AB 1360: Establishes basic food safety standards for grocery delivery services, consistent with safety requirements imposed on brick and mortar grocery stores.
AB 1840: Intends to fix how California's CRV beverage containers are recycled; bill language coming shortly.
AB 2077: Removes January 2021 termination of existing law authorizing a physician or pharmacist to, without a prescription or permit, to furnish hypodermic needles and syringes to a person 18 years of age or older.
AB 2198: Requires the State Controller’s office come up with ways to streamline the existing unclaimed property claims process & report those findings to the Legislature.
AB 2413: Streamlines the process for CalFresh applicants.
AB 2456: Requires the state to create a model ordinance that cities and counties can use to license cannabis retailers.
AB 2553: Expands the emergency shelter pilot program statewide and extends the sunset date to January 1, 2026. Communities would be able to build shelter housing for the homeless faster by allowing local jurisdictions to suspend certain ordinances, laws and/or regulations to expedite the process.
AB 2633: Helps foster youth and children of undocumented parents open bank accounts.
AB 2674: Keeps bike and pedestrian access to bridges free by extending the ban on sidewalk tolls through 2031.
AB 2775: Ensures Californians have timely access to mental health appointments.
AB 2978: Removes barriers to jobs and housing through automatic record clearance for certain, low-level offenses dating as far back as 1973.
AB 3021: Creates a program allowing schools to have energy storage so they can serve as a center during a major power outage
AB 3090: Directs the Bureau of Cannabis Control to develop a plan to allow cannabis companies to pay their taxes in cryptocurrency.
AB 3182: Prohibits Homeowners Associations from banning rentals of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), such in-law units, backyard cottages, granny flats, etc.
AJR 165: Designate Route 35 in Daly City as the Alice Pena Bulos Memorial Highway; named after beloved member/activist of Daly City's community.
(Additional bills have been introduced and will be added as soon as the language of each bill is finalized.)