HIGH PRIORITY BILLS OPPOSED BY INDUSTRY THAT PASSED THE FIRST HOUSE

The bad news is that many bills our industry opposed and were deemed as high priorities have passed the first house and are continuing to move.

AB 73 (Chiu D) Planning and zoning: sustainability districts.

AB 354 (Calderon D) Institutional Property Investors.

AB 450 (Chiu D) Immigration worksite enforcement actions.

AB 890 (Medina D) Bans local land use initiatives and takes away local control.

AB 1127 (Calderon D) Mandates Baby diaper changing stations.

AB 1667 (Friedman D) Adds burdensome water management planning.

AB 1701 (Thurmond D) Original Contractor Labor-related liabilities.

SB 49 (De León D) Tries to pre-empt certain environmental activities by the federal government.

SB 63 (Jackson D) Expands parental leave mandates.

SB 100 (De León D) Requires 100% renewable energy in the State.

SB 150 (Allen D) Regional transportation plans.

SB 231 (Hertzberg D) Adds potentially burdensome fees and charges for property infrastructure.

SB 258 (Lara D) Cleaning Product Right to Know Act of 2017.

SB 562 (Lara D) Single Payer Healthcare for California.

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