1993 Regular Session (California Session Laws)

1435 results for 1993 Regular Session (California Session Laws)

  • Chapter 750, SB 120 – Highways: lease of property

    Existing law authorizes the Department of Transportation to acquire real property for highway purposes, and prescribes the manner of disposing of property acquired but not needed for highway purposes. Existing law also authorizes the department to lease to public or private entities the use of areas above or below state highways (airspace), for any term not to exceed 99 years, and requires the...

  • Chapter 699, SB 77 – Judgments and settlement claims against the state: appropriation

    Existing law requires the Attorney General to report to the Legislature when there is no sufficient appropriation available for the payment of a claim against the state. This bill would appropriate $18,660,013, as scheduled, to pay judgments and settlement claims against the state. Of the amount appropriated, $17,250,000 would be from the General Fund to the Director of Finance to pay judgments...

  • Chapter 554, AB 146 – Prison weapons: manufacture

    Existing law prohibits a person confined in a state prison or under specified circumstances while in the custody of prison personnel from possessing or carrying upon his or her person or having under his or her custody or control specified instruments or weapons, a violation of which is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison for 2, 3, or 4 years to be served consecutively. This bill, in...

  • Chapter 1257, SB 1130 – School crimes

    (1) Existing law requires the principal or superintendent of schools to recommend a pupil's expulsion if the pupil causes serious physical injury to another person, except in self-defense, possesses any designated dangerous object, sells any designated controlled substance, or commits robbery or extortion, as specified. This bill would authorize a county board of education to enroll those pupils...

  • Chapter 14, SCR 3 – Mathematics and Science Education Month

    This measure would proclaim each April, until and including April of the year 2000, as Mathematics and Science Education Month.

  • Chapter 656, AB 1220 – Solid waste: regulation: fees

    (1) Existing law, the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989, requires the California Integrated Waste Management Board to adopt regulations which set forth minimum standards for solid waste management and require assurance of financial ability to pay for specified injury and property damage claims resulting from the operation of a disposal facility. The board is required to inspect...

  • Chapter 307, AB 669 – Offenses: bicycles

    Existing law prohibits various activities in connection with operating a bicycle on a roadway or a highway. This bill would authorize any local public entity that is authorized to employ peace officers, the California State University, and the University of California to establish a specified schedule of fines, including all penalty assessments and court costs, applicable to infractions committed

  • Chapter 55, ACR 20 – Chino Valley Freeway

    This measure would designate the portion of State Highway Route 71 from the Riverside County line to the intersection with Interstate Highway Route 10 the Chino Valley Freeway. The measure would also direct the Department of Transportation to determine the cost of appropriate plaques and markers showing this special designation and, upon receiving donations from nonstate sources covering that...

  • Chapter 1222, AB 1438 – Insurance taxation: credit

    Existing insurance tax law requires every insurer, as defined, doing business in this state, to annually pay a tax on gross premiums, as specified, at the rates and subject to the deductions provided by law. Except as otherwise provided, the rate of tax to be applied to the basis of the annual tax in respect to each year is 2.35%. The existing Personal Income Tax Law and Bank and Corporation Tax...

  • Chapter 623, AB 637 – Regional centers: service delivery alternatives

    Existing law provides for the delivery of services to persons with developmental disabilities through regional centers pursuant to contracts with the State Department of Developmental Services. This bill would, until June 30, 1998, authorize a regional center, with the approval of the department in consultation with specified entities, to implement regional center service delivery alternatives...

  • Chapter 169, AB 529 – Peace officers

    Existing law provides that certain persons who have been deputized or appointed by the proper authority as, among other things, a reserve or auxiliary sheriff or city police officer, a reserve deputy sheriff, a reserve police officer of a regional park district or of a transit district, a reserve deputy of the Department of Fish and Game, or a reserve special agent of the Department of Justice,...

  • Chapter 723, AB 1160 – Securities: local authority obligations

    Under existing law, it is unlawful to offer or sell a security unless the security is qualified or exempt from qualification requirements. This bill would provide that it is unlawful for any person to offer or sell in this state any security constituting a fractional interest in a lease, installment sale, or other obligation of a city, county, city and county, school district, special district,...

  • Chapter 1004, AB 336 – Confidentiality: medical information

    Existing law prohibits defined providers of health care from disclosing medical information regarding a patient of the provider without first obtaining authorization, except when compelled by court order or otherwise, as specified, and authorizes disclosure of medical information for purposes of diagnosis or treatment, when authorized by law, and in other circumstances, as specified. A violation...

  • Chapter 531, AB 1283 – Intermodal corridors of economic significance

    Under existing law, the Department of Transportation has full possession and control of all state highways and all property and rights in property acquired for state highway purposes. The department is authorized and directed to lay out and construct all state highways between the termini designated by law and on the locations as determined by the California Transportation Commission. This bill...

  • Chapter 700, SB 353 – Barbering and cosmetology

    Existing law provides for the licensing of barbers, cosmetologists, estheticians, manicurists, electrologists, apprentices, barber instructors, and cosmetology instructors. Existing law also provides for a preapplication for admission for examination of students of approved cosmetology, electrology, or barbering schools who have completed specified course hours and curriculum requirements. This...

