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2016 Child-Related Bills Pending in the California Legislature*

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless such a position is specifically noted..

CHILD WELFARE

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 423 Cooley CalWORKs: relative caregivers.
AB 885 Lopez Foster Youth.  
AB 1001 Maienschein Child abuse reporting
AB 1067 Gipson Child welfare    
AB 1299 Ridley-Thomas Medi-Cal: specialty mental health services: foster children  
AB-1688 
Rodriguez
Dependent children: out-of-county placement: notice.
   
AB-1702 
Mark Stone
Juveniles: dependent children: reunification services.
   
AB-1737 
McCarty
Child death investigations: review teams.
   
AB-1838 
Ting
Foster care: infant supplement.
   
AB-1849 
Gipson
Foster youth: transition to independent living: health insurance coverage.
   
AB-1879 
McCarty
Foster youth: permanency.
   
AB-1883 
Cooley
Child sexual abuse: prevention pilot program.
   
AB-1911 
Eggman
Dual-status minors.
 
AB-1984 
Linder
Foster youth: enrichment activities.
   
AB-1997 
Mark Stone
Foster care.
   
AB-1998 
Campos
Juveniles: data collection.
   
AB-2005 
Ridley-Thomas
Juveniles.
   
AB-2018 
Ridley-Thomas
Mandated Child Abuse Reporting Employee Training Act of 2016.
   
AB-2083 
Chu
Interagency child death review.
   
AB-2103 
Burke
Juveniles: case file inspection.
   
AB-2187 
Grove
Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act.
   
AB-2231 
Calderon
Care facilities: civil penalties.
   
AB-2359 
Williams
Foster care placement: resource family rights.
   
AB-2441 
Thurmond
Foster care.
   
AB-2552 
Holden
CalWORKs: relative caregivers.
   
AB-2580 
Olsen
Dependency proceedings.
   
AB 2597
Cooley
Resource family approval ; foster care providers
   
AB-2733 
Patterson
Community care facilities.
   
AB-2767 
Lopez
Foster care: child care.
   
AB-2869 
Chavez
Foster care: placement.
   
SB 12 Beall Foster youth.  
SB 253 Monning Dependent children: psychotropic medication
SB 316 Mitchell Caseload caps for minors' counsel in dependency court proceeding
SB-942 
Liu
Dependency proceedings: relative caregivers.
   
SB-1040 
Hill
Adoptions.
   
SB-1056 
Liu
Juveniles: family reunification.
   
SB 1060
Leno
Postadoption contact: siblings of dependent children.
   
SB-1174 
McGuire
Medi-Cal: children: prescribing patterns.
   
SB-1178 
Vidak
Superintendent of Public Instruction: child abuse and neglect: poster.
   
SB-1201 
Mitchell Will reduce unnecessary delays in relative placements for children in foster care and would expand the availability of placements by repealing redundant state criminal history restrictions and streamlining the process by which a prospective caregiver's criminal history is reviewed. 
SB-1220 
McGuire
Foster care: psychotropic medication.
   
SB-1336 
Jackson
Foster care placement.
   
Budget Item   Resolving the Caseload Crisis for Court Appointed Dependency Counsel

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted.

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TRANSITION AGE FOSTER YOUTH

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB-2285 
McCarty State employment: former foster youth.    
AB 2442
Holden Density bonuses; housing for TAFY    
AB-2445 
Dababneh Foster youth: social security insurance    
AB-2656  O'Connell Pupils: diploma alternatives: fee waiver: foster youth.    
SB-906 
Beall Public postsecondary education: priority enrollment systems    
SB-1004 
Hill Transitional youth diversion program    

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted.

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CHILD HEALTH AND SAFETY

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 170 Gatto Newborn screening: genetic diseases: blood samples collected.    
AB 741 Williams Medi-Cal: comprehensive mental health crisis services.  
AB 1018 Cooper Medi-Cal: Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment (EPSDT).    
AB 1299 Ridley-Thomas Medi-Cal: specialty mental health services: foster children.  
AB-2004 
Bloom
Hearing aids: minors.
   
AB-2007 
McCarty
Youth athletics: youth sports organizations: concussions or head injuries.
   
AB-2207 
Wood
Medi-Cal: dental program.
   
AB-2509 
Ting
Operation of bicycles: speed.
   
AB-2606 
Grove
Crimes against children, elders, dependent adults, and persons with disabilities.
   
