara to submit a resolution of application to the Santa Barbara County Local Agency Formation Commission, and, upon direction by the commission, place the questions of whether the district should be established and whether a utility user tax should be imposed on the ballot at the next countywide election following the completion of the review by the commission. By imposing new duties on the County of Santa Barbara, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.
            Subject   
            Economic Development, Local Government   
 
  AB 806 (Dodd D)   Planning and zoning: permits: strand-mounted antenna.
  Current Text: Amended: 7/13/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 7/13/2015
  Summary: Would require state and local agencies to encourage the installation of broadband by eliminating barriers that restrict broadband deployment. The bill would also require that strand-mounted antennas, as defined, that were previously in accordance with state or local government permitting requirements be exempt from additional permit requirements. The bill would make findings and declarations in this regard including that this constitutes a matter of statewide concern.
            Subject   
            Business, Local Government   
 
  AB 948 (Patterson R)   Local government: community service districts.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would authorize the board of directors of the Sierra Cedars Community Services District to consist of 3 members, if the board of directors receives a petition signed by a majority of voters requesting a reduction in the number of board members and thereafter adopts a resolution that orders the reduction, as specified. The bill would also authorize the board, if the number of members is reduced to 3, to adopt a resolution to increase the number of members from 3 to 5, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions.
            Subject   
            Local Government   
 
  AB 1666 (Brough R)   Community facilities districts: reports.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/14/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/14/2016
  Summary: The Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982 requires a community facilities district formed after January 1, 1992, to prepare, if requested by a person who resides in or owns property in the district and within 120 days after the last day of each fiscal year, a separate document titled an "Annual Report." This bill would require the legislative body to post, on its Internet Web site, information relating to bonded indebtedness incurred by the district, projects funded by, or that may be funded by, the district, expenses and costs of the district, and special taxes imposed by the district, as specified.
            Subject   
            Local Government   
 
  SB 272 (Hertzberg D)   The California Public Records Act: local agencies: inventory.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/19/2015
  Last Amend: 9/2/2015
  Summary: Would require each local agency, except a local educational agency, in implementing the California Public Records Act, to create a catalog of enterprise systems, as defined, to make the catalog publicly available upon request in the office of the person or officer designated by the agency's legislative body, and to post the catalog on the local agency's Internet Web site.
            Subject   
            Local Government, PRIVACY   


  Miscellaneous



 
  AB 1172 (Chau D)   California cyber security.
  Current Text: Amended: 8/31/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 8/31/2015
  Summary: Would continue in existence the California Cyber Security Task Force, consisting of specified members, previously created by the Governor's Office of Emergency Services and the Department of Technology, in the Governor's Office of Emergency Services. The bill would authorize the task force to convene stakeholders to act in an advisory capacity and compile policy recommendations on cyber security for the state. The bill would require the task force to meet quarterly, or more often as necessitated by emergency circumstances.
            Subject   
            Miscellaneous   


  Political Reform



 
  AB 1200 (Gordon D)   Political Reform Act of 1974: lobbying: procurement contracts.
  Current Text: Amended: 8/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 8/26/2015
  Summary: Would revise the definition of "lobbyist" to include specified conduct by an individual acting on behalf of any person other than his or her employer for the purpose of influencing administrative action that is governmental procurement, which is further defined to include various actions regarding a state procurement contract for which the total estimated cost exceeds $250,000, thereby making the above-described lobbying requirements applicable to the specified attempts to influence governmental procurement. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Political Reform   


  PRIVACY



 
  AB 32 (Waldron R)   Computer crimes.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/8/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 7/15/2015
  Summary: Current law establishes various crimes relating to computer services and systems. This bill would clarify the criminal penalties for specified computer crimes by making a person who violates those provisions guilty of a felony, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for 16 months, or 2 or 3 years and a fine not exceeding $10,000, or a misdemeanor, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year, by a fine not exceeding $5,000, or by both that fine and imprisonment.
            Subject   
            High Tech Crime/Piracy, PRIVACY   
 
  AB 56 (Quirk D)   Unmanned aircraft systems.
  Current Text: Amended: 9/4/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/2/2014
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would generally prohibit law enforcement agencies from using unmanned aircraft systems, obtaining an unmanned aircraft system from another public agency by contract, loan, or other arrangement, or using information obtained from an unmanned aircraft system used by another public agency, except as provided by the bill' s provisions. The bill would authorize a law enforcement agency to use an unmanned aircraft system if the law enforcement agency complies with specified requirements.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  AB 83 (Gatto D)   Personal data.
  Current Text: Amended: 7/15/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/6/2015
  Last Amend: 7/15/2015
  Summary: Current law requires a person or business that owns, licenses, or maintains personal information , as defined, about a California resident to implement and maintain reasonable security procedures and practices appropriate to the nature of the information, to protect the personal information from unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification, or disclosure. This bill would expand the definition of "personal information" for purposes of these provisions to include any unique government-issued identification number, an individual's geophysical location, health insurance, or biometric information, or an individual's signature.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 85 (Wilk R)   Open meetings.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 9/28/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/6/2015
  Last Amend: 4/15/2015
  Summary: Would, under the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act, specify that the definition of "state body" includes an advisory board, advisory commission, advisory committee, advisory subcommittee, or similar multimember advisory body of a state body that consists of 3 or more individuals, as prescribed, except a board, commission, committee, or similar multimember body on which a member of a body serves in his or her official capacity as a representative of that state body and that is supported, in whole or in part, by funds provided by the state body, whether the multimember body is organized and operated by the state body or by a private corporation.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 195 (Chau D)   Unauthorized access to computer systems.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/7/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/28/2015
  Last Amend: 6/23/2015
  Summary: Current law makes it a crime for a person, with the intent that the crime be committed, to solicit another to commit or join in the commission of prescribed crimes. This bill would expand these provisions to make it a crime for a person, with the intent that the crime be committed, to solicit another to commit or join in the commission of the access crimes related to computer services and systems. The bill would make it a crime to offer to obtain or procure assistance for another to obtain unauthorized access, or to assist others in locating hacking services, as defined.
            Subject   
            High Tech Crime/Piracy, PRIVACY   
 
