1995 Regular Session (California Session Laws)

1107 results for 1995 Regular Session (California Session Laws)

  • Chapter 8, ACR 18 – Mediation Week

    This resolution designates the week of March 19 to March 25, 1995, inclusive, as Mediation Week.

  • Chapter 613, SB 205 – Waste discharge requirements: sewage sludge: waiver

    The Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act generally requires the California regional water quality control boards to prescribe waste discharge requirements for individual waste discharges. This bill would require the State Water Resources Control Board or a regional board, upon receipt of applications for waste discharge requirements for discharges of dewatered, treated, or chemically fixed...

  • Chapter 592, AB 1298 – Teachers' retirement: Cash Balance Plan membership

    The State Teachers' Retirement Law regulates, and prescribes the provisions of, the State Teachers' Retirement System. This bill would revise various provisions relating to eligibility for membership. This bill would also establish the State Teachers' Retirement System Cash Balance Plan. The plan would prescribe retirement, disability, and death benefits for part-time educational employees. This...

  • Chapter 522, AB 1520 – Governmental institutions

    (1) Existing law authorizes the Trustees of the California State University, notwithstanding the Property Acquisition Law and the general authority of the Director of General Services over state real property, to perform specified functions without prior approval of any other state department or agency, when necessary to carry out the purposes of the California State University. This bill would...

  • Chapter 494, SB 712 – Enterprise zones: Los Angeles Revitalization Zone: income and bank and corporation taxes.

    The Enterprise Zone Act authorizes the Trade and Commerce Agency to designate not more than 27 enterprise zones in the state and existing law provides tax credits on wages paid to qualified employees, as defined, within enterprise zones. This bill would authorize the agency to designate an additional 2 enterprise zones within the state. This bill would also modify an existing authorization for...

  • Chapter 673, SB 1172 – Public water systems

    Existing law, commonly referred to as the California Safe Drinking Water Act, requires the State Department of Health Services to administer provisions relating to the regulation of drinking water to protect public health, including, but not limited to, the conduct of research, studies, and demonstration programs relating to the provision of a dependable, safe supply of drinking water,...

  • Chapter 1, SB 59 – School breakfast program

    Under existing law, the State Department of Education is required to provide additional information and financial assistance to schools in the state selected on specified criteria, including schools in which 40% or more of the school enrollment consists of children who have applied for free and reduced-price meals. This bill would change the latter criterion to schools in which 30% or more of the

  • Chapter 1, SB X2-7 – Local agency financing

    Existing law permits a county board of supervisors to assign, for purposes of securing any financing of the same, any obligations arising out of any delinquent assessments or taxes levied on the secured roll by the county or any other political subdivision of the state. This bill would authorize in Orange County, upon a 4/5 vote of the board of supervisors, the making of a similar sale or...

  • Chapter 837, SB 456 – Air pollution: best available control technology

    (1) Existing law, the Lewis-Presley Air Quality Management Act, prescribes the powers and duties of the South Coast Air Quality Management District with respect to air pollution control in the South Coast Air Basin. The act requires the district's rules and regulations to require the use of best available control technology, as defined, for new and modified sources, and the use of the best...

  • Chapter 780, SB 290 – Supercomputer center: San Diego

    Existing law appropriated $1,700,000 from the moneys transferred by the Budget Act of 1992 from the California Unitary Fund to the Supercomputer Center Account, which was created in the General Fund, to the Department of Commerce for expenditure in the 1992-93 fiscal year for purchase of additional computer memory and capacity equipment by the University of California at San Diego to be used at...

  • Chapter 79, SB 1057 – Transportation: Siskiyou Railroad Authority

    Existing law creates, and prescribes the authority, duties, and responsibilities of, the Siskiyou Railroad Authority in the County of Siskiyou. This bill would also authorize the authority to establish rates, rentals, charges, and classifications of transportation services operated by, and for, the authority. The bill would also make a technical change.

  • Chapter 451, AB 1711 – Elections: election results

    (1) Under existing law, when a voter claims to be properly registered but his or her qualification or entitlement to vote cannot be immediately established by examination of applicable precinct or county elections records, the elections official is required to permit the voter to vote a provisional ballot. Thereafter, the ballot must be included in the official canvass if the elections official...

  • Chapter 651, SB 793 – Schools: finance: military base closure: desegregation programs

    (1) Under existing law, a school district is entitled to adjust its average daily attendance (ADA) in the event of a decline in enrollment in the school district in excess of 10% of its total ADA resulting from the closure of a facility operated by the United States Armed Forces. This bill would provide that a school district is entitled to adjust its ADA in the event of a decline in enrollment...

  • Chapter 309, AB 687 – Education

    Under existing law, persons between the ages of 6 and 18 years are subject to compulsory full-time education in the school district in which the residency of either the parent or legal guardian is located. Under existing law, any person otherwise eligible for admission to any class or school of a school district of this state, whose actual and legal residence is in a foreign country adjacent to...

