Name Description
AB1177 Sets in motion the nation's first public banking option, closing a critical financial services gap in many disadvantaged communities.
AB1200 Bans toxic PFAS chemicals in paper food packaging.
AB1346 Mandates the adoption of cost-effective and technologically feasible technology to prohibit engine exhaust from certain new off-road engines.
AB1371 Prohibits online retailers from using single-use packaging, and mandates certain businesses establish at-store recycling and plastic bag reuse programs.
AB1395 Codifies California’s goal to reach carbon neutrality by 2045.
AB1550 Protects bargaining rights by allowing faculty to remain eligible for union representation if their positions are hierarchically reorganized.
AB256 Makes the California Racial Justice Act of 2020 retroactive, allowing previously convicted defendants to challenge racial discrimination.
AB257 Establishes a Fast Food Sector Council to set industry wide standards on wages, working hours, and other working conditions.
AB26 Ensures all law enforcement agencies require officers present during an excessive use-of-force incident to intervene and report the offending officer.
AB292 Limits disruptions to rehabilitative programming in prisons by prioritizing incarcerated persons for similar programs when transferred to a new facility.
AB333 Reduces the list of crimes that can accompany gang enhancements and separates gang allegations from underlying charges at trial.
AB339 Requires city councils and county boards of supervisors of cities of a certain size to expand digital access for public meetings.
AB438 Guarantees permanent school employees and certificated employees the same rights in regard to layoffs.
AB48 Prohibits the use of injurious and life-threatening projectiles or chemical agents by law enforcement agencies when dispersing protests.
AB481 Requires law enforcement agencies to receive approval from their governing bodies before acquiring military equipment.
AB503 Minimizes the time youths spend on probation and tailors probation conditions to meet their individual needs.
AB616 Enfranchises farmworkers by giving them more ways to vote in union elections.
AB701 Requires specified employers to provide distribution center employees with written performance quotas and adverse employment action that will result from failure to meet them.
AB838 Requires a city or county that receives a complaint of a substandard building or a lead hazard violation to inspect the building and document the violations.
AB84 Extends supplemental paid sick leave for certain essential workers.
AB889 Mandates written notice of intended closure of a grocery establishment, provision of safety net programs and local workforce training services information to each employee of the grocery establishment, and city tracking of grocery closures for potential intervention.
AB937 Protects those deemed eligible for prison release from being transferred to immigration detention.
AB990 Prohibits the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation from denying in-person contact visits as a disciplinary measure.
SB2 Prohibits someone convicted of certain felonies from regaining peace officer employment based on a court vacating, withdrawing or expunging the conviction, unless the court finds them innocent of the crime.
SB213 Broadens the range of injuries for which certain hospital workers are presumed entitled to claim Workers Compensation damages to include COVID-19, PTSD, and certain other diseases.
SB357 Repeals “loitering for purpose of prostitution” law, which results in profiling and harassment of sex workers.
SB410 Increases health and safety protections by exempting certain OSHA requirements from cumbersome regulatory review.
SB447 Allows courts to award damages for a deceased person’s non-economic damages of pain, suffering, or disfigurement to the deceased person’s estate.
SB47 Significantly raises the amount of money state oil regulators can spend to clean up old, leaky wells.
SB483 Provides resentencing hearings for anyone currently serving a sentence made up of certain (now eliminated) sentencing enhancements.
SB510 Ensures that anyone who wants a COVID-19 test or vaccine can get one without paying extra out-of-pocket costs.
SB62 Requires an hourly minimum wage for garment workers by banning piece rate pay.
SB710 Requires a District Attorney or Attorney General to recuse themselves from decisions relating to potential criminal conduct by law enforcement if the official has a conflict of interest.
SB73 Stops mandatory minimum sentences for non-violent offenders of drug crimes, and replaces with paths to rehabilitation, probation and treatment.
SB731 Expunges or seals most criminal records for those who have completed their sentences.
SB81 Provides guidelines to judges on the use of sentence enhancements, which have been disproportionately applied to people of color and those suffering from mental illness.
SB91 Temporarily extended California’s state-wide eviction protections to all covered tenants until July 1, 2021.
SB93 Requires certain employers to rehire eligible employees who were laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SB95 Extends supplemental paid sick leave for certain essential workers.