  AB 259 (Dababneh D)   Personal information: privacy.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/9/2015
  Summary: Current law requires an agency that owns or licenses computerized data that includes personal information, as defined, to provide notification of any breach in the security of that data to any California resident whose personal information may have been compromised by the breach, as specified. This bill would additionally require an agency, if the agency was the source of the breach and the breach compromised a person's social security number, driver's license number, or California identification card number, to offer to provide the person with identity theft prevention and mitigation services at no cost for not less than 12 months, as specified.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 426 (Melendez R)   Identity theft.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/19/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/19/2015
  Summary: Current law provides that every person who willfully obtains personal identifying information, as defined, of another person, and uses that information for any unlawful purpose, including to obtain, or attempt to obtain, credit, goods, services, real property, or medical information without the consent of that person, is guilty of a public offense, and upon conviction, shall be punished by a fine, by imprisonment in a county jail not to exceed one year, or by both a fine and imprisonment, or by imprisonment, as specified. This bill would make technical, nonsubstantive changes to that provision.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 441 (Wilk R)   Identity theft: seniors: enhancements.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/23/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Summary: Would provide an enhanced sentence of an additional 2 years imprisonment for a felony conviction when the victim was 65 years of age or older. By increasing the penalties for existing felonies, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 691 (Calderon D)   The Privacy Expectation Afterlife and Choices Act.
  Current Text: Amended: 9/4/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/25/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would establish the Privacy Expectation Afterlife and Choices Act, which would authorize a defined electronic communication service or remote computing service (provider) to disclose specified information pertaining to the account of a deceased user to the personal representative of the decedent's estate or the trustee of the decedent's trust if provided with prescribed information.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 695 (Allen, Travis R)   Internet impersonation: civil cause of action.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/25/2015
  Last Amend: 3/26/2015
  Summary: Would establish a private civil cause of action against any person who knowingly and without consent credibly impersonates another person through or on an Internet Web site or by other electronic means and intentionally induces another to believe the person is the impersonated person, if that other person suffers any general or special damages. The bill would also establish a private civil cause of action against any person who knowingly uses another person's likeness without that person's knowledge or consent, in furtherance of the aforementioned activity, if the person whose likeness was used has sustained general or special damages.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 739 (Irwin D)   Civil law: liability: communication of cyber security-threat information.
  Current Text: Amended: 5/1/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/25/2015
  Last Amend: 5/1/2015
  Summary: Would, until January 1, 2020, provide that there shall be no civil or criminal liability for, and no cause of action shall lie or be maintained against any private entity for the sharing or receiving of cyber security-threat information if the sharing or receiving is conducted, as specified. The immunity from liability would only apply if the communication is made without gross negligence, as specified.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 817 (Calderon D)   Privacy: students.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/13/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 4/13/2015
  Summary: Current law defines an "operator" as the operator of an Internet Web site, online service, online application, or mobile application with actual knowledge that the site, service, or application is used primarily for K-12 school purposes, as defined, and was designed and marketed for K-12 school purposes. Under current law, "K-12 school purposes" means those purposes that customarily take place at the direction of the K-12 school, teacher, or school district or aid in the administration of school activities. This bill would specify that "K-12 school purposes" do not include communications to and from parents or students 14 years of age or older regarding postsecondary or extracurricular educational, military, or career products or services, as specified.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 856 (Calderon D)   Invasion of privacy.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 7/2/2015
  Summary: Would expand liability for physical invasion of privacy to additionally include a person knowingly entering into the airspace above the land of another person without permission, as provided.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 964 (Chau D)   Civil law: privacy.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 9/1/2015
  Summary: Current law requires a person or business conducting business in California, that owns or licenses computerized data that includes personal information, as defined, to disclose in specified ways, a breach of the security of the system or data, as defined, following discovery or notification of the security breach, to any California resident whose unencrypted personal information was, or is reasonably believed to have been, acquired by an unauthorized person. This bill would define "encrypted" for purpose of these provisions to mean rendered unusable, unreadable, or indecipherable to an unauthorized person through a security technology or methodology generally accepted in the field of information technology.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 1116 (Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection)   Connected televisions.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 9/3/2015
  Summary: Would prohibit a person or entity from providing the operation of a voice recognition feature within this state without prominently informing, during the initial setup or installation of a connected television, either the user or the person designated by the user to perform the initial setup or installation of the connected television.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 1121 (Calderon D)   Personal information.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: Current law requires a business to take all reasonable steps to destroy, or arrange for the destruction of, a customer's records within its custody or control containing personal information that are no longer to be retained by the business, as specified. Current law defines business, records, and personal information, among other terms, for these purposes. This bill would make technical, nonsubstantive changes to the definitions described above.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 1192 (Quirk D)   Fair Information Practices Act.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 4/6/2015
  Summary: Would require a person, as defined, that provides a mobile operating system or platform that is used by an operator or developer of a mobile application that collects personal data from an individual California user through the mobile application or an online service to create universal privacy policy standards that are based on certain principles, including, but not limited to, transparency and security. The bill would require that person to conspicuously post those standards on the person's Internet Web site in a digital format that is accessible to all users, and would require a developer or operator of a mobile application using a mobile operating system or platform to accept those universal privacy policy standards, except as specified. The bill would also make legislative findings and declarations regarding those principles.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 1671 (Gomez D)   Confidential video communications: disclosure.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/15/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/15/2016
  Summary: Current law, with specified exemptions, makes it a crime to intentionally record a confidential communication without the consent of all parties to the communication. This bill would declare the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation to prohibit any person from intentionally video recording a confidential communication, or disclosing or distributing that communication, without obtaining the consent of all parties to the communication.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  AB 1724 (Waldron R)   Unmanned aircraft: identification requirements.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/28/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/28/2016
  Summary: Would require, beginning January 1, 2017, a person or public or private entity that owns or operates an unmanned aircraft, as defined, to place specified identifying information or digitally store identifying information on that unmanned aircraft. The bill would exempt model aircraft, as defined, from that requirement. The bill would make a person or entity that violates that provision liable for a civil fine not to exceed $2,500. The bill would authorize the Attorney General, a district attorney, county counsel, or a city attorney to bring an action to recover that fine, as specified.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 34 (Hill D)   Automated license plate recognition systems: use of data.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 9/1/2015