  • Chapter 298, AB 335 – California Child Care Initiative Project

    (1) Existing law, which becomes inoperative on June 30, 1995, and is repealed as of January 1, 1996, establishes the California Child Care Initiative Project (hereafter the project). The purpose of the project is to increase the availability of quality child care programs in the state. Under the project, the Superintendent of Public Instruction is required to allocate all state funds appropriated

  • Chapter 94, SB 915 – Insurance

    Existing law exempts group liability insurance from specified provisions of the Insurance Code. This bill would revise the list of exemptions, and would make other technical revisions.

  • Chapter 513, SB 410 – Developmental disabilities: services: funding

    Existing law generally provides services and supports for persons with developmental disabilities, under the supervision of the State Department of Developmental Services. Under existing law, these services and supports include the provision of developmental center and community living arrangements for these individuals, as appropriate. Under existing law, regional centers provide for, or arrange

  • Chapter 951, AB 1102 – San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission

    (1) Under existing law, state agencies generally are required to adopt regulations in accordance with prescribed procedures and requirements, and the Office of Administrative Law is required to review adopted regulations and to make specified determinations. This bill would exempt from the above requirements, any policy, plan, or guideline adopted by the San Francisco Bay Conservation and...

  • Chapter 764, AB 1504 – Instructional materials: spelling

    Existing law requires the State Board of Education to adopt basic instructional materials for use in kindergarten and grades 1 to 8, inclusive, for specified categories, including, among other categories, language arts. This bill would require that the instructional materials for language arts for use in those grades, include, but not necessarily be limited to, spelling. To the extent that this...

  • Chapter 521, AB 319 – GAIN pilot programs

    Existing law provides for the Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) program, under which each county provides cash assistance and other benefits to qualified low-income families. Existing law establishes the Greater Avenues for Independence (GAIN) program, under which AFDC recipients receive employment and training services. Each county is charged with the administration of this program,

  • Chapter 193, AB 1435 – State Bar of California: membership fees

    (1) Existing law establishes annual membership fees for members of the State Bar of California for the years 1994 and 1995, but does not establish membership fees for later years. This bill would establish annual membership fees for the years 1996 and 1997 in the same amounts as those for the year 1993 and would extend the repealer in the provision to January 1, 1998. (2) Existing law authorizes...

  • Chapter 162, AB 555 – Subdivision Map Act: mergers

    Existing law, known as the Subdivision Map Act, generally regulates the merger of parcels for purposes of the act. The act authorizes a local agency to provide by ordinance for these mergers, as specified. Existing law permits a local agency to provide for the merger of a parcel or unit with a contiguous parcel or unit held by the same owner, under specified circumstances, if any one of the...

  • Chapter 140, AB 1029 – Teacher credentialing: revocation of credential

    (1) Existing law requires the Commission on Teacher Credentialing to deny any application for the issuance of a credential or for the renewal of a credential made by an applicant who has been determined to be a sexual psychopath, as specified, has been convicted of any sex offense, as defined, or has been convicted of a controlled substance offense, as defined. This bill would also require the...

  • Chapter 56, AJR 33 – Fredonyer Mountain and Fredonyer Pass

    This measure would memorialize the United States Board on Geographic Names, United States Geological Survey, to rename Fredonyer Mountain and Fredonyer Pass to Griffith Mountain and Griffith Pass in honor of Deputy Sheriff Larry Griffith.

  • Chapter 215, AB 356 – Alleys: vehicular and pedestrian access: local regulation

    Under existing law, local authorities, as defined, may adopt, under certain circumstances, ordinances or resolutions that prohibit or restrict the use of streets and roads under their jurisdiction. This bill would expressly authorize local authorities, by ordinance or resolution, to adopt rules and regulations restricting vehicular or pedestrian traffic through any alley, by means of gates,...

  • Chapter 887, SB 443 – Employment of minors: employer penalties

    Existing law with respect to the employment of minors defines the term minor as any person under the age of 18 years who is either required, or not required, to attend school pursuant to specified provisions of the Education Code. This bill would revise that definition to clarify that the term minor for these purposes includes any person under the age of 6 years. Existing law provides a system...

  • Chapter 744, AB 347 – Sportfishing: licenses

    With specified exceptions, existing law requires every person over 16 years of age who takes any fish, reptile, or amphibian for any purpose other than profit to have a license in his or her possession when engaged in fishing. This bill would exempt from that licensing requirement the taking of fish by an owner of real property, or the owner's invitee, from a lake or pond that is wholly enclosed...

  • Chapter 718, AB 568 – Structural pest control

    Existing law generally requires a person or entity engaged in the practice of structural pest control to be licensed by the Structural Pest Control Board. Certain persons or entities are exempt from the licensing requirement, including public utilities, persons engaged in agricultural pest control work, governmental agencies, and educational institutions engaged in research or study of pest...

  • Chapter 545, SB 695 – Private postsecondary education

    Existing law, the Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education Reform Act of 1989, establishes various requirements and standards for the approval of private postsecondary educational institutions to operate in California and award degrees and diplomas. This bill, among other things, would revise, as specified, student refund requirements. Existing law requires the Council for Private...

  • Chapter 18, AB 354 – Appeals: presentence custody credits

    Under existing law, an appeal may be taken by a defendant from any order made after judgment, affecting the substantial rights of the party. This bill would prohibit an appeal by a defendant on the ground of an error in the calculation of presentence custody credits unless specified conditions are met.

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