Our Legislative Analysts analyze bills in process in our State Assembly and Senate. We supply the following links for you to access some of the bills which we monitor throughout the legislative year and will continue to watch if they return in the next session.


Current Legislation:


Health:
AB 71: Pupil Instruction: bleeding control (Rodriguez-D) Requires school districts or the governing body of a charter school that requires a course in health education for graduation from high school to include bleeding control.

AB 659: Cancer Prevention Act (Aguiar-Curry / Weiner – D) Adds HPV to the immunization schedule in order to advance to 8th

AB 230: Menstrual Products: Girl Scouts Period Equity Act (Reyes – D) Would mandate that menstrual products be accessible in all girl’s bathrooms, all-gender bathrooms, and 1 men’s bathroom beginning in 3rd grade instead of 6th grade.

Education
AB 95: Intradistirct and interdistrict transfer of pupils (Hoover – R) Prohibits a school of residence and the school district from prohibiting the transfer of a student from a school that has been failing in 2 or more state measures over the past 3 years.

AB 237: Intradistirct and interdistrict transfer of low-performing pupils Prohibits a school of residence and the school district from prohibiting the transfer of a low-performing student from a school that has been failing in 2 or more state measures over the past 3 years.

AB 262: Children’s Camps: regulation (Holden – D) Requires state entities such as DPH or Education establish standards for camps of more than 5 children between ages 3-17 for camps 5 days or longer

AB 285: Pupil instruction: science requirements: climate change

Judiciary
SB 404: Marriage: prohibition on minors (Wahab - D) This bill would repeal the authorization for a person under 18 years of age from being issued a marriage license or from establishing a domestic partnership, thereby prohibiting a person under 18 years of age from being issued a marriage license or from establishing a domestic partnership.

Public Safety:
SB 31: Encampents: sensitive areas: penalties (Jones. Co-authors Ochoa Bogh, Grove, Seyarto, Wilk, Nguyen, Dahle) Prohibits a person from obstructing a walkway within 1000 feet of a sensitive area, as defined, categorizing it as a public nuisance that may be charged as a misdemeanor or an infraction, at the discretion of the prosecutor. By imposing criminal penalties for a violation of these provisions, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.

AB 257: Encampments: penalties (Hoover – R) Prohibits a person from sitting, lying, sleeping, or storing, using, maintaining, or placing personal property in any street, sidewalk, or other public property within 500 feet of a school, daycare center, park, or library.


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