  Summary: Would impose specified requirements on an "ALPR operator" as defined, including, among others, maintaining reasonable security procedures and practices to protect ALPR information and implementing a usage and privacy policy with respect to that information, as specified. The bill would impose similar requirements on an "ALPR end-user," as defined. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  SB 142 (Jackson D)   Civil law: unmanned aerial vehicles.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 9/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/26/2015
  Last Amend: 6/30/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #6  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Would extend liability for wrongful occupation of real property and damages to a person who operates an unmanned aircraft or unmanned aircraft system, as defined, less than 350 feet above ground level within the airspace overlaying the real property, without the express permission of the person or entity with the legal authority to grant access or without legal authority. This bill contains other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 170 (Gaines R)   Unmanned aircraft systems: correctional facilities.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/3/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/5/2015
  Last Amend: 9/1/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #9  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Would make a person who knowingly and intentionally operates an unmanned aircraft system on or above the grounds of a state prison or a jail guilty of a misdemeanor. The bill would make these misdemeanor provisions inapplicable to a person employed by the prison or jail acting within the scope of his or her employment, or a person who receives prior permission from the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation or the county sheriff.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 178 (Leno D)   Privacy: electronic communications: search warrant.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/8/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/9/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would prohibit a government entity from compelling the production of or access to electronic communication information or electronic device information, as defined, without a search warrant, wiretap order, order for electronic reader records, or subpoena issued pursuant under specified conditions, except for emergency situations, as defined. The bill would also specify the conditions under which a government entity may access electronic device information by means of physical interaction or electronic communication with the device, such as pursuant to a search warrant, wiretap order, or consent of the owner of the device.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  SB 206 (Gaines R)   Vehicle information systems.
  Current Text: Amended: 5/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/11/2015
  Last Amend: 5/6/2015
  Summary: Current law requires the State Air Resources Board to adopt and implement motor vehicle emission standards, in-use performance standards, and motor vehicle fuel specifications for the control of air contaminants, including standards for off-road and nonvehicle engine categories. This bill would prohibit the state board from obtaining locational data from a vehicle information system, as defined, except to assist the vehicle owner or operator to use as a defense in an enforcement action brought by the state board.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  SB 263 (Gaines R)   Protective orders: use of an unmanned aircraft system.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/18/2015
  Last Amend: 4/6/2015
  Summary: Would specifically prohibit a person subject to certain protective orders, when the person is prohibited by the protective order from coming within a specified distance of another person, from operating an unmanned aircraft system in a way that causes an unmanned aircraft, as those terms are defined, to fly within the prohibited distance of the other person, or from capturing images of the other person by using an unmanned aircraft system. By creating a new crime, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 271 (Gaines R)   Unmanned aircraft systems.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/3/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/19/2015
  Last Amend: 9/1/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #10  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Would, unless authorized by federal law, make it an infraction to knowingly and intentionally operate an unmanned aircraft or unmanned aircraft system on the grounds of, or less than 350 feet above ground level within the airspace overlaying, a public school providing instruction in kindergarten or grades 1 to 12, inclusive, during school hours and without the written permission of the school principal or higher authority, or his or her designee, or equivalent school authority.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 272 (Hertzberg D)   The California Public Records Act: local agencies: inventory.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/19/2015
  Last Amend: 9/2/2015
  Summary: Would require each local agency, except a local educational agency, in implementing the California Public Records Act, to create a catalog of enterprise systems, as defined, to make the catalog publicly available upon request in the office of the person or officer designated by the agency's legislative body, and to post the catalog on the local agency's Internet Web site.
            Subject   
            Local Government, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 298 (Block D)   Money laundering: interception of electronic communications.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/23/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Summary: Current law, until January 1, 2020, authorizes the court to issue an order authorizing interception of a wire, oral, or other specified electronic communications if the judge finds, among other things, that there is probable cause to believe that an individual is committing, has committed, or is about to commit, one of several offenses, including, among others, possession for sale of certain controlled substances, murder, and certain felonies involving destructive devices. This bill would add money laundering to the list of offenses for which interception of electronic communication may be ordered pursuant to those provisions if certain requirements are met.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  SB 570 (Jackson D)   Personal information: privacy: breach.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 9/1/2015
  Summary: Current law requires a person, business, or agency that is required to issue a security breach notification to meet specific requirements, including that the notification be written in plain language. This bill would additionally require the security breach notification to be titled "Notice of Data Breach" and to present the information under prescribed headings. The bill would prescribe a model security breach notification form, as specified .
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  SB 576 (Leno D)   Mobile applications: geolocation information: privacy.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Summary: Would require the operator of a mobile application to provide clear and conspicuous notice that fully informs consumers when, how, and why their geolocation information, as defined, will be collected, used, and shared upon installation of the application. The bill would require the operator of a mobile application to obtain consent before collecting or using geolocation information and to obtain separate consent before disclosing that information.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  SB 690 (Stone R)   Stalking.
  Current Text: Amended: 9/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 9/11/2015
  Summary: Current law defines the crime of stalking as willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly following, or willfully and maliciously harassing, another person, and making a credible threat with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear for his or her safety, or the safety of his or her immediate family. This bill would expand that definition to include willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly tracking a person with an electronic tracking device, as defined. By expanding the definition of a crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  SB 741 (Hill D)   Mobile communications: privacy.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/8/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 8/31/2015
  Summary: Would require every local agency that operates cellular communications interception technology, as defined, to maintain reasonable operational, administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect information gathered through use of the technology from unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification, or disclosure and implement a usage and privacy policy, as specified, to ensure that the collection, use, maintenance, sharing, and dissemination of information gathered through use of the technology complies with applicable law and is consistent with respect for an individual's privacy and civil liberties.
            Subject   
            PRIVACY   
 
