Some new laws effective now, others will wait



By Michael Picarella
Acorn Staff Writer

The state of California passed approximately 900 new laws for 2004, many of which went into effect on Jan. 1. Some aren’t effective until later.
The following is a recap of the new legislation and what the laws mean for you.
Education
SB-892: Requires California schools to maintain clean and operational bathrooms or risk the loss of state maintenance funds.
Environment
AB-28: Raises refundable fees paid by consumers on recyclable ...

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