AB-2638 
Gatto
Public health: vaccinations.
   
SB 12 Beall Foster youth.  
SB 151 Hernandez Tobacco products: minimum legal age    
SB 253 Monning Dependent children: psychotropic medication  
SB 586 Hernandez Children’s services    
SB 763 Leno Juvenile products: flame retardant chemicals    
SB-1072 
Mendoza
Schoolbus safety: child safety alarm system.
   
SB-1095 
Pan
Newborn screening program.
   
SB-1258 
Huff
Pupil health: food allergies: school district policy.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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EDUCATION: K-12

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 58 Rodriguez School safety plans.    
AB 292 Santiago Pupil nutrition: free or reduced-price meals: adequate time to eat.    
AB 713 Weber Elementary education: kindergarten.    
AB 1014 Thurmond Pupils: truancy; would provide grants for schools and school districts to implement plans to resolve chronic attendance problems for students in Kindergarten through 3rd grade.    
AB 1145 Medina Pupils: Early Commitment to College program.    
AB 1379 Nazarian Charter schools: pupils with disabilities.    
AB 1426 Levine Charter schools: classroom-based instruction.    
AB-1593 
Obernolte
Pupil attendance: excused absences: naturalization ceremony.
   
AB-1639 
Maienschein
Pupil health: Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act.
   
AB-1689 
Low
School curriculum: coursework for high school graduation: service learning.
   
AB-1719 
Rodriguez
Pupil instruction: cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
   
AB-1748 
Mayes
Pupil health: opioid antagonist
   
AB-1876 
Lopez
Pupils: diploma alternatives: language options.
   
AB-1992 
Jones
Pupil health: physical examinations.
   
AB-2009 
Lopez
Student support services: Dream Resource Liaisons.
   
AB-2016 
Alejo
Pupil instruction: ethnic studies.
   
AB-2072 
Chang
High school diplomas: State Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Seal.
   
AB-2212 
Harper
Pupils: suspensions and expulsions: electronic acts.
   
AB-2237 
Olsen
Elementary and secondary education: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.
   
AB-2246 
O'Donnell
Pupil suicide prevention policies.
   
AB-2297 
Eduardo Garcia
Pupils: migrant children.
   
AB-2340 
Gallagher
Gun-free school zone.
   
AB-2489 
McCarty
Pupil rights: restorative justice practices.
   
AB-2519 
Calderon
School safety plans.
   
AB-2536 
Chau
Pupil discipline and instruction: sexting.
   
AB-2537 
O'Donnell
Pupils.
   
AB-2547 
Chávez
School districts: school facilities.
   
AB-2548 
Weber
School accountability: statewide accountability system.
   
AB-2609 
Chau
Advertising: educational conferences.
   
AB-2615 
Wood
After school programs.
   
AB-2621 
Gomez
School safety plans.
   
AB-2645 
Mayes
School intervention: parent empowerment.
   
AB-2656 
O'Donnell
Pupils: diploma alternatives: fee waiver: foster youth.
   
AB-2663 
Cooper
After school programs: grant amounts.
   
AB-2680 
Bonilla
Parent, pupil, and family engagement support and services: plans.
   
AB-2799 
Chau
Privacy: personal information: preschool and prekindergarten purposes.
   
AB-2838 
O'Donnell
Public elementary and secondary education.
   
AB-2845 
Williams
School safety plans.
   
SB 118 Liu School-Based Health and Education Partnership Program    
SB 320 Lara Pupil fees    
SB 463 Hancock School climate: Safe and Supportive Schools Train the Trainer Program  
SB-1014 
Liu
Pupil rights: pregnant and parenting pupils.
   
SB-1050 
De León
Elementary and secondary education: achievement gap: teachers: courses of study.
   
SB-1123 
Leyva
Pupil instruction: high school graduation requirements.
   
SB-1146 
Lara
Education programs: Head Start.
   
SB-1156 
Huff
School accountability: Academic Performance Index.
   
SB-1211 
Huff
Educational programs.
   
SB-1296 
Liu
Pupil instruction: financial literacy.
   
SB-1309 
Leyva
Pupil discipline: expulsion hearings.
   
SB-1343 
Wolk
Pupils: transfer of pupil convicted of violent felony or misdemeanor.
   
