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2017 - 2018 Legislation


AB 91 – Riverside County Carpool Lanes: Makes carpool lanes in Riverside County open to all vehicles during off-peak traffic hours.

AB 179 – Reform of the California Transportation Commission: Adds expertise requirements to seven appointed CTC commissioners (including transit, air pollution, public health, etc.). 

AB 193 – Rebates for Used Clean Cars: Establishes a program to provide rebates for the purchase of used clean cars. 

AB 226 – Teaching Credentials for Military Spouses: Gives priority to the spouses of active U.S. Military servicemembers who are applying for a teaching credential. 

AB 1124 – Diplomas for At-Risk Youth: Requires county offices of education to issue diplomas for eligible juvenile court school students after reviewing the student's educational record. 

AB 1200 – Resources for Elder Care: Establishes the Aging & Disability Resource Connection program to provide elders and their families with information regarding long-term care programs. 

AB 1618 – Grants for Veterans Service Organizations: Creates a process to certify legitimate organizations that provide services to veterans. Also creates a competitive grant program for those organizations.

AB 1746 – Consolidation of Sex Crime Prosecutions: Expedites the prosecution of perpetrators who commit serial sexual battery or statutory rape across multiple counties.

AB 1786 – Veteran Student Curriculum Articulation: Creates a system to help veteran students attending community college get class credits for their military-based training.

AB 1896 – College Sexual Assault Counselors: Ensures that conversations between student survivors of sexual assault and counselors on college campuses remain confidential.

AB 1994 – Sex offender jail release notification: Provides law enforcement with more tools to track registered sex offenders who are admitted to or released from county jails.

AB 2080 – County Jail Admission/Release Data: Requires both admission and release from county jails be reported to the Department of Justice within 30 days.

AB 2123 – District Based Elections: Provides local governments with more time to effect transitions from at-large to district-based elections.

AJR 4 – Helping Californians Buy and Keep Their Homes: Calls upon POTUS to save eligible California homeowners an average of $860 per year by reinstating an Obama-era cut to Federal Housing Administration-backed loan insurance premiums.

ACA 31 – Public Executive Pay Reform Act of 2018: Caps salary for public executives at the level provided to the Governor of California.

HR 74 – Girls & Women in Sports Week: Proclaims January 29, 2018, to February 4, 2018, as California Girls and Women in Sports Week.

HR 93 – Proposition 13 and Homeowners’ Rights Protection Week: Declares June 3, 2018, to June 9, 2018, as Proposition 13 and Homeowners’ Rights Protection Week.