Skip to comments.18 new California laws you should know going into 2018
Posted on 12/31/2017 12:10:00 PM PST by Texas Fossil
As 2017 draws to a close, we're looking forward to 2018 and all the new laws that take effect Jan. 1
Vehicle registration fee increase
Marijuana use in vehicles
Minimum wage increase
Bars and ride-sharing
Sanctuary state of California
Gender identity on drivers licenses
Guns banned at schools
Buses and seat belts
High school exit exam
Baby changing tables in bathrooms
Rescue animal sales
Job salary history
Car window tinting
Crossing the street
(Excerpt) Read more at kcra.com ...
I'm so thankful that I don't live in the ComDem Looney Land called California.
Will Californians even notice the difference ,LOL
Bet there are long lines of Californians at the Cabelas, just inside the Nevada border here in Reno. Wonder if California’s entry checkpoints are going to start checking for ammo at midnight?
” Every voter will receive a mail-in ballot, which they can then take to a drop-off location up to four weeks before Election Day.”
This just in, another 10,000,000 ballots for Hitlery Rottn Clinton!
Nice to see legalization of marijuana, but not happy about the new car reg fees.
Talking in or out of turn
Looking people in the eye
Personal Co2 quotas
Those taxes and fees are needed to feed, house and take care of the illegals.
” Every voter will receive a mail-in ballot, which they can then take to a drop-off location up to four weeks before Election Day.
Stub-Hub for California ballots - now there’s a growth industry for some enterprising individual.
So glad we bailed out of la-la land 20 years ago, it’s only gotten worse. Don’t even like visiting there nowadays.
I am completely lost about the legalization of recreational cannabis. So do I still need to pay a doc for a prescription to get non-intoxicating forms? I was hoping not to have to. And until the dispensaries get their certificates they arent even opening. They will be violating state laws even as the city (Los Angeles here but others too) has freed their operation within its borders.
Omg that is a ghastly thought. Buying peoples ballots. Good Lrd, how did this come into law?? This place is a total joke.
Some neighborhoods’ ballots will be promptly counted while others will languish in storage until after election day just like the military encounters.
“Uniformed and overseas absentee ballots can be rejected for any number of reasons, but the most common reason, according to a July 2013 EAC survey, is that ballots were sent back late and missed deadlines to be counted.”
Nevada pet stores should do well.
Also retirement community ballots (or those “received” by invalids) filled out in bulk by corporate “caregivers”.
Horrible. At one point I had two parents with Alzheimers and I did the right thing, not letting either of them vote. Cheating is wrong.
If “medicinal” marijuana can be legally abused for recreational purposes, what other fun drugs are soon to be made available to users? Xanex? Qualudes? LSD-25?
Neighborhood voting LOL..Gender Identity on driver’s license..Ok cool so if I feel like a cat that day I can identify myself as a ^..^ Ronald Reagan is rolling over in his grave seeing what happened to the state he loved so much
More excuses from Caliphony to nag us about the so-called “populist” vote.
Also wonder what checks and balances there will be to see that every mail ballot recipient is a legal citizen eligible to vote.
Staff inventory at the California Attorney General’s Office.
Press Release 05-May-2017
Xavier Becerra, California Attorney General
Sean McCluskie, Chief Deputy Attorney General
Amanda Renteria, Chief of the Division of Operations
Laura Stuber, Senior Special Assistant Attorney General
Eleanor Blume, Special Assistant Attorney General
Jonathan Jon Blazer, Special Assistant Attorney General
Melanie Fontes Rainer, Special Assistant Attorney General
Kelli Evans, Special Assistant Attorney General
David Zonana, Special Assistant Attorney General
Alejandro Pérez, Special Assistant to the Attorney General, Office of Federal Affairs
Sirat Attapit, Director, Office of Legislative Affairs
Bethany Lesser, Communications Director
Chris Moyer, Deputy Communications Director
Patricia Moscoso, Executive Speechwriter
Liz Saldivar, Director of External Affairs
Where did these people work BEFORE their current gig in Sacramento?
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