SB-1411 
Runner
Pupil discipline: suspensions and expulsions: bullying: investigations: notifications.
   
SB-1432 
Huff
School attendance: pupil transfer options: school districts of choice.
   
SB-1434 
Glazer
Charter schools.
   
SB-1435 
Jackson
School curriculum: health education: healthy relationships.
   
SB-1457 
Morrell
Pupil instruction: high school graduation requirements: credit for released time instruction.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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EDUCATION: POSTSECONDARY

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 200 Alejo Student financial aid: Competitive Cal Grant A and B awards.    
AB 801 Bloom Postsecondary education: Success for Homeless Youth in Higher Education Act.    
AB 1366 Lopez Public postsecondary education: Dream Resource Centers.    
AB 1370 Medina Public postsecondary education: student residency.    
AB 1449 Lopez Student financial aid    
AB-1583 
Santiago
Postsecondary education: community colleges.
   
AB-1594 
McCarty
Public postsecondary education: prohibition of smoking and vaping on campuses.
   
AB-1653 
Weber
Postsecondary education: campus climate.
   
AB-1654 
Santiago
Student safety: crime reporting.
   
AB-1721 
Medina Student financial aid: Cal Grant Program.    
AB-1741 
Rodriguez
California Community Colleges Promise Program.
   
AB 1835 Holden California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2009: exemptions.    
AB-1837 
Low
Postsecondary education: Office of Higher Education Performance and Accountability.
   
AB-1850 
Eduardo Garcia
Educational services: federal Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
   
AB-1888 
Low Cal Grants: nondiscrimination.    
AB-1892 
Medina Student financial aid: Cal Grant C awards.    
AB-1914 
Bonilla Public postsecondary education: access codes.    
AB-1916 
Irwin Private postsecondary education: school closure bonds.    
AB-1936 
Chavez Public postsecondary education: residency: dependents of armed forces members.    
AB-1961 
Baker Student financial aid: Ortiz-Pacheco-Poochigian-Vasconcellos Cal Grant Program.    
AB-1985 
Williams Postsecondary education.    
AB-1996 
Gordon Private postsecondary education: exemptions.    
AB-2056 
Eduardo Garcia Cal Grant Program: graduation verification.    
AB-2064 
Travis Allen
Public postsecondary education: tuition and mandatory systemwide fees.
   
AB-2123 
Baker Postsecondary education: student financial aid.    
AB-2132 
Baker
Postsecondary education.
   
AB-2133 
Chu
California State University.
   
AB-2136 
Mayes
Public postsecondary education: exemption from nonresident tuition.
   
AB-2137 
Santiago
Postsecondary education: student transfer process.
   
AB-2156 
Levine
Public postsecondary education: higher education regional workforce coordination.
   
AB-2157 
Baker
Postsecondary education.
   
AB-2164 
O'Donnell
Public postsecondary education: tuition and fees.
   
AB-2166 
Cooper
Public postsecondary education: waiver of mandatory campus-based fees.
   
AB-2212 
Harper
Pupils: suspensions and expulsions: electronic acts.
   
AB-2214 
Harper
Public postsecondary education: faculty royalty income disclosure.
   
AB 2251 Stone Student Loan Borrowers' Bill of Rights    
AB-2364 
Holden
Public postsecondary education: exemption from nonresident tuition.
   
AB-2386 
Cristina Garcia
Postsecondary education.
   
AB-2419 
Jones
Public postsecondary education: The New University of California.
   
AB-2506 
Thurmond Student financial aid: Chafee grants.    
AB-2520 
Rodriguez Student financial aid: task force.    
AB-2581 
Medina Higher education: campus closures: Corinthian Colleges, Inc.    
AB-2646 
Mayes
Postsecondary education.
   
AB-2652 
Eggman
California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2009: applicability.
   
AB-2654 
Bonilla
Postsecondary education: Equity in Higher Education Act.
   
AB-2664 
Irwin Cal Grant Program.    
AB-2681 
O'Donnell
Education: California College Promise Grant Program
   
AB-2732 
Chang
Public postsecondary education: mandatory orientation for students.
   
AB-2758 
Gipson
Public postsecondary education: exemption from nonresident tuition.
   
AB-2766 
Lopez Student Aid Commission.    
AB-2786 
Chávez
Public postsecondary education: Donahoe Higher Education Act: 4-year baccalaureate degree.
   