  • Chapter 503, SB 194 – Local agencies: employees: whistleblowing.

    (1) Existing law prohibits a local agency officer, manager, or supervisor from taking a reprisal action through any act of intimidation, restraint, coercion, or discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment who files a complaint with a local agency that discloses information regarding gross mismanagement or a significant waste of funds, an abuse of authority, or a substantial...

  • Chapter 923, AB 2185 – School finance: budget review

    (1) Under existing law, each county superintendent of schools is required annually to submit to the county board of education certain reports regarding the financial and budgetary status of the county board of education. As part of each report, the county superintendent is required to certify in writing whether or not the county office of education is able to meet its financial obligations by...

  • Chapter 819, SB 733 – Employment: unemployment insurance: employment services

    Existing law does not provide procedures for government and private agencies providing employment services to verify the legal status or work authorization of every individual prior to providing services to these individuals. This bill would require each state or local government agency or community action agency, or any private organization contracting with a state or local government agency,...

  • Chapter 731, AB 1847 – Job Training Partnership Act

    Existing law provides for procedures and criteria for determining the eligibility of persons provided services with federal funds received through the federal Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA), as specified. This bill would define a school dropout for purposes of participation and reporting of participation in state programs funded under the JTPA, and would require the signature of a parent,...

  • Chapter 545, AB 2245 – Social services: asset verification

    Existing law, operative only if a specified report required under existing law is submitted to the Legislature, would require the State Department of Health Services to annually inform the Franchise Tax Board of the names and social security numbers of applicants and recipients under specified public social services programs. The existing law also would authorize the Franchise Tax Board to inform

  • Chapter 1277, AB 2244 – Housing: discriminatory practices

    Existing law authorizes the management of a mobilehome park to require that a prospective purchaser comply with any rule or regulation limiting residency to adults, as provided. This bill would, instead, authorize the management of a mobilehome park to require that a prospective purchaser comply with any rule or regulation limiting residency based on age requirements for housing for older persons,

  • Chapter 267, SB 1039 – School district reorganization

    Existing law prescribes the procedure to reorganize school districts, including unification of school districts, that includes the involvement of the State Board of Education. Existing law also provides that whenever the boundaries of an elementary school district and a high school district become coterminous, the districts are merged into a new unified district. This bill would, until January 1,

  • Chapter 1197, SB 540 – Pilots: training program: port infrastructure

    (1) Under existing law, the Board of Pilot Commissioners for the Bays of San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun is required to adopt training standards and a training program for pilots, inland pilots, and pilot trainees. Existing law requires the board to adopt, by regulation, the licensing standards for pilots and to establish a pilot evaluation committee to conduct and supervise the pilot...

  • Chapter 88, AB 549 – Taxation: sales and use taxes: medical identification tags

    Existing law exempts from sales and use taxes the gross receipts from the sale of, and the storage, use, or other consumption in this state of, medical alert tags furnished by a nonprofit organization. This bill would change the description of these tags from medical alert tags to medical identification tags.

  • Chapter 91, AJR 29 – The National Training Center: land acquisition project

    This measure would memorialize the Base Realignment and Closure Commission, the President, and the Congress of the United States to support and endorse the Silurian Valley plan as the most progressive effort to meet the objective of providing for the national defense while maintaining high standards of environmental stewardship.

  • Chapter 306, AB 347 – Prisons: Del Norte County

    Under existing law, $1,190,000 was appropriated to the Controller for allocation as a loan to the County of Del Norte for the purpose of mitigating the impact of the late opening of Pelican Bay State Prison. Under existing law, the loan is to be repaid, in annual installments of at least 10% of the total amount to be repaid, within a period of not more than 10 years, plus interest, as specified....

  • Chapter 681, AB 1133 – Occupational safety and health: railroads.

    Existing law prohibits any common carrier operating more than 4 trains each way per day on any main railroad track or branch line in California from running any passenger, mail, or express train that is not manned by at least one conductor and other personnel, as specified, with certain exceptions. This bill would specify that the prohibition does not apply to the San Diego Metropolitan Transit...

  • Chapter 318, AB 763 – Disability insurance: eligibility

    Existing law excludes from the definition of employment for purposes of unemployment insurance coverage, service performed by an inmate of a custodial or penal institution. This bill would additionally exclude from the definition of employment for purposes of unemployment insurance coverage, service performed by a ward of a custodial or penal institution. Existing law provides for the payment of...

  • Chapter 38, AJR 42 – Marine Corps Logistics Base at Barstow

    This measure would recommend to the President, Congress, and the Base Realignment and Closure Commission that the Marine Corps Logistics Base at Barstow remain in operation due to its operational and strategic necessity to the United Stated Marine Corps, the United States Army, and the United States Navy.

  • Chapter 675, AB 712 – Oil recycling: reporting: false exemption claims

    (1) Existing law, the California Oil Recycling Enhancement Act, a part of the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989, requires the California Integrated Waste Management Board to adopt a recycling program that promotes and develops alternatives to the illegal disposal of used oil. The act requires the board to establish reporting periods for the reporting of accumulated industrial and

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