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Saturday, May 26, 2018
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AZHB02203
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Title - wildland fuel loads; watershed protection
Status: 05/22/2018 : Session Over
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Provides guidelines for a mayor to declare a local forest fire hazard and request mitigation for fire fuel materials on federal forest lands within the city boundaries.
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AZHB02390
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Title - property tax assessment of greenhouses
Status: 05/22/2018 : Session Over
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Greenhouses of less than 100,000 sq ft should also qualify for ag exemption based on crop use.
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AZSB01373
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Title - prohibition; pesticides
Status: 05/22/2018 : Session Over
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It is unlawful for a person to sell or use any of the following pesticides in this state:
1. Clothianidin.
2. Imidacloprid.
3. Thiametoxam.
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AZSB01416
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Title - SNAP; benefit match; farmers markets
Status: 05/22/2018 : Session Over
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The department shall establish a fresh food bonus program for enrollees of the supplemental nutrition assistance program that will provide matching monies for an enrollee who purchases fresh fruits and vegetables at a farmers market.
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AZSB01510
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Title - irrigation grandfathered right; containerized plants
Status: 05/22/2018 : Session Over
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The use of groundwater to water plants in containers on or above the surface of the ground is a non-irrigation use.
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CAAB00033
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Quirk (A) | Transportation electrification: electric vehicle service equipment: electrical corporations: rates.
Status: 07 : In committee: Hearing postponed by committee.
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Proposes programs be created to encourage the purchase of vehicles that are low emitters of greenhouse gas by charging a fee to vehicle buyers of high emitters of net greenhouse gases and provide rebates to vehicle buyers of low emitters of net greenhouse gases. The goal is to design the schedule of fees and rebates, referred to as Feebates, representing a redistribution of income from the highest emitters of net greenhouse gases to the lowest emitters of net greenhouse gases to benefit low-income buyers because they tend to buy smaller, lower emitting vehicles.
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CAAB00068
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Mathis (A) | School facilities: schoolsite acquisition.
Status: 02 : From committee: Filed with the Chief Clerk pursuant to Joint Rule 56.
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This bill would prohibit a school district, county office of education, charter school, or private school from building a new school facility or acquiring real property for the purpose of building a school facility if the proposed school site is located within 2 miles of an operating farm unless it agrees to hold the farm harmless and without fault for any harm to the health of pupils or school staff caused by the use of pesticide by the farm in compliance with applicable law and within the normal operation of the farm.
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McCarty (A) , Gonzalez Fletcher (A) , Nazarian (A) | Civil service: preference: special immigrant visa holder.
Status: 06 : In committee: Set, first hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.
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Proposed law prohibiting condo Boards from prohibiting members from following drought regulations or installing water conservation landscapes.
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CAAB00350
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Salas (A) | Cannabis edibles: appealing to children.
Status: 01 : Stricken from file.
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Adds PGR and Plant & Soil health to pesticide advisor examination.
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CAAB00425
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Caballero (A) | Timber harvesting plans: exemptions: temporary roads.
Status: 09 : Ordered to inactive file at the request of Senator Hertzberg.
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This bill would expand the exemption to forestry harvest regulations to allow the construction or reconstruction of temporary roads on slopes of 40 or less if certain conditions are met, including that a registered professional forester designates temporary road locations, associated class III watercourse crossings, and unstable areas, on specified maps.
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Frazier (A) | Land use: zoning regulations: farm to table cafes.
Status: 02 : From committee: Filed with the Chief Clerk pursuant to Joint Rule 56.
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This bill would prohibit a zoning ordinance of a city, county, or city and county from prohibiting an agricultural producer from operating a farm to table cafe, as defined.
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CAAB00603
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Quirk-Silva (A) | Child care: alternative payment programs: child care providers: electronic payments: notice of service changes.
Status: 10 : Chaptered by Secretary of State - Chapter 706, Statutes of 2017.
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Proposed tax credit for homeowner removal of turf areas. $2/sq ft up to $50k
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Mullin (A) | Pupil assessment: optional history-social science performance task assessments.
Status: 02 : From committee: Filed with the Chief Clerk pursuant to Joint Rule 56.
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$50 millon proposed for soil carbon sequestration demonstration projects including compost.
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Gallagher (A) | Property taxation: new construction exclusion: methane digester.
Status: 02 : From committee: Filed with the Chief Clerk pursuant to Joint Rule 56.
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The California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989 establishes an integrated waste management program administered by the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery that requires each city, county, and regional agency, if any, to develop a source reduction and recycling element of an integrated waste management plan. The element is required to provide for the diversion of 50 of the solid waste subject to the element through source reduction, recycling, and composting activities, only 10 of which may be satisfied by diversion through transformation. The act specifies that composting, defined as the controlled or uncontrolled biological decomposition of organic wastes, is not transformation for these purposes, and therefore is not limited regarding contributing to the source reduction and recycling element.
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Reyes (A) | Real property: transfer fees: notices.
Status: 07 : Chaptered by Secretary of State - Chapter 148, Statutes of 2017.
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Tax incentive of $2/sq ft up to $50k for lawn replacement
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CAAB01667
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Friedman (A) | Water management planning.
Status: 07 : In committee: Set, first hearing. Testimony taken.