AB-2787 
Chavez Student financial aid: Middle Class Scholarship Program: private nonprofit postsecondary educational institutions    
AB-2822 
Chiu Student financial aid.    
AB-2850 
O'Donnell
Postsecondary education.
   
SB 15 Block Postsecondary education: financial aid: Graduation Incentive Grant program.    
SB-893 
Nguyen Postsecondary education: tuition and fees.    
SB-1059 
Monning Postsecondary education: Title 38 awards.    
SB-1192 
Hill Private postsecondary education: California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2009.    
SB-1218 
Nguyen
Postsecondary education: California Postsecondary Education Commission.
   
SB-1314 
Block Cal Grant A Entitlement Program.    
SB-1357 
Block
Community colleges: enrollment fees.
   
SB-1358 
Block Postsecondary education: student financial aid.    
SB-1359 
Block Cal Grant Program.    
SB-1439 
Block
Postsecondary education: sexual harassment prevention.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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SPECIAL NEEDS / SPECIAL EDUCATION

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB-1576 
Eggman
Pupil health: school-based mental health services.
   
AB-1644 
Bonta
School-based early mental health intervention and prevention services.
   
AB-1808 
Wood
Minors: mental health services.
   
AB-2017 
McCarty
College Mental Health Services Program.
   
AB-2091 
Lopez
Special education: individualized education programs: translation services.
   
AB-2279 
Cooley
Mental Health Services Act: county-by-county spending reports.
   
AB-2521 
Cooley
Community colleges: support for students with special needs: funding.
   
AB-2553 
Grove
Mental health advocacy.
   
AB-2554 
Grove
Public social services: SSI/SSP.
   
AB-2659 
Committee on Education
Special education.
   
AB-2870 
Thurmond
Disability access and education.
   
SB-1071 
Allen
Special education funding: preschool-age individuals with exceptional needs.
   
SB-1113 
Beall
Pupil health: mental health services: funding.
   
SB-1117 
Anderson
Public Social Service: special needs trusts.
   
SB-1291 
Beall
Medi-Cal: specialty mental health: children and youth.
   
SB 1466
Mitchell
Mental health benefits: children: medical necessity.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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JUVENILE JUSTICE

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 1014 Thurmond Pupils: truancy.    
AB-1945 
Mark Stone
Juveniles: sealing of records.
   
AB-2000 
Campos
Wards: termination of juvenile court jurisdiction.
   
AB-2306 
Frazier
High school graduation requirements: pupils transferring from juvenile court schools.
   
AB-2390 
Brown
Juveniles: honorable discharge: release from penalties.
   
AB-2695 
Obernolte
Juvenile proceedings: competency.
   
AB-2723 
Chavez
Juveniles: wards.
   
AB-2813 
Bloom
Juvenile offenders: dual-status minors.
   
SB 124 Leno Juveniles: solitary confinement    
SB 524 Lara Alternative treatment facilities for youth    
SB-941 
Mitchell
Juveniles.
   
SB-1031 
Hancock
Juvenile justice information system.
   
SB-1052 
Lara
Juveniles.
   
SB-1070 
Hancock
Youth offender parole hearings.
   
SB-1143 
Leno Juveniles.    

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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CHILD NUTRITION

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 292 Santiago Pupil nutrition: free or reduced-price meals: adequate time to eat.    
AB 608 Gordon CalFresh: school meals.    
AB 2054
Thurmond
Nutrition assistance: Summer Electronic Benefits Transfer for Children
   
AB-2057 
Mark Stone
CalFresh: application information.
   
SB-904 
Hertzberg
Public social services: CalFresh.
   
SB-1169 
McGuire
Pupil nutrition: competitive food service and standards.
   
SB-1232 
Leno
CalFresh: eligibility determinations.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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CHILD CARE / CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 1467 Bloom Care facilities: civil penalties.    
AB-1679 
Weber
Child care: state preschool programs: eligibility: military families.
   
AB-1897 
Mullin
Day care centers: birth to first grade license option.
   
AB-2036 
Lopez
Online child care job posting services: consumer education: background check service providers: consumer education.
   
AB 2150
Santiago
Subsidized child care and development services: eligibility periods.
   
AB-2660 
McCarty
Early education: three-year plan.
   
AB-2676 
Chavez
Income taxes: credit: dependent care.
   
AB-2677 
Chavez
Subsidized child care: limit on services.
   