  SB 808 (Gaines R)   Protective orders: unmanned aircraft systems.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would specifically prohibit a person who is prohibited from coming within a specified distance of another person, from operating an unmanned aircraft system in a way that causes an unmanned aircraft, as those terms are defined, to fly within the prohibited distance of the other person, or from capturing images of the other person by using an unmanned aircraft system. By creating a new crime, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   
 
  SB 809 (Gaines R)   Unmanned aircraft systems.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would, unless authorized by federal law, make it an infraction to knowingly and intentionally operate an unmanned aircraft or unmanned aircraft system on the grounds of, or less than 350 feet above ground level within the airspace overlaying, a public school providing instruction in kindergarten or grades 1 to 12, inclusive, during school hours and without the written permission of the school principal or higher authority, or his or her designee, or equivalent school authority.
            Subject   
            Drones, PRIVACY   


  Procurement



 
  AB 351 (Jones-Sawyer D)   Public contracts: small business participation.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/17/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/17/2015
  Summary: Would require all state agencies, departments, boards, and commissions to establish and achieve an annual goal of 25% small business participation in state procurements and contracts, to ensure that the state's procurement and contract processes are administered in order to meet or exceed the goal, and to report to the director statistics regarding small business participation in the agency's procurements and contracts. This bill contains other related provisions.
            Subject   
            Business, Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 411 (Lackey R)   Public contracts.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/19/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/19/2015
  Summary: Current law generally requires the Department of General Services to approve state agency contracts for the acquisition of goods and services. Current law defines several terms relating to these contract acquisitions. This bill would make technical, nonsubstantive changes to the provision of law setting forth these definitions.
            Subject   
            Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 522 (Burke D)   Public contracts: information technology: contractor performance assessment report.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/7/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would require the Director of Technology, by January 1, 2017, to develop a standardized contractor performance assessment report system to evaluate the performance of a contractor on any information technology contract or project reportable to the Department of Technology, as provided. The bill would require the Director of Technology to implement that evaluation system for all reportable information technology contracts and projects, as specified, and would require that system to be used in addition to any other procurement procedures when evaluating or awarding those contracts or projects. This bill contains other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 552 (O'Donnell D)   Public works contracts: damages.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/2/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would, among other things, provide that a public works contract entered into on or after January 1, 2016, that contains a clause expressly requiring a contractor to be responsible for delay damages, as defined, is not enforceable unless the delay damages have been liquidated to a set amount and identified in the public works contract. Under the bill, these provisions would not apply to specified state agencies. The bill would also make findings and declarations related to public contracts.
            Subject   
            Procurement   
 
  AB 558 (Low D)   Public contracts: state contracts: information technology goods and services.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Last Amend: 3/26/2015
  Summary: Would require the Department of Technology, in developing procedures to streamline and make the acquisition process more efficient, to require the acquisition methodology to use electronic means, whenever possible, to reduce paper submissions and allow for electronic submission of bids and proposals. This bill would also require solicitations for acquisitions based on evaluation criteria other than cost alone to provide that electronic cost proposals be submitted whenever possible. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 1304 (Dahle R)   Public contracts: public utility districts.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: The Local Agency Public Construction Act governs contracting by various types of local agencies, including contracts by public utility districts. This bill would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation to consolidate and reconcile specified provisions of the act relating to public utility districts.
            Subject   
            Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 1354 (Dodd D)   Discrimination: equal pay: state contracting.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 9/2/2015
  Summary: Would enact the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act of 2015. The bill would require an employer with 100 or more employees in state, as specified, and a contract of 30 days or more, prior to becoming a contractor or subcontractor with the state, to submit a nondiscrimination program to the Department of Fair Employment and Housing and to submit periodic reports no more than annually of its compliance with that program. The bill would authorize the department to require approval and certification of the program.
            Subject   
            Procurement   
 
  SB 331 (Mendoza D)   Public contracts: local agencies: negotiations.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Last Amend: 8/17/2015
  Summary: Would enact the Civic Reporting Openness in Negotiations Efficiency Act to establish specific procedures for the negotiation and approval of certain contracts valued at $250,000 or more for goods or services by cities, counties, cities and counties, or special districts that have adopted a civic openness in negotiations ordinance, or COIN ordinance, defined as an ordinance imposing specified requirements as part of any collective bargaining process undertaken pursuant to the Meyers-Milias-Brown Act. The act would require the designation of an independent auditor to review and report on the cost of any proposed contract.
            Subject   
            Procurement   
 
  SB 449 (Nielsen R)   State contracts: telecommunications: callback features.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/8/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/25/2015
  Last Amend: 4/8/2015
  Summary: Would, on and after January 1, 2016, require any contract for the acquisition of telecommunications services, or any renewal of a contract for telecommunications services, for a state agency, as defined, that interacts with, or receives inquiries from, the general public to provide for a queue callback feature, as described.
            Subject   
            Procurement   
 