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This bill would require an urban water supplier to install dedicated landscape water meters on commercial, institutional, industrial, and multifamily service connections that are located in its service area on or before January 1, 2020, if the property has greater than 1,000 square feet of irrigated landscape, and on or before January 1, 2025, if the property has greater than 500, but less than 1,001, square feet of irrigated landscape. The bill would require an urban water supplier to install dedicated landscape water meters on single-family residential service connections that are located in its service area on or before January 1, 2030, if the property has greater than 5,000 square feet of irrigated landscape.
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Friedman (A) | Water management planning.
Status: 05 : Senate amendments concurred in. To Engrossing and Enrolling.
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Existing law requires the state to achieve a 20 reduction in urban per capita water use on or before December 31, 2020, and to make incremental progress toward that state target by reducing urban per capita water use by at least 10 on or before December 31, 2015.
Executive Order B-37-16, among other things, requires the Department of Water Resources to work with the State Water Resources Control Board to develop new water use targets as a part of a permanent framework for urban water agencies.
This bill would require the state board, on or before July 1, 2018, in consultation with the department and other appropriate state agencies, to adopt water conservation guidelines that are consistent with a specified report issued in response to Executive Order B-37-16.
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CAAB01885
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Eduardo Garcia (A) , Caballero (A) , Mathis (A) | Undocumented workers: California Resident Worker Program and Economic Stabilization Act.
Status: 04 : In committee: Hearing for testimony only.
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This bill would authorize CA to investigate an undocumented ag worker program other than the existing Federal H-2A immigrant workers program. It is opposed as a duplication of existing immigration worker policies under federal laws.
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CAAB02283
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Holden (A) | Income taxes: exclusion: turf removal water conservation program.
Status: 04 : In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR. suspense file.
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The Personal Income Tax Law and the Corporation Tax Law, for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2014, and before January 1, 2019, provide an exclusion from gross income for any amount received as a rebate, voucher, or other financial incentive issued by a local water agency or supplier for participation in a turf removal water conservation program.
This bill would extend the operation of those provisions to January 1, 2024.
This bill would take effect immediately as a tax levy.
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CAAB02371
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Carrillo (A) | Water use efficiency.
Status: 05 : In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR. suspense file.
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This bill would state the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation that would improve water use sustainability in California's outdoor irrigation practices. Its approval makes no sense until the proposed conservation actions are available for evaluation; otherwise, it is a mandate to do something undefined but could have negative consequences.
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CAAB02379
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Bloom (A) | Waste management: plastic microfiber.
Status: 04 : Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
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This bill would require that clothing made from fabric that is more than 50 polyester bear a conspicuous label stating that the garment sheds plastic microfibers when washed and recommending hand washing. The bill would prohibit a person, on and after January 1, 2020, from selling or offering for sale clothing made from fabric that is more than 50 polyester that does not bear that label.
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CAAB02411
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McCarty (A) | Solid waste: use of compost: planning.
Status: 05 : In Senate. Read first time. To Com. on RLS. for assignment.
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This bill would require each state agency to ensure that, on and after January 1, 2020, at least 50 of reportable purchases of soil or similar products are compost, as described.
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Grayson (A) , Gonzalez Fletcher (A) | Invasive species.
Status: 05 : In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR. suspense file.
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The bill would appropriate from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund $2,500,000 to the Secretary of Food and Agriculture to be allocated to weed management areas for projects for the control and abatement of noxious and invasive weeds that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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CASB00367
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Bates (S) | Tidelands and submerged lands: County of Orange.
Status: 09 : Chaptered by Secretary of State. Chapter 332, Statutes of 2017.
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Promoting environmental farming practices including the increased use of compost and biochar. State funding of $50 million.
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CASB00509
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Nguyen (S) | Crimes: invasion of privacy: wiretapping.
Status: 02 : Returned to Secretary of Senate pursuant to Joint Rule 56.
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This bill would authorize the labeling of commercial agricultural mulch film, as defined, sold in the state as "soil biodegradable" if it meets a specified standard for biodegradability of plastics adopted by ASTM International and that standard is also adopted by the Director of Resources Recycling and Recovery.
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CASB01463
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Moorlach (S) | California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006: scoping plan: Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.
Status: 04 : April 18 set for first hearing. Failed passage in committee. (Ayes 2. Noes 5.) Reconsideration granted.
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This bill would make a nonsubstantive change to these provisions from emission to emissions
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CASB01469
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Skinner (S) | Land use: accessory dwelling units.
Status: 05 : Set for hearing May 22.
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This bill would make nonsubstantive changes in these provisions in minor word-smithing i.e., stormwater replaces "storm water".
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NVAB00016
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By Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining | Revises provisions relating to cooperative extension programs. (BDR49-440)
Status: Jun 06, 2017 : No further action taken.
All Versions: Introduced
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NVAB00032
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By Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining | Revises provisions governing pest control. (BDR49-176)
Status: May 23, 2017 : Approved by the Governor. Chapter 80.
All Versions: Introduced
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Exempts home gardener from pesticide registration regulations.
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NVAB00032
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By Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining | Revises provisions governing pest control. (BDR49-176)
Status: May 23, 2017 : Approved by the Governor. Chapter 80.
All Versions: Introduced
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Exempts home gardener from pesticide registration regulations.
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NVSB00499
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By Natural Resources | Revises provisions relating to forestry. (BDR47-492)
Status: Jun 01, 2017 : Approved by the Governor. Chapter 266.
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Existing law prohibits certain activities, including the felling of trees, from occurring within 200 feet from a body of water unless a variance is obtained. This bill clarifies that the requirement for obtaining a variance only applies to a logging operation and does not apply to certain activities related to the prevention or reduction of the impact of a wildfire on a building or structure.
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