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An Act to Add the Heading of Chapter 1 (Commencing with Section 99500) To, to Add Chapter 2 (Commencing with Section 99520) To, Title 20 Of, and to Repeal Chapter 8.1 (Commencing with Section 8710) of Division 1 of Title 2 Of, the Government Code, Relating to State Government. AB 690 (2013-2014) CamposSupportYes
Existing law requires the California-Mexico Border Relations Council to, among other things, coordinate activities of state agencies that are related to cross-border programs, initiatives, projects,… More
Existing law requires the California-Mexico Border Relations Council to, among other things, coordinate activities of state agencies that are related to cross-border programs, initiatives, projects, and partnerships that exist within state government. This bill would repeal and recast those provisions. Hide
An Act to Add Section 2021 to the Fish and Game Code, Relating to Sharks. AB 376 (2011-2012) FongOpposeYes
Existing law makes it unlawful to possess any bird, mammal, fish, reptile, or amphibian, or parts thereof, taken in violation of any of the provisions of the Fish and Game Code, or of any regulation… More
Existing law makes it unlawful to possess any bird, mammal, fish, reptile, or amphibian, or parts thereof, taken in violation of any of the provisions of the Fish and Game Code, or of any regulation made under it. This bill, except as specified, would make it unlawful for any person to possess, sell, offer for sale, trade, or distribute a shark fin, as defined. The bill, by creating a new crime, would impose a state-mandated local program. The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse local agencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by the state. Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that reimbursement. This bill would provide that no reimbursement is required by this act for a specified reason. Hide
An Act to Amend Section 1749.5 of the Civil Code, Relating to Gift Certificates. SB 885 (2009-2010) CorbettOpposeNo
Existing law provides that a gift certificate sold after January 1, 1997, is redeemable in cash or subject to replacement with a new gift certificate. Existing law also provides that a gift… More
Existing law provides that a gift certificate sold after January 1, 1997, is redeemable in cash or subject to replacement with a new gift certificate. Existing law also provides that a gift certificate with a cash value of less than $10 may be redeemed in cash, as defined, for its cash value. Existing law prohibits the sale of a gift certificate that contains a dormancy fee, subject to specified exceptions. This bill would delete those exceptions and expressly prohibit the sale of a gift certificate that contains a dormancy fee. Hide