  SB 581 (Cannella R)   Public contracts: prevailing wage.
  Current Text: Amended: 5/5/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 5/5/2015
  Summary: Would expand the definition of "public works,"; for the purposes of the payment of prevailing wages, to also include any construction, alteration, demolition, installation, or repair work done under public or private contract that satisfies specified conditions related to the construction or maintenance of solar photovoltaic energy generating capacity, as prescribed.
            Subject   
            Procurement   
 
  SB 703 (Leno D)   Public contracts: prohibitions: discrimination.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/7/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 8/31/2015
  Summary: Would prohibit a state agency from entering into contracts for the acquisition of goods or services of $100,000 or more with a contractor that discriminates between employees on the basis of gender identity in the provision of benefits, as specified. By expanding the scope of a crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Labor / Employment, Procurement   


  Public Contracts



 
  AB 351 (Jones-Sawyer D)   Public contracts: small business participation.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/17/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/17/2015
  Summary: Would require all state agencies, departments, boards, and commissions to establish and achieve an annual goal of 25% small business participation in state procurements and contracts, to ensure that the state's procurement and contract processes are administered in order to meet or exceed the goal, and to report to the director statistics regarding small business participation in the agency's procurements and contracts. This bill contains other related provisions.
            Subject   
            Business, Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 411 (Lackey R)   Public contracts.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/19/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/19/2015
  Summary: Current law generally requires the Department of General Services to approve state agency contracts for the acquisition of goods and services. Current law defines several terms relating to these contract acquisitions. This bill would make technical, nonsubstantive changes to the provision of law setting forth these definitions.
            Subject   
            Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 522 (Burke D)   Public contracts: information technology: contractor performance assessment report.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/7/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would require the Director of Technology, by January 1, 2017, to develop a standardized contractor performance assessment report system to evaluate the performance of a contractor on any information technology contract or project reportable to the Department of Technology, as provided. The bill would require the Director of Technology to implement that evaluation system for all reportable information technology contracts and projects, as specified, and would require that system to be used in addition to any other procurement procedures when evaluating or awarding those contracts or projects. This bill contains other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 558 (Low D)   Public contracts: state contracts: information technology goods and services.
  Current Text: Amended: 3/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/23/2015
  Last Amend: 3/26/2015
  Summary: Would require the Department of Technology, in developing procedures to streamline and make the acquisition process more efficient, to require the acquisition methodology to use electronic means, whenever possible, to reduce paper submissions and allow for electronic submission of bids and proposals. This bill would also require solicitations for acquisitions based on evaluation criteria other than cost alone to provide that electronic cost proposals be submitted whenever possible. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Procurement, Public Contracts   
 
  AB 805 (Burke D)   Director of Technology: procurement: training program.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/15/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 4/15/2015
  Summary: Would require the Director of Technology, in cooperation with the Director of General Services, to establish and oversee the implementation of a training program and curriculum for persons engaged in the procurement of information technology in accordance with specific public contracting provisions, to develop, sustain, and advance their competency and skills in complex information technology acquisition.
            Subject   
            Public Contracts   
 
  AB 1304 (Dahle R)   Public contracts: public utility districts.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: The Local Agency Public Construction Act governs contracting by various types of local agencies, including contracts by public utility districts. This bill would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation to consolidate and reconcile specified provisions of the act relating to public utility districts.
            Subject   
            Procurement, Public Contracts   


  Public Purpose Programs



 
  AB 1503 (Perea D)   Telecommunications universal service programs: teleconnect fund.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/30/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 4/30/2015
  Summary: Current law requires the Public Utilities Commission to develop and implement a program funded by the California Teleconnect Fund Administrative Committee Fund to advance universal service by providing discounted rates to qualifying schools maintaining kindergarten or any of grades 1 to 12, inclusive, community colleges, libraries, hospitals, health clinics, and community organizations. This bill would require the commission to include auxiliary organizations of the California State University, as defined, in the program funded by the California Teleconnect Fund Administrative Committee Fund. This bill contains other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Public Purpose Programs   
 
  SB 444 (Fuller R)   Telecommunications: Moore Universal Telephone Service Act.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/25/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/25/2015
  Summary: The Moore Universal Telephone Service Act established the Universal Lifeline Telephone Service program in order to provide low-income households with access to affordable basic residential telephone service. The act requires that specified information be annually reported to the Legislature by the commission in a document that can be made public. This bill would make a nonsubstantive revision to the provision requiring that the items of information be annually reported to the Legislature by the commission in a document that can be made public.
            Subject   
            Public Purpose Programs   


  Public Utilities Comm.