SB 670 Jackson Child care    
SB-1042 
Hancock
Child care: state preschool programs: age of eligibility.
   
SB-1154 
Liu
Child care and development services: resource and referral programs.
   
SB-1384 
Liu
Child care and development services: children of migrant agricultural worker families.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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CHILD POVERTY

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 423 Cooley CalWORKs: relative caregivers.  
AB 492 Gonzalez CalWORKs: eligibility.    
AB 702 Maienschein CalWORKs: temporary shelter assistance.    
AB 743 Eggman CalWORKs: eligibility: work activities.    
AB-1742 
Mark Stone
CalWORKs: eligibility.
   
AB-1790 
Weber
CalWORKs: welfare-to-work.
   
AB-1809 
Lopez
CalWORKs eligibility: asset limits.
   
AB-1994 
Lopez
CalED Program.
   
AB-2058 
Mayes
CalWORKs Educational Opportunity and Attainment Program.
   
AB-2062 
Lopez
CalWORKs: income reporting: benefit redetermination.
   
AB-2151 
Chu
CalWORKs: special diet or food preparation needs allowance.
   
AB-2448 
Burke
CalWORKs: welfare-to-work: education.
   
AB-2608 
Chu
CalWORKs: county plans.
   
AB-2631 
Santiago
CalWORKs: housing assistance.
   
AB-2877 
Committee on Human Services
CalWORKs: rehabilitation services.
   
SB 23 Mitchell CalWORKs: eligibility  
SB-910 
Berryhill
CalWORKs.
   
SB-1373 
Stone
CalWORKs: welfare-to-work: supportive services.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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COMMERCIALLY SEXUALLY EXPLOITED CHILDREN / HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 1051 Maienschein Human trafficking.    
AB-1675 
Mark Stone
Juveniles: prostitution.
   
AB-1730 
Atkins
Human trafficking: minors.
   
AB-1731 
Atkins
Human trafficking: Statewide Interagency Human Trafficking Task Force.
   
AB-1760 
Santiago
Human trafficking.
   
AB-1761 
Weber
Human trafficking: victims: affirmative defense.
   
AB-1762 
Campos
Human trafficking: victims: vacating convictions.
   
AB-2199 
Campos
Sexual offenses against minors: persons in a position of authority.
   
AB-2202 
Baker
Human trafficking: vertical prosecution program.
   
AB-2327 
Cooley
Contacting or communicating with a minor.
   
AB-2498 
Bonta
Victim confidentiality: human trafficking.
   
AB-2513 
Williams
Human trafficking: aggravating factors.
   
AB-2740 
Lackey
Human trafficking.
   
SB-823 
Block
Criminal procedure: human trafficking.
   
SB-884 
Beall
Pupil services: mental health services.
   
SB-1064 
Hancock
Sexually exploited minors.
   
SB-1322 
Mitchell
Commercial sex acts: minors.
   
SB 1334
Stone
Crime reporting: health practitioners: human trafficking.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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HOMELESS YOUTH

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB 702 Maienschein CalWORKs: temporary shelter assistance.    
AB 801 Bloom Postsecondary education: Success for Homeless Youth in Higher Education Act.    
AB-1567 
Campos
After school programs: enrollment: fees.
   
AB-1572 
Campos
School transportation.
   
AB-1699 
Kim
Homeless youth emergency service projects.
   
AB-1995 
Williams
Community colleges: homeless students: access to shower facilities.
   
AB 2256
Maienschein
Homelessness; report
   
SB 882
Hertzberg
Crimes: public transportation: minors.
   
SB-1068 
Leyva
Homeless children and youth: local educational agency liaisons: training materials.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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FAMILY LAW

Bill
Author
Topic
Sponsor / Support
Materials / Notes
AB-2098 
Maienschein
Child custody: preferences of child.
   
AB-2128 
Achadjian
Child custody: ex parte orders.
   
AB-2872 
Patterson
Children    
AB-2882 
Committee on Judiciary
Judiciary omnibus: family law.
   
SB-917 
Jackson
Family law: court orders.
   
SB-1370 
Runner
Family law: adoption.
   

*This is not an exhaustive list of all pending bills that would impact children and youth. To view all pending bills, please visit the California Legislature's website. A bill's inclusion on this list does not indicate that the Children's Advocacy Institute has taken a position on the measure, unless specifically noted..

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