Today’s legislative calendar
8 a.m. Assembly Judiciary
Bills to be heard: SB15 Requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to cancel the driver’s license of a person convicted of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance under certain circumstances, SB42 the testing of drivers of vehicles that cause fatal vehicle accidents or collisions for the presence of alcohol, SB91 provisions governing driving under the influence.
8 a.m. Senate Finance/Assembly Ways and Means Joint Meeting
Closing budgets of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.
8 a.m. Senate Judiciary
Bills to be heard: AB226 Revises various provisions governing landlords and tenants, AB244 the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act, AB273 provisions governing deficiencies existing after foreclosure sales and sales in lieu of foreclosure sales, AB284 provisions relating to real property.
8:30 a.m. Assembly Government Affairs
Bills to be heard: SB73 Makes various changes concerning state financial administration, SB74 the designation of certain state funds and accounts, SB81 various changes relating to state financial administration, SB286 provisions governing the Merit Award Program.
1:30 p.m. Assembly Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Mining
Bills to be heard: SB223 Revises provisions relating to cruelty to animals, SB226 the Board of Wildlife Commissioners to adopt certain regulations governing the trapping of fur-bearing mammals in certain counties.
3:15 p.m. Assembly Transportation
Bills to be heard: SB238 Revises provisions concerning the Advisory Board on Automotive Affairs, SB248 provisions governing traffic laws relating to overtaking and passing bicycles and electric bicycles, SB321 provisions governing taxicabs, SB323 provisions relating to motor vehicle liability insurance and registration.
3:30 p.m. Senate Health and Human Services
Bills to be heard: AB533 Provides certain financial protections for residents of group homes and similar facilities , AB535 provisions governing the referral of persons to residential facilities for groups.
3:30 p.m. Senate Legislative Operations and Elections
Bills to be heard: AB81 Revises various provisions relating to elections, AB82 various changes relating to elections, AB452 provisions relating to governmental administration, AB473 provisions governing elections.
3:30 p.m. Senate Transportation
Bills to be heard: AB53 Revises provisions governing informational signage and other programs to provide information concerning commercial attractions and services along highways, AB232 provisions governing the payment of certain fees for permits to operate certain oversized and overweight vehicles on the highways of this State, AB374 provisions governing the purchase of certain mobile equipment by the Department of Transportation.ꧠ