 
  AB 825 (Rendon D)   Public Utilities Commission.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: The Public Utilities Act requires the Public Utilities Commission to inspect and audit the books and records of electrical corporations, gas corporations, heat corporations, telegraph corporations, telephone corporations, and water corporations for regulatory and tax purposes. The act requires that reports of the inspections and audit and other pertinent information be furnished to the State Board of Equalization for use in the assessment of the public utilities. This bill would delete the requirement that the reports of the inspections and audit and other pertinent information be furnished to the State Board of Equalization for use in the assessment of the public utilities and instead require that the inspections and audit and other pertinent information be posted on the commission's Internet Web site.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  AB 895 (Rendon D)   Utility rate refunds: energy crisis litigation: Public Utilities Commission: judicial review.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would require the Attorney General or the Public Utilities Commission to enter into an energy settlement agreement solely on a monetary basis and would prohibit the agreement from including nonmonetary compensation in lieu of monetary compensation. The bill would prohibit the commission from distributing or expending the proceeds of claims in any litigation or settlement to obtain ratepayer recovery for the effects of the 2000-02 energy crisis and would require that the proceeds, after reimbursing the commission's litigation and investigation expenses, be deposited into the Ratepayer Relief Fund.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  AB 1023 (Rendon D)   Public Utilities Commission: proceedings: ex parte communications.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Summary: Would require the Public Utilities Commission to establish and maintain a weekly communications log summarizing all oral or written ex parte communications, as specified, and to make each log available to the public on the commission's Internet Web site.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  AB 1119 (Rendon D)   Public utilities: municipal corporations: rights of way.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 5/11/2015
  Summary: Would require a municipal corporation, before using any street, alley, avenue, or highway within any other municipal corporation or county, to request of the municipal corporation or county that has control over the street, alley, avenue, or highway to agree with it upon the location of the use and the terms and conditions to which the use shall be subject. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  AB 1137 (Mullin D)   Public utility districts: seal.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: The Public Utility District Act authorizes the formation of public utility districts and authorizes a district to acquire, construct, own, operate, and control works for supplying its inhabitants with light, water, power, heat, transportation, telephone service, or other means of communication, or means for the disposition of garbage, sewage, or refuse matter. The act authorizes a district to adopt a seal and alter the seal at its pleasure. This bill would make nonsubstantive changes to this provision.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  AB 1651 (Obernolte R)   Public Utilities Commission: contracts.
  Current Text: Introduced: 1/12/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/12/2016
  Summary: Would require the Public Utilities Commission to publish a copy of each awarded contract that it enters into for goods or services and to identify specified information about the contract and contracting party on its Internet Web site. The bill would require this information to be published no less frequently than once a month and be available free of charge on the commission's Internet Web site. The bill would also require the commission to make available on its Internet Web site audits conducted by the Department of General Services of the commission's contracting practices.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  SB 18 (Hill D)   Public Utilities Commission: outside counsel.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 8/24/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #19  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Would require that any contract or other agreement by the Public Utilities Commission for services by outside legal counsel to represent the commission in a criminal investigation initiated by any federal, state, or local agency be approved by a vote of the commission no sooner than 30 days after it is submitted to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee for review .
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  SB 48 (Hill D)   Public Utilities Commission.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/18/2014
  Last Amend: 9/9/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #20  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: The Public Utilities Act provides that the office of the Public Utilities Commission be in the City and County of San Francisco, that the office always be open, legal holidays and nonjudicial days excepted, that the commission hold its sessions at least once in each calendar month in the City and County of San Francisco, and authorizes the commission to also meet at those other times and places as may be expedient and necessary for the proper performance of its duties. This bill would require that the commission hold its sessions at least once in each calendar month in the City and County of San Francisco or the City of Sacramento and would require that the commission hold no less than 6 sessions each year in the City of Sacramento.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  SB 106 (Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review)   Public Utilities Commission.
  Current Text: Amended: 9/10/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/9/2015
  Last Amend: 9/10/2015
  Summary: The Public Utilities Act provides that the office of the PUC shall be in the City and County of San Francisco, requires that the PUC hold its sessions at least once in each calendar month in the City and County of San Francisco, and authorizes the PUC to also meet at those other times and places as may be expedient and necessary for the proper performance of its duties. This bill would require that the PUC hold its sessions at least once in each calendar month in the City and County of San Francisco or the City of Sacramento. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            BUDGET, Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  SB 215 (Leno D)   Public Utilities Commission.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/12/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would require the Public Utilities Commission to additionally adopt procedures on disqualification of commissioners due to bias or prejudice similar to those of other state agencies and superior courts. For ratesetting or adjudicatory proceedings, the bill would require a commissioner or an administrative law judge to be disqualified if there is an appearance of bias or prejudice based on specified criteria. The bill would prohibit commission procedures from authorizing a commissioner or administrative law judge from ruling on a motion made by a party to a proceeding to disqualify the commissioner or administrative law judge due to bias or prejudice.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  SB 512 (Hill D)   Public Utilities Commission.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/4/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 1/4/2016
  Summary: Would require that the Public Utilities Commission hold its sessions at least once in each calendar month in the City and County of San Francisco or the City of Sacramento and would require that the commission hold no less than 6 sessions each year in the City of Sacramento. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  SB 631 (Hueso D)   Public Utilities Commission: fees.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 9/1/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 6/17/2015
  Summary: Under current law, the Public Utilities Commission has regulatory authority over public utilities. Current law requires the commission to charge and collect a fee of $75 for filing each application for a certificate of public convenience and necessity, or for the mortgage, lease, transfer, or assignment of a certificate. This bill would require a fee of $500 for filing these applications and would authorize the commission to adjust this fee based on the Consumer Price Index. This bill contains other related provisions and other current laws.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  SB 660 (Leno D)   Public Utilities Commission.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/9/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #27  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Current law requires the Governor to designate the president of the Public Utilities Commission from among its members and requires the president to direct the executive director, the attorney, and other staff of the commission, except for the Office of Ratepayer Advocates. This bill would authorize the commission to delegate specific management and internal oversight functions to committees composed of 2 commissioners. The bill would require the commission to appoint a chief administrative law judge who would be responsible for the oversight of the administrative law judge division.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   
 
  SB 697 (Hertzberg D)   Public Utilities Commission Accountability Act of 2015: reports: audits: electrical restructuring: charter-party carriers of passengers.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/8/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 9/3/2015
  Summary: Would adopt the Public Utilities Commission Accountability Act of 2015. The bill would recast certain of the commission's reporting requirements to an article within the Public Utilities Act pertaining to reports by the commission to the Legislature and make other conforming changes. The bill would require the commission to report specified information on a quarterly basis relative to implementation of the California Renewables Portfolio Standard Program. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Public Utilities Comm.   


  Recycling



 
  AB 1063 (Williams D)   Solid waste: charges.
  Current Text: Amended: 8/17/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 8/17/2015
  Summary: Would raise the fee imposed on an operator of a disposal facility to $4 per ton commencing January 1, 2017. The bill would require a minimum of $1.50 per ton of the fee collected from each operator, until January 1, 2022, and would authorize some or all of the fee collected thereafter, to be allocated to activities that promote recycling and the highest and best use of materials, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Recycling   
 
  AB 1159 (Gordon D)   Product stewardship: pilot program: household batteries and home-generated sharps waste.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/21/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 4/21/2015
  Summary: Would establish the Product Stewardship Pilot Program and, until January 1, 2024, would require producers and product stewardship organizations of covered products, defined to mean a consumer product that is used or discarded in this state and is either home-generated sharps waste or household batteries, to develop and implement a product stewardship plan, as specified. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.
            Subject   
            Recycling   


  REGULATORY REFORM



 
  AB 24 (Nazarian D)   Transportation network companies: public safety requirements.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/22/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 4/22/2015
  Summary: Would prohibit the Public Utilities Commission from issuing or renewing a permit or certificate to a charter-party carrier of passengers unless the applicant, in addition to existing requirements, participates in the Department of Motor Vehicles pull-notice system. This bill would specifically require a transportation network company to comply with this provision and to provide for a mandatory controlled substance and alcohol testing certification program.
            Subject   
            REGULATORY REFORM   
 
  SB 119 (Hill D)   Protection of subsurface installations.
  Current Text: Vetoed: 10/10/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/14/2015
  Last Amend: 9/4/2015
  Calendar:  2/8/2016  #30  SENATE SEN GOVERNOR'S VETOES
  Summary: Current law defines a subsurface installation as any underground pipeline, conduit, duct, wire, or other structure. Current law requires an operator of a subsurface installation, who receives notification of proposed excavation work, within 2 working days of that notification, excluding weekends and holidays, to mark the approximate location and number of subsurface installations that may be affected by the excavation or to advise that no subsurface installations operated by him or her would be affected. This bill, the Dig Safe Act of 2015, would declare the need to clarify and revise these provisions. The bill would define and redefine various terms relating to a regional notification center.
            Subject   
            REGULATORY REFORM   


  TAX



 
  AB 16 (Waldron R)   Income taxes: credit: video games.
  Current Text: Introduced: 12/1/2014   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Summary: The Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law allow various credits against the taxes imposed by those laws. This bill would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation to establish a tax credit for the video game industry.
            Subject   
            Business, TAX   
 
  AB 151 (Rodriguez D)   Income taxes: credits: apprenticeships.
  Current Text: Amended: 5/20/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/15/2015
  Last Amend: 5/20/2015
  Summary: Current law provides for the establishment of apprenticeship programs in various trades, to be approved by the Chief of the Division of Apprenticeship Standards in any trade in the state or in a city or trade area whenever the apprentice training needs justify the establishment. This bill, for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2016, and before January 1, 2020, would allow a credit against the taxes imposed under those tax laws in an amount equal to $1 for each hour a registered apprentice worked in the taxable year, up to $2,000 each for up to 10 registered apprentices , as defined, trained by the taxpayer in the taxable year.
            Subject   
            Business, TAX   
 
  AB 154 (Ting D)   Taxation: federal conformity.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 9/30/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/16/2015
  Last Amend: 8/26/2015
  Summary: Under the Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law, various provisions of the federal Internal Revenue Code, as enacted as of a specified date, are referenced in various sections of the Revenue and Taxation Code. This bill would change the specified date of those referenced Internal Revenue Code sections to January 1, 2015, for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2015, and thereby would make numerous substantive changes to both the Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law with respect to those areas of preexisting conformity that are subject to changes under federal laws enacted after January 1, 2009, and that have not been, or are not being, excepted or modified.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  AB 185 (Garcia, Eduardo D)   Income taxation: insurance taxation: credits: California New Markets Tax Credit.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/11/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 1/26/2015
  Last Amend: 1/11/2016
  Summary: Would allow a credit under the Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law, and a credit against the tax imposed on an insurer, in modified conformity with a federal New Markets Tax Credit, for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2017, and before January 1, 2029, in a specified amount for investments in low-income communities. The bill would limit the total annual amount of credit allowed pursuant to these provisions to an amount equal to any portion not granted under a specified sales and use tax exclusion, not to exceed $40,000,000 per calendar year, and would limit the allocation of the credit to a cumulative total of no more than $200,000,000, as provided.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  AB 571 (Brown D)   Property taxation: property statement: change in ownership statement: penalty.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/5/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/24/2015
  Last Amend: 9/1/2015
  Summary: Current law authorizes the county board of equalization or the assessment appeals board to order the penalty abated for failure to file a specified property statement or change in ownership statement. This bill would authorize the penalty to be abated if the assessee establishes that the failure to file the property statement or change in ownership statement within the specified time period was due to reasonable cause and circumstances beyond the assessee's control, and occurred notwithstanding the exercise of ordinary care in the absence of willful neglect.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  AB 867 (Wagner R)   Tax administration: refunds: property tax: state assessment: actions.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/26/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Summary: Would, notwithstanding existing law regarding the rule of res judicata, where a tax, fee, assessment, surcharge, or other amount levied or collected by the tax agency, which this bill would define to include the board and the Franchise Tax Board, has been determined to have been illegally levied or collected in a final and nonappealable decision of a court of competent jurisdiction, authorize any person who paid that tax, fee, assessment, surcharge, or other amount to file with the tax agency a claim for refund, within one year after the date of the final and nonappealable decision and would require the tax agency to refund the amount so paid.
            Subject   
            Business, TAX   
 
  AB 1040 (Ting D)   Property taxation: change in ownership.
  Current Text: Amended: 7/6/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 7/6/2015
  Summary: Would specify that if more than ___% of the direct or indirect ownership interests in a legal entity are sold or transferred in a single transaction, as defined, the real property owned by that legal entity has changed ownership whether or not any one legal entity or person that is a party to the transaction obtains control, as defined. This bill would require the Franchise Tax Board to include an additional question on returns for partnerships, banks, and corporations to assist in the determination of whether a change in ownership as so described has occurred. This bill would require the State Board of Equalization to prescribe regulations as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this act.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  AB 1199 (Nazarian D)   Income taxes: credits: motion pictures.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: Current law allows additional tax credits for a qualified motion picture for, among other things, 5% of the qualified expenditures related to music scoring and music track recording by musicians attributable to the production of the qualified motion picture in California. This bill would instead authorize that additional 5% for qualified expenditures relating to "qualified music preparation, music scoring, music track recording, and music editing," but would limit the scope of that term to the described activities for which a specified amount of the total expenditures is paid or incurred in California.
            Subject   
            Business, TAX   
 
  AB 1487 (Obernolte R)   Property taxation: assessment: full value.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: Current property tax law requires every assessor to assess all property subject to general property taxation at its full value. This bill would make a technical, nonsubstantive change to that provision.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  AB 1499 (Gray D)   Property tax: revenue allocations.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: Current property tax law generally requires the county auditor, in each fiscal year, to allocate property tax revenues to local jurisdictions in accordance with specified formulas and procedures, and generally requires that each jurisdiction be allocated an amount equal to the total of the amount of revenue allocated to that jurisdiction in the prior fiscal year, subject to certain modifications, and that jurisdiction's portion of the annual tax increment, as defined. This bill would make a nonsubstantive change to that provision.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  ACA 4 (Frazier D)   Local government transportation projects: special taxes: voter approval.
  Current Text: Amended: 8/17/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Last Amend: 8/17/2015
  Summary: Would provide that the imposition, extension, or increase of a sales and use tax imposed pursuant to the Bradley-Burns Uniform Local Sales and Use Tax Law or a transactions and use tax imposed in accordance with the Transactions and Use Tax Law by a county, city, city and county, or special district for the purpose of providing funding for local transportation projects, as defined, requires the approval of 55% of its voters voting on the proposition. The measure would also make conforming and technical, nonsubstantive changes.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  SB 8 (Hertzberg D)   Taxation.
  Current Text: Amended: 2/10/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 12/1/2014
  Last Amend: 2/10/2015
  Summary: Would state legislative findings regarding the Upward Mobility Act, key provisions of which would expand the application of the Sales and Use Tax law by imposing a tax on specified services, would enhance the state's business climate , would incentivize entrepreneurship and business creation by evaluating the corporate tax, and would examine the impacts of a lower and simpler personal income tax. This bill contains other related provisions.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  SB 259 (Bates R)   Property taxation: change in ownership.
  Current Text: Amended: 1/14/2016   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/18/2015
  Last Amend: 1/14/2016
  Summary: Would specify that if 90% or more of the direct or indirect ownership interests in a legal entity are sold or transferred in a single transaction, as defined, the real property owned by that legal entity has changed ownership whether or not any one legal entity or person that is a party to the transaction obtains control, as defined. This bill would require the Franchise Tax Board to include an additional question on returns for partnerships, banks, and corporations to assist in the determination of whether a change in ownership as so described has occurred.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  SB 480 (Pan D)   Taxation: qualified heavy equipment.
  Current Text: Amended: 4/29/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/26/2015
  Last Amend: 4/29/2015
  Summary: Would, pursuant to this constitutional authorization, on and after July 1, 2016, impose a tax on every qualified renter for the privilege of renting qualified heavy equipment in this state at the rate of 0.75% of the rental price from the renting of qualified heavy equipment. This bill would require a qualified renter to pay and remit the tax, as provided. This bill would provide that this tax shall be in lieu of any personal property tax on qualified heavy equipment.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  SB 684 (Hancock D)   Corporation taxes: tax rates: publicly held corporations.
  Current Text: Introduced: 2/27/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/27/2015
  Summary: The Corporation Tax Law imposes taxes according to or measured by net income at a rate of 8.84%, or for financial institutions, at a rate of 10.84%, as specified. This bill would, for taxable years beginning on and after January 1, 2015, revise that rate for taxpayers that are publicly held corporations, as defined, and instead impose an applicable tax rate from 7% to 13%, or for financial institutions, from 9% to 15%, based on the compensation ratio, as defined, of the corporation.
            Subject   
            TAX   
 
  SB 803 (Committee on Governance and Finance)   Property taxation.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/2/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 3/24/2015
  Last Amend: 7/15/2015
  Summary: Current law requires a lease of real property that is owned by a state retirement system to provide, for purposes of property taxation, that the full cash value of the possessory interest created by the lease shall be the greater of either the full cash value of the possessory interest or, if the lease covers less than the entire real property, the lessee's allocable share of the full cash value that would be determined for that real property if it were subject to tax. This bill would delete those provisions relating to the full cash value of the possessory interest created by the aforementioned lease and would instead specify that the lease be valued in accordance with a specific regulation in effect on January 1, 2015, for the valuation of taxable possessory interests.
            Subject   
            TAX   


  Technology



 
  AB 229 (Chang R)   State employees: travel reimbursement.
  Current Text: Chaptered: 10/11/2015   pdf   html
  Introduced: 2/4/2015
  Last Amend: 8/31/2015
  Summary: Would, until January 1, 2019, prohibit a state agency from prohibiting state employees traveling on official state business from using transportation provided by a transportation network company or lodging in a short-term rental, as defined. The bill would require a state agency to reimburse the actual and necessary expenses of a state employee using a transportation network company or a short-term rental consistent with the agency's standard reimbursement policies. The bill would request and encourage the University of California to adopt travel reimbursement policies in accordance with that prohibition. The bill would define terms for those purposes.
            Subject   
            Technology   

Total Measures: 207

Total Tracking Forms: 207



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